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Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation

Rangerette Alumni

The Pikes Peak Rangerettes are celebrating 60th years and that calls for a Celebration!  The Alumni Committee is on a mission to track down the 100's of alumni and create a historical record book of their membership and to honor alumni at the 60th anniversary celebration on Saturday, July 15th at 3PM, during Rodeo.  

Keep up with the details.  First, add your name to the registry and fill out your member profile, so we can stay connected.  Second, sign up for the 60th Anniversary Celebration (registration opens 1 June).  If you are a current member of the Rangerette Alumni Registry, please click here to update your profile.

Join the Rangerette Alumni Registry and become a member of over 900 community members that are dedicated to helping you stay connected to your western heritage.   The Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation (Latigo) offers programs to foster connections among all members, while providing special benefits for members to thank them for their support.

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Three ways the PPRR Foundation supports Western Heritage & The Cowboy Way in the youth of the Pikes Peak Region.

 We're a charitable foundation that is tax exempt under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service.  


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To instill the core values of The Cowboy Way in the youth of our community through exposure, mentoring and leadership in equestrian and agricultural activities.


Sisterhood: a common term used to describe sororities, religious groups, and of course traveling pants; however, this term has a deeper meaning for the young women involved in the Pikes Peak Rangerette Drill Team. While some girls start at the ripe, young age of twelve, I did not begin my journey until age fifteen. I spent many years prior to my membership of this group as an active participant in...  Read full story here. 

Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation | PO Box 758, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 | 813.240.4215 | emily@atlatigo.com | www.atlatigo.com

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