Recent Ribbon Cuttings

EVERETT’S TUNNEL INN

The Chamber welcomed the new owner of the Tunnel Inn, now called Everett’s Tunnel Inn, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, June 13, 2024. Shenella Craig of Craig Properties purchased the Story restaurant and bar last year. They currently provide lunch and dinner Wednesday through Sunday. For more information about Everett’s Tunnel Inn, call (307) 683-3297, stop by their location at 402 State Highway 193 or visit their Facebook page.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Gail Symons, Jim Schellinger and Yvonne Swanson; Chrissie Moore Sparks, Matthew Craig and Shenella Craig, Everett’s Tunnel Inn; Nan Miller, Security State Bank; and Chamber Ambassadors Jaidyn Hale, Ginny Rieger, Rose Leonard and Stacie Wells.

WESTON VILLAGE, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF THE EASTERN BIGHORNS

The Chamber celebrated the groundbreaking for the new attainable housing development in Sheridan, Weston Village, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, June 14, 2024. The development, just north of the North Sheridan interchange on the West side of Decker Road, is a project of the Sheridan Housing Land Trust with Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns’ housing trust as manager. Once completed, it is expected to provide 30 homes that will be sold at a discounted rate to qualified buyers. The goal of the project is to increase affordable housing for Sheridan’s skilled workforce. For more information about Weston Village, call Habitat for Humanity at (307) 672-3848.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Stacie Wells and Gail Symons; Jonny Law, Jamie Rivera, Christine Dieterich and Dan Alsup, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns; Chamber Ambassador Jim Schellinger; Jordan Haws, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns; and Chamber Ambassador Jaidyn Hale. 

BLACK FERN FENCING LLC

The Chamber welcomed new member, Black Fern Fencing LLC, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. Black Fern Fencing is a family-owned and operated modern agriculture and commercial fence specialist based in Kaycee, Wyoming. Owned by Braden Anderson, the business also provides service to hard-to-reach areas. For more information about Black Fern Fencing, call (307) 621-7792 or visit www.blackfernfencing.com.


Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Christine Dieterich, Stacie Wells, Jim Schellinger and Thomas Snooks; Corran, Kelsey and Carver Anderson, Black Fern Fencing; Chamber Ambassador Amy Blumenstock; Darcy Anderson, Black Fern Fencing; Chamber Ambassador Jaidyn Hale; Braden Anderson, Black Fern Fencing; Chamber Ambassadors Larson Patty and Scott Brooke; and Chamber Member Relations Director Bobbi Mitzel. 

SERVALL UNIFORM AND LINEN SUPPLY

The Chamber welcomed new member, Servall Uniform and Linen Supply, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. Servall offers products and services to help businesses look their best while upholding comfort and safety at the same time. They provide uniform rentals, direct purchase, linen services, janitorial supplies and dust control products. Spencer Garcia is the regional manager. For more information about Servall Uniform and Linen Supply, call (605) 343-0680 or visit www.servall.net.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Membership Relations Director Bobbi Mitzel; Chamber Ambassadors Stacie Wells, Jim Schellinger, Amy Blumenstock, Christine Dieterich and Thomas Snooks; Spencer Garcia, Servall Uniform and Linen Supply; and Chamber Ambassadors Larson Patty, Jaidyn Hale and Scott Brooke.

KILLY’S SMOKEHOUSE AND IRISH PUB

The Chamber celebrated the new ownership of Killy’s Smokehouse and Irish Pub with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, June 11, 2024. Nick and Luis Cordingly became the new owners in March 2024. Killy’s originally opened as a warehouse market in 1968 by Pat and Tom Killworth. Members of the Killworth family ran the business until passing the torch to the Cordinglys. Located at 1062 E. Brundage Lane in Sheridan, Killy’s offers a smokehouse deli, restaurant and Irish pub, and the Cordinglys have added some Portuguese dishes to the menu. For more information about Killy’s Smokehouse and Irish Pub, call (307) 674-2104 or visit www.killys.net.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Thomas Snooks, Christine Dieterich, Corey Jones, Brianne Martin, Rosemary Garber, Jaidyn Hale, Scott Brooke, Kearstyn Shaffer, Stephanie Ellis and Anthony Fairbanks; Luis Cordingly, Killy’s Smokehouse and Irish Pub; Chamber Ambassador Debi Isakson; Nick Cordingly, Killy’s Smokehouse and Irish Pub; Chamber Ambassadors Ty Fauber, Jim Schellinger, Jack Wood, Ginny Rieger, Stacie Wells, Gail Symons, Larson Patty and Judy Ford; and Chamber Member Relations Director Bobbi Mitzel.

