Kingman Photo: 'Outlaws' Doing Some Good

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Members of the Oatman Outlaws present Sheriff Tom Sheahan, second from left, with 20 bicycles the gunfight re-enactment group donated to the Salvation Army Angel Tree. From the left is Fred "Reno" Brown, Rod "Outlaw Willie" Hall, Mitch Mitchell, who assembled and stored the bikes, and John "Yosemite" Schnetter. The Oatman Outlaws take tourist donations received from their twice-daily shows at the historic mining town and dedicate that money to charities that help children. For the 12th straight year, the Oatman Outlaws purchased and assembled bicycles for the Salvation Army Angel Tree, currently on display at the Mohave County Sheriff's Office main lobby in Kingman. The tree is adorned with the names of disadvantaged children who desire a favorite gift to open on Christmas morning. "The Oatman Outlaws are amazing," said Sheriff Tom Sheahan. "This is their 12th year they have given back to the community and they indeed make a difference for our children at Christmas." The group also donates show donations to the Shrine Fund, which helps fund transportation costs for children who receive care at a Shriners Hospital and their families, said Hall.