Locals recognized for making an impact in the community

    (Riverton, WY) – Two Riverton students, Tessa Kenyon and Michaela Osborne, and one local business, County 10, were recognized today as part of International Be the Impact Day.

    Three Fremont County Pure International Pageant participants Angela Westmorland, Payton Westmorland, and Ke’re Merchen spent a portion of their day visiting the three recipients, and thanking them for making a difference in their communities.

    International Be the Impact Day was established on November 2nd, 2020, and is part of the Pure International Pageants’ mission. These are the very first awards given out in Fremont County.


    The impacts do not have to be grand gestures, Angela shared, but small things like holding the door or even just a smile.

    “You can make a difference,” she said.

    The two students were selected for the award by the school faculty, according to Angela, and the selection was based on the positive impacts those students make.

    Tessa and Michaela are the very first recipients from Riverton Middle School and Riverton High School, respectively.


    Accepting the award on behalf of County 10 today was Director of Operations Amanda Gaudern and County 10 Owner Will Hill.

    Next year they hope to expand the awards across Fremont County.

    Congratulations, Tessa & Michaela!


    A big thank you to Angela, Ke’re & Payton for the award!


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