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TU Basketball Helps Children Shop for School Clothes with Operation School Bell

Pat Swilling, Jr. helps a young student fit clothes at Operation School Bell.
Pat Swilling, Jr. helps a young student fit clothes at Operation School Bell.
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Jan. 11, 2013

TULSA, Okla. - The TU men's basketball team spent time Thursday and Friday at the Operation School Bell with the Assistance League of Tulsa helping young children shop for new school clothes.

The Hurricane players assisted the volunteers and children aged pre-K through fifth grade - on Friday, from Clark Elementary - in choosing and fitting an assortment of new clothes and shoes, as well as school books for the upcoming school term. Half of the team participated Thursday, while the other half participated on Friday.

James Woodard high-fives a young student while shopping for clothes at Operation School Bell.


Rashad Smith helps a young student pick out books at Operation School Bell.


Pat Swilling, Jr. poses with a student he is shopping with at Operation School Bell.


James Woodard and an Assistance League Volunteer help fit a young student for clothes at Operation School Bell.


Rashad Smith, a young student and an Assistance League volunteer poses while shopping for school clothes at Operation School Bell.