Cowboy Skill Games to Give $15,000 to Mullen Fire Volunteer Fire Departments

Cowboy Skill Games of Wyoming will donate $15,000 to Mullen Fire area Volunteer Fire Departments on Wednesday to thank them for their heroic efforts.

Annaliese Wiederspahn

November 10, 20201 min read

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(Cowboy State Daily Staff)

Cowboy Skill Games of Wyoming on Wednesday will thank Volunteer Fire Departments for their efforts in battling the Mullen Fire which affected more than 177,000 acres in southern Wyoming.

The organization, comprised of Wyoming-owned amusement and vending companies, will donate $15,000 to the local area Volunteer Fire Departments at a check presentation ceremony at the Central Station in Laramie at 4287 North 3rd Street at 10am.

The goal is to thank the volunteer firefighters and to encourage statewide giving to Volunteer Fire Departments across Wyoming.

Representatives from Cowboy Skill Games, the Volunteer Fire Departments, and Wyoming meteorologist Don Day will all speak at the ceremony.

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Annaliese Wiederspahn

State Political Reporter