Operation Restoration launched to save historic 1876 mule barn at Fort Reno, Oklahoma
Three campaigns started to raise $71,000 for restoration
The US Cavalry Association launched a major fund-raising campaign to restore one of three original mule barns built on Fort Reno in 1876. The building was badly damaged during a tornado that hit El Reno in 2013.
The building needs extensive restoration, which will take months to complete. The campaign funds will be used exclusively for building repairs.
Click here to watch the news story that aired on Fox25 News KOKH on January 25, 2016.
HOW TO DONATE
Purchase tickets for prize drawings at our museum in Ft. Reno or online. Drawings will be held on May 4, 2016. You do not need to be present to win.
Make a donation of $30 or more online or at our museum and receive a free Operation Restoration t-shirt.
100% of the money raised through these campaigns will go towards the building renovation. Your contribution* of any amount is greatly appreciated.
*The U.S. Cavalry Association is recognized as tax exempt by the Internal Revenue Service under Section 501 (c) (3). Contributions may be tax-deductible.
Send a check
Checks should be made out to the USCA-OPERATION RESTORATION and mailed to:
7107 W. Cheyenne St
El Reno, OK 73036
ABOUT FT. RENO
Fort Reno was a frontier Army post and became a US Army remount station prior to World War II. From the remount stations, the Quartermaster Corps provided horses for the cavalry and other branches of the Army. Historic Fort Reno, Inc., which is based at Fort Reno, has an excellent museum and a very active, year-round educational and living history program. Historic Fort Reno and the US Cavalry Association share a common goal of preserving and presenting the history of the US Army and the cavalry branch in particular. Fort Reno receives thousands of visitors annually from around the globe.
Help us preserve the history, heritage and horsemanship of the US Cavalry!