It is not Thanksgiving until you carve a few Turkeys

(Mills, Wyo.) - You can't have Thanksgiving until you carve a few turkeys. That's exactly what volunteers from Coldwell Banker, Natrona County Fire District and Keyhole Outdoor Living did today for the kids at Mills Elementary School. Brad Cundy, Manager at Keyhole Outdoor Living had worked with the kids for fundraiser earlier in the month, and learned of the kids' Chef Club. "When I discovered they had a cooking club, I volunteered to cook a few turkeys for the kids. Then it exploded to cooking for the entire school! It is such a great thing for us to give back to the community, and for me to give back to the school I grew up in," said Cundy. Cundy and Keyhole Outdoor Living provided the grills to cook four big turkeys, and the kids of the Mills' Cooking Club helped with the prep work and preparing the big Thanksgiving meal. The Craft Club stepped in to make great decorations for the celebration. [image: 0 (3).jpeg] [image: 0 (8).png] Second grade teacher, Jamie Warner reported that the kids in the Cooking Club will be cooking a Thanksgiving Day feast for their families this afternoon after the school is fed. The Legacy Group, Coldwell Banker manager Josh Kalinowki brought his A-Team to Mills to help with the turkey cutting and commented, "This is a great opportunity for us to give back to the community. We are excited to help these kids out. For some, this may be the only Thanksgiving meal they get. This is just one of the ways we are able to reach out and help the community." Natrona County Fire District firefighters also stepped in to add the toppings to the kids' pumpkin pie, and NC Fire Captain Rick Young reported, "This is great for us to be out and about and doing something fun and different. Always great to get out and work with the kiddos." Hungry pre-preschoolers and kindergartners swarmed the gym ready and thankful for a great meal with their friends![image: 0 (9).jpeg] [image: 0 (8).jpeg] #oilcity #news