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March 3, 2013

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NORMAN — i2E Seeks applicants for Summer Fellows Program

Oklahoma college students are invited to apply for a paid, 10-week fellowship this summer at an entrepreneurial company in the Oklahoma City or Tulsa areas. Applications for the 2013 i2E Fellows program are being accepted through March 15. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible. Fellows will earn $6,000 while working full-time on projects designed specifically for their skill sets at i2E client companies in Oklahoma City or Tulsa, or at i2E’s offices in either city. The Fellowships begin June 3. Contact: Casey Harness, i2E Fellow Program, 405-813-2425 or email charness@i2E.org

Among Friends

food tasting

Among Friends will have a food tasting and silent auction at 7 p.m. on March 21 in the Founder’s Hall at St. Mark, 3939 W. Tecumseh.

Tickets are $25 perperson. Proceeds will benefit Among Friends Activity Center.

 

Norman real estate

Judy J. Hatfield, CCIM of Equity Commercial Realty, LLC was the broker for the lease for 2505 W. Main Street, which includes the 40,108 square foot retail building on 3.15 acres.

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