The Good, The Bad, & The BBQ Table


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Join Us for the 24th Annual Event

Join Elder Care in celebrating the 24th Annual The Good, The Bad & The BBQ charity event hosted by Robert & Mandie Hughes at the  Hughes Ranch just minutes south west of downtown Bartlesville on Highway 123. Proceeds from this event directly support the many programs that Elder Care provides to seniors and caregivers in Washington, Nowata, and Osage counties.

The evening includes food from Dink’s BBQ, music & dancing, a cash bar, entertainment by DJ Brandon, and live & silent auctions, all held on the grounds of the Ranch. Tickets are $100 per person and reserved tables of 8 are $1,000. For tax purposes, FMV is $12 per person.

Event Details

Hughes Ranch Headquarters
May 7, 2022
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Become a Sponsor

Interested in sponsoring the event? Download a corporate sponsor packet and return the confirmation form. For questions, call Angie Thompson, (918) 336-8500 extension 129. Sponsorship commitments must be received by February 28, 2022, to appear on print materials.

About Elder Care

Elder Care is a non-profit organization designed to be the central coordinator of services for mature adults and their families. Our team is here to help you live a healthy, happy, & independent life!

Established in 1983, Elder Care provides innovative programs through a customized care plan for each individual. Our goal is to link you and your family with the best services available to meet your unique needs. We take pride in being a comprehensive professional resource for aging services in Washington, Nowata, and Osage county.

Give Today

With your help, Elder Care is making a joyful difference in the lives of seniors, caregivers, and their families. These are parents and grandparents, friends and neighbors, your loved ones, or the loved ones of people you know. Through skilled outpatient therapy, companion services, adult day health and activity center, health clinic, and many other programs, those who use our services are able to enhance their sense of well-being and maintain their independence.

Have Questions?

For additional information please call (918) 336-8500 or contact Angie Thompson, Development Director, at