Attention Dallas-Area Parents!! You do not want to miss the 5th Annual Dallas Ozone AM Fundraising Breakfast coming up on Thursday, March 1st from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at the prestigious Dallas Country Club. We will serve coffee and tea and have a silent auction from 7:30-7:55 a.m., and begin our programming promptly at 8:00 a.m. We are excited to host you for an encouraging morning of stories shared by Ozone students and staff, as well as a brief address from Sam Torn, the owner of Camp Ozark. All proceeds from the event will go directly to supporting the Dallas chapter of Ozone Ministries.
Prices for admission to the event are as follows:
Table (Seating for 8 Guests): $750
Individual Ticket: $100
Secure your spot today by clicking here!
Can't make it to the event? Don't worry, you can still support Dallas Ozone in their largest fundraising event of the year by making your tax-deductible donation online here or mailing a check to our office (address below).
If you are interested in becoming a corporate or family event sponsor, click here or contact Area Director, Kathleen Rhodes at email@example.com. We appreciate your support!
Mailing Address: Ozone Ministries Attn: Ali Monk | 9225 Katy Freeway, Suite 320 | Houston, Texas 77024
Below is more information on our speaker, Sam Torn.
On January 2, 1985, Sam and Susan Torn acquired the assets of Camp Ozark from the Ankenman family. At the time, Sam was a business man in Houston, Texas, but his association with Camp Ozark was long and memorable. Sam had first come to the camp with his family in 1951 at the age of 3 for what was known for many years as "Family Week." In 1959, at the age of 10, Sam spent the first of his 11 consecutive summers at Ozark Boys Camp. During that time, Sam experienced Ozark Boys Camp as a camper, Junior Counselor and Counselor and developed a deep love and intense loyalty for the Ozark experience. Armed with a "can do" positive attitude, a penchant for perfection and a creative flair, Sam and his wife, Susan, a R.N., set out to make Camp Ozark the premier residential summer camp in the United States. Since 1985 Camp Ozark has grown from 18 cabins to 98 cabins, from 375 campers per summer to 6,000 campers, and has truly become Incomparable Camp Ozark. In 2004, Sam was approached by the Walton Family Foundation of Bentonville, Arkansas concerning the establishment of an "Ozark like" camp for underserved children. Out of these discussions, Camp War Eagle opened its gates in 2006 and currently serves nearly 4000 underserved children per summer in northwest Arkansas. In addition to his Camp Ozark responsibilities, Sam serves as the Executive Director of Camp War Eagle. In addition to his accomplishments at Camp Ozark he also is very involved in Texas A&M Athletics. He played Varsity baseball and served as the head Yell Leader in his tenure. He is the former Class Agent for the Class of '70, and the Presidente of the Association of Former Yell Leaders. Torn was inducted into the Texas A&M Letterman's Association Hall of Honor in 2013 for his effortws on behalf of Texas A&M athletes.
Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 7:30am to 9:00am
Dallas Country Club
4155 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75205