Oklahoma business briefs for May 25, 2019

OGE Energy Foundation awards scholarships
The OGE Energy Corp. Foundation recently presented 2019 Positive Energy scholarships worth up to $60,000 each to three high school seniors, officials announced this week.
2019 recipients are Trevor Riddle of Roland High School, Abby Staudt of Mount Saint Mary High School in Oklahoma City and Grace Voth of Enid High School.
Foundation officials said 2019 is the first year the foundation has awarded the scholarship, which recipients can use to pay for tuition, books, food and housing.Read more on NewsOK.com

OGE Energy Foundation awards scholarships

The OGE Energy Corp. Foundation recently presented 2019 Positive Energy scholarships worth up to $60,000 each to three high school seniors, officials announced this week.

2019 recipients are Trevor Riddle of Roland High School, Abby Staudt of Mount Saint Mary High School in Oklahoma City and Grace Voth of Enid High School.

Foundation officials said 2019 is the first year the foundation has awarded the scholarship, which recipients can use to pay for tuition, books, food and housing.
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