Riverton Chamber of Commerce members, along with other community luminaries, visited the newest addition to the Meat Sciences Program at Central Wyoming College at this past Thursday’s Business After Hours. From comments made, the visit was informational and enjoyable.
The “Blue” building, located at 1004 College View Dr. was the venue that college President, Dr. Brad Tyndall opened to the public for an opportunity to see what the future of the beef industry will look like to students who decide to attend CWC. It’s a certificate program with an option to continue on to a two-year degree at CWC that could then lead to a 4-year college and an undergraduate degree. Along with the tour, there was a light dinner buffet of pulled beef sliders, meatballs and various other appetizers compliments of the CWC Food Court, with a complement of wines and domestic beers.
State Representative Pepper Ottman of House District 34 was in attendance and took the tour of the portable beef processing units and noted “From the kill to the cooking, everything is different from what I remember.”
CWC Trucker Caps were a giveaway item at the Open House. CWC Photo
CWC initials on display. CWC Photo
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