The Oklahoma Standard

May 30, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

On April 18-19, I volunteered to highlight the volunteer activities of Miss Oklahoma and Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen participants during their #MissAmericaServes project with the American Red Cross. On day one, they packed care packages for the attendees of the 20th anniversary ceremony of the Oklahoma City bombing and listened to first-hand accounts from survivors and responders. On day two, the queens handed out the care packages to the memorial ceremony attendees. By taking a little time out of my weekend, I learned a true meaning of the term "Oklahoma Standard" and gained a deeper appreciation for what these young ladies stand for as representatives of the Miss America Organization. Click on the images to view the individual galleries.

 

A Portion of the Care PackagesAlex showing off some of the care packages that were prepared for the attendees of the 20th Anniversary ceremony of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Day One - April 18th

Volunteering as OneMiss Oklahoma queens handing out care packages to the memorial ceremony guests.

Day Two - April 19th


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