Office of the District Attorney, District 12 | Community Leaders Step Out to Support Walk to School Day
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Community Leaders Step Out to Support Walk to School Day

11 Oct Community Leaders Step Out to Support Walk to School Day

Rogers County District Attorney Matt Ballard is an accomplished marathon runner

 

but on Wednesday October 11, 2017 he joined other community leaders and students to take a short stroll for a big event.

The Rogers County Volunteers for Youth event celebrated National Walk or Bike to School Day which highlights the benefits of being active as well as bringing awareness to neighborhood safety and community involvement with our students.

          Walk or Bike to School Day Group

Matt was joined by many fellow leaders including:

Bryan Frazier, Claremore Superintendent

Dr. Brent Marsh, RSU Vice President for Student Affairs

Jill Ferenc, Claremore City Planner

Meggie Froman-Knight, Executive Director, Claremore Collective

Andy Hogan (aka Will Rogers)

Stan Brown, Claremore Police Chief

Renetta Harrison, Rogers County Health Department & Safe Routes to School Committee Member

Chrissy Willard, Roosa Principal

Randa Fay, Claremont Principal

Rogers County Court/Therapy Dogs Jerzy Girl & Sugar Bear

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