One Of The Best Cowboys In Football Coming Back To Wyoming
The University of Wyoming has had quite a few football players star in Laramie, then head to the NFL.
Think Josh Allen, Logan Wilson, Chad Muma, Derrick Martin and 3 x Super Bowl champ and 5 x Pro Bowl tight-end for the Dallas Cowboys, Jay Novacek.
Before Novacek became a star in the NFL, he was a star at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Such a star, that in 1993 he was in the inaugural UW Athletics Hall of Fame, then in 2008 the College Football Hall of Fame and in 2014 the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame.
So, yes, Jay Novacek is a big deal and an important part of Wyoming Football's history.
Tuesday May 23rd, the Martin, South Dakota native will be spending the evening in Glenrock at the Boys & Girls Club of Glenrock 'Brighter Futures Dinner'.
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The Boys & Girls Club of Glenrock, plays a major role in the day-to-day lives of kids in the community. Making sure kids are taking care of after school, when school is called off and through the summers, to mom & dad don't have to worry about the well-being of their kids.
It costs a lot of money to run programs like BGCG, and need help from the public to keep it going. On average, the club operates on nearly $225,000 per year. Meaning, any way you can help out, is much appreciated.
The dinner is a free dinner, but you're encouraged to chip in on the future of the program. There are a couple ways you can help.
Find out the details at the Boys & Girls Club of Glenrock website.