What do cute animals, community art, and a children’s museum have in common?
(Wyoming) – They are all in the running to win $3,000 in Central Bank & Trust’s Community Contest. View their videos and vote at the bottom of this post.
The Lander Children’s Museum provides interactive, hands-on fun. Explore local geology, ranching, agriculture, and more. The engaging programs and exhibits invite the whole family to create, learn, and play together.
Our mission is to engage our community’s young people and adults in visual arts through quality exhibitions and learning opportunities that will support a strong arts community in Fremont County.
Black Dog Animal Rescue (BDAR), is Cheyenne’s only No-Kill animal shelter. We are a small organization run solely on a volunteer basis and funded entirely through donations. BDAR came into existence because of a strongly held belief by its founders. Namely, that no animals should be euthanized in shelters because of population restrictions or because of the length of time it may take to find a permanent home.
*Please Note: “Black Dog” is only part of our name – being a black dog is not a requirement to be rescued.
Paws For Life Animal League is a non-profit organization devoted to the welfare of companion animals. Our organization maintains the Animal Adoption Center for Riverton and makes every attempt to find a home for each adoptable animal.
CLICK HERE TO VOTE: http://woobox.com/y33wyv and they could win a $1000, $2000, or $3000 donation from Central Bank & Trust!
Whether it’s the thousands of dollars donated to various Wyoming organizations, or the countless hours their staff dedicates to volunteering; Central Bank & Trust is working towards a more beautiful Wyoming.
Want to watch more videos, or learn more about the good CB&T is doing in Wyoming? Visit: www.withwyoming.com
–Provided by Central Bank & Trust, a County10 Community Partner