The Depot 11th Annual Crossroads Shootout raffle ticket fundraiser made a donation to Mariah’s Challenge for $2,300 this week.
The donation brings the total from the Shootout to $36,500 to the local organization.
“The Depot Crossroads Shootout has once again showed what Butte Tough is in the belief of helping Butte’s youth to Grow Old,” said Mariah’s Challenge founder Leo McCarthy. “Eleven years straight, their group has once again made an outstanding donation in the amount of $2,300 for 2018 to Marisha’s Challenge. A total of $36,500 has been provided to help our youth live a life of simple self-respect. Mariah’s Challenge and the McCarthy, Kilmer and Okrusch families are honored by your hard work for our future leaders.”
“It’s a honor to be able to continue with our annual donation to Mariah’s Challenge and it’s amazing that we have been able to donate $36,500,” said Mike Bauer, the founder of the Shootout. “Special thanks to all the volunteers who have helped the last eleven years and all the businesses who continue to support our organization.”
Local groups and individuals sold $10 raffle tickets with half going toward their organization and the other half going to The Depot Crossroads Shootout organization. The winners of the 2018 are:
Mike Johnson, Tony Canape, Jim Rowe, Judy Dolan, Jeff Orem, INSKO, Pam Hogart, Gaye Godbout, Jim LeProwse, Julie Pavlovich, Ryan Pierce, Janis Quam.