Cheyenne Education Foundation to Purchase School Supplies

While there are still questions about how exactly the 2020-2021 school year will start in light of the Covid 19 pandemic, the Cheyenne Educational Foundation and Cheyenne Schools have already committed to provid- ing most of the school supplies our students will need. Recognizing that the down- turn in the oil and gas industry and this spring’s economic shut- down have impacted so many in our community, the CEF Board has voted to not solicit sponsors this year for our school supplies project. For twenty-five years we have reserved a part of our donations to create an endowment for times…

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