, Muskogee, OK

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January 16, 2014

Video to show benefits from grants

Creative director Jessica Aycock and video producer Bill Aycock check their cameras Wednesday before making a video of Muskogee High School’s video department. The video crew from Tulsa’s Slow Fade Media visited MHS to shoot a video about how City of Muskogee Foundation grants have helped area schools. The two shot video Wednesday at Muskogee Public Schools sites and are to shoot videos today at Hilldale Public Schools.

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