|Executive Board||Member||Phone Number|
|Deputy Sheriff||Susan Walker||(509)-466-6416|
|Post Storekeeper||John Richards||(509)-448-3730|
|Program Deputy||Polly Kaczmarek||(509)-455-5524|
|Program Deputy||Ed Kaczmarek||(509)-455-5524|
|Chuck Wranglers||Al Bendle||(509)-466-3564|
|Chuck Wranglers||Ann Fackenthall||(509)-466-3564|
|Editorial Committee||Duane Broyles||(509)-921-0677|
|Editorial Committee||Lynn Wells||(509)-467-2571|
|Editorial Committee||Doris Woodward||(509)-456-7553|
|Membership Deputy||Tom Cooney||(509)-991-8065|
|Recording Secretary||Barbara Leiss||(509)-276-5927|
|Stage Coach Driver||Dick Jensen||(509)-747-1335|
|Cyber Slinger||Penny Hutten||(509)-276-0135|
|Town Crier||Richard Sola||(509)-939-3984|
Pictures of Westerners Members
MISSION STATEMENT OF SPOKANE WESTERNERS CORRAL
To bring together in warm fellowship men and women with a common interest and zeal for discovering and sharing their knowledge and understanding of the Pacific Northwest.
WHAT WE DO
Westerners encourage the preservation of history through publications, awards, archival records, documents and other evidence of the Old West. There are more than 130 chapters, called corrals, around the world, the first one being organized in Chicago in 1944. The historic Spokane Westerners
Corral was organized in 1955 as the seventh such group to form. 2020 will make the Spokane Westerners Corral 65th Anniversary of service and historic fellowship.
The Spokane Corral meets on the second Thursday evening of each month, except July and August, for dinner, a presentation of some aspect of our interesting local history, and an opportunity to meet with other like-minded friends and neighbors. Meetings are currently on Zoom because of Covid-19. When the pandemic is over we will meet at Corbin Center for dinner and a presentation will begin at 7:00 PM.
During the Pandemic we will be meeting on Zoom and the URL for the meeting will be posted before the second Thursday of each month.
Membership is not necessary to enjoy an evening or two with the Westerners, but for yearly dues of $40 ($50 for a couple) members not only enjoy ten fascinating programs a year but a subscription to the organization’s periodical Pacific Northwesterner. Members often contribute programs and articles For more information on meetings and membership, call Membership Deputy Tom Cooney (509) 991-8065.