Links Mentioned On Sept. 11, 2020


Friday, September 11th 2020, 3:31 am
By: News 9


OKLAHOMA CITY -

Global Game Changers

There's a new group working to help make sure students who weren't born learn about 9/11.

The nonprofit Global Game Changers has created an interactive way for kids between the ages of 5 and 10 to virtually experience that day.  Through lessons, service projects and animated videos -- kids are able to experience EMS and NYPD roles.

Click here for more information.

OSU Boone Pickens Dedication

The childhood home of Oklahoma State's T. Boone Pickens is getting a virtual dedication Friday, the first anniversary of his death.

The virtual ceremony starts at 12:32 p.m.

Click here for more information.

Mask Up OKC Giveaway

Oklahoma City leaders are partnering with the County Health Department to host free disposable drive-thru mask giveaway events Friday morning.

Both evens run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and will be held at the Wile Post Park Event Center near Southwest 25th and Shields and the Police and Fire training Center near 36th and MLK.

Each car will receive a box of 50 disposable masks, while supplies last.

Click here for more information.

Positive Tomorrows Cork & Canvas

Positive Tomorrows is inviting everyone to take part in their first ever virtual fundraiser, Cork and Canvas.

The event will be live streamed with silent and live auction items, including art work from Positive Tomorrows students.

Tickers for the live stream and online auction are $25 bu for $50 you can also get a charcuterie box and bottle of wine.

All the money raised will benefit Positive Tomorrows, an elementary school that serves kids struggling with homelessness.

The event will be September 17.

Click here for a link to purchase tickets.

Norman Police Department Announces OU Game Day Parking & Traffic Info

According to NPD, all Interstate 35 interchanges will be open. Motorists are encouraged to utilize suggested routes highlighted in blue and purple on the attached map both prior to and after the game.

Norman police will only provide traffic assistance at all intersections along Lindsey Street from Interstate 35 to Elm Avenue postgame.

Lindsey Street will be one-way for eastbound traffic pregame and for westbound traffic postgame between Berry Road and Elm Avenue to improve traffic flow between the stadium and Interstate 35.

Areas immediately around the university and Campus Corner are barricaded in several locations, preventing or restricting all vehicle traffic. Asp Avenue and Buchanan Avenue from White Street to Boyd Street will be closed to all vehicle traffic prior to and during each home game. Parking adjacent to the stadium is by permit only.

Below is Norman Police Department's Game Day routes for Saturday's game.

OU Gameday Routes Sept. 11, 2020Image Provided By: Norman Police Department