Local cowboys to be inducted into Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame
Bill Saunders, Burl Potter, and Harv Stone from Sublette County among those honored for 2015
September 9, 2015
The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame 2015 Inductee Ceremony will be held on Sunday, September 27th at 10AM at the Casper Events Center. A total of 54 new names will be enshrined in the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame (WCHF) as the "Class of 2015". There will be three people from Sublette County and two from Teton County being inducted this year.
Bill Saunders, Bondurant
Burl Potter, Big Piney, (who now lives in Arizona)
Harv Stone, Bondurant/Daniel Area
Bob Crisp, Jackson
Roy Martin, Jackson
There will be good cowboy conversation and camaraderie, food and refreshments and cash bar. They will also have a silent and live auction as a fundraiser for the organization.
Humorist/storyteller Chuck Larson of Hulett will MC. Andy and Jim Nelson from Sublette County (Clear Out West (COW) Radio) will be on hand to add to the entertainment and merriment.
Cost is $10 per person. Advance tickets will be available at the WCHF Hospitality Room in the Parkway Plaza, 123 West E Street in Casper on Saturday, September 26 from 5 to 8:30PM and from 7 to 9AM on Sunday, September 27. Tickets will also be available at the door at the Casper Events Center.
Special rates are available at several local motels. Some are offering price breaks for Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights for out-of-town or out-of-state visitors. Some offer shuttle service to and from the Casper Airport, along with shuttles to and from the Events Center. Discounted room rates are available at Parkway Plaza (1-800-270-7829) and Ramkota Inn (1-307-266-3000), which both offer shuttles along with complimentary breakfasts for guests; and the Super 8 (1-307-266-3480) is also offering special room fees. Discounted rates are available only until September 7th, so secure reservations right away. You must mention The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame Induction event on Sunday, September 27th to be eligible for the cut rates.
For more information go to www.wyomingcowboyhalloffame.com.