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Register for the 12th Annual Thunderbird Clubhouse Golf Tournament

Register for the 12th Annual Thunderbird Clubhouse Golf Tournament

You’re invited to the 12th Annual Thunderbird Clubhouse Golf Tournament on Monday, September 9, 2019. Join us for an afternoon of golf on the beautiful greens at The Trails Golf Club in Norman. All proceeds benefit Thunderbird Clubhouse.


11:00am - Registration
Team check-in and lunch

12:30pm - Shotgun Start
carts provided, drinks available all day

4:00-5:00pm - Awards and Auction
Scores tallied and winners announced; auction held following awards

Auction Items: If you donate an item to our auction that will take place that day, we will thank you on our signage at the event.

This event gets bigger every year, we hope you’ll join us in making 2019 our best yet!

Thank you for your support!

For more information, call  (405) 321-7331

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What is a Clubhouse?

Thunderbird Clubhouse is a community of individuals in recovery from mental illness. The goal of Clubhouse is to support members as they rediscover talents, abilities and interests. Members find that with time and work, they see themselves as more than their illness; they regain things they may have lost such as family relationships, friends, a job and a place to live. During rough times, Clubhouse serves as a support system, reaching out to members who are isolating or struggling.

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Steve and Barbara Owens to be honored by Xenia Institute

Steve and Barbara Owens were honored on March 6, 2014.  They were awarded the Sam Matthews Social Justice Award. Mr. Matthews was the first realtor in Norman to sell a home to an African American couple in the 1960's.  The historic step he took in taking this action is echoed each day by others in our community who choose to stand up for other social justice causes.  Steve and Barbara have supported Thunderbird Clubhouse for nearly a decade and their efforts enabled a new Clubhouse facility to be built.  Their hard work have improved the quality of life for many adults in recovery from mental illness.

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