The Spaulding Collection
In lieu of our Pancake Breakfast event, we are sold this magnificent collection.
Since 1977, the Wagon Days Pancake Breakfast has been a community tradition and an important fundraiser for local nonprofit Papoose Club. Founded in 1954, Papoose Club is a volunteer organization that supports youth-oriented groups in the Wood River Valley through fundraising activities and community events. With the monies it raises, Papoose Club donates more than $30,000 annually to academic, athletic, and social programs that benefit local children.
Because of COVID-19, Papoose Club has decided to put the Pancake Breakfast on hold for another year. While the cancellation of the event is a blow to the organization’s fundraising efforts—the Pancake Breakfast typically nets more than $10,000 from the two-day event—Papoose Club has a unique opportunity this year to recoup these funds.
Wood River Valley locals David and Renae Spaulding recently donated to Papoose Club a 19-piece original framed collection of Wagon Days posters. The group plans to sell this magnificent collection and use funds from the sale to make up for the lost revenue of the Pancake Breakfast. MORE INFO