Charles Wesner

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Dr. Charles Wesner is slated to be this year’s recipient of  the Oklahoma Chapter of Americans United’s annual “Constitutional Heritage Award.”


The award is being presented to Wesner for his leadership and service in the Bill of Rights Plaque project.  That project placed large bronze plaques of the Bill of Rights in Norman’s two public high schools.


Wesner spearheaded the project and sculpted the artwork that brought the statue of liberty and the text into relief on the plaques. 


The Constitutional Heritage Award has been presented for the past ten years to Oklahomans who have demonstrated courage, conviction, and  ingenuity in preserving the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.


Past recipients of the award include Linda Terrell of Norman, Jim Green and Sharon Nichols of Stigler, and Mike Fuller of Chickasha.


The award will be presented at the chapter’s annual meeting on September 22 at the United Ministry Center (1017 Elm Ave. in Norman).  The meeting will begin at 10:00 AM.  Members of the community are invited to attend.


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