Nominations are accepted year round.
The deadline is September 30th.
Or Mail / Deliver to:
Wyoming Tribune EagleAttn: LaShay Hernandez
702 W. Lincolnway
Cheyenne, WY 82001
– (o) 307.633.3161
Created in 1998 to promote the connection between the Tribune Eagle, community involvement and Cheyenne’s largest event, the award honors individuals who have volunteered their time and efforts to make Cheyenne a better place to live.
The award draws its inspiration from the creator of Frontier Days, Col. E.A. Slack, publisher of The Daily Sun-Leader, the predecessor of The Wyoming Tribune Eagle. Slack used his influence and his newspaper to build support for a community event that would draw visitors to the young town. By first gaining the support of other influential and dedicated citizens and then by using the Sun-Leader to promote the idea, Slack successfully pulled together the first Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo in September 1897.
A Wyoming Tribune Eagle committee.
The ideal candidate:
- Demonstrates long standing community involvement.
- Organizes others in the community for events and projects.
- Commits to projects lasting a significant period of time.
- Dedicates his or her time to several different programs every year, perhaps even sacrificing vacation time.
- Has made volunteer work an integral part of his or her life.
No, the nominee does not have to be a CFD volunteer
Either ask the nominee’s friends or family to help you or just provide as much information as possible.