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Pet Partners of Carbon County

Saving one pet won’t change the world, but it will surely change the world for that one pet.

The mission of Pet Partners, Incorporated, is to ensure that no adoptable animal will be euthanized. Our GOALS are AMBITIOUS because we are MOTIVATED by seeking to advance the HEALTH and WELL BEING of HOMELESS animals that need CARE and a safe HAVEN.
We are a group of community members working to make our critters lives better and safer.

PO Box 4000
Rawlins Carbon County Airport

About WAOA
Since 1976, WAOA has worked hard on behalf of airports in Wyoming on a number of issues important to facilities of all types and sizes. WAOA accomplishes this by: Providing a unified voice for airport operators to commercial, state and federal agencies and to the State legislature and the United States Congress on proposed or pending legislation impacting airports.

Providing for an exchange of operating information between airport operators.
Providing advisory assistance where required to member airports related to educational material and problem resolution.
Promoting safety in the development of airport facilities and operating procedures.

Recently, WAOA has been instrumental in influencing positive outcomes on a number of issues affecting airports throughout the state:

Helped secure State Funding for the maintenance of locally owned navigational aids, significantly reducing operating expenses at several airports.
Worked with the Wyoming Division of Aeronautics to adequately fund the Aeronautics grant and loan programs, providing all airports with alternate sources of capital improvement funds.
Lobbied to secure an increase in the legal debt limit for all sizes of airports.
Introduced state legislation designed to help attract and maintain a Wyoming-based regional airline, which could result in more consistent airline service to the State.

And, at local, state and federal levels, WAOA continues to address a variety of critical air service, airline competition and related issues unique to the State of Wyoming.

1300 Airport Rd / PO Box 1363
Rotary Club of Rawlins

Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities’ toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world. Rotary is led by our members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values in their elected roles.

307-324-3710 (Woodward & Associates)
PO Box 672
Soroptimists International of Rawlins

Soroptimist International is a global volunteer movement working together to transform the lives of women and girls.Our network of over 80,000 club members in 129 countries and territories works at a local, national and international level to educate, empower and enable opportunities for women and girls.

PO Box 1354
Wyoming Cancer Resource Services

Wyoming Cancer Resource Services is a program that provides your community with cancer prevention and control services. Below is a list of services that Wyoming Cancer Resource Services provide:

Each regional location provides the following services to Wyoming residents
Education and awareness about cancer prevention programs and services as well as related cancer risk factors
Promotion of early detection of cancer at intervals required by national screening guidelines
Referral of eligible participants into state-funded cancer screening programs
Patient navigation for Wyoming residents needing local, regional, state, and national cancer information and resources
Filling service gaps utilizing resources within the communities in the region

All services provided by the Wyoming Cancer Resource Services are free and confidential.

103 W. Cheyenne Dr. Room 106