By Baylie Evans, Writer

October 26, 2018


State board to consider extending Cheyenne YMCA Challenge Loan terms

For release Oct. 26, 2018
 

State board to consider extending Cheyenne YMCA Challenge Loan terms

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will hold a webinar meeting at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, to discuss extending the terms of a 2015 Challenge Loan to the Cheyenne YMCA.

The public is encouraged to attend by registering at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7954098406980862723

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The Wyoming Business Council staff recommends the board of directors approve an increase in the participation with Security First Bank of approximately $235,635.00 and adjust the term of the loan from five years to 15 years. The loan recipient is the Cheyenne YMCA.

The Business Council board will still hold its regular quarterly meeting Dec. 6 in Laramie.

About the Wyoming Business Council: Our mission is to increase Wyoming’s prosperity. We envision a Wyoming where industries are strong, diverse and expanding. Small business is a big deal. Communities have the highest quality of life. Wyoming is the technology center of the High Plains. Wyoming knows no boundaries. Please go to www.wyomingbusiness.org for more information.

Nonprofit , Business

Related News & Updates

Wyoming trade director visits from Taiwan

Wyoming trade director visits from Taiwan
  • Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Wyoming trade director visits from Taiwan From Jan. 21 to Jan. 25, the State of Wyoming-Asia Pacific Trade Office Director, Chester Chu, took a whirlwind tour of Wyoming. He visited a ranch...

Read More

Business Council board to hold work session April 19

Business Council board to hold work session April 19
  • Date: Friday, April 12, 2019

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will hold a public work session from 9 a.m. to noon on April 19 in Room CCI 130 at Laramie County Community College to discuss the agency’s economic...

Read More