The only thing that is certain right now is uncertainty. Games, events and season cancelled or suspended. Event staff unsure about income, fans unclear about safety and everyone is scared.
With all of that, I just love what the Tulsa Oilers did for their weekend game that was intended to raise money for Alzheimers, but now has been cancelled.
The game jerseys players would have worn will still be auctioned off to raise money for Alzheimers Awareness. Great save by the team to keep their community in mind and try to maintain some normalcy.
This Saturday's Alzheimer's Awareness game has been canceled, but we can still RAISE MONEY to #ENDALZ The Auction ending time has been extended!
BId Here: https://t.co/2GQEguu6qD pic.twitter.com/jsNqDqDrYe
— Tulsa Oilers (@tulsa_oilers) March 12, 2020
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