Dubois couple to be honored for commitment to youth

(Dubois, WY) – The Dunoir Valley has been a familiar place for one Dubois family for more than half a century and with that longevity comes a commitment to give back to their community. Bob and Mary Lou McGee have been named honorees for the Boys & Girls Club of Dubois 2nd Annual Awards & Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021.

Following a 38-year career in oil and gas, Bob and Mary Lou have enjoyed calling Lazy G and Dubois home during the summer. The couple is committed to giving back on a local, national, and international level. Mary Lou is an advocate for senior citizens, differently-abled students, and is involved with the PTA. Their philanthropic interests led them to the BGCD and have been strong supporters for many years.

The featured speaker will be Jason Kintzler, a true Wyoming entrepreneurial pioneer, according to the BGCD. Kintzler is the founder and CEO of Dubois-based, Lifekey, a wearable technology designed to bring personal safety and convenience to active people and pets.

h/t Boys & Girls Club of Dubois – Speaker Jason Kintzler

He’s also the creator of County 10 and Buckrail, which he developed while CEO of Pitchengine, a PR software company he founded that has served more than 50,000 brands worldwide. Jason currently serves on the Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors, Dubois Drive, and SageWest Healthcare. He’s a Wyoming native and now a resident of Dubois where he and his wife are raising three boys and a princess.

The Awards & Recognition Breakfast to benefit the BGCD will be held Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021, at the Dennison Lodge in Dubois. Breakfast will be served at 6:30 am with the program beginning at 7 am. There is no cost for tickets and/or table reservations. Instead, all ticket holders will be expected to make a contribution to support the youth impacted by the Club.

Each year the Club chooses a special honoree who has made a significant contribution to the betterment of the community and state. To reserve your tickets or for more information, visit bgccw.org/duboisbreakfast21 or call 307-455-2235.

The Boys & Girls Club of Dubois opened in 2008, serving youth ages 5-18. In 2019, it merged with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming becoming the organization’s 10th branch site. The Boys & Girls Club of Dubois offers a safe place for children during out of school time, including after school and during the summer. The Club currently serves 89 youth.


Boys & Girls Club of Dubois 1st Annual Awards & Recognition Breakfast honored Budd Betts. Click here to read our earlier post.


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