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Schools benefit from Edmond's Heard on Hurd

Tarvis Easton, with Big O's Pork and Dreams, stirs the charcoal to keep the fire going during Heard on Hurd in downtown Edmond. [PHOTO BY DOUG HOKE, THE OKLAHOMAN]

Tarvis Easton, with Big O's Pork and Dreams, stirs the charcoal to keep the fire going during Heard on Hurd in downtown Edmond. [PHOTO BY DOUG HOKE, THE OKLAHOMAN]

EDMOND — Olivia Kay provided the opening entertainment for April's Heard on Hurd street festival in downtown Edmond.

Citizens Bank of Edmond celebrated its 116th birthday as part of the celebration, which draws crowds of people to hear live music, shop and eat food from local restaurants and food trucks. This month nearly 60 vendors attended the festival.

Fifteen percent of alcohol purchased at the event, as well as official Heard on Hurd merchandise purchased at Tack Designs, will be donated to the Edmond Public Schools Foundation. Last year, attendees raised $9,000 to benefit local schools.

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Diana Baldwin

Diana Baldwin has been an Oklahoma journalist since 1976. She covered the Oklahoma City bombing and covered the downfall of Oklahoma City police forensic chemist Joyce Gilchrist misidentifying evidence. She wrote the original stories about the... Read more ›

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