President’s Message

Dear Friends, I can say with confidence that this year has been unlike any other. In the midst of looming economic and social issues we continued to move forward using our greatest strength – our community partnerships. As we enter 2022, I want to take this opportunity to encourage us all to consider how we can come together to support Sheridan County. During the next three to five years, Sheridan and Gillette will be establishing their own colleges. This will be an opportunity for each community to create an educational institution to serve the current and future demographics unique to our area. It appears that Wyoming is entering another time of economic upturn with the increase in coal, gas, and oil prices. We need to use this opportunity to establish a sound financial basis for the future of our communities. Whitney Benefits is working to unify our community this coming year as we assess national trends in higher education funding and collaboration. Creating and continuing community partnerships to fund high output programs at Sheridan College will remain our top priority. We will continue to initiate funding conversations with industry to support local education as well as collaborations with local government to address future business planning and continued economic growth. I would like to encourage you to make the most of this next year and find ways to get involved in your community. You have unique skills to offer and can make a difference through volunteering, donating, or partnering in other ways with countless local organizations working in community betterment. Together we can continue to support and advance our community. With Whitney Regards, Roy Garber Whitney Benefits Board President
SC Dental Hygiene

Winter 2022 Message

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney
© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303

President’s Message

Dear Friends, I can say with confidence that this year has been unlike any other. In the midst of looming economic and social issues we continued to move forward using our greatest strength – our community partnerships. As we enter 2022, I want to take this opportunity to encourage us all to consider how we can come together to support Sheridan County. During the next three to five years, Sheridan and Gillette will be establishing their own colleges. This will be an opportunity for each community to create an educational institution to serve the current and future demographics unique to our area. It appears that Wyoming is entering another time of economic upturn with the increase in coal, gas, and oil prices. We need to use this opportunity to establish a sound financial basis for the future of our communities. Whitney Benefits is working to unify our community this coming year as we assess national trends in higher education funding and collaboration. Creating and continuing community partnerships to fund high output programs at Sheridan College will remain our top priority. We will continue to initiate funding conversations with industry to support local education as well as collaborations with local government to address future business planning and continued economic growth. I would like to encourage you to make the most of this next year and find ways to get involved in your community. You have unique skills to offer and can make a difference through volunteering, donating, or partnering in other ways with countless local organizations working in community betterment. Together we can continue to support and advance our community. With Whitney Regards, Roy Garber Whitney Benefits Board President

Winter 2022 Message

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney
© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303

President’s Message

Dear Friends, I can say with confidence that this year has been unlike any other. In the midst of looming economic and social issues we continued to move forward using our greatest strength – our community partnerships. As we enter 2022, I want to take this opportunity to encourage us all to consider how we can come together to support Sheridan County. During the next three to five years, Sheridan and Gillette will be establishing their own colleges. This will be an opportunity for each community to create an educational institution to serve the current and future demographics unique to our area. It appears that Wyoming is entering another time of economic upturn with the increase in coal, gas, and oil prices. We need to use this opportunity to establish a sound financial basis for the future of our communities. Whitney Benefits is working to unify our community this coming year as we assess national trends in higher education funding and collaboration. Creating and continuing community partnerships to fund high output programs at Sheridan College will remain our top priority. We will continue to initiate funding conversations with industry to support local education as well as collaborations with local government to address future business planning and continued economic growth. I would like to encourage you to make the most of this next year and find ways to get involved in your community. You have unique skills to offer and can make a difference through volunteering, donating, or partnering in other ways with countless local organizations working in community betterment. Together we can continue to support and advance our community. With Whitney Regards, Roy Garber Whitney Benefits Board President
SC Dental Hygiene

Winter 2022 Message

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