Amercan Cancer Society
It Takes A Village Saturday, September 21, 2024 Greeley, CO


Saturday, September 21, 2024

Centennial Village Museum
1475 A St
Greeley, CO 80631

Island Grove Event Center
421 N 15th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631

Cattle Baron’s Ball is a fabulous, Western-themed gala celebrating 32 years in Northern Colorado, where over 1,000 cowboys and cowgirls will come together for an evening of good ole’ western fun and philanthropy!

The Cattle Baron’s Ball is a premier fundraising event, and for more than three decades the Northern Colorado Community has supported this event and the mission work of the American Cancer Society, raising over $11 million.

Grab your hat and dust off your boots for what promises to be a toe-tapping, knee-slapping, rip-roaring, kick up your heels good time to make a measurable difference in the fight against cancer.

2024 Entertainer - Collin Raye

24 Top Ten Records & 16 #1 Hits!

Northern Colorado Cattle Baron’s Ball is excited to announce that Collin Raye will be our entertainer this year! Collin has topped the charts with great songs such as “On the Verge”, “One Boy, One Girl”, “What the Heart Wants”, “Every Second”, “That Was a River”, “Anyone Else”, and “If I Were You”. Collin performed at Craig & Tara’s wedding a few years ago, so it is special to have him back to Cattle Baron’s Ball this year with them as our chairs.

2024 Emcee - Vic Lombardi

Vic Lombardi is a Television Studio Host for Altitude TV, a Radio Host for Altitude 950 and a 30-time Emmy Award winner. He is one of the most respected sports personalities in the country.

Craig & Tara have been to other non-profit events with Vic as the emcee, and look forward to seeing him connect with our Cattle Baron’s Ball attendees and helping us drive our fundraising and energy to a high level!

Evening Program

*schedule subject to change*

Hello Cattle Baron’s Ball Table Hosts!

You will receive an email reminder from GiveSmart to assign e-tickets to your guests. Assigning tickets to your guests ensures they receive an e-ticket and event communication. Both email and cell phone number is required to assign e-tickets, as well as noting any dietary restrictions.

If you need help, please read this guide.

Self check-in will once again be available before the event. Assigning an e-ticket and providing your guests’ email addresses and cell phone numbers ensures they will receive check-in text messages prior to the event, which will reduce their check-in wait time the night of the event.

Please assign tickets to your guests by Monday, September 9th 

Having issues? Please email Stephanie Banks-

Thank You to our Past Chairs for their Leadership Over the Years!

Past Event Chairs

Past Themes

Past Entertainers

It Takes a Village to End Cancer

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