A resident of Bozeman will make an appearance on a popular talk show on CBS, and it's for a very special reason. Here's how to watch.

Bozeman Resident Will Make Appearance of Popular Talk Show

An non-profit organization that helps a lot of people in Montana will be highlighted on the Kelly Clarkson Show on Wednesday afternoon. The organization plays a critical roll in in reducing food insecurity in Southwest Montana. Ali Thornton will be a guest on the Kelly Clarkson Show. Thornton is the Food and Nutrition Program Manager for HRDC.

Mighty Spork Food Truck

Thornton will tell America all about the HRDC's Mighty Spork Food Truck and the difference it's making in the lives of residents of southwest Montana.

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If you want to watch the episode, here's when and where to watch in Montana.

  • Billings  - KTVQ- 3:00 p.m
  • Bozeman and Butte - KXLF - 2:00 p.m.
  • Glendive - KRTV - 3:00 p.m.
  • Great Falls - KRTV - 2:00 p.m.
  • Helena - KXLH - 3:00 p.m.
  • Missoula - KPAX - 3:00 p.m.

The Might Spork Food Truck is the first pay-what-you-can food truck in Montana. The primary goal of the food truck is to provide affordable meals to community members who live in more rural areas, outside of Bozeman, and to help families and individuals who need food resources.

How Does It Work?

It may sound like there’s a catch, but the concept is really quite simple; you pay what you can for the meal. There will be suggested prices, but folks are welcome to pay whatever they are able, whether that’s $1 or $100, and to “pay it forward” for someone else if they can.

To learn more about the HRDC's Mighty Spork Food Truck, click here.

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