Community barbecue feeds over 100 people in Chugwater

Richard and Cassie Walker from “Here to Help Foundation of Wyoming” supplied all the food to feed the community of Chugwater in a barbecue last Saturday from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. in downtown Chugwater. entrepreneur and photographer takes a picture of “Here to Help Foundation of Wyoming” founder Richard Walker at a community wide barbecue on the main street in Chugwater.

CHUGWATER – Chugwater community liason, Jill Rossberg Graves, decided that she wanted to hold a family barbecue for the community of Chugwater and last Saturday from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., over 100 people came to share in the celebration of community and family.

Graves recently took the position of community liason and reached out to the Here to Help Foundation of Wyoming to ask for help in restocking the local pantry.

“I asked for help restocking the pantry and they came from Casper to help feed the town,” Graves said.

"Here to help foundation of Wyoming" supplied all the food to feed the community. They served pulled pork sandwiches, hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, cookies candy, soda and bottled water.

“This nonprofit has 22 food pantry boxes throughout Wyoming,” Graves said. “One of those boxes is located inside our community center. They were coming to restock our pantry and Richard (Walker, founder of Here to Help Foundation of Wyoming) asked if they could bring a food truck to feed the community. The fellowship and food were Amazing.”

The Here to Help Foundation of Wyoming, according to their site is committed to providing services for the local Wyoming communities.

“ We are here to help those who are having a hard time getting  that job or finding a place to fit in, putting a meal on the table,” Walker said. “Your donation and sponsorship always goes to and stays in the community.”

Their contact info 307-262-8548  and website:


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