It’s that time of year to give to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank and our 6th year of involvement to help support those who are in need. "TURKEY DROP" has been our overall theme for collecting frozen turkeys and all kinds of food stuffs for our friends at the Food Bank for distribution. This year's effort is again co-sponsored by The Ridge Athletic Clubs and Heeb's East Main Grocery, along with the Eagle and K-SKY radio stations.
Kick off your Black Friday with Good Time Charlie and Just Jesse, broadcasting live from Bob Ward's in Bozeman starting at 6am sharp! Be one of the first 200 guests through the door on Black Friday and get a coupon for EXTRA savings during their three hour sale from 6am to 9am... featuring real eye-popping values and the best deals of the day. We'll see you there!
The Eagle is pleased to be a part of Bob Ward's annual Share the Warmth Coat Drive, in conjunction with Columbia. Help your fellow Montanans stay warm this winter by bringing your gently used winter coats and boots to any Bob Ward's location (in Bozeman on Max Ave. next to Target). You'll be re"ward"ed with a coupon to use in store. Free up some closet space and help those less fortunate this holiday season!
The legendary Bill St. James brings his wit and wisdom to the Eagle stations every Saturday, now two times: at 6am AND 6pm…four hours of music, memories and wacky witticisms like, "1983. When you had to give up miniature golf due to your primal fear of miniature windmills." Bill says it's easy to catch Time Warp Saturdays on the Eagle, "Just remember SIX!"
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