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Chamber Events..................... 7 CSO Board & Staff................... 8 Note from the President.......... 9 Music Director...................... 12
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2017 - 2018 EXPERIENCE THE PASSION September 23, 2017
January 27, 2018
WILLIAMS The Cowboys Overture
Our Town Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo
Symphonette No. 2
Rhapsody in Blue Hyperion Knight, piano
September 24, 2017
Hausmusik I Wyoming Hereford Ranch Residence Hyperion Knight, piano
October 28, 2017
Family Matinee Spooktacular & Symphony Spooktacular BACH/STOKOWSKI Toccata in D Minor
Night on Bald Mountain *SAINT-SAËNS Danse Macabre Stacy Lesartre, violin
Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
This is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas
Music from Spider-Man *STRAUSS Death and Transfiguration
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice *Evening Performance Only
December 9, 2017
Holiday Magic Holiday Pops Concert featuring All–City Children’s Chorus, Cheyenne Chamber Singers & En Avant Dance Studio
BRITTEN Soirées Musicales
Andantino from Concerto for Flute, Harp and Orchestra Ysmael Reyes, flute & Tonya Jilling, harp
Concierto Pastoral for Flute and Orchestra Ysmael Reyes, flute
Three Cornered Hat Ballet Suite No. 1
February 11, 2018
Hausmusik II Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Conservatory Synesthesia
March 10, 2018
Brahms and Beethoven BRAHMS Violin Concerto Michael Ludwig, violin
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
Symphony No. 8
April 28, 2018
Pathétique SMETANA The Moldau GILBERTSON Trumpet Concerto Brandon Ridenour, trumpet TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 6, “Pathétique” May 24, 2018
Baroque in the Barn Wyoming Hereford Ranch Sale Barn CSO Chamber Players
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Hausmusik I: Hyperion Knight, piano Hosted by: Sloan & Anna Marie Hales Hyperion was born in Berkeley, California and graduated at age 19 from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. By the age of 22 he had received both a Master’s degree and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, and he was awarded the Arthur Loesser Prize upon graduation. The Sensible Sound called his Gershwin “nothing short of astonishing.” This Hausmusik concert will be held inside the main residence at the breathtaking Wyoming Hereford Ranch. February 11, 2018 • 2 p.m.
Hausmusik II: Synesthesia
Sponsored by: Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Experience a “union of the senses” in a beautiful garden setting! This concert is set at Cheyenne’s beautiful new Botanic Gardens Conservatory, where you’ll enjoy the eclectic sounds of Synesthesia. This chamber music group, performing a wide-range of styles, is made up of a unique blend of instruments: Flute/Tin Whistle/Melodica, Clarinet/Bass Clarinet, Electric/Acoustic Cello and Harp. May 24, 2018 • 6:30 p.m.
Baroque in the Barn
Hosted by: Sloan & Anna Marie Hales Join us in the Wyoming Hereford Ranch Sale Barn for one of the CSO’s most beloved chamber music programs! This wonderful evening includes an authentic western Chuck Wagon-style dinner, and music performed by the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players.
CSO BOARD AND STAFF Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Executive Committee Anne Lucas – President Sheila Bush – President Elect Ann Adragna Norwood – Secretary Jim Dinneen – Treasurer Stephen Schmerge – Past President Gregory C. Dyekman Anna Marie Hales
Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Board Members Jasper Chen Karl Cline Ibby Davis Rick Davis Dirk Dijkstal Mick Finnegan
Paula Gordinier Renée Middleton Myra Monfort Ila Roper Jessica Schneider Jenny Wacker Dana Metzke - CSO Foundation (not pictured) William Runyan - Orchestra Representative (not pictured)
Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Staff William Intriligator - Music Director & Conductor Lindsey Bird Reynolds - Executive Director Christine Pelletier - Patron Services, Edu. Coordinator, & Music Librarian Christian Cherek – Director of Marketing & Development (not pictured) Allyson Fleck – Orchestra Manager (not pictured) Michele Lazarus - Cover Conductor (not pictured) Jeffrey Hickman - Steward (not pictured) 8
NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT On behalf of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors, I would like to welcome you, and thank you for joining us for the 20172018 season. Since 1954, the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra has shared the exceptional talents of skilled and gifted musicians to sellout crowds – and this year is no exception! The performances we have planned promise to deliver a memorable experience that you are certain to enjoy, highlighted by a celebration of Cheyenne’s 150th anniversary, a Halloween-themed concert, Baroque in the Barn, and many other audience and orchestra favorites. We are excited to offer a tenth concert outside of our traditional repertoire – a family-oriented matinee in conjunction with our October Symphony Spooktacular performance. The family–friendly matinee concept was introduced in our 2016-2017 season as part of our community outreach initiative, and was met with great success. We are thrilled to be able to share the joy of orchestral music with new audiences in addition to our longstanding patrons. The CSO is honored to have Maestro William Intriligator continuing to lead the Orchestra this season. Under his leadership, the Orchestra has pushed boundaries and delivered an outstanding product and experience for our audience. Thank you to William, the musicians, and the staff for your dedication to excellence. We believe that there is an inherent cultural and economic value in a vibrant arts community in Cheyenne and the surrounding areas. In addition to our concert series, we strive to support and grow the appreciation for the arts through our outreach and education programs. As a patron and supporter of the arts in Cheyenne, I would ask and encourage you to share the experience of attending a concert or one of our other events with your friends and family – they are sure to thank you for the introduction. Finally, and most importantly, we would like to thank you, our audience, for your ongoing patronage of the CSO. The delivery of world class orchestral performances would not be possible without your support through ticket sales, gala attendance, annual fund and adopt a musician donations, corporate sponsorships and guest artist underwriters. Your generosity has allowed this remarkable organization to grow and flourish, and will continue to do so for years to come. We look forward to sharing the experience of this extraordinary season with you all!
