Stars come out to help the hungry

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Rainy weather didn’t dampen the spirits of party goers Saturday night.

 A special party was held at the beautiful former Territorial Governor’s Mansion, a private home now owned by Dennis and Brenda Seagrove, on the 3600 block of McKinley in Oklahoma City to benefit the “NEEDS” foundation. This local charity collects unserved food from area restaurants and distributes them to needy families and hungry Oklahomans.

 Country music sensation Kylie Morgan (pictured) was also on hand to lend her support to this worthy cause. “ I think Oklahomans love to help.  I think we have big hearts and are ready to help people when they need it most,” said Morgan.

 OKC Thunder star Russell l Westbrook (pictured with fans) was also on hand as the spokesperson for the “NEEDS” Foundation. He signed autographs to help the foundation raise money.