Good Morning. While out on member visits this morning, Josie and I (Alex Newman) stopped into Albertsons to get some coffee. If you are in search for great service and an outstanding cup of joe, head to Albertsons and enjoy a caffeinated start to your morning. This will be your favorite stop each morning and if you get lucky like I did, you may have a friend buy your coffee for you. Thanks again, Josie.
Here is your Daily Dose brought to you by the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce.
1. International Credit Union Day Oktoberfest Celebration! From 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM in ACPE Federal Credit Union Lobby. To celebrate International Credit Union Day, ACPE is holding an Oktoberfest celebration all day long! We’ll have root beer and cider, bratwurst and saurkraut, and activities for kids. We will also be giving away free vacation vouchers to the first 50 adult members to claim them! Don’t miss out!
Please note – this is a family friendly, non-alcoholic event.
2. “Jerome’s Vulgate Translation: The First People’s Bible
“. Tonight from 4:10 PM – 5:30 PM Dr. Kristine Utterback will lecture, “At papal request, Jerome (c. 347-420) translated the Hebrew and Christian scriptures into a Latin version, commonly called the Vulgate, that eclipsed earlier translations and served as the standard text for biblical proclamation and study for over a thousand years.” The lecture will be held at American Heritage Center, Wyoming Stock Growers’ Room.
Gary Johnson for President Candidate Forum. Come listen in the Education Auditorium on the University of Wyoming campus from
6:30 PM – 8:00 PMas
Governor Gary Johnson Libertarian Candidate for President of the United States, Councilman Keith Goodenough and more speak to the Laramie Community.
4. UW Volleyball vs. Air Force
. 7:00 PM tonight the Cowgirls take on the Air Force Volleyball squad. Come cheer for the Cowgirls and where your brown and gold!