March 23, 2018 Dear friends, Sheridan area benefactor Edward A. Whitney willed his estate to establish Whitney Benefits Inc., creating the first educational foundation in Wyoming. According to his original trustees, Whitney spent three decades of his life planning his gift to the people of Sheridan County. One of those many gifts was to create a community space for families to learn and play together. With that goal in mind, Whitney Commons was built in 2002. Whitney Commons, an interactive park located in the center of Sheridan between the Fulmer Library and the Senior Center at 320 West Alger, has something for everyone to enjoy. Several features include a universally accessible play structure designed for fun and safety, large turf areas supporting any number of informal leisure activities, the popular water spray grounds, an amphitheater and plaza area, vintage lighting illuminating pedestrian walks and bike paths, the Dorothy King reflective flower garden, and closed circuit cameras providing park security and online viewing. Bronze art pieces reflecting and honoring Mr. Whitney’s life have also added beauty and interest to the park. The park connects to the Sheridan Pathways system allowing people to enjoy a connected path all the way through the City of Sheridan. Whitney Commons is a safe, clean, and fun environment for families and the Sheridan community to enjoy! The Whitney Community Advisory Group was created in 2004 to provide input from various community members about current Whitney projects and events. The group helps to oversee operations at Whitney Commons and Whitney Plaza.  The current 2018 community members include Steve Carroll, Mark Demple, Pete Eliason, Bill Gatley, Judy Stallman, and John Standish. We look forward to seeing everyone at Whitney Commons this summer! Warmest regards, Janet Barnes Whitney Benefits Administrative Coordinator

Whitney Commons Message

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney
© Whitney Benefits, Inc.  All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
March 23, 2018 Dear friends, Sheridan area benefactor Edward A. Whitney willed his estate to establish Whitney Benefits Inc., creating the first educational foundation in Wyoming. According to his original trustees, Whitney spent three decades of his life planning his gift to the people of Sheridan County. One of those many gifts was to create a community space for families to learn and play together. With that goal in mind, Whitney Commons was built in 2002. Whitney Commons, an interactive park located in the center of Sheridan between the Fulmer Library and the Senior Center at 320 West Alger, has something for everyone to enjoy. Several features include a universally accessible play structure designed for fun and safety, large turf areas supporting any number of informal leisure activities, the popular water spray grounds, an amphitheater and plaza area, vintage lighting illuminating pedestrian walks and bike paths, the Dorothy King reflective flower garden, and closed circuit cameras providing park security and online viewing. Bronze art pieces reflecting and honoring Mr. Whitney’s life have also added beauty and interest to the park. The park connects to the Sheridan Pathways system allowing people to enjoy a connected path all the way through the City of Sheridan. Whitney Commons is a safe, clean, and fun environment for families and the Sheridan community to enjoy! The Whitney Community Advisory Group was created in 2004 to provide input from various community members about current Whitney projects and events. The group helps to oversee operations at Whitney Commons and Whitney Plaza.  The current 2018 community members include Steve Carroll, Mark Demple, Pete Eliason, Bill Gatley, Judy Stallman, and John Standish. We look forward to seeing everyone at Whitney Commons this summer! Warmest regards, Janet Barnes Whitney Benefits Administrative Coordinator

Whitney Commons Message

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney

© Whitney Benefits, Inc.  All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
March 23, 2018 Dear friends, Sheridan area benefactor Edward A. Whitney willed his estate to establish Whitney Benefits Inc., creating the first educational foundation in Wyoming. According to his original trustees, Whitney spent three decades of his life planning his gift to the people of Sheridan County. One of those many gifts was to create a community space for families to learn and play together. With that goal in mind, Whitney Commons was built in 2002. Whitney Commons, an interactive park located in the center of Sheridan between the Fulmer Library and the Senior Center at 320 West Alger, has something for everyone to enjoy. Several features include a universally accessible play structure designed for fun and safety, large turf areas supporting any number of informal leisure activities, the popular water spray grounds, an amphitheater and plaza area, vintage lighting illuminating pedestrian walks and bike paths, the Dorothy King reflective flower garden, and closed circuit cameras providing park security and online viewing. Bronze art pieces reflecting and honoring Mr. Whitney’s life have also added beauty and interest to the park. The park connects to the Sheridan Pathways system allowing people to enjoy a connected path all the way through the City of Sheridan. Whitney Commons is a safe, clean, and fun environment for families and the Sheridan community to enjoy! The Whitney Community Advisory Group was created in 2004 to provide input from various community members about current Whitney projects and events. The group helps to oversee operations at Whitney Commons and Whitney Plaza.  The current 2018 community members include Steve Carroll, Mark Demple, Pete Eliason, Bill Gatley, Judy Stallman, and John Standish. We look forward to seeing everyone at Whitney Commons this summer! Warmest regards, Janet Barnes Whitney Benefits Administrative Coordinator

Whitney Commons Message

Whitney Benefits
© Whitney Benefits, Inc.  All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
March 23, 2018 Dear friends, Sheridan area benefactor Edward A. Whitney willed his estate to establish Whitney Benefits Inc., creating the first educational foundation in Wyoming. According to his original trustees, Whitney spent three decades of his life planning his gift to the people of Sheridan County. One of those many gifts was to create a community space for families to learn and play together. With that goal in mind, Whitney Commons was built in 2002. Whitney Commons, an interactive park located in the center of Sheridan between the Fulmer Library and the Senior Center at 320 West Alger, has something for everyone to enjoy. Several features include a universally accessible play structure designed for fun and safety, large turf areas supporting any number of informal leisure activities, the popular water spray grounds, an amphitheater and plaza area, vintage lighting illuminating pedestrian walks and bike paths, the Dorothy King reflective flower garden, and closed circuit cameras providing park security and online viewing. Bronze art pieces reflecting and honoring Mr. Whitney’s life have also added beauty and interest to the park. The park connects to the Sheridan Pathways system allowing people to enjoy a connected path all the way through the City of Sheridan. Whitney Commons is a safe, clean, and fun environment for families and the Sheridan community to enjoy! The Whitney Community Advisory Group was created in 2004 to provide input from various community members about current Whitney projects and events. The group helps to oversee operations at Whitney Commons and Whitney Plaza.  The current 2018 community members include Steve Carroll, Mark Demple, Pete Eliason, Bill Gatley, Judy Stallman, and John Standish. We look forward to seeing everyone at Whitney Commons this summer! Warmest regards, Janet Barnes Whitney Benefits Administrative Coordinator

Whitney Commons Message

Whitney Benefits
© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303