Feed the Kids Car & Bike Show raised funds for around 400 student meals

$803 was raised in Riverton this past weekend at the first-ever Feed the Kids Car & Bike Show organized by the Oilfield Ironmen Brotherhood – Big Bear Chapter.

100% of the event proceeds are going to the Fremont County School District #25 food program, and this is enough money for around 400 meals, Big Bear Chapter Treasurer Trish Thorpe shared.

h/t Trish Thorpe

Saturday’s event had a few contests for both adults and kiddos. Below are the winners in each category.

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Motorcycle Winners:
1st- Stacey Strick
2nd- Cecil Strick
3rd- Wade Anderson
Honorable Mention: Big Bear Chapter Vice President – Carl Osborne with his Arlen Ness edition of the 2008 Victory Jackpot


Vehicle Winners:
1st- Tim Schmelzle w/yellow ’73 Chevy Nova SS
2nd- Skip Gilleland with Dodge Pickup and camper shell
3rd awarded to Cattle Camp food trailer for their love and support
Honorable Mention: Big Bear Chapter Treasurer Trish Thorpe with the “Brotherhood-mobile”


Coloring Contest Winners:
Age 2-6: Chloe S.
Age 7-9: Preston
Age 10-15: Mia E.
Honorable Mention: Kassidy


h/t Trish Thorpe

The Oilfield Ironmen Brotherhood – Big Bear Chapter shared gratitude to those who made the event possible:

Would like to extend a thank you for donations from folks like Dave, Tony Luoma, Diedrich Kurkowski, Karlee Zach. We also received donations from a few motorcycles traveling through town from Colorado and Florida, as they enjoyed our beautiful state. Carrol Septic Services donated two restrooms, which were greatly appreciated. Thank you! We would also like to recognize our Oilfield Ironmen – Banded Iron Chapter, and their family and friends, who drove from Casper to support and contribute to the event.

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They are looking forward to planning another event next summer with the community.

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