The Desert Caballeros Western Museum is proud to announce the winner of the 2nd Annual Elizabeth Hudson Smith Award, Betty Watt. She will formally receive the award during the Cowgirl Up! Western Women of Distinction Luncheon.
A well-known figure in Wickenburg, Watt embodies the qualities for which the award was created, leading by example and inspiring other women to further the Western spirit. Watt’s dedication to giving back to her community started long before moving to Wickenburg; in Colorado Springs, she served on the Board of Directors with the Colorado Springs YMCA/USO, Colorado Springs Community Trust Fund, Pikes Peak Community Trust Fund, Colorado Springs Junior League, El Paso County 4-H Council, Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association Foundation, Workout Unlimited of Colorado Springs, United Way of Colorado Springs, and became the first woman ever to serve on the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Board.
Cowgirl Up! Western Women of Distinction Luncheon on April 11, 2022. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with the luncheon starting at 12 noon in the Cultural Crossroads Learning Center.
The keynote speaker will be Meredith Dunlap-Sterret, senior vice president, Northern AZ Regional Manager at National Bank Of Arizona.
Keynote sponsor is National Bank Of Arizona.
This event is now sold out.