Washita

As COVID wreaked havoc on our normal lives, a place of solace became the outdoors. With vaccines becoming available to the public, that doesn’t mean we should go back to our pre- COVID lives. Continue to use the outdoors as a place for solitude, reflection, and rejuvenation. Even though there are 423 National Park Service sites, few communities can boast having one in their own back yard. In this coming New Year, make it a goal to #Optoutside. Walk the trail, observe the coming of spring, and be happier because of it. Lead Ranger Kevin Mohr

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Winner

WINNER…Ashley Martindale was the winner of the Cheyenne – Roger Mills Chamber Mother’s Day Basket. Presenting her with the gift is Lauren Schmidt, Chamber Executive

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Senior Boys Dinner

The Cheyenne Sorosis Club celebrated the Cheyenne Senior Boys on Monday, May 16, 2022 with a Hamburger Dinner and Volleyball. Pictured, front, left to right:

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