Our community is large and wildly diverse, which is at the same time our strength and our weakness.
Activate10 is a movement seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.
This past June 15th, over 100 golfers played in the 7th annual Fremont County Board of Realtors Make A Wish Golf tournament. By the end of the day, over $24,000 was raised to support children fighting life-threatening issues right here in Fremont County.
“The Fremont County Board of Realtors (FCBR) has a strong passion for giving back to our community, and there could not be a more noble charity than Make a Wish of Wyoming, which is a 100% donation ran organization,” explained Curt Galitz, Home Source Realty. “Over the past 7 years, FCBR has had the pleasure of helping grant 8 wishes in Fremont County and we hope to grant even more wishes for children in our community in the future. Next Year’s Tournament is planned for June 20th and we would love to see another incredible turnout!”
We could not have such a successful tournament for such a wonderful cause without the incredible support of our community. The FCBR would like to thank all of the businesses and individuals who supported our cause this year and from years past:
Fremont Dodge/Ford, White & White, Gambles, County Title, RE/MAX All-Star Realtors, Home Source Realty, Wind River Realty, Cornerstone Group Realty, Bert Milton Realty, Riverton Kiwanis, Wyoming Community Bank, Farmers Insurance, Timberline Appraisal, Mike Yowell State Farm, Tami & Curt Galitz, First Interstate Bank, Lonnie Bull Edward Jones, Fremont Chevy, Wyoming Title, Plains Flooring, Blessing LLC, Big Horn Co-Op, Nissan of Casper, Hague Auto body, Central Bank and Trust, Porters, Mike Maxson, Kelli Gard, Joe Stalinski, Melody & Larry Higgins, Mirror Image, Weld Pro, Brown Sugar Roastery, Becky Landcaster, Four Corners Health, Steve & Linda Beazley, Murdoch’s, Ashley Hayes, Will’s Plumbing and Heating, KN Tile & Design, and the Riverton County Club Collin Hopkins