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MUSIC DIRECTOR & CONDUCTOR Dr. William Intriligator A dynamic and passionate presence on the podium, William Intriligator currently serves as Music Director and Conductor of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra in Wyoming and the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra in Iowa. Maestro Intriligatorâ€™s innovative programming, artistic leadership, and community collaborations have lead to great growth and success for both these orchestras. Originally from Santa Monica, California, Intriligator earned many accolades and honors as an oboist and graduated with highest honors in music from Princeton University. He then studied conducting in France and Germany and was Assistant Conductor of the Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra. He returned to the U.S. to earn his masters and doctoral degrees in orchestral conducting at the University of Minnesota, where he conducted a full production of Mozartâ€™s The Magic Flute at age 23. During his years training in Minnesota, Intriligator was on the conducting staff of the Minnesota Orchestra, where he led that orchestra in youth concerts and new music readings, as well as assisting with subscription concerts and national tours. He was also an Assistant Conductor of the Minnesota Opera and a guest conductor of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, leading that orchestra for five seasons in educational concerts, family concerts, regional tours, and concerts of new music. Intriligator was a conducting fellow at the Aspen Music Festival for two summers and also attended the Pierre Monteux School for Conductors. As a guest conductor, he has conducted many distinguished orchestras across the country, including those of Honolulu, Houston, Minnesota, Richmond, Saint Paul, Savannah, Syracuse, and Tulsa. Last April, he made his European debut conducting the Orchestra Metropolitana di Bari in Italy. After the tremendous success of that concert, he was immediately re-engaged to conduct more performances with the orchestra in June. Intriligator resides in Dubuque with his wife Lisa and their four sons.
NOTE FROM THE MAESTRO Dear Friends, Welcome to another season of great music with the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra! I’m so excited. We have fantastic concerts scheduled all season long! We will be honoring the 150th anniversary of Cheyenne in September. We will show you that orchestras “invented” scary Halloween music in late October. In January, we will host a musical soirée with an overabundance of great melodies to intoxicate you. In March, we will perform much-loved classics by Beethoven, Brahms, and Vaughan Williams; and in April we will present a new trumpet concerto along with audience favorites by Tchaikovsky and Smetana. We will also ring in the “happiest time of the year” with a December holiday concert in collaboration with the Cheyenne Chamber Singers, the All-City Children’s Chorus, and the En Avant Dance Studio. This season, we once again end the season with our signature chamber music event, “Baroque in the Barn.” All season long, you will marvel at the virtuosity of our orchestra players and featured soloists. We are so lucky to have such a great orchestra here in Cheyenne! Thank you for attending our concerts and supporting the arts in our community! We pledge to meet or exceed your expectations and give you passionate and inspiring performances every time. Sincerely,
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Come Enhance Your Concert Experience! One hour before each Masterpiece Series concert Maestro Intriligator will present Classic Conversations, a unique musical experience in which he shares insights about the evening’s performance. The conductor may also be joined by the guest artist. The maestro will play recorded excerpts from the music that will be performed that evening, point out what the audience should listen for, give historical context in which the music was composed, and discuss the meaning behind the music. This information greatly adds to one’s appreciation and understanding of the performance. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions and make comments about the performance. We also invite you to read the program notes, which contain relevant biographical information about the composer, and other historical information about the music. Classic Conversations is a very popular event, which is demonstrated by the fact that the number of attendees has greatly increased through the years. Many concert-goers are convinced they enjoy the programs more by attending these sessions. An additional presentation, which takes place at noon on the Friday before each concert at Laramie County Library, is sponsored by all our Business Partners. Maestro Intriligator presents Lunch and Learn Classic Conversations, an informal and informative hour of musical conversation. This program is free and open to everyone, whether or not they have a concert ticket. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about the upcoming concert music that will be played, and have any questions answered. All are encouraged to bring lunch and a friend.
