Yes, we are open. Open for visitors and open to ideas. Although we are congressionally legislated to promote the understanding of the attack at the Washita, how can we provide services and programming that follows this mandate while supporting the needs of our community?Is it camps and hands on activities for youth? Social events like lectures, symposiums, and craft workshops? What gaps can the park fill in, or help others to complete their work? We want to be an integral part of this community. At the same time, we want to become a destination for visitors who then spend their…

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Fun Times

FUN TIMES…Emmy Schmidt, Portia Whipkey and Lafaye Hohbein work on crafts on Saturday during the Chamber Craft Show. The cards and pictures were donated to the Sorosis Club Christmas Food Baskets project.

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GIVING…Cheyenne Sorosis Club members met at the Ag Pavilion Monday to finalize plans for the Christmas Food Baskets. Thirty-seven baskets will be handed out on Thursday.

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