#Activate10: Fundraisers for student meals, hospice care are happening June 12th

“Our community is large and wildly diverse, which is at the same time our strength and our weakness. #Activate10 is a movement seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.”

(Riverton, WY) – The Big Bear Chapter of the Oilfield Ironmen Brotherhood and Help for Health Hospice are hosting separate, but simultaneous fundraisers at the Fremont County Fairgrounds from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, June 12th.

The Feed the Kids Bike & Car Show is coming back for its second year in a row with even more activities, food trucks, bicycle raffles, local vendors and more. 100% of the proceeds go toward student meals at Fremont County School District #25.

h/t Trish Thorpe – 2020 Feed the Kids Bike & Car Show

The Bike & Car Show is free to attend, and for those wishing to participate registration is $15 per bike and $20 per car. Registration begins at 9 am and the show is from 10 am to 2 pm. Awards for the top three bikes and cars, and new this year is Chapter Choice.

h/t Trish Thorpe – Feed the Kids Bike & Car Show

They don’t have to be hot rods, shared Big Bear Chapter President James Thorpe, if you are proud of it, bring it down.

Smartt Insurance and Liberty Pawn are this year’s sponsors, shared Trish Thorpe, Big Bear Chapter Treasurer. Six bicycles are also up for raffle. They are different sizes ranging from little to big and you don’t have to be present to win, so make sure your contact info is legible.

The Big Bear Chapter will share their anti-bullying campaign with “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully” items and Safe2Tell Wyoming will also be there.

h/t Trish Thorpe – Feed the Kids Bike & Car Show

Last year, they raised enough money for around 400 meals. This year, they hope to raise enough for 500 meals and would like to continue expanding the funds to neighboring schools.

During the Bike & Car Show, Help for Health Hospice is holding the first-ever local Smash COVID event. This is also a family-friendly event and safety precautions will be taken, according to Help for Health.

Federal Recycling has donated a car that will be decorated with COVID virus decals provided by Star Trims. $5 gets you five whacks at the car with a hammer or mallet. Proceeds go to Help for Health Hospice.

Check out more details on their flyers below:

Head over to the Feed the Kids Facebook event page and the Help for Health Hospice Facebook page for the latest fundraiser updates!

h/t Trish Thorpe – 2020 Feed the Kids Bike & Car Show

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