Want testimony to the power one person holds in making a difference? A retired teacher emailed us in confidence on Tuesday about third-grader Bryce Edwards. Bryce, as many in Cleveland know, has leukemia. The email said he was heading back to St. Jude this week. “I really don’t know what you can do, but the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Cleveland Brigade: All For One. One For All.
Connect with us on Facebook by clicking here! We appreciate your donation and support of The Mayberry Foundation. It’s generosity like yours that will help to improve and protect our beloved Cleveland, Oklahoma. Your kindness is met with our utmost gratitude. We promise to use your hard-earned money and blessings in ways that will have […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Thank you!
Is your street gathering for Neighborhood Night Out? Want a quick, cheap solution to feeding the masses? Below is a hot dog innovation that may CHANGE YOUR LIFE. Also, if you haven’t registered your neighborhood for the event, please click here. It’s free to register and it’s important we know your whereabouts so we […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Neighborhood Party Recipe: Hot Dogs For A Crowd
“Why doesn’t somebody do something about it?” How many times have you heard or said that in your life? At the Mayberry Foundation, our passions and dreams lie with reaching goals to make our community more sustainable — protecting it, maintaining its positives and building for its future. When volunteering with The Mayberry Foundation, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on encouragement
With the click of a button, you can gift whatever amount you wish to help fuel projects that are key to protecting our town and the spirit it was founded upon. Some ideas take little money, just manpower. Other ideas take funds to power them. We are just getting started, but we have big plans […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Ways you can give to The Mayberry Foundation of Cleveland
A transplant to Cleveland, Oklahoma in 1995, Brian Carr considers Oklahoma’s Flag City his hometown. Brian’s connection to the Jordan Valley goes back many years. He is the grandson of Bob Henderson, who is a retired educator in Cleveland, a former city councilman and the owner of Okie Bob’s Big Red BBQ Sauce, which is […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Brian Carr, Board of Directors
—————————————————————————————————– com·mu·ni·ty /kəˈmyo͞onitē/ 1. A unified body of individuals; 2. Joint ownership or participation; 3. A group linked by a common policy; 4. A body of persons having a common history; 5. A group linked by a common policy. —————————————————————————————————– If The Mayberry Foundation and its army of volunteers are to be successful in preserving […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Join the conversation
The Mayberry Foundation is a dream-brought-to-life. Cleveland native Brandi Ball founded the organization in 2013 after a few years of wondering and wishing and planning. Brandi is a writer/producer for KOTV-Channel 6 in Tulsa and, in her time away from the station, freelances for the Cleveland American. She is a member of Preservation Oklahoma, which is […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Brandi Ball, Founding President
For many decades, Cleveland citizens have been pitching in and lending helping hands. But we’d like to take it to the next level: By creating an active pool of volunteers, we can mobilize and organize folks to maximize the potential. Why give or volunteer within your community? To make your present community richer and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Volunteer with us