Raffle helps center meet goal


October 17, 2019

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Those gathering to hear the news are from left to right: Ray Summa of Rocky Mountain Power and Tyson Tucker of Rocky Mountain Power, Craig Rood of Ciner, Irish Kreis of Golden Hour Senior Center, Ron Wild of Rocky Mountain Power and Randy Wendling, Sweetwater County commissioner.

Six local businesses came together to form a raffle that raised $6,000 for the Golden Hour Senior Center, to benefit the creation of a new technology center.

When Ron Wild of Rocky Mountain Power learned about the center's fundraiser, he reached out to his team for help. Ray Summa was inspired and came up with the idea to start a raffle. He purchased a 55" TV, a new HP Laptop and an Escape Day Spa gift certificate and received prizes donated from A Time To Breath Photography and Pineda's Kenpo Karate.

The community was inspired by Rumma's dedication and several others partnered with him to...

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