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Casper Orthopedics, Summit Medical Center, Elkhorn Valley Rehabilitation Hospital and the Wyoming Behavioral Institute have partnered to host a summer concert during the Beartrap Summer Festival on Sunday, August 5, featuring the Lander Volunteer Fire Department Pipe Band, the Casper Professional Firefighters Pipe and Drums and members of the staff at Casper Orthopedics, including Dr. Matthew Mitchell. Open to the public, the event will begin with an entry parade prior to their 9:45 a.m. performance at Beartrap Meadow, located off of County Road 505 at Casper Mountain in Casper. Tickets for the Beartrap Summer Festival can be purchased online at beartrapsummerfestival.com.
Entitled “Tribute to First Responders,” the musical presentation that was organized by Audrey Mitchell will be in honor of service members and will serve to raise awareness for the Jerry Behrens Foundation, which supports wounded firefighters and members of the military and police as well as their families.
A limited number of free tickets are available for fire, police and military members and their families. Those seeking to attend the event or learn more about the Jerry Behrens Foundation are encouraged to call (307) 265-7205.
The Jerry Behrens Foundation was established to support wounded and ill service members in honor of the lifelong achievements and commitment to community service that was demonstrated by co-founder of Casper Orthopedics Jerome A. Behrens, M.D. Casper Orthopedics funds the administrative cost of services so that all financial contributions to the foundation go directly to its beneficiaries.
To learn more about Casper Orthopedics’ participation in the Beartrap Summer Festival or the Jerry Behrens Foundation, please call (307) 265-7205.