Broken Arrow's 'A New Leaf' Holds Fall Fest
BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - A New Leaf held its Fall Fest in Broken Arrow on Thursday.
It's the first big event for the non-profit since vandals targeted it earlier this year.
People could buy fall plants and flowers, all cared for and grown by with individuals with developmental disabilities and autism. A New Leaf says the public was key to help them getting going again.
"The Tulsa community were amazing. They came out. We made so many new friends. They were so great and so generous, from volunteering to donating to whatever they could do to help us get back on our feet. Our clients got to see that people love them and they felt appreciated which is something that is just amazing for them," said Kevin Harper with A New Leaf.