Billings TrailNet members and supporters have raised more than $19,000 of the $23,000 needed to connect Swords Park to the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site.
We are just $4,000 away from reaching our goal!
A special thank you to our major donors:
Heart and Sole Run for their $11,250 donation!
Garry & Kathy Brayko, owners of Archie Cochrane Ford, for their $1,000 donation!
Twyla Best, broker owner of Granite Realty, for her $1,000 donation!
Bartlett & West for their $750 donation!
Frank & Margo Kelley for their $500 donation!
Royal Johnson for his $500 donation!
Billings TrailNet members: $4,500 in donations during our Yellowstone Kelly Trail fundraising
Walk or bike in the footsteps of history atop Billings’ rimrocks and pay your respects to renowned scout, veteran, and local hero, Yellowstone Kelly.
Let’s connect our city one trail at a time and finish this project! You can donate easily and securely from your mobile phone by texting the words "Give yktrail" to the dedicated number, 406-204-2719, or securely online by selecting DONATE NOW on the gold box above.
Thank you for making this tax-deductible gift!
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