Learn leadership skills
Central Wyoming College offers two leadership classes this fall, both taught by Sandy Hessler.
Foundations of Leadership, the first course and a prerequisite for the Leadership Certificate Program, will run 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, though Tuesday, Oct. 8, plus 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21. Personal Leadership will meet 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 15 to Dec. 10. Both courses will be simulcast on the CWC Riverton and Lander campuses.
Hessler has 30 years of business experience and has taught at several universities. She is also the instructor and co-director of the Start Up Intensive, an entrepreneurship course offered by CWC and Silicon Couloir. Visit CWC.edu or call 733-7425 to sign up for the leadership courses.
Chamber is taking nominations
The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is taking nominations for its annual awards honoring individuals and businesses. You can nominate someone for Citizen of the Year, the Ride for the Brand Award, the Rising Star Award (for someone younger than 40), the Green to Green Award, Business of the Year (large) and Business of the Year (small). For details go to JacksonHoleChamber.com and search “awards.”
Poinsett on detailing team for fancy cars
Bobby Poinsett, owner of Detail Driven in Jackson, is in California this week. He is part of a team of expert detailers selected for Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival, part of Monterey Car Week. According to a press release, he and others on the team will “prep dozens of exotics, custom and classic car collections” for that event and for The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering at the Quail Lodge & Golf Club in Carmel.
Assistance for historic properties
The Wyoming Business Council invites owners of historic, commercial buildings in traditional downtown districts to submit a preapplication by Sept. 1 to determine eligibility for the Historic Architecture Assistance Fund. Final applications are due Oct. 15.
The funding is for the first step in a preservation project. If a building is selected, an architect will be assigned to work with the owner. Typical projects include a building assessment, structural analysis, analysis of building code and Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, and facade and signage schematic design. The fund is not for physical repairs, the purchase of building materials or work by contractors.
The fund is available through Wyoming Main Street, a Business Council program. For an application go to WyomingBusiness.org/content/applications. For info call Linda Kiisk, historic preservation architect for the State Historic Preservation Office, at 307-777-7566, or Linda Klinck, program manager for Wyoming Main Street, at 307-777-2934.
Huntsman Springs: New name, new boss
Tributary is the new name of Huntsman Springs, the resort subdivision built around a David McClay Kidd golf course south of Driggs, Idaho.
The new name for the 1,500-acre community — including 500 acres of protected wetlands — honors the underground waterways that flow from the nearby Tetons to the Teton River, said Ulla Rasche, Tributary’s recently added general manager. Rasche worked 10 years at the Four Seasons Jackson Hole and has also been “director of residences” for four Four Seasons properties in the region.
Also new to Tributary is Assistant General Manager James Canedy, who worked for Four Seasons in Jackson and Hawaii, and executive Chef Kevin Humphrey, who has years of history at the Spur Restaurant and Bar at Teton Mountain Lodge.
Rasche said Tributary also plans new offerings and programming and will launch a real estate sales campaign this fall. The new website is TributaryIdaho.com.
— Staff reports