Lucas Fralick has joined the Wyoming Humanities team in the role of coordinator for the Museum on Main Street initiative. Fralick, who lives on a small hobby farm outside of Gillette, holds a master’s degree in history from the University of Wyoming as well as a bachelor’s degree in political science from Black Hills State University. He currently has a contracting operation with the Rockpile Museum Association to expand its membership benefits and public outreach. He also serves on the board of directors for the Campbell County Rockpile Museum.   “I’m excited to be a part of the Wyoming Humanities mission, bringing together different disciplines and interests to show how the humanities can teach us about Wyoming past, present and future,” he said. Museum on Main Street is a program of the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Service. This collaborative partnership among Wyoming Humanities, local hosts, and community partners endeavors to bring world-class exhibitions to rural and smaller communities. The theme for the upcoming exhibition is “Crossroads: Change in Rural America.” The exhibition will visit six Wyoming communities starting in September and continuing through 2022. “Lucas brings a unique skillset and background to this new role,” Shawn Reese, executive director of Wyoming Humanities, said. “This is an intensive project, one that will benefit the entire state, and we’ve got the right person on board to help make it as successful as possible.”