Special needs child's bike stolen in Tulsa

Bike was taken Wednesday night in north Tulsa and costs around $1,200.

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lanette - 12/21/2012 9:49 AM
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We would like to thank all of the special angels out there that have been giving donations. We would also like to thank OCRS (John Lemon/Michael Goodman) for making Ethan’s wish this Christmas come true. Ethan will be getting a new bike. Again thank you for everyone out there!!!

lanette - 12/21/2012 8:15 AM
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In addition to replacing Ethan's stolen adapted tricycle, we have 8 other children on our waiting list. We provide Amtrykes that are custom to the needs of the children at no cost to them (insurance does not pay for these)through a non profit organization, Ambucs. The trikes range in cost from $450 to $1600 each and we need $5,000 to reach our 2012 goal! Please contact us through therapytimetulsa.com, call 918-712-7868 x 2; or mail donations to TherapyTime (Ambucs) 4157 S Harvard #101 Tulsa, OK 74135. We will send you a tax donation receipt and invite you to attend the presentation of the trikes!!! It is a heartwarming and rewarding experience. Thank you for helping Ethan and all the other kids!

Tazzer - 12/21/2012 12:33 AM
4 Votes
The Oil Capital Racing Series will pick up the $1200 tab for a new bike for Ethan. We will also invite Ethan and his family to an OCRS racing event in 2013. Merry Christmas Ethan!!!!
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