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Archive for — May, 2013

May 20, 2013 Tornado: Resources to Help Oklahoma Families

After experiencing a traumatic event (either first-hand or through overexposure to news coverage), it is normal to encounter a range of emotional, physical, behavioral, cognitive and spiritual reactions. These responses can appear at once or after some time. They may last for a few days, weeks or longer. Normal reactions to an event may feel abnormal, but
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Online Auction Now Open

Place your bids – the Brainiac Ball online auction is now open! The auction is open to individuals attending Brainiac Ball, Family & Children’s Services’ legendary trivia challenge and fundraising event, and to those not attending the soiree. Items in the auction include jewelry, electronics, wine, sports packages and much more. The online auction closes
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Tulsans Ready to Match Wits at 10th Annual Brainiac Ball

Time to get your thinking cap on! The tenth annual Brainiac Ball benefiting Family & Children’s Services is just around the corner.   Brainiac Ball kicks off at 6 p.m. June 1 in the Tulsa Convention Center ballroom. Event co-chairs Jennifer Johnson and Laura Revella invite know-it-alls and party animals alike to attend the “smart
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Family & Children’s Services’ Women in Recovery Program Honors Ninth Graduating Class

Family & Children’s Services and George Kaiser Family Foundation held a graduation ceremony Monday, May 13 at the Oklahoma State Capitol for 21 participants who recently completed Women in Recovery (WIR), a program that provides an alternative to prison. This ceremony marks more than 115 graduates since the first group of graduates in July 2010.
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Tapestry of Faith Party

Join us at Tapestry of Faith, 1330 E. 41st Street, for a night of wine, hors d’oeuvres and shopping. It’s a great time to find that perfect Mother’s Day gift. Plus, 15% of sales from the party and from store sales Thursday through Saturday will go to Family & Children’s Services. The party will be
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Oklahoma’s Pre-K Model Lauded

Oklahoma is a national leader in early childhood education. For the past 15 years, the state has offered universal pre-kindergarten classes to all 4-year-olds. And it puts special attention on helping children living in poverty. Family & Children’s Services is proud to partner with Community Action Project of Tulsa County and George Kaiser Family Foundation
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