Wyoming Cowboy Hall Of Fame

The Real Cowboys of the "Cowboy State"

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  • Fremont County Celebration for 2016 WCHF Inductees

    1800’s Model German Wine Chest AUCTION- Ends March 15, 2017

    The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame would like to extend a big thank you to Cliff and Sandra Henderson of Riverton, WY for their very generous donation of this mid 1800’s model German Wine Chest, which was imported from Germany. (Pictured from l-r) Scott Ratliff, WCHF President; Sandra and Cliff Henderson, donors. This beautiful piece is in absolute perfect condition. It breaks down into five pieces. It is 8’6” wide; 2’6” deep and 9’2” tall.

    Bidding opens March 5 and ends March 15 at 3:00 pm MST. Bids can be placed by calling or texting 307-360-6114 or on Facebook – for details, visit: Facebook.com/WyomingCowboyHallOfFame. When bidding, please bid in $100 increments. The winning bidder will be responsible for shipping.

    Thanks again to the Hendersons and thanks for everyone interested in this auction item that will benefit the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame in our mission to “To preserve, promote, perpetuate, publish and document Wyoming’s rich working cowboy and ranching history through researching, profiling and honoring individuals who broke the first trails and introduced that culture to this state. WCHF plans to collect, display and preserve the stories, photos and artifacts of such individuals and anything else that will honor and highlight their contributions to our history.”

    First Interstate Banks of Wyoming and the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation Donation

    Pictured from left to right in the above photo are Larry Bentley, WCHF Hot Springs County Committee Member; Scott Ratliff, WCHF President; Paulette Moss, WCHF Treasurer; Victor Robbins, First Interstate Bank and Mike Edelman, Retired FIB Riverton President .

    Three members of the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame were presented with the generous donation of $15,600 from First Interstate Banks of Wyoming and the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 in Riverton, Wyoming.

    This grant donation will fund Phase I of the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame’s Media Plan producing a 2-3 minute promotional video.  The promotional video trailer will be used to seek additional funding through private and public foundations to create a documentary What Makes a Wyoming Cowboy?  The documentary will explore the heart and soul of the Wyoming Cowboy and will highlight many of the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame inductees.

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    2017 Nominations

    NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR WYOMING COWBOY HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2017

    The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame (WCHF) has named three classes totaling 140 Honorees to date.  On December 1 nominations will open for the class of 2017; and they will close again on February 28, 2017.  The website link for nomination forms is http://www.wyomingcowboyhalloffame.com/nomination/ Clear instructions for nominating are outlined at the WCHF website, and photos can be submitted along with each nomination.

    A frequently asked question is “Why hasn’t this person been inducted into the WCHF?”  Most likely the answer is, “They’ve never been nominated.”

    The WCHF can only consider and induct nominated individuals, so the Board seriously urges each of you to think of the worthy individuals within your acquaintance and do everything possible to make sure they are nominated.

    There are 10 geographic regions within the state, and nominations for each region will be vetted and filtered by local committees after the nominations close, with the top choices moving up the line for consideration by WCHF Board of Directors in the Spring.

    The “Cowboy State” is proud of that designation and WCHF is excited and eager to enshrine each worthy man and woman into WCHF.  If you need assistance with your nomination contact a committee or Board Member near you found on the Contact page or Regional Contact page.

    Auctioning These Beautiful Children’s Hair Chinks

    We are auctioning these beautiful children’s hair chinks off in benefit for the WCHF. These would make a great gift!!
    Starting bid is $200 with increases in $10 or more increments.
    Auction ends December 20th.
    If you would like to participate and help our non-profit organization grow and honor true Wyoming Cowboys, please go to our Facebook page where the auction bids are being taken https://www.facebook.com/WyomingCowboyHallOfFame/

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    Saturday Evening, September 24th, hospitality room at Parkway Plaza

    SATURDAY, September 24th – The W.C.H.F. Casper committee has reserved a ballroom at the Parkway Plaza. They plan to open the doors at 6 pm. Appetizers, cash bar and music by Dynamic Sound and Light will be provided. Tables & chairs will be provided for visiting and quiet old-time western music will be in the background from 7 to 9. More modern country music will be played from 9 to midnight for dancing. Join us for a fun filled evening before the State Induction Sunday at the Casper Events Center. You can pick up your pre-purchased & free tickets at the hospitality room Saturday evening or Sunday at the Casper Events Center.

    Sublette County Event for 2015 Inductees September 3, 2016

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    Raffle for Children’s Chinks

    A raffle for these adorable children’s chinks is starting.  Tickets are $5 each OR 5 tickets for $20. Raffle tickets will also be available at the Sublette County local celebration on September 3rd. Poster and more information on this local celebration will be posted on this page soon.  The drawing for the chinks will be held on or shortly after September 3rd.

    Please make your check payable to W.C.H.F and mail it along with your contact information to:

    W.C.H.F.
    % Windy Noble
    PO Box 2369
    Pinedale, WY 82941kids chinks web sized

    Birdeye Braiding Company Fundraising Donation

    A HUGE THANK YOU to Meredith Schweighart’s Birdeye Braiding Company in Arkansas for this awesome breast collar she donated as an auction item for our State Induction fundraising! We also want to thank Deb Keller for her help in getting the donation to the induction for us.

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