“From Survive, to Thrive” is what Mimi’s House in Casper, Wyoming provides homeless youth ages 16-19. Recently the non-profit shelter needed building updates and asked the public for assistance. While COVID-19 forced many to stay at home while area businesses shuttered, a team of individuals rose to the challenge and volunteered to help out. Please join us in thanking Dan Johnsen, Dustin Hoekstra, Austin Dubois, Shawn Miller, Tyler Picard, Robert Velasquez, and Ryan L. Evans from Kenny Electric, who installed overhead lighting and new smoke detectors at the facility. Also, kudos to Dan and Chris Clark from Dan’s Meat Processing, and CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributors) for covering the majority of the costs of materials, with the remaining balance coming from donations made by Kenny Electric’s workers. That’s what community is all about. Learn more about how you can help.