Cathy Holman here! I’m a city girl gone country all for the love of a Cowboy. I’m a proud UW Alumni and have lived in Wyoming for almost 20 years. I love all that this state has to offer my family, and there is no other place I’d ever want to raise my five kids. When I’m not on air with you, I love to hike and snowshoe on Casper mountain. Or, you can find me on the sidelines cheering on my kids #HerderPride! I’m all about leading a life of grit and grace and of course…go pokes!
Wyoming’s Worthy: Ali Shae Coleman Pink Rose Foundation
For Tiffany Coleman, her tears are a sign of strength not weakness. “When our family first began our battle against childhood cancer, I didn’t understand at the time that it was those of us that are left behind that are the true survivors.” Tiffany created The Ali Shae Pink Rose…
Wyoming’s Worthy: Grace For 2 Brothers’ Mission To Drop The Wyoming Suicide Rate
Wyoming's suicide rate ranks 4th highest in the nation. Rhianna Brand and the Grace for 2 Brothers organization are working to change that. With support groups, education programs, fundraising, and awareness about mental health issues they are striving to be a light in the darkness.
Wyoming’s Worthy: Casper Man Works To End Human Trafficking with ‘Vision Beyond Borders’
Patrick Klein began Vision Beyond Borders over 20 years ago when he saw that one small act of kindness could lead to worldwide change. He has now helped rescue thousands of women and children from sex trafficking from his home base located in Casper, Wyoming.
Wyoming’s Worthy: RMC Shepherds Provide Support & Love With Puppies
Ryan and Meagan Cheney began RMC Shepherds to breed dogs that honor the German Shepherd breed and become a blessing to their families. When they realized there were many families in Wyoming in need of service dogs, they found a way to help!
Wyoming’s Worthy: The Marler Family Shares Love Through Foster Care
10 years ago, when the youngest of their three biological children was 5, Steven and Kristen Marler decided to become a part of Wyoming’s Department of Family Services Foster Care Program. Since then they have welcomed over 70 children into their home, and adopted 8.
Wyoming’s Worthy: David Lee Anderson Jr. – Transformation Tuesdays
David Lee Anderson Jr. opened Rootz Salon 10 years ago and his plan from the start was to find a way to use his business to give back to his local community. His monthly Transformation Tuesdays are his way of using his special talents to enrich the lives of others.