Calling all animal lovers! Whether you like to hunt or just enjoy the wildlife of our beautiful state, this is an event you absolutely do not want to miss.

Finally, after a couple of years, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is back on track and we are SO excited.

This Saturday, April 23rd, you can attend one of the best banquets in Bozeman. The fun starts at 4 PM and you can get your tickets right here.

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Photo by Hari Nandakumar on Unsplash
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It's the best deal to get your friends together and reserve a table. That way you can brag about the super sweet raffle prize you won and they didn't. Not to mention the amazing food that you will all be talking about until the next banquet.

In Montana alone, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) has preserved over 30,000 acres of land for our beautiful Montana. What exactly is the RMEF:

 it is a wildlife conservation organization with a mission to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage -Official RMEF Page

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Photo by Alena Plotnikova on Unsplash
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This event will take place at the SUB Ballroom at MSU. There are a couple of ways to get tickets to this wonderful event.

1. Call Becky @ 406.539.4381

2. RMEF.Org

By clicking here you can get a full rundown of prices and prizes that will be at this event. Maybe you can not make the event, but still want to give back to Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation? Here is where you can do that. You can also become a member here as well.

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