Every Thursday from February 6 to May 29, 2014, the Redwood Lounge and Package Liquor will be helping local charities by hosting "Thankful Thursday."

Events will have auctions, raffle ticket sales, and food/drink for purchase. Money raised from the evening will benefit the specific charities listed below.

The idea behind this is that we'll have 106 beer bottles (for 106.3, of course) up for grabs. Each bottle will have a number and a prize associated with it. When you walk in the door, we'll slap a wrist band with a number on you. If your number is called that night (we only call 10 each week!), then you'll get the prize in the associated bottle (No purchase necessary, but if you do purchase, proceeds will help benefit these charities!).

Three of the bottles have $500 in them.

Yep. $500 bucks!

KingFM and Cowboy Country will be on hand most Thursdays for a meet-n-greet, and to help raise money for the wonderful causes below:

  • February 6 - Cheyenne Capitol Chorale. Provide beautiful live music for the public adding to the cultural amenities and opportunities in this community. It is an outlet and rewarding activity for people that love to sing and perform. Provides performance opportunities for local musicians to serve as accompanists.
  • February 13 - Julie's Closet. A local nonprofit organization staffed completely by volunteers that provides clothing for women int he community who are in need of professional clothing.
  • February 20 - Safe Harbor. Provides a child-friendly, safe and supportive environment for abused and neglected children.
  • February 27 - Cheyenne Equestrian Center. Dedicated to providing quality therapeutic equestrian activities to all of their special needs clients and their families.
  • March 6 - MS. They fund MS research for better treatments and a cure. They educate and support those newly diagnosed with MS and provide wellness programs to improve the body, mind and spirit, social opportunities and scholarships to support families, care management to increase independence, financial assistance, and advocate improving the quality of life for people with MS.
  • March 13 - CASA. Provide a court-appointed voice for abused and neglected children thereby advocating a safe and permanent environment in the community for children to grow and develop into stable adults.
  • March 20 - Lions Club. Dedicated to actively identifying and serving the needs of the Cheyenne community.
  • March 27 - Habitat for Humanity. Their mission, "building safe and affordable housing," directs all activities performed by the affiliate. They strive to eliminate substandard and poverty housing by creating partnerships with community donors and volunteers. Habitat's program is unique in that it allows hardworking families to become first-time homeowners.
  • April 3 - HOPE (Hispanic Organization for Progress and Education). Making a positive difference for a brighter future by working for educational success for Hispanics at all levels. Supports Hispanic students' efforts to gain the training and education necessary to pursue and achieve their ambitions. Provides college and/or higher education scholarships to deserving Hispanic students annually.
  • April 10 - TBA. 
  • April 17 - Grace for 2 Brothers. An educational organization dedicated to the advocacy of suicide prevention through awareness and education.
  • April 24 - Safehouse Services of Cheyenne. Provides services to victims or survivors of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. Operates a shelter for persons who are in violent or potentially violent environments. Is a residential center designed to provide a comprehensive set of services for these victims and their children.
  • May 1 - Relay for Life Team 1968. The American Cancer Society sponsors Relay for Life in communities throughout the world in an effort to raise money to find a cure for cancer. The "Class of 68's" team members are form Central, East and St. Mary's high schools here in Cheyenne.
  • May 8 - Alzheimer's Association. Fighting Alzheimer's disease through vital research and essential support programs and services.
  • May 15 - Down Syndrome. Provides education, information, networking opportunities, and support for individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
  • May 22 - The American Legion & Auxiliary Boys & Girls State Program. Premier programs for teaching students who have completed their junior year in high school how government works while developing leadership skills and an appreciation for their rights as a citizen.
  • May 29 - Laramie County Community Christmas. Food baskets for those in need at Christmas in Laramie County, hosted by Alf's Pub and Package Liquor.