BA junior arranges neighborhood food drive for BAN

Food drive for BAN Those volunteering for the food drive were Rachel Fulton, Steven Tucker, Chris Tucker, Chris Oven, Eric Devlin, Emily Bruner, Aspen Dixon, Sierra Cherry, Sabrina Domrique, Natalie Flowers, Liz Foster, Iman Knox, Alexa Martin, Katelyn Klempa, Lauren Patton, Skyler Smith, and Kaitlyn Wood.

Those volunteering for the food drive were Rachel Fulton, Steven Tucker, Chris Tucker, Chris Oven, Eric Devlin, Emily Bruner, Aspen Dixon, Sierra Cherry, Sabrina Domrique, Natalie Flowers, Liz Foster, Iman Knox, Alexa Martin, Katelyn Klempa, Lauren Patton, Skyler Smith, and Kaitlyn Wood.

Following a family tradition started in 2011 by Daniel Fulton, his sister Rachel Fulton, a junior at BA High School, spent two weekends in November leading a neighborhood food drive to benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors (BAN). This is the fourth year the Fulton family has coordinated the event. The responsibility changed hands this November as Daniel graduated from BA High School earlier this year and is now at Annapolis, Maryland, attending the United States Naval Academy.

Rachel, the Broken Arrow Tigettes, along with friends and family, carried on the tradition. Rachel worked with BAN to determine specific needed food items needed. She then contacted Tulsack, Inc. for a donation of 800 sacks.

Rachel prepared a flyer telling the neighbors what items were most needed at BAN and asking them to place the sack on the front porch the following Saturday.

Over 150 households participated, raising over 3,000 items for BAN.

Those volunteering for the food drive were Rachel Fulton, Steven Tucker, Chris Tucker, Chris Oven, Eric Devlin, Emily Bruner, Aspen Dixon, Sierra Cherry, Sabrina Domrique, Natalie Flowers, Liz Foster, Iman Knox, Alexa Martin, Katelyn Klempa, Lauren Patton, Skyler Smith, and Kaitlyn Wood.