Longhorn Sale Adds Special Fundraiser for Hospital

Longhorn Sale Adds Special Fundraiser for Hospital

The Oklahoma National Stockyards Company recently hosted a Longhorn Opportunities Sale, which included a special fundraiser for The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital in Bethany.

Justin and Amanda Rombeck, owners of JBR Longhorns LLC & Bar R Cattle Company in Kansas City, Kansas, and coordinators of the Longhorn Opportunities Sale, donated Bar R Royally Spicy, female longhorn, for auction to raise money for The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital.

“Going through life we all have our ups and downs and trials and tribulations. My wife and I feel when someone is able to give back to something that they’re passionate about, it is something that should be done. This is why we chose to donate our longhorn to what we felt was a worthy cause,” said Rombeck. “We know the money raised will do a lot of good and help a lot of people.”

The auction for Bar R Royally Spicy raised $5,500 for The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital. “We appreciate Justin and Amanda Rombeck with JBR Longhorns LLC & Bar R Cattle Company for allowing us to benefit from the sale of their longhorn. It’s generosity like theirs that allows The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital to serve thousands of children throughout the state and region,” said Albert Gray, chief executive officer, The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital. “We are also thankful for the Oklahoma National Stockyards for hosting and promoting this great event.”

Proceeds from the donated longhorn will be used to meet a variety of patient needs, such as purchasing diapers, formula, medical and respiratory supplies and educational supplies. The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital is a nonprofit organization that offers 24-hour medical care, comprehensive rehabilitative therapies, respiratory care and special education.

To learn more about The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital or how to donate, please visit www.miracleshappenhere.org.

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