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    Grant-Kohrs Ranch

    National Historic Site Montana

Junior Ranger List

Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site Proudly Presents

2009 Junior Rangers

Grace H. - Hoover, AL
Katie H. - Hoover AL
Weston - Gilbert, AZ
Rachael - Gilbert, AZ
Nadia - Beijing, China
Annika - Beijing, China
Nicole - Beijing, China
Georgia - Durham, NC
Catherine - Durham, NC
Paul G. - Mountain Home, ID
Alaina G. - Mountain home, ID
Andrew - Orlando, FL
Michael - Orlando, FL
James - Orlando, FL
Lindsey W. - South Windsor, CT
Evan W. - South Windsor, CT
Isabel - Spokane, WA
Andrew - Spokane, WA
Megan - Shoreview, MN
Andrew - Wilton, CT
Teddy - Wilton, CT
Marilyn S. - Diamondhead, MS
Avery G. - Boulder, CO
Erin G. Boulder, CO
Sadie - Redmond, OR
Wilson - Redmond, OR
Megan S. - Whipbey Island, WA
Drew - Oak Park, CA
Stephen - Oak Park, CA
Jenna - Oak Park, CA
Daniel - Oak Park, CA
Aaron W. - Ramona, CA
Caleb - San Diego, CA
Josiah - San Diego, CA
Jacob - San Diego, CA
Joshua - San Diego, CA
Taylor P. - Maxwell, CA
Deanna B. - Littleton, CO
Kenneth B. - Littleton, CO
Heather B. - Littleton, CO
Stephen V. - Lutz, FL
Benjamin V. - Lutz, FL
Julio G. - Vienna, VA
Lena F. - Tacoma, WA
Bridey F. - Tacoma, WA
Ian - Lakewood, CO
Colin - Lakewood, CO
Rosie - Seattle, WA
Caleb - Seattle, WA
Colton - DeKalb, IL
Conor O'S - Coeur d' Alene, ID
Jordan O'S - Coeur d' Alene, ID
Kaitlyn D - Pahrump, NV
Makenzie H. - The Woodlands
Anna - Linwood, MN
Jenna - Linwood, MN
Maria - Linwood, MN
Emma - Linwood, MN
Amy F. - San Diego, CA
Tyler F. - San Diego, CA
Anne Marie - Helena, MT
Serena Gadrielle - San Diego, CA
Emma M. - Silver Spring, MD
Kate M. - Silver Spring, MD



Congratulations to all of our Junior Rangers! It is great that young people are willing to take the time to learn more about the parks and our environment. New Junior Rangers are always welcome. The challenges are tough, but the effort is what makes it worthwhile!

If you have completed the Grant-Kohrs Ranch Junior Rancher Program, but your name does not appear here, please let me know by e-mail.

Did You Know?

Working in the blacksmith shop.

The coal fire in the blacksmith shop may burn hotter than 2200 degrees, but that’s too hot for the iron. An inattentive blacksmith’s work can be destroyed if there are “too many irons in the fire.”