Ozark Horse Trader donates to the OMC Cancer Treatment Center Expansion
The Ozark Horse Trader recently “Pinked Out” the Horse Trader
by offering pink ads to their advertisers as a way to support cancer awareness.
Half of the ad cost was donated to Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) Cancer
Treatment Center expansion fund. The Ozark Horse Trader and the following
individuals and businesses participated in this donation: Austin Auto
Sales; Southern Hills Auto; Glass Sword Cinema; Ozark Salvage; First Baptist
Church/Daycare; Thayer Dental; Scaggs Repair; The Rub Shop; River Country
Chevrolet; Gentiva Home Health; United Country/Willow Springs; Town &
Country Supermarket; McFarland Spine; Main Street Boutique; Simply Sunless;
Mammoth Spring Collision; Glenn’s Truck Repair; Hirsch Feed &
Farm Supply; Guns 4 You; Outpost Motorsports; West Plains Pawn & Fine
Jewelry; Xtreme Audio; Big Lots; Papa John Pizza; Quality Floors; Brian
& Shelly Johnson; Ozarko Tire; Brad Trail; Melissa Talbi; Furniture
Deals & More; Decorations for Celebrations; United Country/Solomon
Cornelius; Ozark Country Antiques; R & R Industries; Randy & Kelly
McGinnis; Sheryl Acosta; American Family/Lee Freeman; Dennis’ Specialty
Cuts; Drinnon’s Cycle; Penmac; R & T Locksmith; Deb Cotter;
Brian, Shelly, Jim & Sandi; Shavers Plumbing; Edgeller & Harper;
Triple C Cycle; Pruett Home Improvement; Missouri Loan Center; Green’s
Furniture; TJ’s Steakhouse; Rhine Auto Sales; and Hill’s Auto.
Pictured left to right, Josh Henry, Melissa Talbi, Kathy Pierce, Kim Owsley,
Brad Trail, Deb Cotter, David Ramey, Patty Hocking, all with the Ozark
Horse Trader, and Ward Franz, Executive Director of the OMC Foundation.