Membership is lifetime, and requires just a one-time fee of $100. Hall of Fame membership affords you inductee nominating and voting privileges, free admission to the museum, exclusive member news, and access to Hall of Fame events. Download the membership form below, and select the “$100 Basic Hall of Fame Membership” option to become a Basic Member.
Circle of Champions
Continue to support the Hall of Fame by becoming a member of the Circle of Champions! Circle of Champions membership is paid annually. The Circle of Champions offers three levels of support:
Hall of Fame membership is not required to participate in the yearly donation levels of the Circle of Champions.
Send completed Membership Form and payment (checks may be made out to the Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame) to: Hall of Fame, PO Box 609, Pendleton, OR 97801
Purchase a brick tile
Help us preserve the history and tradition of the Pendleton Round-Up & Happy Canyon by purchasing a brick tile. This is a wonderful opportunity for your family or business to become a part of this wonderful facility. A wall in the entrance of the facility displays these brick tiles as a thank you to everyone who has shown their support of the Hall of Fame and museum. Brick tiles cost just $100 and are engraved with up to three lines of letters. Each line can accommodate up to 15 letters. Your brick tile may be engraved with your name, family member name(s), business name or in memory of someone.
War Paint Bronze Statue Project
Be part of the nationwide effort to recognize the historic accomplishments of War Paint – Horse of the Decades – by becoming a donor to the War Paint Bronze Statue Project. War Paint will be honored with a 1.25 size bronze statue with planned placement in front of the Pendleton Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame museum. Appropriately landscaped, War Paint will look directly across the street to the world famous Pendleton Round-Up Arena where he was a crowd favorite. The statue will feature one of War Paint’s National Championship silver halters, a Casey Tibbs saddle made by Severe Brothers Saddlery and War Paint’s unique markings in various color tones of metal.
Click here to make a donation to the project, or download the donor form below.
Questions may be sent to email@example.com
War Paint Statue Project Donor Form/Brochure
Parker Foundation Donation Announcement