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SYMPHONY COURTESIES Whether this is your first concert, or you are a seasoned veteran, you may have questions about the symphony atmosphere. Here are some frequently asked questions to help make your experience more enjoyable. When do I clap? Many works in classical music have three or more movements or sections. A short pause usually falls between each of them. It has become customary over time not to clap during these short pauses. After the last movement, applaud to your heart’s content. Still unsure? Don’t applaud until the Maestro faces the audience. May I bring electronics? Cell phones, pagers, and electronics should be turned off or set on vibrate before entering the theatre. Please contact the house manager before entering the theatre if emergency notification may be required. Please refrain from texting as it is distracting to other concert-goers. May I take pictures? No cell phone pictures and videos, or recording devices of any kind are permitted at any CSO performance unless prior permission is obtained from the symphony. Musical chairs? There may be empty seats around you during the concert. These seats likely belong to someone, and as a courtesy to these people and those around them, please do not sit in any seats that appear to be unoccupied. Are there accommodations for disabled patrons? Handicapped parking is available in the parking garage next to the Civic Center, and curb-to-seat assistance is available upon request at the box office. Handicapped seating is offered on the main floor. Patrons with oxygen tanks are urged to use quiet, continuous flow models if at all possible. Hearing impaired devices may be obtained at the box office. What if I arrive late or need to leave early? We recommend that you try to arrive no later than fifteen minutes before the concert is scheduled to begin. If you arrive after the concert has started, there are designated pauses between each piece. Unfortunately, some concerts have no late seating. If you have to leave before the end of the concert, please do so between program works. What’s in the air? Perfume and colognes can be enchanting, but the person next to you may be asthmatic or allergic. Please save those lovely aromas for less crowded areas, or go lightly with them. How’s my attire? Most concert-goers dress in business or business casual clothing. Some patrons will be a little more formal, while others might prefer to be a little more casual; it’s your choice.
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Who are Symphony Friends? What do they do? The answers are as diverse as the CSO’s audience. But on its ymphony simplest level, the “Friends” are CSO volunteers who contribute riends their time, talent and energy to promote the Cheyenne Symphony. The Friends focus on outreach and hospitality by welcoming guests at each concert and fielding questions from newcomers about upcoming events. We also produce marketing and advertising materials such as the Tempo Magazine, a newsletter promoting each CSO concert. We bake cookies, house musicians during winter storms and provide transportation for guest artists. We also represent the CSO at events such as Superday, where we share information about next season’s lineup with the public. In July of 2016 the Friends hosted their first ever fundraiser for the symphony, a French-inspired wine-tasting event held at the Nagle-Warren Mansion. In 2017 the Friends hosted an Italian-inspired fundraiser at Little America. Spearheaded by member Wendy Owen, both events were an enormous success and went a long way to achieving the fundraising goal set by the Friends. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in volunteer work on behalf of the Cheyenne Symphony. The Friends meet on the last Thursday of the month at 5:30pm in a meeting room at the Laramie County Public Library. To join, or for more information, visit our table in the lobby, check out our Facebook page and our page on the CSO website, or call the office during business hours, at 307-778-8561.
