Red Earth Board Member honored
The Oklahoma Arts Council has announced that Red Earth board member Vickie Norick has been named recipient of a 2014 Governor's Arts Award for Community Service.
Norick will be recognized along with 12 individuals and seven organizations for their contributions to Oklahoma's arts and cultural industry during the 39th annual Governor's Arts Awards at the Oklahoma state Capitol.
Governor Mary Fallin will present the awards Thursday, Dec. 4 at a special 4 pm ceremony on the fourth floor rotunda. A reception on the Capitol's first floor will follow. The event is free and open to the public.
"Recipients of the Governor's Arts Awards truly reflect the spirit of Oklahomans everywhere. They are generous with their time, talents, and resources, and they are devoted to their communities and state, knowing how important the arts are to both,"said Amber Sharples, Executive Director Oklahoma Arts Council. "We look forward to giving back to them by recognizing and celebrating their efforts."
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November 23, 2014
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