This year’s Mountain West Farm Bureau Golf Tournament fundraiser benefited two local organizations, and it was a hole-in-one! We are truly grateful to all those who participated, donated, and sponsored this year’s tournament.
Put on by the corporate office here in Laramie, WY, the golf tournament took place at the Glenn “Red” Jacoby Golf Course. This year, the tournament benefited two groups: the Cathedral Home for Children and Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. We are proud to benefit these groups and encourage you to check them out!
Thank you for all your support, and we look forward to seeing you next year!
Cathedral Home for Children
Cathedral Home for Children is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping traumatized youth and their families. We offer a comprehensive spectrum of supports and services ranging from community prevention programs, residential placement,
education, and transitioning youth back into society. The community prevention programs we offer can help resolve problems before they escalate decreasing the need for out of home placement in a residential treatment center. Our community prevention programs include the Laramie Youth Crisis Center, Albany County Expelled and Suspended (ACES), Bold Step, Carbon County Youth Crisis Center and Extended Families.
CHC also offers a residential treatment center which provides programs for youth who require a combination of therapeutic, educational, and clinical services in a group care setting. We provide mental health treatment to individuals who are between 12-18 years of age, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing. The central principle through which care is delivered is the importance of building relationships. We are devoted to restoring hope, strengthening relationships, and building futures.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing
Welcome to Platte Rivers program of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. We operate in Cheyenne with sub-programs in Laramie and Northern Colorado. Our mission is to offer and conduct classes in fly tying, rod building and casting during the months of January through mid-April and to offer opportunities for program participants to engage in single and multi-day fishing trips on moving water, creeks, streams and rivers, as well as still water, lakes and ponds from early May through October, depending on the weather!! We provide all materials, equipment and support at no cost to the participants in the program.