Rocky Mountain Complex for Ag and Equine Sciences receives $25,000 donation

Wyoming Community Bank gave a gift of $25,000 to the Rocky Mountain Complex for Ag & Equine Sciences on Thursday, May 16, at their 20th-anniversary celebration.  The contribution will support the new building on the Central Wyoming College campus in Riverton. This is the largest gift in the bank’s history.

Wyoming Community Bank has a deep connection to its local roots. For 20 years, Wyoming Community Bank has taken great pride in serving the people and businesses of Fremont County as well as giving back to the community. Every year,  the bank supports numerous community fundraisers and charity groups within the county. Wyoming Community Bank had $150 million in assets at year-end and over $90 million invested in Fremont County in various loans.


“We donated to over 35 non-profits last year in various amounts, with staff donating numerous volunteer hours to over a dozen local organizations,”-  Scott Estep, President of WCB.  

This year, the board decided they would pick 5 non-profits to present gifts to in order to give a more substantial amount.

Since the bank strives to give to organizations that are important to Fremont County and help support local economic development, the RMC aligned with the bank’s overall mission and values. The goal of the Rocky Mountain Complex for Ag & Equine Science is to provide academic programming that advances and bolsters the local agriculture economy.

“I am just so thankful for this amazing investment in CWC and the Rocky Mountain Complex for Ag & Equine Science,” said Beth Monteiro, Director of the CWC Foundation. “The Wyoming Community Bank Board and leadership have truly embraced the important role that the RMC will play, not only in the lives of our students but in our region as a whole.”

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