Drive-in movies, student adoptions and parades: Wyoming residents reach out to their neighbors
May 7, 2020
Even as the state slowly begins to return to normal conditions, Wyoming residents continue to reach out to their neighbors to provide support and encouragement.
The state’s newspapers are filled with stories about people’s efforts to cheer one another up, from the creation of a drive-in theater in Newcastle to parades for people who have been in isolation for one and one-half months and the creation of a “COVID mural.”
Here are a few examples:
Weston County Fairgrounds transformed into drive-in theater
NEWCASTLE — Sponsored by Pinnacle Bank, and the brainchild of the Weston Cou...