From Broken Arrow Tiger Sports:
Thanks to the more than 100 individuals who participated in "Freezin' for a Reason" and showed their support of BA Special Olympics at the Broken Arrow Golf and Athletic Club Pool on Wednesday. The event raised more than $5,600.
Our entire program has participated in this great event every year since it has started, and we contributed roughly $500 this year!
From Broken Arrow Public Schools:
We love seeing our student-athletes taking pride in their community! Check out our 8th grade, JV and Varsity Tigettes cheering on survivors at Race for the Cure in September. After the race, they headed to Broken Arrow Neighbors - Assistance with Dignity to donate 3,000+ food items to the food pantry. WAY TO GO, Tigettes! We are so proud of you.
8502 E Greeley Pl
Broken Arrow OK 74014
It is a gated community and one of the gates will be open off of 71st St. GPS navigation doesn't navigate to the gate off of 71st which is the one that will be open. There is a map attached.
Uniform from Race for the Cure
We also need some parents to assist in driving the girls around. Please use the signup genius.
Lunch will be provided.
9am - 1pm
We also need some parents to assist in driving the girls around, provide snacks and water. Please use signup genius when posted.
Those working the Fair, and Seniors attending All-State auditions, are exempt and do not need to fill out an absence form.
Feed My Starving Children is a fun way to spend a couple of hours packing meals for someone that may otherwise go hungry. Below is a link to a video that tells a little bit about the organization and the process of packing the meals.This event is held September 10, 2016 at Northside Christian Church in Broken Arrow from 9:30-noon. Northside is located on Elm Street at 1221 N. Elm Place Broken Arrow 74012
Broken Arrow’s Varsity Tigettes spent two weekends leading a Neighborhood Food Drive to benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors. Captain, Rachel Fulton, worked with Broken Arrow Neighbors to determine specific food items that were needed. She then contacted Tulsack, Inc in an effort to obtain sacks. Tulsack donated 1,000 sacks. Rachel then typed a flyer and she, along with the Varsity Tigettes, attached these flyers to the sacks. On Saturday, October 31st, these sacks were attached to doorknobs in her neighborhood. The flyer gave instructions to neighbors on what items were most needed and explained they should place the sack on the front porch the following Saturday. On Saturday, November 7th, parents drove vehicles around the neighborhood as the Tigettes picked up the sacks. Once all the sacks were picked up, the items in the sacks were pre-sorted by type of food item. Approximately 300 homes participated, raising over 4,000 items for Broken Arrow Neighbors.