Ranch Host Program
Ranch Hosts assist with education programs and special projects at the NRHC. They help bring the NRHC to life by enhancing learning opportunities available to visitors who come from throughout the United States and many foreign countries.
Ranch Hosts may serve as building docents and as participants in living history and educational programs, special events and projects, or other volunteer capacities. Membership is open to persons who volunteer their services, complete required training programs and are certified by the NRHC staff to carry out specific functions.
Two regular membership meetings are held each year, one in the spring (mandatory for new Ranch Hosts) and one in the fall. Officers of the Ranch Hosts board also may arrange additional training classes, meetings and field trips. To become a member of our award-winning Ranch Host program, please fill out our application and check the box that indicates your interest in the Ranch Host program. A member of the Ranch Host board will contact you after your application is processed.
* Volunteers must be 18 or accompanied by an adult.
Fill out the form below or download and print an application: Application PDF
Sign Ups Due for Candlelight
Friday, November 16th at 5:30PM
Candlelight at the Ranch Shortcourse
Tuesday, November 27th at 5:30PM
40th Annual Candlelight at the Ranch
Friday & Saturday, December 7th and 8th. 6PM to 9PM
Ranch Host Board Members
Mike West- President
Sheon Montgomery- Vice President
Patricia Herman- Secretary
Carol McDonald- Treasurer
Patricia McKay- Member-at-Large
Sylvia Pearson- Member-at-Large
Becky Poteet- Member-at-Large
Jack Mitchell- Member-at-Large
John Levacy- Ex-Officio President
The National Ranching Heritage Center has a clothing closet available to check out period clothing. Clothing checkouts are by appointment only. Contact Shelby Schwartz at 806-834-1225 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.