Shrine Bowl Donates $35,000 to Shriners Hospital for Children

Shrine Bowl Donates $35,000 to Shriners Hospital for Children

CASPER – The Board of Directors of the Shrine Bowl of Wyoming, are pleased to announce a directed donation of $35,000 to the Shriners Hospital For Children – Salt Lake City.

The money was raised from the playing of the 42nd annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl All-Star Football Game this past June.

The Shrine Hospital System includes 22 hospitals that provide the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries, and other special healthcare needs within a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment.

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Everyone involved with the Shrine Bowl of Wyoming wishes to thank the players, coaches, trainers, parents, game personnel, event personnel, meal sponsors, corporate sponsors, transportation people, donors, as well as all of the people of the Cowboy State, for their help in this very worthwhile cause.

“It would not be the great game that it is, without all of your help,” Officials said.

Several area players participated in the 2015 Shrine Bowl. Rock Springs Tiger Koltin Legerski and Green River’s Hayden Love represented the South Team. Others included Clayton Peden of Lyman, Cade Covington, Caleb Flake, Isaac Kampman and Logan Lupher of Mountain View. Pinedale’s Brendan Lloyd was named an alternative for the South team.

The 43rd Annual game, will be played on June 11th, 2016 in Casper. The board said they all look forward to another fantastic event in 2016.