Fergus County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting - September 16, 2021
Fergus County Farm Bureau Annul Meeting - Aboard the Charlie Russell Chew Choo Train
September 16, 2021
Fergus County Farm Bureau will be holding our 2021 Annual Meeting on September 16th aboard the Charlie Russell Chew Choo Train. Our county Farm Bureau annual meeting is a great chance for members to get together for an enjoyable evening and a great meal. One of the most important aspects of this meeting will be discussions on policy resolutions for which members believe MFBF should take a stance. Together we are the Voice of Agriculture. Fergus County Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization of farmer and rancher members and county annual meetings are the starting point for agricultural policy for Montana Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Directions to Kingston Junction Boarding location
We will board the Charlie Russel Chew Choo Train at 3:30 PM at the Kingston Junction Boarding location and it will depart promptly at 4:00 PM. Price for the train ride, meeting and a prime rib dinner with all the fixings is just $20 per person or $50 per family (2 adults + kids). Children under 2 years old ride free, but need to be included in the registration for head count. There is also an option for a kid’s meal of chicken strips, mac & cheese and fruit for children who would prefer that option. If you need special menu considerations, please call Kris at 406-366-2829 and we will try to accommodate your needs.
- Go North at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Main Street in Lewistown.
- Turn RIGHT onto highway 191 North, go approx. 2 miles. (Past the Fairgrounds on your left and Central Mt Propane on the right)
- Turn LEFT onto Hanover Road (HYW 426).
- Travel 8 miles and the Charlie Russell Chew Choo boarding site will be on the left. (About ½ mile past the wooden trestle).
If for some reason you need to cancel your reservation call 406-366-2829. No refund will be given after September 1st. Please make the call if you are not able to use your reserved seating so we know not to expect you.
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