Jenks Football Coach Allan Trimble was honored Saturday at the Mabee Center. "A Night of Legacy" celebrated the 13-time State Champion's incredible career and served as a fundraiser for his battle with ALS. Click Here for Video
Recap The Night of Legacy with a great YouTube video with Thompson Square. If you were not there, it's the next best thing to have been there in person. Thanks to the YouTube author for a great video. Click Here for the Video
We want to thank everyone. We appreciate our Partner Level Sponsors generosity and support. It is impossible to list everyone, but the The Night of Legacy could not have happened without many, many volunteers and supporters. Special thanks also to the ORU administration, Alan Robertson and Thompson Square for their roles in making the event special.
Catch up with Jenks Football Coach Allan Trimble and hear about A Night of Legacy event coming up Saturday evening, July 15. Duck Dynasty's Al Robertson and Thompson Square are two of the special guests at the charity event benefiting Trimble Strong Foundation.
"Man, I don't know about you, but this past year has been a real whirlwind for me.
From being able to enjoy my oldest daughter's beautiful wedding a few weeks ago and soaking up the joy and happiness that goes along with celebrating with beloved family and friends all the way to celebrating another year of life and my one year anniversary of being diagnosed with ALS. I even retired for...
No one in the history of Oklahoma high school sports is more synonymous with a community than Allan Trimble is with Jenks, and yet there were three job interviews before Jenks Public Schools officials decided in 1996 that he was the right man to coach the Trojan football program.