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Support The Friendship Center at Three Summer Rodeos


The Friendship Center is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts happening during three local rodeos this summer.


This weekend's East Helena Rodeo is the first of three this summer where you can show your love for healthy communities and relationships free from violence. If you're going to be out and about, stop by Mount Helena Eagles 4040 Friday and Saturday nights for free live music outside by Trust Fund Hippies starting at 7 PM. A portion of kitchen and bar sales from both nights of fun and entertainment benefit The Friendship Center.


Proceeds raised through Man Up Crusade raffle sales and donations at both the Last Chance Stampede Rodeo later this month and next month's Townsend Rodeo benefit The Friendship Center. If you missed it in our July email newsletter, you can learn more about this nationwide effort that engages local sheriffs' departments and advocacy programs like ours in raising awareness about domestic violence in our Q&A with Lewis and Clark County Undersheriff Brent Colbert.


Check out more details below to learn where, when, and how you can support The Friendship Center while you're attending one of our community's summer rodeos.


 

East Helena Rodeo Weekend at Eagles 4040 // July 12-13

This 60-year-old tradition is one of the largest Northern Rodeo Association events in the state, and one of the busiest weekends of the year over in East Helena! Come out to Mount Helena Eagles 4040 during the weekend for free live music music outside by Trust Fund Hippies, 7 PM-midnight, Friday and Saturday, July 12-13.


Get a bite to eat while the kitchen's open (6:30-11 PM) and cool down with refreshing beverages at Mount Helena Eagles 4040 while a portion of kitchen and bar sales from both nights of fun and entertainment benefit The Friendship Center. Thanks to our pals in East Helena for supporting our vital services and community-wide education in our tri-county area.


East Helena Valley Rodeo Association is moving this annual tradition to a new facility this year! Visit their website to support their efforts to relocate and expand their summer programming, and learn where you can get your tickets for this year's rodeo. Tickets are limited and may sell out, so get yours early!

 

Last Chance Stampede Rodeo // Friday, July 26, 7-10 PM

Come out to Purple Night as part of this year's Last Chance Stampede to show your support for ending domestic violence in our communities. Wear purple and enter to win raffle prizes benefiting The Friendship Center through the Man Up Crusade program.


Visit the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds website to learn more and purchase tickets for all of this year's Last Chance Stampede programming happening July 24-27.


 

Townsend Rodeo // Friday, August 2, 7-9 PM

Come out to Purple Night as part of this year's Broadwater County Rodeo to show your support for ending domestic violence in our communities. Wear purple and enter to win raffle prizes benefiting The Friendship Center through the Man Up Crusade program.


Visit the Townsend Fairgrounds website to learn more and purchase tickets for this year's rodeo and all Broadwater County Rodeo and Fair programming happening July 31-August 4.

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