Senior Center Polo Benefit Nets $4K

Internationally known wildlife artist and conservationist David Shepherd, daughter Wenday Case and wife Avril enjoy the Sr. Center Polo Benefit Cup on August 8th (Courtesy Photo).
Internationally known wildlife artist and conservationist David Shepherd, daughter Wenday Case and wife Avril enjoy the Sr. Center Polo Benefit Cup on August 8th (Courtesy Photo).

On August 8th, the Sheridan Senior Center hosted a Polo Benefit Cup and live auction, which raised more than $4,000. In a media release issued by Director of Development, Rindy West, she indicates that funds raised will help to serve more than 2,000 Sheridan County individuals through their Meals on Wheels program, transportation and In-Home services, activities, Day Break, volunteerism and Family Caregiver Support.

Firsty National Bank of Sheridan, Bella Graphics & Display, the Big Horn Equestrian Center and Quick Printing sponsored the event, which featured works by local artists and famed international wildlife artist and conservationist David Shepherd of England, whose daughter, Wendy Case, works at the Senior Center.

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Voluntary donations create happiness, both for the giver and the receiver. Charity puts smiles on people's faces. Those providing the funds get to experience the joy of giving and those getting the money know that it was given willingly and from a kind heart.
It's a marked contrast from the resentment that is generated by forced taxation.
Let's restore people's right to know the happiness that comes from truely voluntary giving. Let's liberate ourselves from the one-percent mandatory sales tax and stop imposing on our neighbors.
It will spread happiness.
Now more than ever we need to return to time-honored, voluntary ways of raising funds. More smiles all around.
Remember: Freedom in November.

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