Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame to induct five new members
Five legendary Kansas cowboys will be honored for their contributions to the western life as they are inducted into the Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame in Dodge City.
The Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame will honor these five men at a ceremony to be held on Sept. 12, at 2 p.m., at Boot Hill Museum.
Each inductee represents a different area of the life of the cowboy: Working cowboy, Cowboy Historian, Cowboy Entertainer/Artist, Rodeo Cowboy and Rancher/Cattleman.
The Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame committee is happy to announce the 2009 inductees and their respective categories:
--Bill Barnes, Elkhart, Kan., Working Cowboy
--Harold Dawley, Dodge City Kan., Cowboy Historian
--H. Russell Moss, Coffeyville, Kan., Cowboy Entertainer/Artist
--Wayne Dunafon, Westmoreland, Kan., Rodeo Cowboy
--Duane Walker, Canton, Kan., Cattleman/Rancher
The seventh annual Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame Induction ceremony will be held at 2 p.m., Sept. 12, at the Boot Hill Museum complex in Dodge City. The Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame is a project of Boot Hill Museum Inc., and was developed to preserve and honor the life of the Kansas Cowboy.