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Oatman Outlaws provide bikes for need Mohave County kids

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From left:  Fred "Reno" Brown, Mohave County Sheriff Tom Sheahan, Rod "Outlaw Willie" Hall, Mitch Mitchell and John "Yosemite" Schnetter with 20 new bicycles donated to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office and the Kingman Salvation Army Christmas program. From left: Fred "Reno" Brown, Mohave County Sheriff Tom Sheahan, Rod "Outlaw Willie" Hall, Mitch Mitchell and John "Yosemite" Schnetter with 20 new bicycles donated to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office and the Kingman Salvation Army Christmas program.
KINGMAN, AZ (CBS5) -

The Wild West re-enactment group Oatman Outlaws will once provide bicycles for needy children in Mohave County through the Salvation Army "Angel Tree Program."

The Outlaws earn donations throughout the year by staging gunfight shows at high noon and at 2:15 p.m. each day in the historic mining town of Oatman on Route 66. 

The group, headed by Rod "Outlaw Willie" Hall and his wife, Sultana, presented Sheriff Tom Sheahan with this year's donation of 20 bicycles.

"The Oatman Outlaws are amazing," Sheahan said. "This is their 12th year they have given back to the community and they indeed make a difference for children at Christmas." 

"The Oatman Outlaws get a lot of satisfaction in making a difference for less fortunate children," 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.

Hall said the group is thankful for Mitch Mitchell's donation of assembling and storing the bicycles. 

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