The PlayforBurk Foundation presented $11,000 in checks to 3 BPSD elementary schools and 2 BPSD middle schools to allow their Parent Support Groups/PTOs to purchase Christmas gifts for underprivileged children.
The foundation paid to sponsor 5 teenage girls ($450) to attend the How2Lady workshop hosted at Hillcrest Country Club on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4.
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Foundation Sponsors How2Lady Workshop
Twenty four of Bartlesville High School’s incoming seniors participated in the IGNITE Leadership Conference held on July 20-21.
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Students IGNITE at BHS Leadership Conference
The PlayForBurk Foundation recently made a $9,500 donation to two local special needs programs. The money was raised from PlayForBurk’s First Annual Golf Tournament, which was held in April at Adams Golf Course in Bartlesville.
In an event called “BillionGraves Service,” local volunteers with the PlayForBurk Foundation photographed headstones and beautified the grounds at Bartlesville’s White Rose Cemetery on Saturday, April 16th .
The Bartlesville Festival of the Nativity – a multi-faith celebration of the Savior’s birth through nativity displays and music – enters its sixth year with expanded reach and is set to become the largest nativity event in all of Green Country.
A photo taken by Edward Reali (BHS student) shows an emotional moment between BHS head football coach John McKee and player Nate Hansen (brother of the late Burk Hansen). The photo was selected for a state championship award.