Cowboy Bar and The Wort pledge $50k to veterans memorial

JACKSON, Wyo. — Silver Dollar Inc. President and GM, Jim Waldrop announced yesterday that the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar and The Wort Hotel have pledged $50,000 to the Veteran’s Memorial Committee for the rebuild of the commemorative monument on the town square.

The pledge is expected to provide significant financial progress towards the reconstruction of the Veteran’s Memorial in the center of Jackson’s Town Square.

Waldrop said, “This community has been very good to us and we simply want to give back. Honoring our local veterans is very important to our community and our country, we are proud to support their legacy.”

The project is spearheaded by American Legion Post 43 and their fundraising committee consisting of veterans and distinguished citizens Bruce Hawtin, Ed Liebzeit and T.R. Pierce.

“We are amazed by the generosity of this community and this gift personifies that by honoring our deserved veterans, thank you Wort Hotel and Million Dollar Cowboy Bar,” Hawtin said.

The Veteran’s Memorial is scheduled to be unveiled in Jackson’s Town Square on Memorial Day, May 25, 2020.

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