TYPros Hosts Street CReD at Johnson Park
TYPROS LEADERSHIP: TYPros Chair Evan Tipton talks to the participants at this year’s Street CReD while Hornsby of the Tulsa Drillers listens. Lining up for a photo in the background are, from left, TYPros Executive Director Shagah Zakerion, Tulsa City Councilor Jeannie Cue and Executive Director of the South Tulsa Community House Gerri Inman.
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Tulsa’s Young Professionals hosted its fifth Street CReD (Community Re-Development) event May 30 at Fred Johnson Park to celebrate the positive change happening at 61st Street and Peoria Avenue and in the surrounding neighborhood.
Even with the threat of rainy weather, more than 1,000 people attended one of ros largest and arguably most impactful events. With the motto “When no area of Tulsa is neglected, the entire city benefits,” this year’s Street CReD focused on changing perceptions.
The event featured live music, food trucks and numerous other activities.