Finding ways to give back to the community

 

September 28, 2023

Photo courtesy of Steve Core

Parks and Recreation Director Katie Duncombe receives a check from Ron Wild with Rocky Mountain Power.

Local businesses have recently been finding ways to give back to the community.

Courtesy photo

Pictured from left to right are Tim Buman and Ken Johnson with White Mountain Lumber and Rental and Michell Walton with the Food Bank.

Thanks to a donation from Rocky Mountain Power, the new Dog Park will be getting a bench. Rocky Mountain Power recently donated $1,500 to the City of Green River for the bench. Green River Parks and Recreation Director Katie Duncombe said "We extend our gratitude to the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation for their invaluable contribution towards our local dog park. With their generous donation, we will add a new bench. Thank you for helping make our community thrive!" The Dog Park opened in June thanks to the hard work of the Green River High School National Honor Society. The check was presented to the City by Ron Wild with Rocky Mountain Power.

White Mountain Lumber also hosted their annual two-person scramble golf tournament on July 21. They raised $1,300 by selling mulligans and those profits were donated to the Food Bank of Sweetwater County.


 

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