Speaker Talks About Those Who See Need and Get Involved

John Heyneman speaks at Wednesday's Chamber luncheon. (Photo by Pat Blair)
John Heyneman speaks at Wednesday's Chamber luncheon. (Photo by Pat Blair)

There are a number of people and organizations in Sheridan County who see a need and get involved.

That was the focus of John Heyneman's talk at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday. Heyneman is a graduate of the Leadership Wyoming program and current chairman of Sheridan's Center for a Vital Community.

He said the Center is one of those organizations whose members see a need and get involved.

The CVC is now in its 17th year in Sheridan.

Heyneman said another example of an organization that sees a need and gets involved is the Sheridan Community Land Trust. He said one of that organization's most recent activities is North Park.

He said the Sheridan Community Land Trust is another example of a few local people recognizing a need and organizing themselves.

Heyneman said the take-home of these and other examples he talked about is that nothing is going to happen without acting on your passion. He said the leadership programs help people recognize what's important to them. When you do that, he said, you recognize that there are other people with those same interests.

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Another view of Heyneman. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Another view of Heyneman. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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