ZONTA CLUB OF WYOMING BIGHORNS

The Chamber welcomed new member, Zonta Club of Wyoming Bighorns, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting on Tuesday, June 4, 2024. Zonta International is a leading global organization of individuals working together to build a better world for women and girls. Rachel Ramsey is the club president. For more information about Zonta Club, call (307) 217-0906 or visit www.zonta.org.

Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Member Relations Director Bobbi Mitzel; Chamber Ambassador Jaidyn Hale; Cassie Sundberg, Barbara Chase, Alicea Jones, Rachel Ramsey and Celia Lannan, Zonta Club of the Bighorns; and Chamber Ambassadors Gail Symons and Debi Isakson.

CRAFT BROS MUSIC

The Chamber welcomed new member and Sheridan business, Craft Bros Music, with an Ambassadors’ Ribbon Cutting on Saturday, June 1, 2024. Craft Bros Music, owned by Mitch Craft, Dave Craft, JT Craft, and Elizabeth Craft, offer new and used instruments, rentals, repairs, accessories, lessons and more. The business is located at 1273 Coffeen Ave. For more information about Craft Bros Music, call (307) 672-0227 or visit www.craftbrosmusic.com.

Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Jim Schellinger and Gail Symons; Dave Craft, James Craft, Gus Craft, Mitch Craft, Emmett Craft, Colin Stroup, Javi Craft, Henry Craft, Jules Craft, Elizabeth Craft and JT Craft, Craft Bros Music; and Chamber Ambassador Ginny Rieger.

EAST SLOPE R&R, LLC

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce welcomed new member, East Slope R&R, LLC, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting on Thursday, May 30, 2024. East Slope R&R delivers reassurance and reliability in short-term vacation rental property management from interior design and staging to housekeeping and hospitality, guest reservations and marketing. Ellen Martin is the owner. The company is based out of East Slope R&R’s vacation rental property at 119 N. Main St. in Sheridan. For more information, call (312) 437-2769.


Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Kimberly Lanners, Gail Symons and Blake Mortensen; Kelly Drell and Lacey Dabbs, East Slope R&R; Chamber Ambassador Nick Cordingly; Evelyn, Ellen (Martin), Livie and Trey Davis, East Slope R&R; and Chamber Ambassadors Stella Montano and Judy Ford. Absent from photo were Tabitha, Jasmine and Dylan Schultz, Christin and Erik Aguirre and Alesha Brannigan, all with East Slope R&R.

WENDTLAND MACHINE WORKS

The Chamber welcomed new member, Wendtland Machine Works, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting on Monday, May 20, 2024. Located at 910 Remington Court in Sheridan, Wendtland Machine Works is a machine shop using CNC mills to manufacture complex parts out of various materials for products and other manufacturing businesses. Taylor Wendtland is the co-founder and machinist. For more information about Wendtland Machine Works, call (307) 752-5990 or visit www.wendtlandmw.com.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Gail Symons and Larson Patty; Taylor, Gabbie, Theodore and Tony Wendtland, Wendtland Machine Works; and Chamber Ambassadors Ginny Rieger and Jaidyn Hale.

WYOMING ASPHALT REPAIR

The Chamber welcomed new member, Wyoming Asphalt Repair, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting on Monday, May 13, 2024. Owner John Bublich and his team provide asphalt crack repair, seal coating, parking lot striping and pothole repairs for all needs large and small. For more information about Wyoming Asphalt Repair, call (307) 461-1949 or visit wyomingasphaltrepair.com.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Stacie Wells, Gail Symons, Scott Brooke and Ginny Rieger; Ethan Hoffman, Atticus Bublich, John Bublich and Sam Jenkins, Wyoming Asphalt Repair; and Chamber Ambassadors Jack Wood, Stella Montano, Kathleen Wood and Larson Patty.

