Carol Mapel Retiring after 16 Years

CHEYENNE, OK: After working for Washita Battlefield National Historic Site for nearly 16 years, Carol Mapel is hanging up her Ranger hat and retiring on December 31, 2020. Join us in sending her well wishes, words of congratulations, or sharing with us a story about Carol Mapel. Due to increased COVID spread, cards can be sent to Carol at the Visitor Center or pick up the phone and giver her a call. Carol has seen the park transition from the Black Kettle Museum and downtown offices to the current facilities just west of Cheyenne. She has worked for four of…

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