February 4, 2022 |

The Rawlins Downtown Development Authority raised more than $23,000 at the 2021 Passion and Pride Ball. The funds will be used to launch the Community Art Banner Program, meant to spread pride throughout the 16 blocks that comprise downtown Rawlins. Cali O’Hare has more.

Pictured above: DDA Director Pam Thayer holding up an example of one of the banners that will be hung in downtown Rawlins beginning in early June. The artwork on this banner was done by RHS graduate Kaitlyn Garner and depicts some of the storefronts in historic Downtown Rawlins. Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

For more information about submitting to the on the Community Art Banner Program, contact the Rawlins Downtown Development Authority at 307-328-2099.


Related: Rawlins council enters into MOU to recognize RHS seniors with banners

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