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More than 700 guests attended the 23rd annual Western Days in support of the St. Simeon’s Senior Living Community. The theme of this year’s Western Days was “Fiesta!” Patrons and sponsors, which included families of current and past residents, foundations and corporations, raised more than $800,000 for the St. Simeon’s Foundation, which supports the physical, social and spiritual well-being of residents of the home and their families.
The popular annual event featured dancing to music by the Mid Life Crisis Band, hundreds of unique live and silent auction items and a video tribute to residents and donors. “Lots of Love,” a special live fundraising initiative during the event, raised more than $100,000 to purchase a new bus for St. Simeon’s to accommodate up to six residents with wheelchairs.
Western Days Event Chairs were Melissa and Mac Stallcup, Honorary Chairs were Gayle and Frank Eby, Patron Chairs were Hilary and Tom Clark and Barbara and John Turner, Live Auction Chairs were Beth and Scott Brown, and Silent Auction Chairs were longtime St. Simeon’s benefactors Phyllis and George Dotson. Kay Herring received the Pioneer Spirit Award for her work as a volunteer at St. Simeon’s.
Next year will be the senior living community’s 60th anniversary in Tulsa.
Our dedicated and caring staff looks forward to answering your questions. Contact us today to learn more about vibrant senior living in Tulsa at Saint Simeon’s.