GOSHEN MAIN STREET DESIGNATED AS A NATIONAL CERTIFIED MAIN STREET
Torrington, WY – On behalf of Main Street businesses throughout Goshen County, Goshen Economic Development began the process of becoming a National Certified Main Street three years ago. The process included the addition of events such as 3rd Thursday’s and expansion of existing events such as Holiday activities. National Main Street Certification creates national exposure, provides additional grant funding opportunities, and results in a cohesive community.
INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF AGRICULTURAL LEADERS
Torrington, WY — For this century’s new pioneers with big hopes and the determination to achieve them, Goshen County, the #1 agricultural producer in business-friendly Wyoming, kicks off the season with the Annual Ag Appreciation Breakfast at the Goshen County Fair on Thursday, August 5th from 6:30 – 9:30 am at the Goshen County Fairground’s Rendezvous Center. Each year, Goshen County Economic Development and Chamber sponsor an Ag Appreciation Breakfast on Goshen County Fair Day as a way of saying thank you to our local agriculture producers.
On Thursday, August 5th, guests can enjoy a Ranch Breakfast made possible by generous community donors. The signature Ranch Breakfast includes fresh-cracked scrambled eggs, premium breakfast sausage, and pancakes. Proceeds, beyond production costs, are donated to agricultural endeavors. Past, donations include agricultural internships, research experience, entrepreneurship opportunities, scholarships, and agricultural summits.
Proceeds from the 2021 fundraiser will be donated to Eastern Wyoming College’s Agriculture Department for
Past Breakfast Volunteers.
their new ATECH Stock Ticker. Additionally, Goshen Economic Development and Chamber provided one thousand dollars’ worth of food vouchers to fair participants, volunteers, and workers for use at and in support of area restaurants and fair vendors.
Home of this big land with open opportunity, Goshen Economic Development and Chamber invites the residents, businesses, municipalities, and visitors of Goshen County to join in saluting our agricultural community and help to inspire the next generation of agricultural leaders.
Goshen Economic Development is a non-profit organization created in 1987 to encourage business growth and build on local community assets. GED’s mission is to cultivate boundless opportunity for business and community. The organization encompasses all economic development, Chamber of Commerce, Main Street, Downtown Development, and Travel & Tourism activities throughout Goshen County.