About this event and Elder Care.
Each spring Elder Care is honored to be a part of The Good, The Bad and the Barbeque, an outstanding charity event hosted by the Mullendore family at their legendary Cross Bell Ranch in northeast Oklahoma. Proceeds from this wonderful event directly support the many programs that Elder Care provides to seniors and caregivers in Washington, Nowata and Osage counties. The evening includes a barbeque dinner, music and dancing, and live and silent auctions, all held under a beautiful tent on the grounds of the ranch.
This year Gypsy Twang from Tulsa will be the featured band and Dink’s Pit Bar-B-Q will be providing dinner. A cash bar will be available.
Tickets are $65 per person and reserved tables of 8 are $800 —Order online.
For additional information please call (918) 336-8500 or contact Deirdre McArdle, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!
Arvest Wealth Management
Bartlesville Print Shop
Bartlesville Regional United Way
Central States Business Forms
Dink’s Pit Bar-B-Que
Diversified Systems Resources
The A. E. and Jaunita Richardson Foundation
Truity Credit Union
The 2017 Barbeque featured band is Gypsy Twang with special guest Les Gilliam.
Gypsy Twang is comprised of husband and wife team of Steve and Sarah Huhn. Their band Gypsy Twang for
med in 2009 after years of preforming separately. They rounded up a few of friends to play a gig and the next thing they knew they were booking more dates and thinking up a name for the band. “Gypsy Twang” is a nod to both Bob Childers and Country & Western music.
Elder Care is honored to be featuring the artwork of renowned western artist Tyler Crow on the invitation and posters for its 2017 fundraiser, The Good, The Bad and The Barbeque. The image of Crow’s painting titled “And then… All of a Sudden.” displays the beautiful detail of the realistic life of a cowboy.
Tyler Crow has spent his young life in the small town of Apache, Oklahoma. A 2007 graduate of Apache High School, Crow always had paper and pencil with him drawing horses. During his senior year he entered a pencil drawing in the Oklahoma Youth Expo at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Winning Reserve Best of Show and a scholarship gave him a chance to attend a weeklong summer painting workshop co-taught by Bruce Greene and Martin Grelle. This was the first time he had ever held a paintbrush in his hand.
Crow’s artistic talent has continued to evolve over the years. He has attended additional workshops and has been featured in several art shows where he has received recognition and awards for his western art.