October 2020 Dear Friends, As we move into the last few months of this year, I feel compelled to look at the hard work and progress that continues to be seen throughout Sheridan County. In the past nine months, many committed individuals and organizations have worked to move forward with projects that will benefit our community for years to come. The Sheridan Community Land Trust has come close to completing the Kicking Horse and Link trails in adding to the Soldier Ridge Trail System. The HUB has been able to continue to fundraise and apply for grants to improve services for seniors in our community. The Chamber of Commerce successfully hosted their annual Ignite Conference in accordance with public health guidelines. Here at Whitney Benefits, we have also been busy behind the scenes completing the Pavilion at Whitney Commons; adding a sidewalk to link Whitney Commons to the YMCA; and beginning the construction of a memorial for Jim Shassetz, a beloved community member who passed away in 2018. We continue to support Sheridan College as they weather the impact of the changing economic climate and seek to continue providing excellent educational opportunities. In addition, we continue to offer interest-free loans to provide a way for community members to advance their own education. The past few months have been a trying time for all, but looking at the good that has come out of our community despite setbacks is encouraging. I ask you to be inspired along with me and embrace the tail end of 2020 with hope of what is to come. With Whitney Regards, Patrick Henderson Whitney Benefits Executive Director

Fall 2020 Message

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney
© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
October 2020 Dear Friends, As we move into the last few months of this year, I feel compelled to look at the hard work and progress that continues to be seen throughout Sheridan County. In the past nine months, many committed individuals and organizations have worked to move forward with projects that will benefit our community for years to come. The Sheridan Community Land Trust has come close to completing the Kicking Horse and Link trails in adding to the Soldier Ridge Trail System. The HUB has been able to continue to fundraise and apply for grants to improve services for seniors in our community. The Chamber of Commerce successfully hosted their annual Ignite Conference in accordance with public health guidelines. Here at Whitney Benefits, we have also been busy behind the scenes completing the Pavilion at Whitney Commons; adding a sidewalk to link Whitney Commons to the YMCA; and beginning the construction of a memorial for Jim Shassetz, a beloved community member who passed away in 2018. We continue to support Sheridan College as they weather the impact of the changing economic climate and seek to continue providing excellent educational opportunities. In addition, we continue to offer interest-free loans to provide a way for community members to advance their own education. The past few months have been a trying time for all, but looking at the good that has come out of our community despite setbacks is encouraging. I ask you to be inspired along with me and embrace the tail end of 2020 with hope of what is to come. With Whitney Regards, Patrick Henderson Whitney Benefits Executive Director

Fall 2020 Message

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney
© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
October 2020 Dear Friends, As we move into the last few months of this year, I feel compelled to look at the hard work and progress that continues to be seen throughout Sheridan County. In the past nine months, many committed individuals and organizations have worked to move forward with projects that will benefit our community for years to come. The Sheridan Community Land Trust has come close to completing the Kicking Horse and Link trails in adding to the Soldier Ridge Trail System. The HUB has been able to continue to fundraise and apply for grants to improve services for seniors in our community. The Chamber of Commerce successfully hosted their annual Ignite Conference in accordance with public health guidelines. Here at Whitney Benefits, we have also been busy behind the scenes completing the Pavilion at Whitney Commons; adding a sidewalk to link Whitney Commons to the YMCA; and beginning the construction of a memorial for Jim Shassetz, a beloved community member who passed away in 2018. We continue to support Sheridan College as they weather the impact of the changing economic climate and seek to continue providing excellent educational opportunities. In addition, we continue to offer interest-free loans to provide a way for community members to advance their own education. The past few months have been a trying time for all, but looking at the good that has come out of our community despite setbacks is encouraging. I ask you to be inspired along with me and embrace the tail end of 2020 with hope of what is to come. With Whitney Regards, Patrick Henderson Whitney Benefits Executive Director

Fall 2020 Message

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