Thankful Thursday Fall 2017 Schedule
The party for a purpose is coming back this fall! Another chance for you to help raise money for local charities, bid on local auction items, enjoy great food, drinks, and company, and of course win some cash!
The weekly party returns to the AMVETS Post 10 building in Cheyenne, located at 3839 East Lincolnway.
Every Thursday from Sept. 7 through Nov. 16 we’ll meet up at 4:30 p.m. The live auction starts around 6 p.m. and usually wraps up sometime between 9 – 10 p.m.
Just for showing up, you have a chance to win great prizes including a grand prize of $500 cash. The AMVETS Post 10 is a 21+ establishment.
September 7 – STRIDE Learning Center
STRIDE serves over 600 kids per year at absolutely no cost to the child’s family. STRIDE provides early intervention, special education, and related services to any eligible child (birth-5) in Laramie County. These services may be provided at STRIDE, in other day care/preschools, and in children’s houses.
September 14 – Capital City Canine Search & Rescue
They provide operational search dog teams as requested by sheriffs to find lost people, living or deceased, and help them come home to their families and friends. They also provide informational programs about the dogs and safety in the wilderness to the community.
September 21 – Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary
Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary is a humanitarian service that encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build a better community with service about self as their motto. Their stated objective is to help children in the Cheyenne community with every program chosen based on a desire to improve children’s lives.
September 28 – Wyoming 211
Wyoming 2-1-1 is a free, confidential health and human services information and referral system. Their goal is to improve the health and welfare of people in Wyoming by connection them to appropriate services.
October 5 – K9s For Mobility
K9s for Mobility is dedicated to enriching the lives of others through the training, placement, and support of assistance dog partnerships.
October 12 – Cheyenne Frontier Days Volunteer Crisis Fund
The volunteer crisis fund was established to help the volunteers who donate their time and effort to make Cheyenne Frontier Days possible each year. The fund provides assistance to any volunteer in a time of need.
October 19 – St. Joseph Food Pantry
The Food Pantry is fulfilling a vital ministry of feeding the hungry in the Laramie County community.
October 26 – The Friends of Youth Alternatives Board
The Friends of Youth Alternatives, a non-profit, is dedicated to sustaining the quality of services provided by youth alternatives to the community’s youth and families.
November 2 – Project Healing Waters
Project Healing Waters is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and veterans of all conflicts and service branches through fly fishing, fly tying, and rod building, education, activities, and outings.
November 9 – Wyoming Service Dogs
Wyoming people with mobility, psychological, hearing, or medical issues gain more independence and quality of life by partnering with a service/assistance dog that is looking for a home, a person to care for, and a job to do.
November 16 – Wyoming Family Home Ownership Program
Prepares and supports low income working for families with the education and resources needed to become successful homeowners. WYFHOP families learn how to repair credit, budget, save consistently, and purchase a home on a family’s own merit.