Cleveland County Aging Services Teams with Rotary to Bridge Funding Gaps
And two people will be going on a cruise as a result!
Cleveland County Aging Services is working with the Moore and Cross Timbers Rotary Clubs to raise funds for senior services.  To accomplish this, the two Rotary Clubs are holding a raffle for a $2,500 cruise voucher for two. 
 “100% of the ticket sales will go to Cleveland County Aging Services,” says Moore Rotary Club President-Elect Angela Barbour.  “Both clubs will pay for the cruise voucher from their general budgets to make this possible.”
The two Rotary clubs are recommending a $35 donation for one entry and $50 donation for two entries.  Raffle tickets will be available from February 1 through April 1.  The drawing will take place at 6:00 pm at Hey Day Family Entertainment (3201 Market Place, Norman) on April 5th and the general public is invited to attend.
Aging Services, Inc. exists to enhance the lives and dignity of Cleveland County senior adults by providing programs, services, and referrals that assist and promote healthy independent living.  The raffle funds will help the agency bridge funding gaps to maintain their current service levels for seniors.
To participate in the raffle, contact Angela Barbour at 405-292-4787 or or purchase a ticket directly from a Moore or Cross Timbers Rotarian.  For a full list of rules and eligibility requirements visit
*article originally published in the February edition of the Moore Monthly