A spring-time tradition in Laramie returns Wednesday with the annual Laramie Rangers Potato Supper fundraiser at Laramie High School.

This year’s event will start at 5:30 p.m. and last until 7:30 p.m. in the Commons Area at LHS. It features the spotlighted baked potato with trimmings and fixings you want, plus dessert and beverage for only $5. You can buy tickets from a player in the legion baseball program or simply buy them at the door.

Laramie Rangers’ manager Aaron Lozano joined host David Settle (the voice of the Rangers) during the ‘Laramie Live on KOWB’ radio morning show Monday and invited everyone in the community to come out to the Potato Supper. He talked about this year’s fundraiser, how it helps, how it’s a great chance to meet the players and coaches, plus get some Rangers gear and more in the video above.

The evening also features a silent auction filled with a number of items to bid on. There will be various gift cards and certificates, gift baskets, some specialty items and more. You do not have to be present to win a silent auction item, but you will need to leave a contact number in case you bid on and win an item, so the legion program can contact you.

There is also a baseball equipment and “hand-me-down” sale taking place at the Potato Supper.

Laramie opens its season this upcoming Saturday and Sunday of Easter weekend with three games in Cheyenne against the Cheyenne Hawks, Rock Springs, and Cheyenne Post 6.

Laramie Rangers, Cowboy Field, American Legion Baseball, 2018
David Settle, Townsquare Media

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