, Muskogee, OK

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August 28, 2013

Work starts on OSB Walk of Honor

Staff photo by Cathy Spaulding

Workers with A-Plus Concrete prepare the frame Tuesday for the Oklahoma School for the Blind Alumni Walk of Honor. The school’s panther sculpture will be part of the walk, which will honor OSB superintendents and will feature two flag poles as well. Completion is scheduled for September 2014. People may buy bricks to honor a loved one associated with OSB, said Jeanne Meyer, an OSB volunteer. She said bricks are $40 each, $70 for two or $100 for three. For details, call Meyer at (918) 781-8200.

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