Dec 13, 2013 - By Alejandra Silva, Staff WriterIn November, Riverton Meadowlark Sams presented its annual donation to a local non-profit organization on behalf of Wyoming Good Sam.
Help for Health Hospice employees said they were pleased to receive the donation, which arrived with perfect timing during the National Hospice and Palliative Care Month.
The donation is awarded each year to a group that depends on donations and is doing good for its community.
Riverton Meadowlark Sams is the Riverton chapter of the organization, and members say they are always looking for new participants.
The club has plenty to offer and comes with many advantages, said club president DeAnn Moore and vice president Donna Hunter.
The activities include camping, fishing, group dinners, campfires, hiking, use of four-wheelers and engaging in any other pastimes that appeal to the members.
Moore said participants are free to join activities as a group or on their own, but the club is able to provide more safety when its members group together.
"It's a together thing but it's also an individualized thing," Moore said.
The club meets every second Monday of the month and plans future events, discusses recent activities, works on improving the outings, and adds new ideas. The club also gets together with members of other chapters in the state.
For more information, call club members at 851-8037 or 856-9376.
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