Diner in Wyoming Receives Help to Feed Firefighters

The Norfolk warehouse volunteers loaded 168 cases of bottled water and 2,900 pounds of pork shoulder roasts, whole chickens and sausage to help firefighters and others battling wildfires in Wyoming. The food was delivered to Western Sky Diner in Wheatland to cook up and serve to those working the front lines of these massive fires. The diner is feeding 100 firefighters daily!
Wyoming gets dry during the summer and conditions worsened with hot weather, winds and low humidity. With the fires spreading rapidly and steep terrain with minimal roads, this makes it more difficult for responders to fight the fires. Please pray for everyone involved with the fires and living in the region.

Categories: Disaster Relief

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