Riverton veterans share stories; Hope for community support [PODCAST]

    In anticipation of Veterans Day 2019, Riverton Local Ladies Podcast host Bethany Baldes sat down with a couple of local veterans and a group that is striving to help Fremont County’s military population.

    First, Bethany spoke with Riverton Veterans Hall Quartermaster Ron Walker and Post 19 Commander Warren Hess.

    They spoke about their experiences serving our country, what Veterans Day means to them, the relocation of Riverton’s Veterans Hall, and their hope that new members will get involved.



    Next, Baldes sat down with Jennifer and Charlie Wilson from Soldiers House of Fremont County. Soldiers House offers mental health services to veterans and their families.

    Riverton Local Ladies is made possible by; Brown Sugar Coffee Roastery, Wind River Pediatrics, Roasted Bean & Cuisine, and Re/Max All-Star Realtors. 

    Bethany’s episode with Soldier’s House was her debut of a new feature called, Local Ladies ‘Call To Action.’ The show spotlights groups doing things for the greater good. Call To Action is made possible by Teton Therapy. 


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