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Royal Ivey visits Wilson Elementary to hand out Sonic donations

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First of all, Sonic announces they’re giving you $4,000 for special projects. Then you find out Royal Ivey’s showing up with the checks. I’m pretty sure Friday was a great day at Wilson Elementary in Oklahoma City. Sonic funded seven classroom projects through its Limeades for Learning Program. The projects were posted through Here are the winners:

- Candice Pride: Power Play the Old Way to a Healthier Lifestyle ($573.08)

- Susan Bumgarner: Let’s Find Out About Everything! ($399.56)

- Cindy Riedl: Kindle a Fire for 21st Century Learning! ($601.40)

- Elizabeth Ejtehadi: Math Manipulatives Create Math Masters! ($468.45)

- Linda Baker: Kindle a Fire for 21st Century Math Students!! ($1,161.61)

- Gregory Eskridge: Teaching with Technology ($469.60)

- Deborah Brashier: Picture Our Possibilities ($287.48)

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Carrie Coppernoll

Carrie Coppernoll is a columnist and reporter. She was named the top personal columnist in Oklahoma in 2009 and 2010 by the Associated Press and Association of Newspaper Editors. She was also named the 2008 Journalist of the Year by the Oklahoma... Read more ›