TULSA — An effort to make physical activity more inclusive for Tulsa's disabled community is getting a big help.
On Thursday, the Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) gave the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges $150,000 to put towards the Hardesty Family Adaptive Sports Complex.
The complex will be at 11th and Utica and have a basketball court, adaptive rock climbing wall, therapy pool and an elevated walking track.
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