2017 Annual Fundraiser Banquet

Location: Billings Depot – 2310 Montana Avenue

Time: Doors open at 5:00 pm. Brisket and turkey thigh dinner served at 6:30.

Highlights: Gift basket competition/donation, silent auction, youth demonstration fly tyers, demonstration tyers, public land water access, Yellowstone Lake cutthroat recovery update, fish wildlife parks update, big horn river status, and much more. Lots and lots of fun!

Fundraiser: Magic City Fly Fishers has a long history of success with conservation issues, youth programs, public access, educations and a good time. Here are just a few example of how your support yields high returns on investment.

Invest by purchasing a $30 banquet ticket, a $50 raffle ticket or bidding up an auction item. Plus you’ll have fun!

Purchase tickets through noon Tuesday, May 2

Online with Stripe and credit card: https://events.ticketprinting.com/event/22982

Email Treasurer Alex Martin: treasurer@mcffonline.org

Call Treasurer Alex Martin: 406-671-5944, leave message, Alex can take credit card information over the phone to reserve your tickets.

 

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Proceeds go towards these worthy causes and many more

MCFF reached over 1,500 young people in 2016 through Rocky Camp, school fly tying events, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Conservation Districts, high school clubs and FWP. MCFF will reach more in 2017 with your support. Buy two NRS raft raffle tickets. $100.

Victory! This is Seylor Lane Bridge on the Ruby River, where Public Land Water Access (PLWA) prevailed after years of expensive litigation. MCFF supports PLWA any way we can. Purchase five squares on their raffle boards, $50, at the banquet. It is your access.

MCFF Conservation Projects focus on Yellowstone cutthroat trout, the Yellowstone eco system’s native trout. MCFF supports the elimination of lake trout from Yellowstone Lake and brook trout from Soda Butte creek. There is more to do. Bid high. Buy a table for the banquet. $300 for a great evening of fun and excitement.

Tintina Resources plans a huge copper mine near Sheep Creek, a Smith River Tributary. Montana TU has found many flaws in their application. This effort is just beginning. $120