Dining for a Cause: Advocacy and Resource Center

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Pictured from left-to-right: Sheridan Media GM Bob Grammens, ARC Board Member Lynette Cattaneo, ARC Volunteer Coordinator/Advocate Cassidy Drew, ARC Assistant Director Rhonda Weber, ARC Board Member Nicole Pearce, Frackelton's Assistant GM Kyan Sanderson, ARC Executive Director Yvonne Swanson, Frackelton's Owner Kim Love, Sheridan Johnson Community Foundation Board Member Donna Kinskey and Frackelton's GM/Executive Chef Mike Adams. (Photo Ron Richter ©)
Pictured from left-to-right: Sheridan Media GM Bob Grammens, ARC Board Member Lynette Cattaneo, ARC Volunteer Coordinator/Advocate Cassidy Drew, ARC Assistant Director Rhonda Weber, ARC Board Member Nicole Pearce, Frackelton's Assistant GM Kyan Sanderson, ARC Executive Director Yvonne Swanson, Frackelton's Owner Kim Love, Sheridan Johnson Community Foundation Board Member Donna Kinskey and Frackelton's GM/Executive Chef Mike Adams. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s in downtown Sheridan Monday raised $10,750.90 for the Advocacy and Resource Center of Sheridan. ARC Assistant Director Rhonda Weber says that the money raised will help with a brand new project that they’ve been working on with Kyan Sanderson and Mo Hattervig.

Weber talked about where the idea for the yoga program came from.

Weber said that they intend to start the yoga program in mid April. The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan assists victims of abuse and violent crimes in Sheridan County.

SheridanWyoming.com

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