2014 Oatman Outlaws DonationOATMAN – When you think of Outlaws, ordinarily, you’d think of a bad group of hombres.  For the past 13 years, the “Oatman Outlaws” have made donations for the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Christmas programs.  The Oatman Outlaws earn donations from the public throughout the year by staging an exciting gunfight show twice a day at high noon and at 2:15 p.m. in the historic mining town of Oatman on Route 66.  This gunfight show can be quite loud, but what’s a gunfight show without shots fired? The group, headed by Rod “Outlaw Willie” Hall and his wife, Sultana, presented Sheriff Jim McCabe with their donation of $1,000 on Tuesday, December 9th. “The Oatman Outlaws enjoy giving to children during the holidays,” Hall said.  “Throughout the year the group also donates to the Shrine Fund which helps toward transporting children and their families to the Shriners Hospital for Children.”  Over the years, the Oatman Outlaws have donated $77,000 to the Shrine Fund. “The Oatman Outlaws are coming through again this Holiday season” McCabe said.  They are an astounding group that gives back to the community!”

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Left to right:  Terry “Dusty” Fulcher, Sheriff Jim McCabe, Rod “Outlaw Willie” Hall, and Fred “Reno” Brown pose while the Sheriff is present with the donation for the Christmas programs.  (not pictured:  Sultana “Diamond Lil” Hall)