"One Person can make a difference, and everyone should try."
John F. Kennedy
Community Hall of Fame
The Town of Wheatland Community Hall of Fame has been established, is governed and supported by the Wheatland local Town Government, for the purpose of facilitating a community wide tradition of identifying, recognizing and celebrating citizens who contribute to the general benefit of the Wheatland community. There are two separate levels of citizen recognition defined within the context of the Town of Wheatland Community Hall of Fame:
Induction as a member of the Hall of Fame
Selection as a “Volunteer of Distinction”
Induction as a member to the Town of Wheatland Community Hall of Fame or being selected as a "Volunteer of Distinction" is expected to be an honor and distinction for those selected. The Hall of Fame is governed by the Town of Wheatland local Government intended to be supported by volunteers and funded by a combination of donations and sponsorships.
The Town of Wheatland Community Hall of Fame is intended to satisfy several prominent objectives, including the following:
Facilitating public engagement while promoting a positive community spirit.
Recognition and celebration of citizens in the community.
Alignment with local Town Government strategic plans and expressed desires of the Town of Wheatland Community.