Symphony Friends Stephen Schmerge - President Terry Ball, Chuck & Julia Burke, Denise Dijkstal, Jim Dinneen*, Bill Dubois, Trudy Eisele, Robert & Barb Fecht, Mick Finnegan*, Nick Fuerst, Dwight & Kathy Giorgis, Paula Gordinier*, Mary Guthrie, Anna Marie Hales*, Vic Lisek, Kim Lovett, Toma Nisbet, Sharon Novick, Jim & Phyllis O’Connor, Kathy Muller Ogle, Lucie Osborn, Wendy Owen, Toni Rogers, Bob & Barb Ruegge, Marshall Smith, Jerry & Pat Swan *CSO Board Liaisons
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The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra would like to extend its deepest gratitude for the generous support of the Elizabeth Tolerton Estate. Elizabeth Tolerton (1922-2013) was a highly respected dance teacher in Cheyenne for almost 55 years. Mrs. Tolerton began her dance career as a child in Germany; she met and married her husband Jess Tolerton during the US occupation of Germany following World War II. She began teaching dance lessons in Laramie, while Mr. Tolerton attended law school at the University of Wyoming. In 1952, the Tolertons moved to Cheyenne, with Elizabeth opening the Tolerton School of Ballet and Jess soon becoming a Municipal Judge. Over the course of more than five decades the Tolertons were supporters of all facets of performing arts in Cheyenne. The Tolertons believed in giving back to their community by donating freely of their time, talent, and treasure. In addition to running her dance school, Mrs. Tolerton Click click the bills are choreographed for numerous local productions including the paid Cheyenne Little Theater, the Cheyenne Melodrama, Laramie County Community College, and state beauty pageants. She was the chaperone for many years for the Miss Wyoming pageant, accompanying Miss Wyoming around the country and to Atlantic City. Elizabeth taught cotillion classes in cities from Billings, Montana You can pay your bills online with our to Colorado Springs, but the Tolertons never took any of their success for online banking services. You can set granted. They worked continuously to insurepayments, that schedule thosebills living in Cheyenne up automatic advance of and more. clickAs the members of the would have exposure to the greater inworld the Click arts. bills are paid. Cheyenne Patrons of the Dance they worked to bring the finest professional Think small. Bank smart. dance performances to Cheyenne and arranged master classes for local Pay bills online. students. They were generous in their support of the Cheyenne Little Theater and the Cheyenne Symphony long before the Symphony attained professional status.
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EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH “Giving the Gift of Music” Programs More than 20 years ago, as the only professional performing arts organization in southern Wyoming, CSO embraced the opportunity to help educate youth and adults in the Cheyenne area. CSO’s educational programs are, in our budget class, among the most highly-developed in the nation according to industry studies. Our success is due to a strong network of dedicated staff, volunteers and a rare depth of collaboration with local teachers and administration. CSO’s educational programs include:
“It’s a GAS” (Guest Artists in the Schools) Students are motivated, inspired, and taught the virtue of discipline by guest artists visiting the classroom. Listening to and interacting with a professional artist helps students develop criteria for evaluating and achieving successful performances.
“YES!” (Youth Educational Symphony) CSO’s annual YES! Concerts bring 5-6th grade students from LCSD #1 and #2, parochial, private and home-schooled students to the Civic Center for 2 performances. Junior high and high school orchestra students also attend the concerts. CSO creates and distributes supporting educational materials to teachers prior to the event.
“It’s COOL” (Conductor of the Orchestra Leads) The conductor visits K-college music, band, and orchestra classes. Teaching students the importance of choosing an instrument they love to play and making it fun has been the priority of the Maestro’s visits. The conductor conveys lessons learned from sticking with an instrument through school and the value of those skills later in life. The conductor often provides feed-back on their performance, helping them to achieve greater musical results. CSO Music Director and Conductor William Intriligator teaches local students.
“Take a SEAT” (Students Enjoy a Ticket) This program allows young people to attend CSO concerts. Nearly 600 free tickets are distributed throughout the season to area music students. CSO also raises funds to subsidize concert admission for students and Matinee concert tickets are subsidized even further—$5 for students and $10 for adults—to encourage entire families to attend a kid-friendly concert with accessible repertoire and pre-concert activities, helping to nurture a new generation of concert-goers. “FUSE” (Fine Arts Unlocking Student Excellence) Recent research shows that skills developed in the music classroom can help students to achieve in other areas. FUSE programs reach students outside the music classroom and help them to make connections across the disciplines. Participants in these program and their families are invited to attend the concert at no cost. Art in Music – 8th–12th graders are challenged to create works of art inspired by music performed by CSO. Student art is displayed each January at the Civic Center. CSO recruits adjudicators with expertise in the field, who select winners and present prizes on stage at CSO’s January concert. Music in Words – CSO’s writing contest asks 3rd–4th grade students to write a creative response to music from one of the concerts. The submissions are displayed at the Civic Center during the March concert for the audience to enjoy. Winners are acknowledged on stage and Amazing sculpture created by printed in the program. local High School student for the 2017 Art in Music Program.
