Calling all Pokes: Helpers needed for Cotton Bowl project
DALLAS – As the rivalry between the Missouri Tigers and the Oklahoma State Cowboys heats up, fans will be able to make sure their team is on top in another Cotton Bowl competition.
This year, the Cotton Bowl is holding a food drive competition between the two teams to support a local food pantry.
While they have collected donations from all across the area, organizers say they are still in need of volunteers.
Last month, Cotton Bowl personnel sent out the call for 30 Missouri fans and 30 OSU fans to step up and help package the donations, which will be sent to the food bank.
NewsChannel 4′s own In Your Corner team is part of the competition but they are still in need of 20 volunteers for OSU.
The food drive is being held at 4500 Cockrell Hill Rd. in Dallas on Friday, Jan. 3 at 9 a.m.
If you would like to volunteer for OSU’s team, call (214) 270-2009
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