Briscoe County News June 25, 2014
The Comanchero Canyons Rendezvous was a success June 21, 2014 in Quitaque, with history enthusiasts coming from all over. Many people brought items to be examined by the volunteer historians and archaeologists, finding out things about their arrowheads and other treasures.
Volunteers included Dr. Paul Katz of Panhandle, Dr A.J. Taylor and Fred Oglesby of Albuquerque and Rick Day of White Flats. The professional archaeologists commented that this was a superior event to many that they have participated in.
Burgers and other goodies were served to around 100 people, and it seemed that everyone had a great time.
The building and exhibits are looking great, and you can see that the place is well on the way to opening up as a museum soon. Learn more or find out how to join in and help out at http://comancherocanyonsmuseum.com/
The Museum Board of Directors has worked very hard to put all the pieces of the Comanchero Canyons Museum in motion.