Premature babies face a difficult uphill battle in Wyoming.  The lack of adequate facilities to care for extremely premature babies in Wyoming force many families to travel to Denver or Salt Lake for help.  That's the case with with Boden Avery Sterling who was born at 1 pound 5 ounces and is now over 3 pounds in a Denver hospital and appears to be improving, even though his due date wasn't supposed to be until September 28th.

This coming Saturday, there will be a music filled fundraiser happening at Conwell park and featuring several bands performing throughout the day to help the Sterling family with the travel and medical costs with the premature arrival of their little bundle of joy.

On Tuesday afternoon - friend of the family Ranola Miller, Musicians Steve Frame and Angie Schneider joined Rodeo Rick in the My Country 955 studio to talk about the fundraising event and preview some of the music you'll be able to take in on Saturday.

Steve Frame and his Western Rebels will be taking to the stage at 2pm and Steve will be selling CD's at the show for only $10 each with $7 from each CD going to help the Sterling Family.  Check out Steve and Angie as they perform in the My Country Studio.

Grab a blanket or a lawn chair and come be a part of the fun this Saturday at Angels for Boden.  There will be raffles, silent auction, T-shirts, hot dogs, beverages, chips and cookies.  A huge thanks to Albertsons for donating all of the food and to Pepsi for providing all the refreshments for the event.

When:  Saturday, September 13th - 11am to 6pm

Where:  Conwell Park (across from Wyoming Medical Center)

8 Local Bands will perform:

11a - 307 Divine and Fire By Night

12p - Rogue Radio

1p - The Blue Marble Project

2p - Steve Frame and his Western Rebels

3p - Sue Morrison and Mark Laura

4p - One Child Left Behind

5p - Barrelhouse Blues

For more information on the event or to make a donation, you can call Lori @ 259-6696 or Ranola @ 277-3585.