Posted: Oct 1, 2013 11:36 PM by KBZK News
BOZEMAN - A Montana non-profit is holding its 2nd Annual Fall Roundup on Sunday, October 13th at 4 p.m. at the Copper Spring Ranch west of Four Corners.
Intermountain, the non-profit agency, offers residential and community based counselling, adoption support, behavior and mental health services for children and families.
All proceeds will go towards funding Intermountain's various services that help the children and families who depend on the agency.
The group has helped over 50 families in the Bozeman area and served 60 children in the Gallatin Valley within the last five years.
The fundraiser, coined as a "real Montana event", is being put together by a local committee chaired by Kim Scurry, Jen Smith and Becky Berglund.
Bozeman's "The Dirty Shame" is set to provide entertainment at the event where several packages will be auctioned, including a spa party and a fly fishing adventure among others.
There will be an upscale Montana barbecue including campfire trout and beef brisket, for dinner.
Intermountain now serves over 1300 children every year. It began as the Montana Deaconess Home in Helena in 1909.
For information, visit their website.