New member Carmalee Rose was sponsored by Scott Fox: 
I would like to introduce Carmalee as one of our new members.  I came to know Carmalee thru the CRMC Foundation…
She graduated from Regis University with her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in management.  She spent 25 years in banking where she received her Graduate School of Banking from the Southern Methodist University.  In addition to banking, Carmalee spent a few years at Workforce Services as the Deputy Administrator of Business Operations and Insurance as a Commercial Account Executive working with businesses.  Carmalee is back in banking as a Commercial Lender for Central Bank & Trust. 
Carmalee grew up in rural Nebraska on a farm, after high school she made her way to Cheyenne via Lincoln, Nebraska.  Cheyenne has been home for Carmalee the last 40 years.  This is where she met her husband of 35 years and raised her three children Caleb, Carli and Mason who all live in Cheyenne.  She has 5 grandsons and 1 granddaughter.  It is her kids and grandkids that drive her passion for the Cheyenne Community.  “I am not one to sit back and complain about something; I like to get involved and be a part of the solution.  If I can help better our community, my kids and grandkids will benefit from it.”  She has served on numerous boards, helped non-profits with fundraisers, a graduate of Leadership Cheyenne 2011 and is currently sitting on the Leadership Cheyenne Steering Committee.
Carmalee says:
“The people of Cheyenne are very compassionate and giving; I love that about our community – people caring about people.  It's what keeps us here!” 
Amber Holen transferred from the Sunrise Rotary Club and is sponsored by Scott Van Horn.
Amber is a Laramie native but grew up in western Nebraska. She moved back to Laramie in 1998 to attend the University of Wyoming and after graduating got a job with WyoTech in fundraising and event planning. In 2014, after 13 years at WyoTech, Amber started her own business, Wyoming Tent & Event Supply, an event rental company that provides large event tents, furniture, lighting, and other items for outdoor events serving the entire state of Wyoming. Amber ran her business full-time for six years before hiring and turning operations over to her brother in 2019. In 2020, Amber moved from Laramie to Cheyenne and started her current position with the LCCC Foundation as a Development Officer and Event Coordinator. After 20+ years working in events, she still loves every aspect of event planning and event management.
When not working, Amber loves learning new languages, reading historical non-fiction, playing video games, and photography.  She has fallen head over heals in love with Cheyenne and the people here, and is excited to be a part of the noon Rotary club.