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THANK YOU to ALL of our VOLUNTEERS!

Thank You!

The Greeley Stampede is only possible thanks to the dedication and involvement of our volunteers. We cannot say thank you enough! Scroll down if you would like to learn more about the Wrangler organization and what is means to be a Greeley Stampede volunteer. 


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2017 Wranglers

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About the Wranglers

The Wranglers Inc. is a support group for the Greeley Stampede. The Wrangler organization started out as a handful of members in 1977 and currently has more than 300 active members.
The Wrangler organization is always looking for hard working individuals to help produce the Greeley Stampede. Wranglers must be 18 years of age, be willing to volunteer at least a few hours during Northern Colorado's largest event and be ready to become a part of the Wrangler family.
Members do not have to have a "country" background or livestock experience. In fact, rodeo is only one of the many areas that members volunteer to work. Wranglers help with security, parades, concessions, parking and night shows just to name a few of the areas. There is just about something for everyone.
For more information about the Stampede Wranglers email to: wranglers@greeleystampede.org.
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Wrangler Recruitment Video

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Wrangler Top Hand

Sharon Carbaugh

Sharon Carbaugh

2016 Top Hand 
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Each year the Greeley Stampede’s volunteer group the Wranglers honor a volunteer that has demonstrated exceptional dedication and outstanding service to be named Top Hand of the Year. This year, the Top Hand of the Year was awarded to Sharon Carbaugh.

With more than 250 members, the Wranglers are in charge of putting on one of the region’s largest and most recognizable western celebration. The group oversees everything that is involved with the Stampede including security, concessions, and the parade to name a few.

Sharon has undeniably been an asset to the Wranglers over the years with more than one hundred volunteer hours at the Stampede last year alone. A volunteer with the Wranglers for 16 years, Sharon has done it all including redesigning the Greeley Stampede’s mascots, Bucky and Bertha, outfits.

The Wranglers recognized Sharon as Top Hand of the Year during the annual Christmas party after being selected by a panel of peers. The Top Hand of the Year award is given to a Wrangler after each group selects a Wrangler of the Year for their respected area. Sharon was nominated from the Parades committee. Other Wranglers that were recognized include:

Brew Crew - Pat Seaton

Concessions - Rachel Wood

Demo Derby - Tracy Golightly

Grounds - Earl Henry

Hideout - Jeanne Griffin

Night Shows - Meghan Troudt

Parade - Sharon Carbaugh

Party Crew - Kellee Nolke

Riders - Kendra Betz

Rodeos - Brad Harmon & Joe Wasung

Kids Rodeo - Breezie Lynch

Security - James Cline

Guest Relations - Craig Bast

Spur Club/VIP - Randy Payne

"It’s always a pleasure to see our hard working volunteers get the well-deserved recognition from their peers," said John DeWitt, Wranglers General Chairman, "Sharon has been a longtime volunteer for the Stampede and we appreciate everything that she does!"

Sharon will be recognized during a rodeo at the 2017 Greeley Stampede. Along with her Top Hand of the Year award, Sharon will receive a custom made hat by Greeley Hat Works

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Volunteer Wellness Program

Brought to You By: Kaiser Permanente
The Volunteer Wellness Program provides water bottles, healthy snacks, and wellness information to all Stampede Wranglers. Additionally, complimentary pedometers provided by Kaiser Permanente will be given to volunteers to track their steps online during the 12-day event; the volunteer with the highest number of steps logged during the Greeley Stampede will win a grand prize sponsored by KP.
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2016-2017 Board Calendar

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