Outdoor Games? Oklahoma’s Got Them!
Oklahoma Good Sam chapters are not only about fun and games, they also give back to their community. Most chapters support a chosen charity throughout the year. Sim-R-On Sams (Drumright, OK) organized a drive to collect aluminum pull-tabs to be contributed to the Ronald McDonald House in Oklahoma City . . . .
Grace Shiles, of Kickapoo Sams, hand makes “Cool Collars,” which are worn by the troops to keep their body temperatures from rising too high. Oklahoma Good Sams contributed $657.64 to cover materials and shipping costs to keep Grace’s project moving forward.
Jim McGavock, of Boomer Sams, was nominated by John and Rose Miller to receive the Good Sams “Spirit Award,” for his role as a “Good Samaritan” by helping others in need.
As the Spring Samboree came to a close, the Red Red Wine Band entertained the crowd and provided wonderful music for the dance.