7News spoke with Roy Rodrick from the Lawton Animal Welfare about this week’s adoptable pet, an adorable and loving Pitbull who was picked up as a stray, a national adoption event called Clear the Shelters August, and safety conditions for pets in the cooler weather.
7News spoke with Virginia Aid, the Community Relations Liaison for Fort Sill, about their Mongolian Lunch, Back to School Bash and Color Run, Back to School Brunch, and their connection with the celebration for Lawton’s 121st birthday this week.
7News spoke with Carmen Glass, the founder of Fraeuleins of Lawton, about the new non-profit organization, how the group was formed, why it’s vital to help the community, and their upcoming first event.
Weekly guest Virginia Aid, the Community Relations Liaison on Fort Sill, spoke with 7News about their upcoming back to school events, an ice cream treat event at the Twin Oaks Bowling Center, and their Newcomer’s Spouse Orientation event this week.
7News spoke with Jason Poudrier, the Arts & Humanities Administrator for the City of Lawton, about the International Festival this year, what it was like missing the event for two years due to Covid-19, and why the events importance.
Progressive Independence, Inc., a center for independent living in Oklahoma, will be visiting Lawton on Wednesday, July 27, to host a Listening Session for residents with disabilities and their family members.
7News spoke with LaRae Taylor, the Executive Director of the Pregnancy Resource Center, about their need for volunteers, the role they play at the center, and when their upcoming training program for volunteers is being held.
7News spoke with Roy Rodrick about Lawton Animal Welfare partnering with Best Friends Animal Society for National Adoption Weekend and what shelters are currently doing to get adoption numbers back up.