By Tim Willert Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgAs current and former students watched Tuesday, Positive Tomorrows celebrated the future of Oklahoma City's only school for homeless kids. The school was scheduled to break ground on a new 36,000-square-foot facility, but a downpour moved the ceremony inside, along with shovels and hard hats. "We worried that it was going to be really hot today," President Susan Agel joked. About 75 people packed a room near the site of the new facility, including donors who helped the school reach its $10.2 million fundraising goal. "You're pretty darned good for braving this rain, and we appreciate everybody that has donated," said Judy Love, a business leader and philanthropist who co-chaired the school's...
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School for homeless in Oklahoma City breaks ground on new site