Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Wolf Creek Wrangle Results

1)Steve Lipetzky 1:40:53
2)Mark Conrad 1:49:36
3)Patrick Schilling 1:51:47
4)John Ogle 1:52:44
5)Josh Port 1:52:55
6)Tim McNicholas 1:54:00
7)Andy Hall 1:59:09
8)Robert Bishop 2:01:24
9) Mark Kami 2:03:02
10)Robert Smith 2:09:41
11)Cody Sinclair 2:12:46
12)Wendell Robison 2:19:05
13)Geoff Scott 2:22:59
14)Michael Rogers 2:29:42
15)Jack Fritz 2:35:21
16)Jeff Foral 2:39:12
17)Bob Gates 2:44:17

1)Keri McMeans 1:50:57
2)Betsy Bialon 1:55:55
3)Emily Betzler 2:10:27
4)Sarah Jo Sinclair 2:12:46
5)Amelia Baures 2:14:52
6)Amanda Cummins 2:16:19
7)Christina Lipetzky 2:29:59
8)Carrie Haderlie 2:32:04
9)Stacie Coe 2:34:12
10)Michele Fritz 2:35:21
11)Melissa Johns 2:39:00

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

ReStore Auction Item

This storage bench, designed and constructed by Steve Bourne, is made from a cabinet door and other recycled materials. It is currently up for auction at the ReStore. Stop by Thursday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to bid!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Another amazing donation from Wells Fargo!

Wells Fargo has donated $15,000 to Habitat for Humanity to help build a home for a Sheridan family. This makes the second $15,000 contribution Wells Fargo has made to Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns (HFHEB) in the past year. In addition, Wells Fargo team members will spend more than 100 volunteer hours on the new home located at 1644 Parker Ave.

"The American dream of homeownership is alive and well in Sheridan. We’re pleased to join forces with Habitat for Humanity to do our part to make this dream a reality for a local family,” said Anthony Spiegelberg, market president for Wells Fargo in Sheridan. “By creating more quality, affordable housing that adds to the number of local homeowners and strengthens our community, we all win.”

About $5,000 of the donation is being used to help make the home more environmentally friendly by incorporating many energy-efficient features. The new home will have energy-efficient appliances, Blueboard insulation, an insulated foundation, a 95 percent efficiency furnace with a heat pump producing long-term energy savings, and double-paned windows.

“We appreciate Wells Fargo stepping up to the plate again with this generous donation of money and manpower,” said Jessica Lindsley, executive director for HFHEB. “Community partnerships such as this go a long way to making our local efforts that much stronger.”

Anthony Tarver, Wells Fargo business relationship manager, is coordinating the volunteer effort for the 2011 project which begins on May 15, 2011. The home is expected to be completed in July.

Since 2006, Wells Fargo has invested more than $140,000 to Habitat for Humanity projects across Wyoming.

The Wells Fargo Housing Foundation was created to provide permanent solutions to homeownership needs in Wells Fargo communities nationwide. Through the volunteerism of Wells Fargo team members, more than 2,500 homes have been built or renovated through the Housing Foundation since its inception in 1993. The Housing Foundation is funded by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage.