Officers of the Hennessey FFA chapter participated in the 2020 Oklahoma FFA
Pioneer Telephone Cooperative, Inc. is joining together with nearly 40,000 other cooperative businesses nation-wide in October, to celebrate National Cooperative Month. Cooperatives help build stronger communities and a strong economy. “Coops Commit: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,” is the theme for this year’s celebration, highlighting how co-ops are creating diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces and boards, and how co-ops can better meet the needs of communities that have been excluded from economic participation and advancement.
PreK: Allen Wood, Anastasia Bohnstedt, Rylynn Compton; Kindergarten: Mason Moore, Kelton Lara, Ian Lopez, Kassidy McFeeters; 1st-Grade: Jacee Beaman, Kennes Briley, Anelisse Duron, Draven Tyree; 2nd-Grade: Abril Montes, Tatum Humphries, Kinslee Moeller, Nicole Vargas (Nikky); 3rd-Grade: German Martinez, Jack Curran, Brayden Benedict, Karen Rodriquez; 4th-Grade: Saydee Humphries, Cole Muzny, Garnet Crawford, Wade Walker; 5th-Grade: Kaddo Miller, Andrea Gonzalez, Adam Stackhouse, Alicia Moulton
The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) applauded a federal court decision that ordered the extension of the Census deadline to the original October 31 date.
Pioneer Telephone Cooperative, Inc., announced its commitment to Cybersecurity Awareness Month, held annually in October, by signing up as a Champion and joining a growing global effort to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy. The Cybersecurity Awareness Month Champions Program is a collaborative effort among businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals, committed to this year’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month theme of ‘Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.’ The program aims to empower individuals and organizations to own their role in protecting their part of cyberspace.