ROCK SPRINGS — Six families with sons in BSA Troop 86 are more prepared for an emergency because of their childrens’ participation in an emergency preparedness merit badge workshop. The workshop was conducted by counselor Vera Trefethen and committee member Jen Wiberg.
ROCK SPRINGS — Knitting, Christmas cards for veterans and crocheting projects were worked on during the Busy Hands section of the Woman’s Club of Rock Springs on Sept. 22 at 333 Broadway.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Woman’s Club of Rock Springs hosted its first meeting since February on Sept. 15 at Arthur Park with a bag lunch meeting. There was a great deal of business to catch up with as this was our first general meeting since that time due to COVID-19.
ROCK SPRINGS — Cooking, exploring, and knot tying were on the agenda on Sept. 11-12 when Scout BSA Troop 86 camped at the Pioneer Trails Picnic Area.
ROCK SPRINGS — Ashley E. Simpson earned a Program for Continuing Education grant from P.E.O. Chapter A.E. to aid with her completion of an electrical and instrumentation technology degree at Western Wyoming Community College.
ROCK SPRINGS — Epsilon Chapter of the International teachers’ organization Alpha Delta Kappa began its regularly scheduled monthly meetings on Aug. 29 at Arthur Park with a “Bring Your Own Breakfast” meeting. The event was conducted at the park in order encourage proper social distancing in …
ROCK SPRINGS — BSA Troop 86, led by Scoutmaster Nathan Riddle, conducted a court of honor on June 25 at Crossroads West County Park. The meeting, which was planned and conducted by Koen Asper, began with an opening prayer and flag ceremony.
ROCK SPRINGS — After a postponement due to COVID-19, the Woman’s Club of Rock Spring hosted a general meeting and a celebration of Mary Lou Henderson and her 50 years with Rock Springs Woman’s Club.
ROCK SPRINGS — Six members of the Woman’s Club of Rock Springs and two volunteers participated in the City Wide Spring Clean up on May 16, staying safe while practicing social distancing and gathering trash at exit 107. The city did not have its usual cleanup day due to the coronavirus but s…
ROCK SPRINGS — Scouts BSA Troop 86 took part in Rock Springs’ annual citywide cleanup on May 9. Practicing suggested social distancing measures, they collected 41 bags of litter in their assigned area and will return later to pick up more.
ROCK SPRINGS — Eight Boy Scouts began work on their coin collecting merit badges on Feb. 12 at the home of Vera Trefethen. Participants included Ty Corbett, Koen Asper, Logan Conover, Skyler Riddle, Hunter Murray, Adam Lemon, J.P. Sorensen and Elijah Goff.
ROCK SPRINGS — Allison Volcic helped members create decorative signs signifying when a relationship was established during Epsilon Chapter Alpha Delta Kappa’s March 7 meeting at the Stick to Your Guns craft studio. Volcic, owner of the studio helped members create decorative signs signifying…
FORT BRIDGER — The Jim Bridger District Winter Camporee and Klondike took place Feb. 28-29 at historic Fort Bridger. Forty-seven Scouts BSA and their leaders from Troops 8, 86, 70 and 307 of Rock Springs, Troop 312 of Green River, and Troop 357 of Evanston took part in the event.
ROCK SPRINGS — The P.E.O. Chapter AE asks members to bring something green in honor of St. Patrick's Day to the next meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church, 1515 Edgar St., Rock Springs.
SWEETWAER COUNTY — The Boy Scouts of America has gone through several significant changes in the last year, and is now ready to continue serving the youth of southwest Wyoming more effectively than ever.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Woman’s Club of Rock Springs is raising money to give back to the community for its 98th year. The club is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Wyoming.
ROCK SPRINGS — Michelle Krmpotich, assistant director of the White Mountain Library, was the guest speaker during the Woman’s Club of Rock Springs’ Garden Section meeting on March 3.
ROCK SPRINGS — The P.E.O. Chapter AE will will elect and install new officers as well as elect delegates to the state convention at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, at the First United Methodist Church, 1515 Edgar St., Rock Springs.
ROCK SPRINGS — Every year, nearly 4 million young people are served by Boys and Girls Clubs. To show their continued support in preparing today’s youth for a bright tomorrow, Ross Stores Inc. is partnering with Boys and Girls Clubs of America with a three-week program called Help Local Kids Learn.
ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce CEO Rick Lee addressed members of Epsilon Chapter Alpha Delta Kappa during their meeting on Feb. 1.
ROCK SPRINGS — P.E.O. Chapter BC of Rock Springs donated “blessing bags” to the Rock Springs Police Department and the Sweetwater Family Resource Center (SFRC) to provide for the homeless.
ROCK SPRINGS — Emmy Nielsen, in-home services director and dementia care certified DC-C/ACCS from Rock Springs Young at Heart, was the guest speaker during the general meeting of the Woman’s Club of Rock Springs.
ROCK SPRINGS — A month’s worth of collecting postal items that came in the mail and a meeting with merit badge counselor Ben Hansen culminated with seven Scouts completing the stamp collecting merit badge on Jan. 14.
ROCK SPRINGS — Eagle Scout Garen Pugmire received his Eagle Scout badge on Jan. 19. He also received a Bronze Palm for earning five merit badges beyond the 21 required. He earned his Eagle Award in Scout BSA Troop 55 sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
ROCK SPRINGS — Zachary Steven Croft received Scouting’s highest rank, the Eagle Award, on Jan. 19 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints White Mountain Building.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Literature section of the Woman’s Club of Rock Springs discussed the books they were reading on Jan. 14 at the Rock Springs Library.
ROCK SPRINGS — P.E.O. Chapter AE will conduct its first meeting of the year at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the First United Methodist Church, 1515 Edgar St., Rock Springs.
ROCK SPRINGS — BSA Troop 86 conducted its final court of honor on Jan. 5 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints White Mountain Building. The meeting marked the end of the troop being sponsored by the church. Awards were presented that had been earned in the last quarter of 2019.
ROCK SPRINGS — Sysser Duncan shared details about her travels in Vietnam during the program at the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa meeting on Jan. 4.