This special section of the paper could be the size of a book. Nearly everyone in Jackson Hole donates time or money to a cause they support. It’s part of what makes a local a local.

This year’s volunteers are no different, except perhaps in the volume of giving. The pandemic brought out the best in Jackson, with people from Augusta Friendsmith of Team Rubicon organizing vaccination events to Joe Albright working up to six days a week in contract tracing.

The community rallied to support One22 as people’s jobs dried up. Teton County is heralded again and again as one of the most generous places in the country.

This section is but a small tribute to those who share what they can. We appreciate you. Hope you enjoy the read.

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