Mallets and Moonlight
Mallets and Moonlight: a Polo Event and Celebration benefited the Center For Individuals with Physical Challenges.
The Center volunteer Emeka Nnaka, center, and friends have fun on the dance floor.
John New and Emily Steward
Bridle Creek Horse Ranch and Resort in Sperry was the site for the June 15 Mallets and Moonlight: a Polo Event and Celebration, benefiting the Center For Individuals with Physical Challenges.
A polo match, dancing and live music by Banana Seat, a seated dinner by Boston Avenue Grill and Catering, and a complimentary bar with Champagne were event highlights, all planned by Rumbledrum.
Floral arrangements were provided by the Fleuriste. The event was attended by 3,000 guests.
The Center has been a Tulsa mainstay for the past 62 years, specifically reaching adults with disabilities through fitness, recreation and social opportunities.
It opened its state-of-the-art fitness facility addition in 2018 and has since added programs for children and youth with disabilities.
James Ashford, Greg Summers, Dr. Jeff Ross, Dr. Lynsey Bigheart and Jacqui Ashford
Moody’s Jewlery guests Scott and Tami Boyd, and Moody’s Jewelry expert Colleen Farris and Brian Farris
Event entertainers Madi Hancock and Alaska Holloway