Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) Foundation has announced Hirsch Feed &
Farm Supply has made a donation of a Liberty Gun Safe 1776, for auction
at their annual signature event. The event, a “Wild, Wild West”
themed evening is to be held at the West Plains Opera House on Saturday,
Sept. 28. Monies raised by this event are designated to the new Women’s
Center scheduled to open in 2020.
The American-made 1776 Series features UL-listed security and 60 minutes
of certified, tested fire protection. It also includes Liberty’s
exclusive, patent-pending 4-inch locking bar technology, a thick 11-gauge
steel body, a door panel storage system and a customizable interior. It
is valued at $1,479.00.
“Hirsch has long been a partner in generously helping OMC in serving
our area residents,” said Carol Silvey, Vice President of Advancement
for the OMC Foundation. “We want to thank John and Dixie Williams,
and all the Hirsch employees for their continued support of the OMC Foundation.”
Several levels of sponsorships, which include various name recognition
benefits as well as reserved seating, are available. For more information
on sponsorships, or the auctions, contact a committee member or the OMC
Foundation at 417-853-5200.
Tickets to the event include dinner, two adult beverages, and unlimited
coffee or soda. Additional beverages will be available for purchase at
the cash bar. Tickets may be purchased at the OMC Foundation at #12 Parkway
Center, or online at
Pictured from left to right: Carol Silvey, Vice President of Advancement; Sarah Johnson, Donor Relations
Coordinator, both of OMC Foundation; John Williams; Dixie Williams; Garrett
Tidwell; Jordan Kinder; all of Hirsch Feed & Farm Supply.