Just feel the school spirit and excitement with this fun video lip dub skit by the teachers and students at Inola Elementary. Children and teachers alike are joining in on the fun of singing and dancing in this wonderful hometown performance.
Named for a Cherokee word meaning “Black Fox,” this Rogers County community was sustained by agriculture, oil, and coal mining until its population boomed in the second half of the 20th century, when it became a bedroom community for Tulsa. Inola styles itself the “Hay Capital of the World” due to the presence of the high-quality Bluestem Prairie hay that surrounds the town.
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