Gamers battle hunger
A recent press release indicates that STAT Gamers, a local group of gaming enthusiasts, will be hosting a charity event on January 5th, 2008 at Game HQ, 1620 J SW 89th St., to support the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. From the release:
A Thrall Harvest is a charity event in support of a local food bank/pantry. The event is a fantasy table-top miniatures tournament using the popular WARMACHINE and HORDES game systems.
As an entry fee, players bring donations of canned and staple goods to be donated to the local food bank/pantry. A unique tournament format is used to encourage donations during the event. Privateer Press, the creators of the WARMACHINE and HORDES game systems and miniature lines, provides unique award support for the event including special prizes for the tournament winner and the most generous donor. Additionally, a prize will be award to the location that hosts the most successfully event in terms of goods donated.
The Thrall Harvest is national in scope with charity tournaments happening all across the country annually from November to January.
More information about STAT Gamers is available at http://statgamers.7.forumer.com/.
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