The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

May 1, 2013

OSU Cowboy Caravan arrives in Enid Monday


Enid News and Eagle

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State Cowboy fans will have the chance to hear from OSU football running backs coach Jemal Singleton, head men’s basketball coach Travis Ford and head women’s tennis coach Chris Young as part of the 2013 Cowboy Caravan. The caravan stops in Enid Monday,  at Oakwood Country Club. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., dinner will be served at 6:30, and the Caravan program begins at 7:15.

Ford, Singleton and Young will be the featured speakers. Proceeds from silent and live auctions will be used by the Cherokee Strip chapter of the OSU Alumni Association to fund scholarships for Enid-area high school students to attend OSU.

 Tickets for the evening are $25 each for non-reserved tickets and $350 for a reserved table of eight. The menu includes a steak dinner and beverages.

 Registration is limited to the first 300 guests. Those interested may RSVP by Friday to Kaleb Hennigh at (580) 237-4086 or hennigh@northwestoklaw.com. 

 The 2013 OSU Cowboy Caravan is sponsored by the OSU POSSE (Providing Opportunities for Scholastic and Sports Excellence). Fans interested in learning more about these events may visit www.okstateposse.com/caravans or contact the OSU POSSE at (877) 2B-POSSE.