TULSA, Oklahoma -- A group of Tulsa students set out on a mission recently to inspire others. The students created "Sticky Inspiration," an outreach that left sticky notes with inspirational quotes in locations around town.
The students left sticky notes on cars, bare walls, grocery store shelves and their local Starbucks – anywhere they thought people might see the notes and find some inspiration.
"The student's vision and desire is that people will be impacted through these notes of inspiration and therefore be inspired to think beyond what they were thinking for that day," said Lindsey Clark of Go International, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping people in creative ways. The students are interns with the humanitarian organization.
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