Fort Cobb, OK – May 13, 2013 – Last week, Caddo Kiowa Technology Center Health Careers chapter of Health Occupations Students of America did their part to help clean up roadsides in the district. Thirteen students and their HOSA Advisor, Bridgit Walker, volunteered to clean up the highway south of Fort Cobb Lake State Park. HOSA members collected almost a dozen bags of litter along the highway.
“I commend the students for working hard to make the district a more beautiful and clean environment for its citizens,” Said Walker.
More information about CKTC is available online at www.caddokiowa.com or by calling 405.643.5511.
Students attending Health Careers in the morning help with highway clean-up: Ciera Miller (Mountain View-Gotebo), Katie Rodriguez (Hydro-Eakly), Darlene Bilyeu (Anadarko), Danielle Loyd (Hinton) and Kirstie McClure (Cyril).
Students attending Health Careers in the afternoon help with highway clean-up: Top row are Amber Findley (Hinton), Ashley Doyal (Anadarko), Megan Miller (Anadarko) and Jazmynn Howell (Riverside). Bottom row are Alivia Resendez (Verden), Nikki Kionute (Gracemont), Alex Dean (Hydro-Eakly) and Ashley Butler (Gracemont).
Posted on Mon, May 13, 2013
by Susan McElhaney