MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA – August 25, 2021
In continuing the wonderful relationship Bacone College has developed with legendary rapper and actor Ice Cube, the performer and Derrick Armstrong of 115 Management Inc. donated 2,000 face masks to the college Wednesday.

President Dr. Ferlin Clark said the entire campus is grateful for the extra opportunity this provides to students, faculty, and staff, to continue protecting themselves and one another from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are incredibly grateful to Ice Cube and Mr. Armstrong. This is a generous gift that comes at a time when this virus is experiencing a resurgence in our area,” Clark said. “We are dedicated to keeping our students safe and healthy, and this will have a lasting impact on our efforts.”

Pictured: President Dr. Ferlin Clark, left, student Jerimontie Hester, Accountant Oliver Thompson, student Za’Riah Griffin, Human Resources Director William Lowe, student Dawson Orso, Head Women’s Basketball Coach Tera Cuny-Baker, and Raul, a delivery driver for 115 Management Inc. pause for a photo with 2,000 face masks donated by Ice Cube and Derrick Armstrong with 115 Management Inc.