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Help the Kids of Lawton, Fort Sill Donate to the Ride for Change Today!
Help the Kids of Lawton, Fort Sill Donate to the Ride for Change Today!
The Ride for Change returned to Lawton, Fort Sill today (05-06-21) thanks to Diamondback Harley Davidson. My twin brother from a different mother and fellow broadcasting blood brother Frank Pain has hit the road on his Harley for his annual 10 market, multi-state road trip. This year The Ride for Change is raising awareness and funds to assist low income families with children who want to participate in school band and music education. We hope to raise enough money to help every kid who wants to be a part of their school's band program the opportunity to do so.
The Ride for Change is Returning to Lawton, Fort Sill!
The Ride for Change is Returning to Lawton, Fort Sill!
The Ride for Change is returning to Lawton, Fort Sill. My twin brother from a different mother and fellow broadcasting blood brother Frank Pain will be hitting the road on his Harley early next month on a 10 market multi-state road trip. This year the Ride for Change will be raising funds to assist low income families with children who want to participate in school band and music education
Chardon High Shooting Updates
Chardon High Shooting Updates
It’s a grim morning for this suburb in Cleveland, Ohio, a high school shooting has made national headlines.  As of right now we are getting several reports, such as four students injured, and one killed. The police have a suspect in custody, but his name is not being released to the public because he is not old enough and is believed to be a student at Chardon High School, where the shooting occur
New High School Allows Students to Earn College Degree and Land Job with IBM
New High School Allows Students to Earn College Degree and Land Job with IBM
The IBM International Foundation and the New York City Public Schools have collaborated to create the new Pathways in Technology Early College High School, which will open in September. Dubbed “P-Tech,” students can earn a standard four-year diploma, or opt to stay for two extra years — after which they’ll graduate with an associate’s degree in computer science from CUNY’s College of Technology (