NAMI SHERIDAN WYOMING

The Chamber welcomed new member, NAMI Sheridan Wyoming, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, April 29, 2024. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is a nonprofit organization that provides the Sheridan area with support, education and advocacy for people with mental illness and their families. For more information about NAMI, call (307) 761-4130 or visit www.facebook.com/namisheridan.

Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Brianne Martin, Yvonne Swanson and Jaidyn Hale; Natalie Perkins, Dr. Victor Ashear, Tyson Markham, Rita Geary, Kayla Stevens, Terri Markham, Diane Watt, Janine McNeill, Tyler Feaster and Charlie Falkis, NAMI Sheridan Wyoming; and Chamber Ambassadors Stella Montano, Stacie Wells and Gail Symons.

FARM BUREAU FINANCIAL SERVICES – AGENT CASSIDY SOTTILE

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce welcomed new member, Farm Bureau Financial Services – Agent Cassidy Sottile, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, April 25, 2024. A third generation Farm Bureau agent, Sottile provides auto insurance, home and property insurance, life insurance and wealth management for people from all walks of life to help them protect what matters most and prepare for the future. Her office is located at 147 W. Burkitt St. in Sheridan. For more information about Farm Bureau Financial Services – Agent Cassidy Sottile, call (307) 674-7600 or visit www.fbfs.com.

Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Kathleen Wood, Larson Patty and Stella Montano; Jenn Drake, Farm Bureau Financial Services – Agent Cassidy Sottile; Chamber Ambassadors Jaidyn Hale and Jack Wood; Cassidy and Joe Sottile, Farm Bureau Financial Services – Agent Cassidy Sottile; and Chamber Ambassadors Yvonne Swanson, Stacie Wells, Gail Symons, Ginny Rieger and Judy Ford.

BLACK MOUNTAIN SOCCER

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce welcomed new Chamber member, Black Mountain Soccer, with an Ambassadors’ ribbon cutting on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. Black Mountain Soccer offers soccer leagues, camps, tournaments and trainings designed to enhance the level of play throughout the community. Larissa Bonnet is the owner. For more information about Black Mountain Soccer, call (307) 763-2261 or visit www.blackmountainsoccer.com.
 
Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Ty Fauber, Stacie Wells, Gail Symons and Nick Cordingly; Larissa Bonnet and Alecia Roush, Black Mountain Soccer; and Chamber Ambassadors Jaidyn Hale, Yvonne Swanson and Larson Patty.

YELLOWBALL ROOFING AND SOLAR

The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed new Chamber member and Sheridan County business, YellowBall Roofing and Solar, with a ribbon cutting on Friday, April 19, 2024. YellowBall Roofing and Solar are professional roofing and solar system installers, providing state-of-the-art solar panel installation services and comprehensive roof repair and replacement Services. Greg Glock is the Sheridan branch manager. For more information about YellowBall Roofing and Solar, call (307) 752-1580 or visit www.goyellowball.com.

Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Nick Cordingly and Kearstyn Shaffer; Brittany Bersheid, Jason Dalgetty, Justice Graham and Greg Glock, YellowBall Roofing and Solar; and Chamber Ambassadors Rosemary Garber and Jaidyn Hale.

INSPIRED INTELLIGENCE

The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed new Chamber member, Inspired Intelligence, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, April 17, 2024. Owned by Nir and Amanda Pe’er, Inspired Intelligence is a small family-owned and operated unmanned systems company providing eyes and technical solutions in the sky, underwater and underground. For more information about Inspired Intelligence, call (678) 989-8211 or visit www.iidronesusa.com


Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Ty Fauber, Amity Almond and Judy Ford; Nir Pe’er, Inspired Intelligence; Chamber Ambassador Ginny Rieger; Amanda Pe’er, Inspired Intelligence; Chamber Ambassadors Jaidyn Hale, Gail Symons and Jim Schellinger; and Chamber Member Relations Director Bobbi Mitzel.