Musical Instrument Petting Zoo CSO provides an opportunity for younger children to see, touch, and even try the instruments of the orchestra. Instruments are provided by Niemann Music, and in partnership with local high school music programs, volunteer musicians demonstrate the instruments. A petting zoo is included in the family matinee pre-concert activities, and at other events throughout the year, such as the Musical Story Time at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, Paul Smith’s Children’s Village, reaching Pre–K–3rd grade students. Students try out instruments at the 2017 Movie Music Matinee with the help of local high school musicians.
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FOUNDATION Don’t wait until you get to Heaven to hear beautiful music! If you treasure the music of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra, please help ensure the Symphony’s grand performances will continue now and into the future. Please consider making a gift to the Cheyenne Symphony Foundation Permanent Endowment which provides grant support for the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra. Earnings from the Endowment support Orchestra performances and its educational and community outreach programs. Only a portion of the Endowment earnings are distributed each year, the rest reinvested for future growth. Because of the support of many caring donors, the growth of the Foundation Endowment has enabled the Foundation to grant critically needed funding. Such wonderful support is made possible solely through the generous gifts from those who love the Symphony’s music. Your gift, whether in the form of cash, stocks or bonds, through your will, living trust or other options, will help assure the viability of the Orchestra, and can help you realize significant tax savings. The Foundation will be pleased to work with you to set up the transfer of any asset you choose to gift. Gifts of $1,000 or more will be formally recognized on the Foundation’s “Sound Investment” donor recognition wall display located in the Cheyenne Civic Center. At the time of publication, the following Foundation supporters, through their generous gifts, have helped provide a lasting musical and educational legacy now and in the future. The Foundation thanks these visionary individuals. For more information on how you can make a difference by gifting to the Foundation, contact the CSO office at 307-778-8561 or contact any Foundation Board member.
Cheyenne Symphony Foundation Mission The Cheyenne Symphony Foundation, a non-profit corporation, is operated exclusively for the benefit of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra. The Foundation’s purpose is to establish a permanent endowment to provide grant support to ensure the continuance of the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra.
Cheyenne Symphony Foundation Board Dana Metzke, President John Metzke, Treasurer Brandi Monger Robert Nelson Guido Pagnacco
FOUNDATION Maestro Club Gifts of $100,000 and above Anthony G. and Barbara Andrikopoulos Mary Jo Carson Mark Carson Family Roma and Joe Gronenthal Trusts Mrs. Irene Adamson White Estate
Grand Arpeggio Club Gifts of $20,000–$99,999 Hedy and Attilio Bedont Attilio W. Bedont Family Trust Credit Bureau Services of Cheyenne In Memory of Klair Fowler John and Liv Hanes June N. Trudeau Forever Rest in Peace, PJT Safecard Services, Inc.
Symphony Club Gifts of $10,000–$19,999 Mrs. Jacqueline Ferrall Dr. Sloan and Mrs. Anna Marie Hales Stan and Mary Hartman Earl and Carol Kabeiseman Will and Judy Kallal John and Dana Metzke Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Oakes John and Mary Ostlund Willard H. Pennoyer, MD Drs. Robert Prentice and Sandra Surbrugg, Cheyenne Skin Clinic, PC Walter Scott Foundation The Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Wyoming State Legislature
Philharmonic Club Gifts of $5,000–$9,999 Anonymous Friend Mrs. Phyllis Atchison-Equality Angus Ranch In Memory of Patricia Baggs, from her many friends Dr. and Mrs. R.J. Davis Etchepare Family Foundation Jim and Jane Forbes Mr. and Mrs. James A. Helzer 36
Investment Brokerage Group, Raymond James Financial Services Charitable Partners Program In Memory of Mary Mead In Memory of Warren J. Oakes, from his many friends Mrs. Warren J. Oakes, in Memory of Warren J. Oakes Mrs. Dorothy Schwartz In Memory of Mr. William W. St. Clair, from his many friends
Chamber Club Gifts of $2,500–$4,999 Fred Baggs Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Carlton Friends in Memory of Albert Helzer Dr. and Mrs. Donald Hunton Mrs. Herbert Read, in Memory of Herbert W. Read Keith and Bobbi Richardson, Sierra Trading Post Mr. and Mrs. William W. St. Clair
