Students from the Oklahoma School for the Blind get to become cowboys for a day in Haskell.
Volunteer Linda Graber says about 60 students from grade school and middle school are taking part in the ninth Western Heritage Day at the Silver Spur Western Lodge today.
"They have horseback rides, hayrides and stage coach. The kids get to go fishing, hiking. There's a mechanical bull"
Graber, who has a granddaughter in the school, says today’s event allows them to play in a social environment, but also get an education on animals and the outdoors.