#WhatsHappening: Soldier’s House of Fremont County to provide free Thanksgiving meals to Veterans

(Riverton, WY) – Charlie Wilson, founder of the Soldier’s House of Fremont County, recently joined 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM’s Coffee Time host Vince Tropea to chat about the Thanksgiving meals that they will be providing for Fremont County Veterans on Thanksgiving Day.

The Soldier’s House, an organization that was founded by Charlie and his wife Jennifer, supplies free mental healthcare to Veterans and their families, in addition to the charitable meals they offer around the holidays.

Veterans will have the option to have the meals delivered to their homes, available for pick up at the Central Wyoming College (CWC) cafeteria, or they can eat with any of the folks who are enjoying the Thanksgiving meal at the CWC cafeteria.


Soldier’s House needs to know how much food to make, so please reach out to Charlie at 307-349-0945 / 307-856-1244, or email at [email protected], by this Saturday, November 20th, to RSVP for your dinner plate.

Remember, if you’re a Veteran worried about being alone or not having a meal this Thanksgiving, “The Soldier’s House has your six!”

Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Charlie below, where he gives us all the details about the free meal, as well as a little history about Soldier’s House.

Be sure to check out Coffee Time every morning at 9:30 AM on 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.


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