Ensemble Club Gifts of $1,000–$2,499 Col. (Ret.) Gerald M. and Kathleen K. Adams Anonymous Friend Jim and Lynn Applegate Dr. and Mrs. L.W. Barlow In Memory of Mrs. Sally Barlow, from her many friends Father Carl A. Beavers Jacqueline Brimmer Boice Arline Cohen-Harris Corning Incorporated Foundation Matching Gift Program Mrs. L.H. Deaver William R. Dubois, III Frontier Refining, Inc. Mrs. Lorraine Garvalia, in Memory of Fred Garvalia Doris Gronenthal, in Memory of Jack and Gary Dr. Amy Gruber Hirst Applegate, P.C. Theodore and Nina Belle Hoy Joan and Dick Hughes
FOUNDATION Dr. Donald Hunton, in Memory of Jean Hunton Pete and Chloe Illoway Dr. and Mrs. William T. Kane George and Mary McIlvaine Dr. and Mrs. Larry Meuli Mrs. Warren J. Oakes Duane and Joan Olesen Suzanne and Jack Preiss Teno Roncalio Mike and Tori Rosenthal and family Lillian Rusk Lynn E. Rust, in Memory of Kristi L. Rust Barbara and S. Frederick Seymour Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. See Drs. David and Martha Silver Mrs. Tina St. Clair, in Loving Memory of Mr. William W. St. Clair Kiyo Suyematsu, in Memory of Ellen Crowley Suyematsu Mrs. Dorothy Schwartz, in Memory of Marvin Schwartz Taco John’s International Union Pacific Resources, Inc. David and Dorothy Weaver Foundation, in Memory of William W. St. Clair Eric and Maida Wedell Edna White Janet Whitehead James and Paula Willms Wyoming Community Foundation Lawrence and Jennifer Wolfe
Concerto Club Gifts of $500–$999 Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar Sally F. Barlow, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Susan Cohen Don and Vanda Edington Dr. John and Donna Esmay Ken and Yolanda Erickson John Heywood Joan and Dick Hughes, in Memory of William W. St. Clair Henry and Nancy Kuivila, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari Dr. Robert and Elizabeth Lanier
Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. McCleery Dr. Theodore and Mrs. Anne McCoy Mrs. Glenn Parker Dick and Betty Standiford Mrs. Betsy Taggart Thyra G. Thomson Union Pacific Resources US WEST Foundation Matching Gift Program Friends in Memory of Van Winkle Dr. Ron and Mrs. Carol Waeckerlin Wyoming Tribune Eagle
Overture Club Gifts up to $500 Accredited Investors, Inc., in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Billie LM Addleman and Brandi Monger Lorin and JoAnne Anderson, in Memory of Susan Cohen Anonymous Friend Anonymous Friend Mrs. Marjorie Appleton, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Mrs. Sena Albee James and Nadine Amen Dr. Rodney and Mrs. Sue Anderson, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Jim and Lynn Applegate, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Mrs. Glen Bachman Fred Baggs and Linda Wilson, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Fred Baggs and Linda Wilson, in Memory of Mrs. Viola Wallace Richard and Susan Balzer Dr. and Mrs. James W. Barber Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Barlow Dr. and Mrs. L.W. Barlow Mrs. O. Wendell Bassford Bob and Jeanne Bates John and Tsai Beckman Mr. and Mrs. William Besselievre Kathryn Bibee Stewart Blunk Jacqueline P.B. Boice, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Jacqueline Boice, in Memory of Fred Baggs 37
FOUNDATION Jacqueline Boice, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Renee A. Bovee Larry and Beverly Bowman, in Memory of Fred Baggs Diane C. Boyer Maurice Brown, Town & Country Supermarket Liquors Lane Buchannan Mrs. Charles D. Carey, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Mike and Addie Ceballos Dan and Leah Allegretti, in Memory of Fred Baggs Aspen Park Townhouse Association, in Memory of Fred Baggs Robert and LaDonna Chalstrom Patricia Chitty Mr. Chris Christensen Susan Cohen, in Memory of Mrs. Bette Cohen Susan Cohen, in Memory of William J. Dinneen, Jr. Susan Cohen, in Memory of Fred Baggs Arline Cohen-Harris, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Arline Cohen-Harris, in Memory of Dr. Jerry Preston Arline Cohen-Harris, in Memory of Barbara Johnston Patrick and Marilyn Collins Mrs. Maxine Cooper Rhoda M. Cramer Mrs. Paul Crane Ellen Crowley Kevin and Paulette Daugherty Dr. and Mrs. Rick Davis, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Dr. and Mrs. Rick Davis, in Memory of Fred Baggs Dr. and Mrs. Rick Davis, in Memory of Dr. Dirk Dijkstal Dr. and Mrs. Rick Davis, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Brenda and William Dean Friends in Memory of Clem Deaver Donna W. Dereemer and the Dereemer Family, in Memory of William J. Dinneen, Jr. 38
