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The Boren Mentoring Initiative honored mentors in Oklahoma City at the State Capitol building with a reception, lunch, and other activities. Once again, the ERPSF mentoring program participated in the program. Curtis Jones, Heritage Press, was honored as ERPSF Mentor of the Year.
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The Boren Mentoring Initiative honored 52 mentors in Oklahoma City with a reception, lunch and other activities at the Oklahoma State Capitol. The Initiative works to promote mentoring and provide networking for mentoring organizations.
Representatives from El Reno Public School Foundation’s Students Striving for Success mentoring program included (from left) Toni Grantham, Michelle Ahern, Richard Steanson, Dana Bland Gibson, Rana Porter-Seymour, Suzanne Tully Thompson, and Chris Lambakis.