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Happy New Year, and thank you for your support!
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2015 is a year for Celebration!  The Alliance for Historic Wyoming, founded in 2005, is celebrating ten years of protecting Wyoming's historic places and spaces.  We're excited to engage with our members and supporters, and want to know what you want to see from us this year. 

Scheduling has just begun for a year full of Unbarred events, This Place Matters preservation workshops, and other gatherings to celebrate Wyoming's cultural resources.  If you have a great idea for a tour or workshop you would enjoy, or other comments on the Alliance's work, please let us know.  We love engaging with Wyoming's communities and helping them solve their preservation challenges. 
Thank you to all of our donors and supporters for helping us during our End-of-Year fundraising and membership drive.  You've heard from us a lot in the past few months, and we want to remind you how grateful we are for you.  Your time and money help us to support preservation programming around the state, including commenting on proposed projects impacting cultural resources, fighting to save historic schools, Historic Architecture Assistance Fund grants, Unbarred tours, and more. Thank you for being a critical part of protecting Wyoming's historic places and spaces!  
The Quebec #1 Missile Alert Facility may be Wyoming's newest State Historic Site.  The US Air Force is required to dismantle the Peacekeeper Missile sites, but may keep one for "interpretive and educational purposes,"  The Quebec #1 site is 25 miles north of Cheyenne.  To support this effort, contact your legislators about voting in favor of SF0005 which would provide for the site becoming a unique State Historic Site.  More information can be found at our website.
Our website is being overhauled!  Normally the Alliance is all about keeping things historic, but that just doesn't apply when it comes to our website.  We're adding content, moving things around, and improving navigation.  Please excuse our mess while we do so!  A huge thank you to Vice President Brie Blasi who has taken charge, and our website designer Ball Advertising.


Interested in becoming an AHW member?  Memberships start at just $20 a year and come with benefits like a quarterly newsletter, admission to Unbarred events, and notifications of preservation challenges in your area.  All gifts to AHW are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. 
Join Beth King with the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office in Gillette for a meeting regarding the newest Historic Mine Trail and Byway Route.  Learn more about the significance of historic coal mining resources in Campbell County and how to share them.  The meeting will be held at the Campbell County Public Library in the Wyoming Room at 5:30 pm on January 21.  For more information, contact Beth at 777-6179.  This is a great resource for exploring Wyoming's energy history!
We've switched electronic mailing services!  This process has its share of glitches, so please bear with us as we sort out our mailing lists, newsletter timing, etc.  Comments or questions?  Write us a note!
You can now support AHW with each Amazon purchase! 
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