March is Visibility Month for Ambucs

Beverly Cantrell - March 17, 2022 9:38 am

Ponca City-
March is visibility month for the Ambucs. The Ponca City Charity Angel Ambucs are inviting members and non-members to come to a membership social event at The Axe Hole, 310 East Grand in downtown Ponca City on Thursday, March 24th at 6:30 pm.
If you are not a member its a great opportunity to learn more about Ambucs and the services they provide for our community.
They will have flyers about Ambucs for anyone who wants information. Members from the ladies Angel Ambucs and the men’s  Noon Lion Ambucs will be there and would be happy to talk to you about the organization.
The Ambucs provide mobility and independence for those who would possibly not be able to leave their house through Amtrykes and ramps built at the person’s house. They also provide playground equipment for those who have disabilities.
Come hang out with the Charity Angel Ambucs and Noon Lion Ambucs and have fun.
Children and families are welcome but please note you must be a certain age to throw the axes.
Invite your friends, it will be a fun and informative night. This is a free meeting. For a  person who wants to throw an ax for an hour, the cost is $15 or you can just come and hang out and play cornhole and enjoy fellowship.
On March 26th join the Charity Angels for their Visibility March with inflatable costumes to create awareness for Ambucs. The parade begins at Pizza Hut at 10:00 am and ends at  Heather Cannon Honda for a test drive event. Test drive a vehicle from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and Heather Cannon will make a donation to the Ambucs for each test drive.
Visit Charity Angels on Facebook for details on events and services offered.
 

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