ICE HAUS

The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed new Chamber member, Ice Haus, with a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, April 2, 2024. Located at 412 Whitney Lane in Sheridan, Ice Haus features an on-trend array of food, sweet treats and local libations. Chris and Hannah Medved are the owners. For more information, call (307) 381-9009 or visit www.icehauseatery.com.


Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Jack Wood, Yvonne Swanson, Thomas Snooks, Blake Mortensen, Nancy Herdt and Stacie Wells; Hannah, Porter and Chris Medved, Ice Haus; and Chamber Ambassadors Stella Montano, Ginny Rieger, Katie Culver, Gail Symons, Jaidyn Hale, Christine Dieterich and Ty Fauber.

SHERIDAN LACROSSE CLUB

The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed new Chamber member, Sheridan Lacrosse Club, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 21, 2024. Sheridan Lacrosse Club was established in 2022 to advance the sport of lacrosse in Northern Wyoming and offer competitive play to youth and high school athletes. The club also is committed to making the game available to all players, regardless of their financial situation. JR Wright serves as director. For more information about Sheridan Lacrosse Club, call (307) 763-1001 or visit www.sheridanlacrosse.com.


Pictured are (front row, left to right) Jaxon Reilly, Clay Burgess, Ryan Petzold, Aiden Vanderhoef, David Fehlauer, Lathen Underwood, Dillon Lemon, Payton Jack, Zach Thurow, Parker Mudd, Noah Kaeding, Jaeger Conrad and Caden Cahow, Sheridan Lacrosse Club; (back row, left to right) Dierks Burgess, Landon Underwood, Brayden Legerski, Jaiden Roberts, Isaac Fritz, Dane Lemon, Bri Charlebois, Riley Mudd, Emily Walton, Sylvia Howard, Sheridan Lacrosse Club; Chamber Ambassador Judy Ford; Whitney Sweeny, Sheridan Lacrosse Club; Chamber Ambassador Stella Montano; Jon Bongiorno, JR Wright, Andrew Johnson and Merit Nichols, Sheridan Lacrosse Club; Chamber Ambassadors Amy Blumenstock, Jaidyn Hale and Gail Symons; Bri Scholl, Hailey Harding, Amia Koltiska, Madison Burnett, Colten Terry, Andrew Stewart, Xavier Bishop, Rythen Underwood and Logan Music, Sheridan Lacrosse Club.

SHERIDAN WYO FCA

The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed new Chamber member, Sheridan WYO Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, March 22, 2024. FCA Wyoming’s goal is to lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church. Wendell Smith serves as the area representative for the organization. For more information about Sheridan WYO FCA, call (785) 418-4790 or visit fcawyoming.org.


Pictured are (front row, left to right) Erin Hoffman, Bryce Ludikuize and Halle Reed, Sheridan WYO FCA; Chamber Ambassadors Jack Wood, Christine Dieterich and Larson Patty; Wendell and Rachel Smith, Sheridan WYO FCA; and Chamber Ambassadors Stella Montano, Brianne Martin and Jim Schellinger; (back row, left to right) Cody Moeller, Elizabeth Moore, Mike Leuzinger, Mary Leuzinger, Tim Cooper, Phil Plett, Joanne Goss, Scott Kirschner, Adison Ludikuize, Nick Mauck, Grayson Moore, Lincoln Moore, Kiani Mauck and Peter Jost, Sheridan WYO FCA.

LAGNIAPPE CENTER

The Chamber Ambassadors welcomed new Chamber member, Lagniappe Center, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 21, 2024. Located at 1992 W. 5th St., Lagniappe Center is a transformative, vocational community that equips low-income parents for living-wage employment through paid training and mentoring. Crystal Merriam is the founder and executive director. For more information about Lagniappe Center, call (307) 429-2493 or www.lagniappesheridan.org.


Pictured are (left to right) Chamber Ambassadors Jaidyn Hale, Jack Wood and Kayla Andrews; Connie Krezelok, Lagniappe Center; Chamber Ambassador Stacie Wells; Janine Law, Crystal Merriam, Mark Law and Katie Shellenberger and son Daniel, Lagniappe Center; and Chamber Ambassadors Judy Ford, Thomas Snooks, Stella Montano and Jim Schellinger.

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