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LINCOLN RODEO CLUB
The Lincoln Rodeo Club, a nonprofit organization, was formed in 1952. The club acquired a 99-year lease on a parcel of land, and fences and an arena were built from post and fence rails cut on Dalton Mountain. The first rodeo in the new arena was a two-day event on Labor Day, 1952. Since that time, the rodeo has been staged immediately following the Fourth of July Parade down Main Street of Lincoln. It has evolved into an annual event.
PONDEROSA SNOW WARRIORS P.O. Box 933 Lincoln, MT 59639
When the snow flies in Lincoln, (average snowfall is 93") snowmobiling dominates the scene. With more than 250 miles of groomed trails and nearly limitless play areas, Lincoln is truly a snowmobiler's dream, welcoming sledders from beginner to expert. Following posted rules, snowmobilers sled through town, from lodging, to eateries, to the trails. Trails open December 1 or as soon as possible therafter and remain open well into spring. Lincoln's Ponderosa Snow Warriors Snowmobile Club's volunteers work from spring through fall clearing, improving and marking trails to facilitate safe winter riding. The club grooms and maintains the trail system the entire snow season, somtimes around the clock, making it one of the smoothest you'lll find anywhere. The club hosts poker runs and other events throughout the season at their heated clubhouse just north of town.
LINCOLN MASONIC LODGE #157
#157 regularly meets the last Wednesday of the month.
MW - Noel Fryberger
BLACKFOOT RIVER CHAPTER OF DUCKS UNLIMITED
We conserve North America's waterfowl and wetlands. The vision of Duck Unlimited is to have sufficient wetlands to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever. Montana ranks third in the nation for waterfowl production. In Montana alone, DU has spent more that $18 million completing some 420 projects on over 43,000 acres, benefiting waterfowl, big game, and non-game species. Every $1 that Montana DU sends to the national DU office returns $4 for Montana wetlands conservation. DU efficiency: $.83 of every dollar raised goes directly to on the ground habitat conservation. Please consider supporting DU's conservation efforts in Montana by attending local DU Events.
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