(Sheridan, Wyo) The Executive Council of ENDOW, which stands for Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming, will be in Sheridan and Johnson Counties this week with the goal of learning about economic challenges and opportunities throughout northern Wyoming, as well as engaging local citizens and businesses.
Endow is a statewide initiative created by Governor Mead in November of last year to facilitate economic growth and stability across Wyoming. After touring local businesses and workforce training programs in Buffalo, Big Horn and Sheridan, the Executive Council will then host two days of public meetings to address local and statewide economic diversification.
Citizens, business owners and local leaders are invited to attend an open meeting on Thursday, Aug. 10 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 4 to 5:30 p.m., as well as Friday, Aug. 11 from 8 a.m. to noon. The meetings will be held in Rooms 201/202 at the Mars Agriculture Center at Sheridan College, located at 3059 Coffeen Avenue. The ENDOW Executive Council sessions will also be broadcast live via Facebook at www.facebook.com/ENDOWyo.
The ENDOW Executive Council will also tour a number of area businesses including Mountain Meadow Wool Mill, Bomber Mountain Civic Center and the Lobban Street project in Buffalo, as well as Vacutech, L&H Industrial, Kennon Products, Black Tooth Brewery, Sheridan Interstate Exchange Project, Sheridan College Agri Park and Ptolemy Data Systems in Sheridan.
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