Mrs. L.H. Deaver, in Memory of Dorothy M. Johnson Mrs. L.H. Deaver, in Memory of Fred Baggs Dwight and Ann Decker, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Travis Deti Robert and Annette Dillard, in Memory of Fred Baggs Bill and Marietta Dinneen, in Honor of Fred Baggs and Linda Wilson Bill and Marietta Dinneen, in Honor of Dr. Sloan and Anna Marie Hales James and Ray Fleming Dinneen, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Marietta Dinneen, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari Marietta Dinneen, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Downtown Development Authority Equitable Life Assurance Society Dr. and Mrs. John Esmay, in Memory of Henry Tsumagari, M.D. John Etchepare, in Memory of Fred Baggs Mr. and Mrs. David Evans Mrs. Jacqueline Ferrall, in Memory of Glenn Neilsen Mrs. Jacqueline Ferrall, in Memory of Olive Neilsen Rick Flood Bonnie Fransen Gregory Gecowets Cynthia A. Givens, in Memory of Ted Hoy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gleif Jack and Donna Glode Lakhman and Pravina Gondalia Mrs. John B. Gramlich Cynthia Chace Gray and Frederick and Patricia Supper Foundation Greg and Patti Greenlee Dr. Amy Gruber, in Memory of Fred Baggs Joe and Phyllis Gruber Mary Bell Guthrie Byron and Beverly Hacker Jim and Marcy Headstream
FOUNDATION James A. and Mary Helzer, in Memory of Attilio Bedont Mary Helzer, in Memory of Fred Baggs Dan and Judy Hinkle Judy Hinkle, in Memory of Fred Baggs Carol A. Holland Mrs. Bernie Horton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hudson Joan and Dick Hughes, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Dr. Donald Hunton, in Memory of Fred Baggs Donald and Jane Iverson, in Memory of Fred Baggs Donald and Jane Iverson, in Memory of Carleen Williams Jane Iverson, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Col Donald and Mrs. Patricia Joder, in Memory of Fred Baggs Col Donald and Mrs. Patricia Joder, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Judge and Mrs. Alan B. Johnson Dorothy M. Johnson Col. and Mrs. Merle Johnson Wayne and Patricia Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Ted Johnston, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones Mary Ellen Jurenka, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Frank and Mary Ellen Jurenka Dr. and Mrs. William T. Kane, in Memory of Jim Orr Steve and Nancy Kaufman Maxine Keefe Robert and Sandra Kidd Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kirkbride Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kirkbride Dr. Duane and Joanna Kline Dr. Duane and Joanna Kline, in Honor of Barbara Owens Robert and Eva Knight Col. (Ret.) and Mrs John Konopisos, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Mrs. Evelyn B. Korber Rose Krysl
Mary J. Kuehster Ruthann Kuhlman, in Memory of Fred Baggs April Brimmer Kunz Brent Kunz Marcy and Keith Lamberson Mr. and Mrs. James Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. LaPorte Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Lawler Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Lawler, in Memory of Attilio Bedont Alma Ljunglin Dr. and Mrs. Richard Loughry Brian and Kim Lovett Joe and Cindy Marek, in Memory of Fred Baggs Dr. and Mrs. Richard McCleery, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari Dr. and Mrs. Ted McCoy, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Dr. and Mrs. Ted McCoy, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari L. Michael and Janice McCraken, in Memory of Fred Baggs McGee, Hearne & Paiz, LLP Linda McGuire, in Memory of Fred Baggs Mrs. Howard Mellblom Vanelda Mellblom, in Memory of Fred Baggs Art and Mildred Mercer Dr. Arthur and Carol Merrill John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Jim Orr John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Julie Diller John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of William G. Walton John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Mrs. Ruth Powers John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Mrs. Hedy Bedont John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Angela Bird John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Fred Baggs John and Dana Metzke, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton 39
