RMEF Mondak Chapter’s Banquet is Saturday in Williston
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is a conservation and pro-hunting organization, founded in the United States in 1984 by four hunters from Troy, Montana. Its mission is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and American hunting heritage.
Since 1984, RMEF and its partners conserved or enhanced more than 8.6 million acres of North America’s finest elk country. That's over one square mile of elk country every day. They have more than 500 chapters and 11,00+ volunteers all over the United States.
You're invited to join the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Mondak Chapter for a special banquet, sporting auction, an evening of entertainment. It's all a fundraiser to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage. Come and have fun while supporting conservation. The only thing better than having a good time, is having a good time for a great cause.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Mondak Chapter banquet is Saturday, May 6 at the Upper Missouri Valley Fair Multi-Purpose Building. This elk country fundraiser is the do not miss social event of the year. It includes auctions, dinner, games, fun and your chance to win fabulous prizes.
Also this year, two Elk Tags are available. One will be raffled, and one will be auctioned. This promises to be a lively auction!
Tickets for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Williston event are limited, Online at https://events.rmef.org/shop/mondak
Or call Deb at 701-570-2907 or Miranda at 701-570-4890.
Areas of conservation in North Dakota include Beaver Creek in Golden Valley County, Myers Ranch in McKenzie County, Vesey Ranch in Billings County, Elkhorn Ranch I and Elkhorn Ranch II on the Dakota Prairie Grassland in Billings County, and the Chateau de Mores on the Dakota Prairie Grassland in Billings County.