Casting for Recovery-Wyoming hosted its 2019 retreat near Dubois on July 19-21
When they arrived at the Absaroka Ranch near Dubois, they were 14 strangers from across the state of Wyoming. Fourteen women diagnosed with breast cancer. From age 39 to 82 … from retired rancher to budget analyst and medical technician to college program coordinator … from Cheyenne to Cody and Rock Springs to Moran … from remission for 12 years to currently in treatment. They are mothers of young children and they are grandmothers … they are survivors!!
Our participants describe the impacts of Casting for Recovery:
“We shared a commonality of going through a tough experience. Without even talking about it, you could look at each other and see acceptance and acknowledgement of what each of us had been through.”
“The weekend was wonderful and really made me feel loved and special. I didn’t know what to expect and didn’t talk to anyone who had participated before, so I was blown away at how amazing it was. I am so grateful for the experience.”
We appreciate the generous support of many volunteers, donors and sponsors who help us financially and through volunteerism. In particular, we would like to acknowledge the following supporters: the CTC Foundation, Pathfinder Ranches, East Yellowstone, Upper Green River, Upper Bear River and Seedskadee Trout Unlimited Chapters and the Hagge Foundation.