FOUNDATION Heather Michaels Bill and Kim Mill Peg and R. Walter Miller Peg and R. Walt Miller, in Memory of N. June Thode Mr. and Mrs. John Moran Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nichols Phil Noble and Lynn Birleffi Elizabeth Oakes, in Memory of William J. Dinneen, Jr. Irene Oakes, in Memory of Fred Baggs Francis and Phyllis Oâ€™Conner, in Memory of Dr. Don Hunton and Dr. Eric Wedell Ed Patrick, in Memory of Wendy E. Baur Robert Phillips Peter and Delores Poremba, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow Drs. Robert Prentice and Sandra Surbrugg, in Memory of Fred Baggs Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Preston Ruby O. Preston, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari Louise Raimondi E. Thomas Ricord and Kathie Selden Wayne and Gabriele Roads Mrs. Selma Rosenberg Avis Rostron Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowland Mary J. Rugwell-Richard and Jean Russell Frances Sailor Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sansonetti Mr. Nels Sostron Jacques and Frances Schalch George and Laura Scherr Mrs. Kay Schliske Jennifer R. Schutzenhofer Charles and Susan Seniawsky Emily Sieger Smith & Wesson, in Memory of Mrs. Hedy Bedont Margaret E. Smith, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari Bill and Vickie Stark Christina D. St. Clair, in Memory of Fred Baggs Mr. and Mrs. William W. St. Clair, in Memory of Dr. L.W. Barlow 40
Mrs. Ruth Storey, in Memory of Dorothy Johnson Mrs. Ruth Storey, in Memory of Fred Baggs Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stoughton June Thode Thyra Thomson, in Memory of Forest Stewart Blunk Walter and Patricia Throgmorton Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Carol Toft, in Memory of Lily Y. Tsumagari Lenord, Mildred, Gayle and Judy Treber, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Leo Tsimbinos William and Wavis Twyford G. John and Margaret Veta Dennis and Dianne Wallace Robert and Pauline Ware Maida Wedell, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Leigh West Leigh West, in Honor of Mark Russell Smith Leigh West, in Honor of Betsy Taggart Leigh West, in Honor of Stephen Alltop Western Vista Federal Credit Union, in Memory of Fred Baggs Alvin Wiederspahn and Cynthia Lummis, in Memory of Attilio Bedont Daniel White and Diane McInerney White, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Chuck and Jo Dell Wing, in Memory of Dr. Donald Hunton Janet L. Williams Dr. and Mrs. Russell Williams, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Russell Williams, Jr., in Memory of Fred Baggs Dr. Russell and Mrs. Barbara Williams, Jr., in Memory of Bob and Mary Ann Marek Jim and Paula Willms, in Memory of Fred Baggs Richard and Rhoda Cramer Wright Kenneth Yamada, in Memory of Fred Baggs Cliff and Karen Zeller
elson Museum of the West & Manitou Galleries
“Preserving The Past For The Future” is the affirmation of The Nelson Museum of the West, located in the heart of downtown Cheyenne. 11,000 feet of display space showcase some of the finest Western art and sculpture, Cowboy and Native American collectibles, and Military displays in the country. Listed as a “gem attraction” by AAA Travel, the Museum also features taxidermy displays from around the world. Open 9 am-4:30 pm Mon-Fri, May-September Mon-Sat, June, July & August 1714 Carey Avenue (307) 635-7670
Please visit our website at www.NelsonMuseum.org for information about the Museum and its charitable arm- “The Dreamcatcher Fund”, committed to furthering education in the fields of Art and History. Please visit www.MilitaryMemorialMuseum.org for a comprehensive chronicle of the Military segment of the Nelson Museum. Recent acquisitions have advanced the collection to a National level in honoring our past and active service men and women.
anitou Galleries is located just across the street from the Nelson Museum and specializes in Western art & sculpture and Indian & Cowboy collectibles. In addition, we conduct a major art and collectibles auction in March of each year, celebrating our 31st annual show & sale in 2018. 1715 Carey Avenue (307) 635-0019 www.MarchInMontana.com Manitou Galleries, Santa Fe www.ManitouGalleries.com
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Cheyenne Little Theatre Players
2017-2018 Season: Order tickets at:
COMED Y E RROR S OF
Directed by: Mary Hall Sept. 22-24 Sept. 28-Oct.1 Oct. 6-8 Mary Godfrey Playhouse
Directed by: Jocelyn Petersen November 10-12, 16-19 Mary Godfrey Playhouse
A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts Directed by: Heidi Teasley December 1-3, 7-10, 15-17 Atlas Theatre (Dinner Theatre on Saturdays Only)
A CHILDREN’S SHOW
Directed by: Jason Gilbert February 9-11, 15-18, 23-25 Mary Godfrey Playhouse
(307) 638-6543 cheyennelittletheatre.org A MYSTERY
Directed by: John & Brenda Lyttle April 6-8, 12-15, 20-22 Atlas Theatre (Dinner Theatre on Saturdays Only)
Directed by: Karis Rowley May 4-6, 10-13, 18-20 Mary Godfrey Playhouse
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2017 FORD F-150
2017 LINCOLN MKX
THE DRIVE! CHEYENNE
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2017 TOYOTA RAV4
2017 FORD ESCAPE
2017 HYUNDAI TUCSON
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Published on Sep 14, 2017