Nancy Kramer: Thanks to ‘the village’ of Steamboat

I would like to extend my appreciation for the article the Steamboat Pilot & Today published last month, introducing the new Steamboat (More) Barn interpretive sign to our community.

As program coordinator of the Northwest Colorado Cultural Heritage Program and grant/project manager of this project, I believe it is also important to share what it takes to tell the story of our community’s special places and people. “It takes a village” can be overused phrase at time, yet in this case it really did take a village of folks.

Thank you to the following “village of folks” for monetary support, passion, dedication and talent to help to tell one of Steamboat Springs’ most important stories.

Funders: Routt County Museum and Heritage Fund, city of Steamboat Springs Community Support Art and Culture Coalition

Design: Jackie Noble, Noble Erickson Inc.

Research and content development: Arianthé Stettner and Nancy B. Kramer

Content development assistance and authentication: Tread of Pioneers Museum, Historic Routt County and Winnie Delliquadri, city of Steamboat Springs

Spanish translation: Lupita Benitez, Steamboat Springs

Frame fabrication: Kevin Nemec of Cactofab, Steamboat Springs

Panel fabrication: iZone Imaging

Content and photo contributions: Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., Steamboat Pilot & Today, Jim Temple by Jeff Temple and Rod Hanna

Installation: City of Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation team led by Jennifer Carey

Nancy Kramer

Steamboat Springs

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