You Can Find Us in Your Community

Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center has deep roots in the Cheyenne community. We’re grateful for the trust and loyalty you have given to us, and for the privilege of meeting this community’s eye care and eye surgery needs. This is why it’s so important to us, the doctors, staff, and individuals here at Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center, to give back to you.

Our practice sponsors (and attends!) a number of events here in Cheyenne. Currently, we are supporting Cheyenne Frontier Days and the Cheyenne Symphony, whom we have sponsored since 2015. We are also sponsoring Ride for Sight, as we have for the past 10 years. This event aligns with our mission to increase eye health awareness and provide expert care and services for our community – and it’s a lot of fun.

Cheyenne Eye Clinic in the Community

You may have also seen us at Sunday Sounds in the Park, Skating on the Depot, Denim & Diamonds, Cheyenne Animal Shelter’s Fur Ball, Friday Food Bag and other local events. We love being involved, engaging with our community and being a part of local events. We help where we can with sponsorships and gifts, but we also just enjoy attending events or lending a hand.

Our Doctors and Staff Get Involved

Dr. Bowman has jumped in feet first since she arrived in Cheyenne last year, running the Cheyenne Marathon and, recently, hosting a Learning for Living Longer presentation on low vision at Pointe Frontier Retirement Community.

Cheyenne Eye Clinic Staff Involvement

Optical Manager Ryan Schuman has just begun his first year playing the clarinet for the Laramie County Community College Wind Ensemble. They play four concerts a year. Liz and Ryan also play in the Civic Band during the summer.

Liz Adams and her mom, Joelene Arends, were recently recognized by the Wyoming Truck Driving Association for their years of service with the annual Truck Driving Championship, held at the Wyoming Department of Transportation headquarters. Liz was recognized for 10 years of volunteer work and her mom was honored with Volunteer of the Year. Liz’s father, Dennis Arends, is a truck driver for Old Dominion Freight Lines.

Staff members Lynetta and Drew visited Primrose Retirement Community, to do adjustments, replace nose pads and clean glasses for residents there.

These are only a few examples of how our staff and doctors choose to get involved. Cheyenne is our home. We believe that it’s an honor to live here and to have the ability to support our community.