2020 Texas CattleWoman of the Year
Cindy Dunn of Wichita Falls Area CattleWomen was named the 2020 CattleWoman of the Year Saturday, October 3rd during the annual Fall Meeting held that was held virtually. As an Outstanding CattleWoman Cindy has chaired the Beef Education Committee. Her energy and resources have made her an amazing asset for the WFACW organization, helping with the 2019 TCW Fall Meeting. Some of the projects she has created are the “Moo or False” trivia contest on the Texoma Homepage and Channel 3 TV. This beef education and promotion event had 6988 entries and 12,304 hits on the website. Prizes were given out weekly with a Grand Prize of a $500 Gift Certificate for beef with 50% donated by Troy Collier of Texas BEst BBQ and 50% funded by the Beef Checkoff. Cindy also expanded the WFACW participation in Extension 4-H programs where she serves as a club leader in Iowa Park. Cindy was instrumental in the design and acquisition of pop up banners for the chapter. She is responsible for the chapter’s inventory of Texas Beef Council materials for all events, always checking to be sure the latest information is on hand and available. By working to align herself with the right people Cindy was able to acquire monthly article space in the North Texas Farm and Ranch Magazine and they started off with a bang a full page article entitled CattleWomen Work for the Betterment of Industry. She is a smiling face with an open heart and serves the cattle industry and CattleWomen with the highest of intentions. She is truly the “Energizer Bunny” of Wichita Falls Area CattleWomen. Cindy’s beautiful Pin was designed and crafted by Michael Tittor of Tittor’s Buckles and Spurs.
2019 Lifetime Achievement Awards
Doris Koehne of Brenham received the Texas CattleWomen Lifetime Achievement Award in Fort Worth during the 2019 Spring Convention. Doris has been a member of Washington County CattleWomen and Texas CattleWomen since 1971, during these 48 years as a member she has served as President and Treasurer of her local chapter but has also served as President of the state organization. Doris is not only heavily involved with CattleWomen but plays an active role in many other community and church organizations. Congratulations Doris!
Pictured with Doris are daughter, Leslie Mount; granddaughter, Skylar Mohr; and great granddaughter, Piper Mohr.