Gather Up Your Checkbook And Cash Wad For An Auction! Okemah Oklahoma Cattleman Set To Raise Money For Local Youth Scholarships

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Okemah, Ok September, 12 (The Oklahoma Post)-

This Saturday, the Okfuskee County Cattleman’s Association will be hosting their Annual Banquet at the Okfuskee County Fairgrounds at 6:01 p.m. in world-famous Okemah, Oklahoma. 

The Okfuskee County Cattleman’s Association’s ANNUAL BANQUET is September 17 at 6:01 p.m. at the Okfuskee County Fairgrounds in Okemah. With vendor booths, homemade desserts, and of course auction this family-friendly event is one for the ages. Don’t forget to tune in to the guest speakers and the provided meal by Pepino’s will be enjoyed with friends. Visit with other producers in our area and our vendors.

1202 E Columbia St Okemah OK 74859

Vendors, auction items, and meal sponsorships are still needed. 

Vendor booth prices are $100 each and include the free meal and fun.

Contact Tom Goode for more information at (940) 393-9815.

All proceeds from the auction go to fund youth contest prizes and scholarships. Don’t miss out!

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View more information on the Official OK Cattleman Association Website.

(Writing by Jamie Braden; Press Release to The Oklahoma Post; Editing by Robbie Robertson)

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