Rocky Mountain Power Gives $5,000 for Carbon County's Youth Crisis Center
September 12, 2012
RAWLINS, Wyo – Rocky Mountain Power is providing $5,000 to Carbon County to help support a new Youth Crisis Center in Rawlins. The center will provide safe temporary housing for teens and children in difficult circumstances and during times of transition.
“We really appreciate Rocky Mountain Power’s unexpected donation to help make this much needed facility a reality,” said Chairman Terry Weickum of the Carbon County Commission. “We’ve been looking at different scenarios for a Youth Crisis Center in Carbon County ever since I first became a commissioner about eight years ago. We’re excited the project will finally be happening and believe the center will serve an important purpose and help improve many lives.”
“We are pleased to support Carbon County’s efforts to provide a Youth Crisis Center to assist young people in need of a safe and secure environment in times of trouble,” said Leslie Blythe, Rocky Mountain Power customer and community manager. “It’s great to be part of such a worthwhile project that will benefit the communities we serve in Carbon County for years to come.”
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