Mallets and Moonlight

Lori Long, executive director of the Center; Brendon Maguffee, Tulsa Federal Credit Union representative; and Joey Casey, Chris Sweredoski and Hollywood, recipient of the Best Playing Pony award sponsored by Tulsa Federal Credit Union

The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges presented Mallets and Moonlight: Polo Match and Celebration on June 23 at Mohawk Park. Nearly 400 people attended.

Half-time ceremonies included traditional divot stomping and a Divots and Diamonds contest for a chance to win a $1,500 gift certificate from Moody’s Jewelry. Following the polo match, the celebration continued with awards, live music from Banana Seat and dancing.

Mallets and Moonlight

Umpire Bob Koehler

Mallets and Moonlight

Aila’s Catering provided dinner and hors d’oeuvres.

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