Wyoming Horse Council updates contact information
Updated contact information for the Wyoming Horse Council Board of Directors:
District 1 – Laramie, Platte & Goshen counties:
Bill Gentle, 307-634-1743; firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy Horton, 307-331-0747; email@example.com
District 2 – Sweetwater, Carbon & Albany counties
Jack Settlemire, 307-742-7963; firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Burns, 307-742-2461; email@example.com
District 3 – Teton, Sublette, Lincoln & Uinta counties
Colleen Gillings, 307-886-3356; firstname.lastname@example.org
District 4 – Sheridan, Johnson & Campbell counties
Jim Purdy, 307-684-2403; email@example.com
District 5 – Park, Big Horn, Washakie & Hot Springs Counties
Deb Simpson, 307-527-4066; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill Smith, 307-864-5671; email@example.com
District 6 – Crook, Weston & Niobrara counties
Cindy Gruwell, 307-216-0313; firstname.lastname@example.org
Clara Wilson, 307-663-7655; email@example.com
District 7 – Converse, Natrona & Fremont counties
Rod Rivers, 307-856-9704, firstname.lastname@example.org
Barb Daniels, 307-358-4424, email@example.com
The purpose of the Wyoming Horse Council is to:
• To promote and protect the Wyoming equine industry.
• To monitor legislation and administrative decisions which would have an impact on the equine industry and/or horsemen.
• To provide an association of persons having a common interest in promoting the equine industry in Wyoming.
• To serve as a means of communication within the industry and spokesman to those outside the industry.
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