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On Thursday, another Little Free Pantry popped up in Fremont County. This is the 3rd of it’s kind to be established by Leadership Fremont County’s class of 2019.

When tasked with a class project, the group decided that Little Free Pantry stations throughout Fremont County were a great way to improve lives and make our communities better.

Photo h/t @LittleFreePantryFremont via Facebook

LFC’s Little Free Pantries have been strategically placed at various locations through the county. Currently, they are located at the following:

1. Ethete Store – 693 HWY 132, Ethete
2. Mr. D’s in Lander – 725 Main St, Lander
3. Wind River Family & Community Health Center – 14 Great Plains Rd, Arapahoe
4. Future Pantry: Riverton City Hall – 816 N Federal Blvd, Riverton

At the Arapahoe Clinic pantry ribbon cutting, the class shared how the pantry was “made possible by St. Stephens’ Elementary School children and their instructor, Kathy Brower.”

Student artwork makes each pantry one-of-a-kind!

Follow Little Free Pantry – Fremont County on Facebook for a sneak peek of their next pantry being installed at Riverton City Hall in the near future.

HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
The pantry motto states, “Take what you need, leave what you can.”

What’s in the pantry is ripe for the taking, completely free of charge. The goal is to fill each pantry with various non-perishable items which are donated by anyone able to lend a helping hand throughout the year.

Below are the Little Free Pantry GUIDELINES:

Photo h/t @LittleFreePantryFremont via Facebook