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The Town of Corn is working to build a walking trail and community park, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University student Hafith Uresi (back row middle) recently received a $500 scholarship to help promote the project.  Making the presentation were (left) Corn Treasurer Chris Loewen and Mayor Barbara Nurnberg. Accepting for SWOSU are Instructor Dr. Siriporn Peters and College of Arts & Sciences Dean Dr. Peter Grant.

The Town of Corn is working to build a walking trail and community park, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University student Hafith Uresi (back row middle) recently received a $500 scholarship to help promote the project. Making the presentation were (left) Corn Treasurer Chris Loewen and Mayor Barbara Nurnberg. Accepting for SWOSU are Instructor Dr. Siriporn Peters and College of Arts & Sciences Dean Dr. Peter Grant.

Town of Corn and SWOSU Collaborate on Project

A Southwestern Oklahoma State University student in Weatherford is working with the small community of Corn to help promote Corn Patch, a project to draw interest in building a walking trail and community park.

SWOSU graphic design student Hafith Uresi received a $500 scholarship from the Town of Corn. He will work with Mayor Barbara Nurnberg and Treasurer Chris Loewen and under the direction of SWOSU Assistant Professor Dr. Siriporn Peters, instructor of Advanced Graphic Design I at the university.

Hafith created a 45 second video to promote the Corn Patch project and call for action such as donations and volunteering to help Corn build the walking trail and community park. Hafith’s video will be displayed on www.townofcornok.com.