Jun 30, 2013 - From staff reportsCWC raffle to benefit Foundation
The Central Wyoming College Foundation is hoping to raise money for scholarships this summer by raffling off a classic 1964 T-Bird Landau Coupe.
The car, donated by CWC supporters Ken and Darlene Hostetter, is Chantilly beige, with a power driver's seat, power windows, a 390 V-8 engine and a swing-away steering column. It has been displayed at car shows in Jackson and Thermopolis, and it will appear July 19-21 at the Rocky Mountain Car and Bike Show. Organizers said they also anticipate showings in Lander and at other local events.
Proceeds from the $20 raffle tickets will go to CWC's general scholarship fund. Tickets are available at the CWC Foundation office, 2725 W. Main St. directly across from the college, and at participating summer car shows. They also may be purchased online at cwc.edu/what/cwcfoundation.
The winner of the raffle will be announced Oct. 10 during the foundation's annual Oktoberfest event at the Riverton Holiday Inn. For more information, call 855-2254.
Modelers hosting annual fly-in
The Modelers' Park Association 11th annual fly-in will be 8 a.m. to dark July 12-14 at the Wyoming Modelers' Park, 2675 N. Federal Blvd, Riverton.
The fly-in is a family-oriented event featuring remote control model aircraft performing scale and aerobatic flight.
RC pilots from around the Rocky Mountain area come to exhibit model aircraft of all sizes. Model helicopters will perform inverted flight, and on Saturday , a model jet will reach speeds of 200 mph.
WyMoPa members will prepare hotdogs and hamburgers.
There is a $10 landing fee for all RC pilots, which enters participants into a raffle for RC related prizes. There is no admission charge for spectators.
Anyone with an RC car or truck is welcome to drive it on the two RC car tracks for free during the fly-in weekend.
Trunk swap sales and overnight camping are allowed.
Officials to discuss mineral royalties
The Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Office of Natural Resources Revenue and the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians will hold a mineral/royalty question and answer session on July 23 in Fort Washakie for Indian mineral owners who have questions about royalty payments from energy production that occurs on their lands.
The session is 9 a.m. to noon at the Wind River Agency in Fort Washakie.
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