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Wind River Heritage Center works on museum site

Feb 16, 2012 Staff

Contributions are accumulating toward establishing a permanent home for the colorful western-themed wax museum display now under the stewardship by the Wind ...


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Devon Energy is among the contributors to fund a permanent structure to house the Smith Foundation Wax Museum in Riverton. Devon donated $1,000 to the cause. Pictured with a temporary setup of one of the museum displays when the donation was made were, from left, Darlene Raymond, Bill Skelton and Gary Hoesel of Devon, along with Lew Diehl of the Wind River Heritage Center, which has possession of the museum's components. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Devon Energy is among the contributors to fund a permanent structure to house the Smith Foundation Wax Museum in Riverton. Devon donated $1,000 to the cause. Pictured with a temporary setup of one of the museum displays when the donation was made were, from left, Darlene Raymond, Bill Skelton and Gary Hoesel of Devon, along with Lew Diehl of the Wind River Heritage Center, which has possession of the museum's components. Photo by Wayne Nicholls


Devon Energy is among the contributors to fund a permanent structure to house the Smith Foundation Wax Museum in Riverton. Devon donated $1,000 to the cause. Pictured with a temporary setup of one of the museum displays when the donation was made were, from left, Darlene Raymond, Bill Skelton and Gary Hoesel of Devon, along with Lew Diehl of the Wind River Heritage Center, which has possession of the museum's components. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Devon Energy is among the contributors to fund a permanent structure to house the Smith Foundation Wax Museum in Riverton. Devon donated $1,000 to the cause. Pictured with a temporary setup of one of the museum displays when the donation was made were, from left, Darlene Raymond, Bill Skelton and Gary Hoesel of Devon, along with Lew Diehl of the Wind River Heritage Center, which has possession of the museum's components. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

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