Help Support Our Troops, Claremore!

RCB Bank has teamed up with Blue Star Mothers for a much needed supply drive! You can drop your donations off at any Claremore or Catoosa RCB branch or the Rogers County Courthouse. Donations will be collected June 19 – July 3.

700 additional Oklahoma troops are scheduled to be deployed by the end of this year. Rogers County Blue Star Mothers has pledged to provide 100 care packages. Your support is greatly appreciated!

The soldier wish list is below:
disposable razors
shampoo/conditioner (small sizes)
deodorant (small sizes, no spray cans)
baby wipes (small sizes)
toilet paper
feminine hygiene products
toothpaste (small sizes)
mouth wash (small sizes)
dental floss
chapstick or lip balm
Q-tips (small sizes)
small boar hair brushes
hand sanitizer
foot powder (small sizes)
shatter-proof sunglasses
cool ties/hand or foot warmers
sunscreen (lotion or cream – no spray)
socks (white/gray)
candy, gum (individually wrapped)
beef jerky
snack foods (small cans – peanut butter, Vienna sausage, fruit, tuna, etc.)
ramen noodles
instant oatmeal
energy bars
snack bars and crackers
fruit roll-ups
drink mixes (individual sizes, tea bags, dry powder only – NO LIQUIDS)
AA and AAA batteries
small games (playing cards, puzzle books, handheld games, small Frisbees, small stuff animals such as Beanie Babies)
paperback books (for both male and female)
mosquito repellent coils
writing materials
cards, pictures made by children, letters
zip-lock bags (all sizes)
packaging tape

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