NIOBRARA – The Niobrara County Cattlewomen cel- ebrated their Christmas party on December 13 with mem- bers and a guest speaker, the president of the Wyoming Cattlewomen, Tani Wohlbrandt. The stated goal of the Niobrara County Cattlewomen has been the positive promotion of beef.
Tis the season to be shopping for friends and family! And, there was no shortage of homemade crafts, cuisines, and other holiday items at the Niobrara County Christmas Bazaar on Friday and Saturday. Sponsored by the Niobrara County Homemakers, this annual holiday event allows sundry vendors to display and sell their wares at the local Fairgrounds. According to Homemakers Secretary and Chairwoman of the Bazaar Donna Hanson, the event began in 1986 and, with the exception of the dark years of the pandemic, has grown ever since. On average, the Bazaar draws between 60 and 70 vendors every holiday season. Hanson stated that Lusk has always enthusiastically embraced this beloved Christmas tradition.
Via Wyoming News Exchange