1609 Donald Ave, Ponca City, OK 7460

Official site of the historic 101 Ranch
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President Bill Balcer
Stillwater, OK

Vice President
Kenneth Evans

Secretary-Treasurer Joe Glaser
Ponca City, OK


Velma Falconer
Ponca City, OK
Janice Mothes
Newkirk, OK
Rochelle Kelley
Marland, OK
Richard Whiting
Ponca City, OK
Jerry Jansma
Ponca City, OK
Desiree Michaelson
Ponca City, OK
James Hopkins
Ponca City, OK
Jim Brown
Michael Wallis
Tulsa, OK
Jack Keathly
Ponca City, OK
John D. Cooper, Sr.
Stroud, OK
Advisory Committee
Jim Miller
Joe Miller
Museum Committee
Jerry Jansma
Joe Glaser
James Hopkins


In October work by Dr. Bob Palmer (www.muralsbypalmer.com) began on the new mural commemorating the 101 Ranch and the Miller brothers. Today all that remains of the once western empire is owned by the 101 Ranch Old Timers Association.


Oklahoma State Representative Ken Luttrell also received a special ceremonial blanket in recognition of his help in the completion of the 101 Ranch mural.



Toward the end of the project, left to right, OTA member Burton Brant, OTA Sec/Treasurer Joe Glaser, artists Lisa Quishenberry, Sharon McCoy, Dr. Bob Palmer, artists Scott Henderson, Jim Memoli, OTA VP Al Ritter, and Steve Bookout, from Pioneer Vo-tech of Ponca City, who helped coordinate meals and lodging for the artists.

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Member of the national Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, petite lady with a big voice Wanda Jackson provided her support for preservation of the 101 Ranch and the proposed Ranch mural for downtown Ponca City, OK.



Popular cowboy singer and poet, Michael Martin Murphy
(www.michaelmartinmurphey.com) recently took time out from his touring schedule to visit the 101 Ranch headquarters site and Monument Hill, featuring the grave site of legendary African American cowboy Bill Pickett.



Pretty little Becky Hobbs, originally from Bartlesville, Oklahoma gave her full endorsement of preservation efforts of the 101 Ranch Old Timers Association and the new downtown mural. A song writer and C&W singer Ms. Hobbs (www.beckyhobbs.com) now resides in Nashville..