Leaving our BIG footprint in our community


“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

-Margaret Mead

Bigfoot Community Events is proud to have the following people as its Board members:


Shannon Wickham, Co-Founder

Shannon is mom to two beautiful children.  She has been working alongside and supporting her husband Travis since the first event, Ash Kicker, in 2011.  Shannon’s energy and can-do attitude are the foundation for Bigfoot Community Events.


Travis Wickham, Founder

Travis Wickham is the creative master mind behind the foundation and events.  His calm demeanor and modesty make him a natural leader.

Ray Teter, Ragan & Brown CPAs, President

Ray Teter is a Certified Public Accountant at Ragan & Brown CPAs.  Ray serves as a councilman for the city of Castle Rock and volunteers his time coaching his children’s soccer team.

Dr. Lindsay Schwinn, ND, Total Health Center, Vice President

Lindsay is a Naturopathic Physician and owner of Total Health Center in Longview, WA. Lindsay is dedicated to healthy living and improving the quality of lives in our community.


Jennifer Brown

Jennifer works at the Port of Longview in the Information Services department and is a mom to two teenage daughters.  She is dedicated, committed and genuinely good hearted.  Jennifer is proud to be a part of BCE and working with a great group of people.


Darline Foster

Darline and her husband Adam are the lucky parents to three kids.   Being able to help and give back to her community brings her joy.


guild-loan-officer-jon-trussellJonathan Trussell, Guild Mortgage Company

Born and raised in Cowlitz County, Jon Trussell calls Longview home.  After attending the University of Washington, Jonathan and his wife moved to San Francisco and back to Longview in 2006.  Jonathan cares about the children and families in our community and has been on the board for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) since 2007.  Jon volunteers with many other charities and groups.  “Volunteering and working together, we can make a huge difference in the lives of children and families that need help in our community.”