CASPER, Wyo. — Casper’s Historic Preservation Commission is launching a unique way to remember Casper’s rich history. Their debut Christmas ornament, spotlighting Natrona County High School, hits the shelves at the Fort Caspar Museum. With only 500 crafted, these limited-edition pieces are a rare gift for local history buffs.
“Natrona County High School was chosen for its historical significance and ties to the roots of our community. NCHS is the Alma Mater for thousands of residents and is a huge part of Casper’s history,” said CHPC Chair Connie Hall.
Each year, the commission will spotlight a different local historical landmark. Funds from the ornaments’ sales not only help sustain this tradition but also aid homeowners and businesses in celebrating their properties’ historical roots with commemorative plaques.