The newest teen site for the Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne

In February the Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne started a new site located on the campus of Laramie County Community College called The Club at LCCC which is open Monday-Friday after school and during the summer.

Laramie artist Jim Jereb is coming to teach at this month’s “drink and art” night, Art Uncork’d. Jim teaches a dry-point printmaking process to make unique holiday cards or prints for the special people in your life.

LCCC's men's basketball team fell to Trinidad State Jr. College 87-68 Tuesday night. The women's team also suffered a loss to Trinidad State, falling 70-65.

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