'The energy is so high,' Bills Mafia Boat Parade sets sail for a good cause
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Buffalo Bills "Shout" song echoed along the Buffalo River as fans set sail in the second annual Bills Mafia Boat Parade.
Proceeds from the event go to Oishei Children's Hospital.
St. Patrick's Day hats to be made by Stitch Buffalo
Therese Forton-Barnes and Munawara Sultana joined Mercedes to talk about a partnership that is big for Buffalo.
The Water Buffalo Club 716 and Stitch Buffalo have created a new hat for the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day holiday.
Water Buffalo Club introduces new hat just in time for St. Patrick's Day
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — We're officially one month away from a major Queen City celebration, Saint Patrick's Day. This year you can add a touch of green to your outfit ....
Water Buffalo Club 716 hat going green for St. Patrick's Day
Water Buffalo Club 716 partnered with Stitch Buffalo to create the design, which will be Kelly green with a white patch, showing a green buffalo with a shamrock.
How Bills-inspired Water Buffalo hats help refugees working at Stitch Buffalo
Refugees 'thankful' to be making longtime fan's Water Buffalo Club 716 hats
The NFL playoffs are here and for Buffalo Bills fan Therese Forton-Barnes it is a reminder of how the Water Buffalo Club 716 got started and how the hats the club is synonymous with have made an impact in the community.
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WBC Supporting Damar
NFL safety Damar Hamlin’s breathing tube was removed and he FaceTimed into a meeting telling his teammates, “Love you boys,” as he continued his recovery after suffering a terrifying cardiac arrest during Monday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to the Buffalo Bills.
Water Buffalo Club in the Halloween spirit
The international club has more than 2,300 members in 5 different countries. Members proudly wear the blue water buffalo hat that Fred and Barney wore.
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Celebrating the Bills & Giving Back
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — TheWater Buffalo Club 716 is a group of dedicated Buffalo Bills fans that sportFred Flintstone inspired water buffalo hats around Western New York. The club started with Therese Forton-Barnes, also known as the grand pooh-baah of the club, and her friend. Forton-Barnes said they wanted to wear something fun to the Bills playoff game.
Stitch Buffalo enlisted to fulfill orders for Water Buffalo Club Hats
When Therese Forton-Barnes first came up with the idea of making the increasingly popular Water Buffalo Club Hats (inspired by Fred Flintstone–Yaaba Dabba Doo!), she could only adhere sticky patches on the hats, which was not the professional look that she wanted. Plus, she was ordering the hats online, which meant that they weren’t local.