The Red River Sun/Bev Odom
Former Wellington Opportunity Center, Inc. students Luis Moreno, left, Isabella Rodriguez and Desyre Sanchez stain benches on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The trio is making up for time lost when the WOCI cut its fall session short due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Zephyr Foundation created a program where students such as these participating in college course studies through Clarendon College can be employed at the WOCI and trade work hours for tuition payment. All juniors at WHS, the students also assist WOCI youth with homework and other activities as the spring session began Jan. 11.