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April 23, 2014

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April 23, 2014

I'm writing on behalf of my brother. Don't get me wrong, the food bank is great for people that need help. But Mary Arbuckle is another thing. She cheated my brother out of $275.00 dollars. On a riding lawn mower that we just got out of repair shop before she bought it. She was suppose to pay him $500.00 .Well she sent him $175.00 and she said she had to have a tune up and what ever else. like I said we just got it out of the repair shop and had everything done on it . It cost him $175.00 to have every thing done on it. So he got nothing on a year old Troy built riding lawn mower. My brother is blind and crippled and has to have help walking. He is HIV positive, He just lost his partner of 31 years that is why he had to sell every thing he had, What he didn't sell he donated to the food bank .He had to move with me to Idaho cause he is blind and disabled. Since Roy died he couldn't be there by his self. Mary was real ignorant to him. when he got here. Bryan has a big heart and she took advantage of him. Now none of his friends write or call him because of her. Thanks for listening. Donna

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November 29, 2012

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November 29, 2012

Mary Arbuckle is an awesome giving cowgirl who knows that people need food and services more than a sermon. She knows that for service providers it is better to listen than preach. I've seen her do extraordinary things in terms of fundraising. Even people just passing through Oklahoma have benefited from her kindness. Other Options space is warm and inviting and people leave feeling good about themselves as opposed to some food pantries where one has to listen to some judgement as the price for accepting food. It is so much better to leave a food pantry feeling empowered because that promotes wellness and can be the jumpstart to improving one's life. As a horseperson, Mary Arbuckle has translated the ethic to human beings in that everybody deserves to be warm, dry and fed, especially in the Winter.

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