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I M P O R T A N T   D A T E S

Mar

15

For the official WRMA list of 2020 Finalists, click here:

 

We would like to extend our thanks and congratulations to all the poets, authors, publishers, and artists who entered. Both the number and the quality of entries this year are outstanding, and is a tribute not only to the continuing interest in the West and literature about it, but also to the the scholarship, insight, and skill of the researchers, writers, and storytellers who keep that interest alive and vital. This year was especially notable for the depth and virtuosity of the Western Fiction, with two dozen entries in that category alone. Once again, our thanks and admiration to all the wonderfully talented people who took the time and effort to enter. Thank you!

-Charles Williams, Executive Director

Will Rogers Medallion Award Committee

 

*For past winners who are ordering WRMA Medallion Stickers:

Please mail Charles Williams (7506 Silver Lake Drive; Rowlett, TX 75089 ) your request with the number of stickers desired and a check for $3.50 for every 10 stickers ordered (please order in increments of ten).

*Be sure to visit Joe Ownby Photography to view and order photographs from the 2019 Award Ceremony: 

https://ownbeyphotography.shootproof.com/gallery/WRMA-2019/

OCT 23-25

Mark your calendars for the 2020 Will Rogers Medallion Awards! (More information to come.)

N E W S

Executive Director Charles Williams is proud to announce the Internal Revenue Service official approval of 501(c)(3) non-profit status for The Will Rogers Medallion Award Committee.

The host hotel for the Awards is the La Quinta, 4700 North Fwy in Ft. Worth.   817-222-2888

Official Photographer- Joe Ownbey -  www.ownbeyphotography.com

O F F I C I A L   H O M E   P A G E

"A man only learns by two things: one is reading, and the other is association with smarter people."—Will Rogers

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