There were 361 visitors in January and 427 in February. Those visitors bought some new products from our park store, specifically two new shirts. One is made from RePreve – plastic bottles recycled into yarn! This shirt follows the conservation and preservation philosophy of the National Park Service (NPS). It promotes sound environmental principles in keeping with NPS efforts to reduce waste and promote sustainability. Other relatively new items are tokens- collectibles found at most other NPS sites. We have two: Washita is designed with a horse on one side, and the glyphs symbolic of Custer, an oak leaf, and…

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MEETING…Cheyenne City Manager Nehemiah Yager was the guest speaker at the Sorosis Club Meeting on Monday, March 20, 2023. Yager spoke about the grants the

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