Tapaynga Hill knew she wanted to go to college but was unsure of the process; when she walked into CWC’s Rustler Central they helped her with the process and before she knew it she was enrolled in college and double majoring in criminal justice and theater.
The last rodeo of the season was a determining factor for many cowboys and cowgirls who were close on the regional leader boards to make it to the College National Finals Rodeo. Only the top three in each event qualify. One Central Wyoming College cowboy, Brady Thurston, will go to CNFR in June.
It was during the Garden Expo in Lander where Skogerboe, who was a speaker, announced that he would donate a Johnny Appleseed sapling to CWC’s orchard.
Brown will complete her degree this summer and would like to open her own after care facility that deals with addiction, sexual assault, rape and other difficult situations people face.
One rodeo remains in the season for the Central Wyoming College rodeo team. Chances of some rodeo team members making it to the College National Finals Rodeo in June remain high.
The Central Wyoming College Music Department will present a spring showcase concert on Thursday, April 27, 7pm in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater.
Ashli Woods interest in social science came from wanting to help people and become a social worker.
For the 14th year theater students will present something for everyone in an assortment of one-act plays, comic sketches, musical performances and dance pieces performed in-the-round for the Central Wyoming College theatre departments Showcase 2017.
Central Wyoming College professors John Gabrielsen and Jeremy Nielsen will take 15 students to Las Vegas to the National Association of Broadcasters conference April 23-27.
Central Wyoming College will host a no talent show April 19 at 6pm.