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Draggin' Main Returns To Sidney, Join In The Fun May 2


April 29, 2020 | View PDF

Sidney residents drive down Central Ave. Saturday night.

Draggin' Main returned to Sidney last Saturday, kicking off at Holly and Central and heading south to the roundabout. Music for the cruise was broadcasted on Eagle 93.1 FM.

"Organizers and volunteers were setup at Footers along Central collecting cash and check donations for various organizations. Donations have been made to the Richland Food Bank, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Eastern Montana Out of the Darkness Community Walk. People just pulled up to the sidewalk at the street and dropped money into a bucket or drove into the parking lot and dropped money off so they can stick to social distancing," said event organizer Nick Kallem.

The sponsors for the program and broadcast included: Footers, South 40, Reese & Ray's IGA, Reynolds Market, Gem City Motors, and ElectricLand.

"The car line started at Holly, the radios tuned to 93.1 and everybody was welcome--it's community, any and all that want to join, including motorcycles," said Kallem.

The Boys and Girls Club of the MonDak will be co-hosting The Final Countdown! Draggin' Main Sidney, MT, with 406 Audio Visual on Saturday, May 2, beginning at 7 p.m. they will be set up in the Footer's parking lot to receive donations. The club is in need of the following items as they gear up to begin programming in this new and different environment requiring many more resources: gift cards; cash or checks to purchase goods not listed; paper towels; construction paper; washable markers; glue sticks; toilet paper; ziploc bags; styrofoam to go containers; disposable silverware; crockpot and roaster oven liners; bubbles; balloons--multi-pack; sanitizing wipes; sanitizing spray; hand sanitizer; gloves; Kleenex; copy paper and masks.

We are so thankful for the community's help as we seek to fulfill our mission in unique and meaningful ways to meet the needs of our members, their families, and our community as a whole. We are truly "All in this together."


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