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Cowboy Ethics

13 Jan Cheryl Hackett No Comments

Club Youth Learn About Duty, Honor, Respect & Courage at National Guard Field Trip

Several Club youth from the Main Branch took an exciting field trip to the National Guard Armory this week! Not only did Club members get to eat pizza and receive a free water bottle, soldiers from the National Guard provided an informational background on the history and mission of the National Guard, and how the …

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24 Jul Cheryl Hackett No Comments

Cowboy Ethics in the Club

  Armed with a foam noodle and blindfolds, eight-year-old Aiden will defend his stash of candy against others who are trying to grab it. Use Your Noodle is just one game used to teach and reinforce principles from the Code of the West taught at the Clubs through聽Be Somebody: Cowboy Ethics.聽聽 This lesson, and hundreds …

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16 Apr Cheryl Hackett No Comments

Students Inspired by Code of the West

A Guernsey-Sunrise High School student鈥檚 harrowing experience on the wrong end of a gun earned her the top prize at the American Dream Essay Contest. Krista Malcom received a total of $5,300.00 for her essay titled 鈥淥ne Shot鈥. Her writing told of how she changed a terrifying experience of having a gun pressed against her …

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28 Nov Cheryl Hackett No Comments

$5,000 Prize for Winning Essay

High school students from across the state are challenged to examine their personal beliefs and ethics to pen an essay based on those beliefs. The American Dream Essay Contest awards thousands of dollars each year to the student authors of the winning compositions. The American Dream Essay Contest is centered on bestselling author, Jim Owen鈥檚 …

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21 Jun Cheryl Hackett No Comments

Artist Encourages Community to Dream Big

How you see yourself can determine your personal success. Famed Casper artist Chris Navarro has captured that idea in his latest sculpture titled 鈥淒are to Dream BIG.鈥 This 1,100 lb bronze monument will be on display at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming from June 27 鈥 August 28. A special unveiling with …

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23 May Cheryl Hackett One Comment

Staff Star: Sara Beth Lyon

“Sara Beth continually exhibits a can-do attitude with whatever task is presented to her. She rises to the occasion when called upon and can be depended on. She has embraced Cowboy Ethics and has become an expert in the field. She is eager to share her expertise with pride and enthusiasm.” – Shauna VanderLinden, Marketing …

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16 Apr Cheryl Hackett One Comment

Students Find Inspiration in Code of the West

A Natrona County High School senior鈥檚 tale of how his ancestry defined his personal brand through the hum of a sewing machine earned him the top prize at the American Dream Essay Contest. Streeter Boatright received a total of $5,300.00 for his essay titled 鈥淭he Brand, and a Bernina鈥. His essay explained how his life …

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1 Dec Cheryl Hackett No Comments

$5,000 Up for Grabs for Wyoming High School Students

High school students from across the state are challenged to examine their personal beliefs and ethics to pen an essay based on those beliefs. The American Dream Essay Contest awards thousands of dollars each year to the student authors of the winning compositions. The American Dream Essay Contest is centered on bestselling author, Jim Owen鈥檚 …

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18 Sep Cheryl Hackett No Comments

Jessica Baxter Receives Regional Honors

A Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming leader has received regional honors for her dedication to the mission and in growing the organization鈥檚 10 Club sites and outreach efforts. Jessica Baxter was named the Boys & Girls Clubs Southwest Region鈥檚 Professional of the Year at the recent Pacific-Southwest Region鈥檚 Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, …

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23 Jun Cheryl Hackett No Comments

One Step at a Time

Get across the river with limited resources, teamwork and a little ingenuity. This week’s Be Somebody: Cowboy Ethics lesson is called “stepping stones.” Members use three stepping stones (carpet squares) to get everyone across the river, moving their stones, racing the other teams to see who can get across first. Teams utilize the values of …

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