The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

October 20, 2012

Indian taco fundraiser to help family after fire

Enid News and Eagle

WATONGA, Okla. — An Indian taco lunch at a Watonga church will raise funds for a family whose home was damaged in a fire a week ago.

Troy and Kristi Magers, and their children, Dillon, Chas and Austin, currently are displaced from their Watonga home after the kitchen sustained major damage and the rest of the house was damaged by smoke.

Troy Magers, a Blaine County Sheriff’s Office deputy, was hospitalized overnight because of smoke inhalation and was off work for a week while he recovered from his injury.

Indian tacos, dessert and drinks will be served 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church of Watonga. All proceeds will be given to the Magers family to defray medical and reconstruction expenses.

Cost for lunch is $7. Donations also can be mailed to Margarett Parman, Blaine County Sheriff’s Office, 205 N. Burford, Watonga, OK 73772.