The Sparrow Project to benefit from home tour in Oklahoma City

By Richard MizeReal Estate editor rmize@oklahoman.comThere is life after high school for some intellectually disabled adults in Moore and south Oklahoma City, thanks to The Sparrow Project.There is life after high school for some intellectually disabled adults in Moore and south Oklahoma City, thanks to The Sparrow Project.
The Sparrow Show Home fundraiser June 8-23 will make it easy for people to support the nonprofit while touring "the most incredible and new and upcoming trends in home furnishings," founder Allison Richey said.
The new home, just finished by Craig Smith Building, is at 12901 Endor Court in the upscale Rivendell neighborhood.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Richard Mize
Real Estate editor rmize@oklahoman.com
There is life after high school for some intellectually disabled adults in Moore and south Oklahoma City, thanks to The Sparrow Project.

There is life after high school for some intellectually disabled adults in Moore and south Oklahoma City, thanks to The Sparrow Project.

The Sparrow Show Home fundraiser June 8-23 will make it easy for people to support the nonprofit while touring "the most incredible and new and upcoming trends in home furnishings," founder Allison Richey said.

The new home, just finished by Craig Smith Building, is at 12901 Endor Court in the upscale Rivendell neighborhood.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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