Updates From the Living History Association

Congratulations to LHA President, Warren Wright!

“The City of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department recently recognized Warren Wright for an annual volunteer recognition award for his many contributions to Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site. Warren’s passion for preserving the history of the Pikes Peak region comes through with his many hours of dedication supporting projects, programs and fundraising in his role as President of the Rock Ledge Ranch Living History Association. This award recognizes Warren’s accomplishments in his first year in this role and we look forward to our ongoing collaboration. Thank you Warren for your continued support and passion for Rock Ledge Ranch!”

-John Stark, Garden of the Gods Manager Parks, Recreation & Cultural Service

“Warren has made a tremendous impact during his short tenure as president of the Living History Association. He has such a positive, humble and can-do personality that people naturally want to get involved with things that he deems important. He is constantly talking to visitors at Rock Ledge Ranch about what a great place this is and that they should become members of the LHA and more often than not they sign a membership card. Warren is always willing to help out at the Ranch even when it isn’t one of his duties. When I related to him the need for the General Store storage area to be insulated and drywalled, Warren took it upon himself to get it done. And he did just that. So it was a very easy decision to nominate Warren Wright for an annual volunteer recognition award. Congratulations Warren!”

-Andy Morris, Ranch Manager

“John, thank you and the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department for recognizing my volunteer contributions at Rock Ledge Ranch. I am very honored and humbled to receive the award this year on behalf of Rock Ledge Ranch. I thank Andy Morris, Parks Operation Administrator, for placing my name into the nomination process.

Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site volunteers are individuals who share a love for history, as well as a love for the land and the buildings upon which our history unfolded over the past centuries. It is this group of volunteers who daily make the history come “alive” to our visitors and constituents. I thank all of them for making Rock Ledge Ranch an outstanding living history museum. I am very proud to be a part of the Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site.”

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