A Week in Wyoming

Bobbi Snethen

Bobbi hails from Madison, WI, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin where she studied journalism and strategic communication. Following a stint as a freelance reporter, she served as a public relations professional in the nonprofit sector working to enhance community service through storytelling and online engagement.

TR volunteers deployed on Operation: Honor Walk are providing relief after an EF-1 tornado paid a visit to Wyoming, Michigan. They’ve been on the ground for a week, getting dirty alongside volunteers from Team Depot and Good Samaritan while tackling chainsaw operations and debris removal with the help of some heavy equipment operators.


The team continues to conduct damage assessments in town and work with city officials and partnering NGOs in assisting homeowners affected by the disaster. The Salvation Army generously secured lodging for our members, and the City of Wyoming arranged dinner for our team this week at Tommy Brann’s Steakhouse, compliments of the owner. Thanks for the hospitality, Western Michigan. We’re sticking around for bit.


  • Mikey Hernandez

    Some of the greatest hospitality from a town! The steaks where amazing, Team Depot rocked as always, and the Salvation army was one of the greatest!

  • Deputy Dog

    It has been a pleasure and an honor to feed and house Team Rubicon for the Wyoming, Michigan work. Paul A. Bodnar-West Michigan Northern Indiana Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services.

    • Thanks for your support. Our team can’t say enough nice things about the community. Honored to lend a hand.