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Women Who Serve

Stepping up for Northern Colorado's Largest Festival, The Greeley Stampede

Article by Brittany Bisceglia

Photography by Tiara Rose Photography

Originally published in Windsor City Lifestyle

When it comes to serving and volunteering, the women of The Greeley Stampede are a team.  Bringing knowledge and experience from several different realms, they do what they love, together! 

Denise Finning is the Sign Language Concert Interpreter, but she doesn't do it alone! " I have an amazing partner, Renee Cyr.  We spend months, from the time the concerts are announced until the concert, listening to the bands' music, looking up and practicing signs we may not know so we can convey our own best performance for the Deaf community!"

When asked what she loves most about volunteering, Julie Jensen, General Chairwoman says, "The people, it may sound cliche but it TRULY is one of the most amazing parts of it!  You meet so many people from all walks of life and it is life-changing! "

Jackie Reider- Hospitality Chair would tell someone curious about volunteering to,  "Get involved! You don't have to volunteer every day of the event. Any participation helps!" 

Jen Baiamonte, the Group Parties Chairman began volunteering for the Greeley Stampede after observing how well it operated.  "I've been attending the Stampede for a long time and seeing the way the Committee and volunteers support each other made me want to be a part of it, too!"

  • Jen Baiamonte, Group Parties Chairman
  • Denise Finning, Sign Language Concert Interpreter
  • Jackie Reider, Hospitality Chair
  • Julie Jensen, General Chairwoman