Brain Injury Advocates of Wyoming

Brain Injury Advocates of Wyoming are hosting their annual Smoke & Soul Festival on Oct. 6 and Oct. 7.

This two-day event will feature a wide array of activities designed to raise money for one of Wyoming’s most important nonprofit organizations.

Beginning on Oct. 6, BIAW is hosting a kick-off event from 6 to 8 p.m. This event will feature live music, family activities such as cornhole and other yard games and, of course, food and beverages.

The event will also feature a raffle for a barrel smoker as well as a calcutta, where people can bid on their favorite team for the chance to win money!

The following day, Oct. 7, is the Community Choice Event. This will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. and will also feature live music, beverages and “BBQ cooked by the pros.” This is the opportunity for the community to vote on who made the very best BBQ. Tickets are only $15 and all proceeds go toward Brain Injury Advocates of Wyoming.

Oct. 7 will also feature the Kids Q BBQ competition, happening at 10 a.m. at The Hangar in Bar Nunn.

Brain Injury Advocates of Wyoming is a nonprofit organization that serves an average of 730 individuals each year! We serve individuals through Waiver Case Management, Representative Payee Services, Supported Employment, Children’s Mental Health Waiver Services, Monthly Support Group and our Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet.

In the last year, we launched a new website, finalized our organization’s first strategic plan and started two new programs. Funds raised will help us continue to serve the community and work toward our strategic goals!

For more information on the Smoke & Soul Fest, visit the Brain Injury Advocates of Wyoming website or follow them on Facebook. If you have further questions, contact Brandy Teague at 307-277-8575.

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