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The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West who have displayed extraordinary courage in their trailblazing efforts, will honor the 2016 National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Inductees at the 41st annual induction ceremony. This year’s inductee class includes a Western sculptor and painter from Colorado, an Arizona rancher and philanthropist, Hereford cattle rancher dedicated to preserving Jewish history in Texas, and a skilled trick rider from California.

The 2016 inductees are:

  • Veryl Goodnight
  • Marilyn Williams Harris
  • Frances Rosenthal Kallison
  • Pat North Ommert

The National Cowgirl Hall of Fame selection process is rigorous and lengthy. Out of a competitive list, which consistently grows with each new nomination, only four or five successful candidates per calendar year are honored with the prestigious distinction of becoming a National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Inductee. The Hall of Fame is grouped into several categories including: artists and writers, champions and competitive performers, contributors to the cowgirl legacy, entertainers, ranchers (stewards of land and livestock), and trailblazers and pioneers. Since 1975, over 220 women have been inducted.

The Induction luncheon and ceremony is the largest event for the Hall of Fame, and draws approximately 700-1,000 attendees each year. The event will kick off with the opening of vendor booths and a champagne reception followed by the induction luncheon and ceremony.

For ticket information, please contact Emmy Lou Prescott at emmylou@cowgirl.net or call 817-509-8965. 

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West who have displayed extraordinary courage in their trailblazing efforts, will honor the 2016 National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Inductees at the 41st annual induction ceremony. This year’s inductee class includes a Western sculptor and painter from Colorado, an Arizona rancher and philanthropist, Hereford cattle rancher dedicated to preserving Jewish history in Texas, and a skilled trick rider from California.

The 2016 inductees are:

  • Veryl Goodnight
  • Marilyn Williams Harris
  • Frances Rosenthal Kallison
  • Pat North Ommert

The National Cowgirl Hall of Fame selection process is rigorous and lengthy. Out of a competitive list, which consistently grows with each new nomination, only four or five successful candidates per calendar year are honored with the prestigious distinction of becoming a National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Inductee. The Hall of Fame is grouped into several categories including: artists and writers, champions and competitive performers, contributors to the cowgirl legacy, entertainers, ranchers (stewards of land and livestock), and trailblazers and pioneers. Since 1975, over 220 women have been inducted.

The Induction luncheon and ceremony is the largest event for the Hall of Fame, and draws approximately 700-1,000 attendees each year. The event will kick off with the opening of vendor booths and a champagne reception followed by the induction luncheon and ceremony.

For ticket information, please contact Emmy Lou Prescott at emmylou@cowgirl.net or call 817-509-8965.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West who have displayed extraordinary courage in their trailblazing efforts, will honor the 2016 National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Inductees at the 41st annual induction ceremony. This year’s inductee class includes a Western sculptor and painter from Colorado, an Arizona rancher and philanthropist, Hereford cattle rancher dedicated to preserving Jewish history in Texas, and a skilled trick rider from California.

The 2016 inductees are:

  • Veryl Goodnight
  • Marilyn Williams Harris
  • Frances Rosenthal Kallison
  • Pat North Ommert

The National Cowgirl Hall of Fame selection process is rigorous and lengthy. Out of a competitive list, which consistently grows with each new nomination, only four or five successful candidates per calendar year are honored with the prestigious distinction of becoming a National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Inductee. The Hall of Fame is grouped into several categories including: artists and writers, champions and competitive performers, contributors to the cowgirl legacy, entertainers, ranchers (stewards of land and livestock), and trailblazers and pioneers. Since 1975, over 220 women have been inducted.

The Induction luncheon and ceremony is the largest event for the Hall of Fame, and draws approximately 700-1,000 attendees each year. The event will kick off with the opening of vendor booths and a champagne reception followed by the induction luncheon and ceremony.

For ticket information, please contact Emmy Lou Prescott at emmylou@cowgirl.net or call 817-509-8965.

WHEN

WHERE

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
1720 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.cowgirl.net/hall-of-fame/

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