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BTW Hall Of Fame Hosts Gala and Brick Paver Fundraisers 

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Booker T. Washington High School Distinguished Hall of Fame Foundation is announcing the gala and its sponsorship of a fundraiser for the foundation. The support for these projects provides college scholarships for BTW students and honors graduates of the school. 

Gala 

The BTWDHOF board of directors has scheduled its annual induction ceremony for April 4 with a reception at 6 p.m. and the program at the Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N. Greenwood Ave. The program will honor former students who have excelled in their profession, public service, and/or community relations since graduating from high school.  

This year’s Hall of Fame honorees are Libby Billings (Business and Professional), Barbara Coleman (Education), Captola Dunn (Lifetime Achievement), Wendell Franklin (Humanitarian and Service), Tyler D. Lockett (Sports), Dr. Anthony Marshall (Education), Ed McQuarters (Sports), Paulette Parker (AKA “Maxayn Lewis”) (Arts and Entertainment), Rev. M. C. Potter (Lifetime Achievement), and St. Rep. John Waldron (Education). 

To purchase tickets, see paypay.me/tulsabtwhof or send your check or money order to the foundation at its mailing address: P. O. Box 52762, Tulsa, OK 74152. The deadline is March 15, 2024. 

Brick Paver Fundraiser 

The foundation has announced that current and former students and friends of BTW have a permanent place to promote their love for the high school. The walkway in front of the historic entrance to the school campus will be laid with personalized bricks. Each brick will cost $100 per brick. The foundation will be collecting completed forms until Nov. 10. 

Completed forms can be sent electronically to tulsa.btw.hof@gmail.com or to the foundation’s mailing address: BTW Distinguished Hall of Fame, P. O. Box 56762, Tulsa, OK 74152. 

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The Booker T. Washington High School Distinguished Hall of Fame Foundation was created in 1996 by Otis Autry, science teacher, and later became a 501c3 by Dr. La Verne Ford Wimberly. The foundation’s mission is to honor successful seniors, alumni, faculty, and administration. 

For more information about the gala or the Brick Paver Fundraiser, contact tulsa.btw.hof@gmail or visit www.btwhalloffame.org 

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