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Diamond Hats Ball Set for October 30 in Oklahoma City

Mon, 18 Oct 2010 4:29:34 CDT

Diamond Hats Ball Set for October 30 in Oklahoma City The Diamond Hats, a group of influential Oklahoma women dedicated to advancing today’s youth in agriculture, would like to invite you to The Diamond Hats Ball on Saturday, October 30, 2010, at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. The Diamond Hats Ball, A Diamond Harvest, is being held to raise funds for scholarships and to support programs designed to prepare youth in agriculture for the future workforce of Oklahoma.   

Dinner, along with opportunities to participate in lively silent and live auctions, promises an evening of enjoyable philanthropy. Standard event seating is available for $150 by reservation only. Table sponsorship is available for $1,500 and up.   

Jet McCoy, a twelve-time International Finals Rodeo qualifier and member of the 2010 Amazing Race runner up team, will be Master of Ceremonies. There will also be a special performance by The A Bar Bunkhouse Band, at this year’s ball. The A Bar Bunkhouse Band is comprised four young men, 16 to 22 years of age, who work to carry on the Western Swing tradition of Bob Wills.

In 2006, The Diamond Hats established a tradition of naming the Diamond Debs and Beaus, further recognizing Oklahoma Youth Expo Academic All State Winners. This year’s winners are Jamie Baumgardner, Chisholm; Tanner Blosser, Balko; Marty Jones, Owasso; Morgan Matlock, Tecumseh; Madison McGolden, Fairview; Dalton Newell, Minco; Dakota Miller, Amber-Pocasset; Tara Newton, Kingfisher; Mika Pendelton, Yukon; Kyle Pingleton, Hartshorne; Aerial Smith, Lexington; Maverick Squires, Noble; Stephen Tillinghast, Owasso; and McKenzie Walta, Kingfisher. In addition, the Diamond Hats and Oklahoma Youth Expo will recognize the Agricultural Woman of the Year as well as the Diamond Hat of the Year.

Click here for the Diamond Hats website and more details about the 2010 event.



   

 

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