Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a $2500 grant check from U.S. Bank in Riverton on January 25th. This marks the sixth year that U.S. Bank has partnered with Habitat to support its' mission in Fremont County. The funding will go to support Build #20 in the Habitat history. Habitat is grateful for all of it's supporters throughout the community.
Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a $7500 grant from the Wyoming Community Foundation last week. This grant will go toward the current housing construction project which will benefit a low-income family in the area. The 19th build in Habitat's history will be located at the College Hills Subdivision west of Central Wyoming College.
Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a $1500 grant check from ConocoPhillips on March 18th. This marks almost a decade of support from CP to the Habitat project in Fremont County. Our thanks to their continued support.
Wind River Job Corps students install sheet rock on the most recent Habitat build located in the College Hills subdivision. WRJC students and Riverton High School Geometry in Construction students continue to work on the build with an estimated finish date of late spring.
The current build is the 19th house built by Habitat and is under the construction in the College Hills subdivision.
It's that time of year again. Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country will be hosting the 2019 Golf Scramble Fundraiser at the Lander Golf Course on Saturday, June 29 at 9:00 a.m. If you are interested in sponsoring a hole, sponsoring a prize or sponsoring a team, we want to hear from you. Hole sponsor sign up deadline is May 15th. Put together a team and come join the fun. For more information, see the flier at the left.
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