Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City

Friends of NW 10th Street Award Girl’s Creativity

Ten-year-old Adriana Arcivar recently got the royal treatment. A limousine picked her up from her Oklahoma City home and she was the guest of honor at Friends of NW 10th Street’s Annual Silent Auction and Fundraiser.

 

Adriana’s poster won first place in a contest hosted by Friends of NW 10th Street. Ana Arcivar, Adriana’s mother and OSU-Oklahoma City student worker, was thrilled for her daughter to have such an exciting experience.

 

“As Adriana was receiving the royal treatment, I was the proudest mom ever,” Ana says. “I was so proud and so happy for her! She was super excited about the limo and, of course, me buying her a new dress for her special day.”

 

Ana says she was surprised Adriana won considering the number of entries.

 

“Adriana has always been a very creative girl,” she says. “Most of the time you will see her with a little notepad everywhere she goes because she is always drawing something or designing dresses. She wants to be a fashion designer when she grows up!”

 

Friends of NW 10th Street is a community-based, human services planning organization aimed at improving the lives of residents and enhancing the area of the NW 10th Street corridor. The organization’s membership includes neighborhood associations, local businesses, social services agencies, non-profits, law enforcement, educational institutions and elected officials.

 

For more information about Friends of NW 10th Street, contact OSU-OKC’s campus liaison Dr. Jay Kinzer, vice president of Student Services, at (405) 945-3204.


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Friends of NW 10th Street Award Girl’s Creativity

Friends of NW 10th Street Award Girl’s Creativity