Links mentioned in News On 6 broadcasts on January 18, 2021.
Honoring Dr. King, Oklahoma Organization Educating People To Advocate For Better Future
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is well-known for advocating for a better America. The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy said it’s following in his footsteps by educating people on how to advocate for better government. You can visit this website to sign up for the OICA Legislative Learning Lab.
Dream Job: Kraft-Heinz Looking For Wienermobile Drivers
It's a dream job for hot dog lovers. Kraft-Heinz is looking for it's next team of drivers to take the Wienermobile across the United States for a year. For more information, click here.
Oklahoma House of Representatives Committee Assignments
The Oklahoma House of Representatives has announced its house committee assignments for the 58th Oklahoma Legislature, set to begin on February first.
The legislature has 30 standing committees and 10 appropriations and budget subcommittees.
To view a full list if assignments, Click Here.
Broken Arrow Virtual State Of The City Luncheon
The Broken Arrow Chamber will be hosting its State of the City Luncheon on Tuesday.
This year, due to the pandemic, the luncheon will be held virtually.
City Manager Michael Spurgeon will talk about the progress the city made last year despite the pandemic.
It will be held over zoom from noon to 1:15 p.m. and will be free for anyone who wants to attend.
For more information, or to register to attend, Click Here.
Natural Light Beer New Art Installation In York's Grand Central Terminal
Natural Light Beer is behind this new art installation in New York's Grand Central Terminal.
It's titled the "Da Vinci of Debt" and the company calls it "the world's most expensive work of art".
2,600 real college diplomas were used to create the piece, giving it a collective value of $470 million.
Natural Light is in the middle of a 10-year program helping people weighed down by college debt.
To find more information on the exhibit, Click Here.
To find more information on Natural Light's college debt relief program, Click Here.
OSU Walk-On Surprised With Offer To Play On Scholarship
An OSU basketball player was brought to tears when he found out he is going to play for the Cowboys on a scholarship.
The OSU Cowboys Basketball account shared a video on Sunday that shows Coach Mike Boynton walking into a Stillwater Walmart where former walk-on Dee Mitchell has been working to pay for school.
With the help of zoom, OSU basketball players were there to let Mitchell know he will join the team three years to the day that he first tried out.
To watch the full heartwarming video, Click Here.