On April 23rd, Governor Matt Mead met in Kemmerer with several members of the Wyoming Association of Municipal Clerks & Treasurers to proclaim May 4th through 10th as Municipal Clerks Week. Governor Mead invited the municipalities in the State of Wyoming to do the same, honoring their municipal clerks for the job they do. Twenty-three Wyoming towns did so, Hanna being among them.
Hanna Mayor Tony Poulos issued a proclamation on April 28th, also designating May 4th through 10th as Municipal Clerks Week and specifically honoring town clerk Vivian Gonzales for the great job she does. Vivian Gonzales has served as the town clerk for Hanna since April 2010. She is also very active in serving as secretary and record keeper for the Hanna Cemetery, as well as being involved in many youth group activities through the Hanna Recreation Center. Vivian describes her job as being “kind of like a sponge, absorbing all the information in and then getting it out.” Hanna citizens have all experienced her helpfulness and efficiency.