STURGIS BEEF THROW DOWN
- Minimum of 3 participating destination restaurants must be visited to qualify for drawing
- For every destination restaurant after 3, contestant will receive an additional entry in drawing
- Signature beef dish featured by the destination restaurant must be ordered
- Participants must obtain the designated stamp from the destination restaurant on their Sturgis® Beef Throw Down passport. Stamp can be obtained from waiter/hostess at the main register of the restaurant, with proof for beef signature dish order
- Passport must contain contact information
- Passport must be returned to Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ headquarters by August 11, 2019 to be eligible for drawing
- Prizes will be awarded after August 11, 2019 and winners will be notified by the South Dakota Beef Industry Council office per provided contact information
- Prizes to be awarded include:
- 1st Place: $500 in Beef Bucks plus Beef Swag
- 2nd Place: $400 in Beef Bucks plus Beef Swag
- 3rd Place: $300 in Beef Bucks plus Beef Swag
- 4th Place: $200 in Beef Bucks plus Beef Swag
- 5th Place: $100 in Beef Bucks plus Beef Swag
Beef Bucks are in the form of a pre-paid Visa Card that can be used to purchase beef at various locations
Loud American Roadhouse Events: https://www.facebook.com/events/1096178223925067/
Our Sunday morning service is traditional. Join us weekly at the Grace Lutheran Church at 9am.
The Meade County Senior Citizen Center offers soup & pie every Thursday for $5.
History at High Noon
History at High Noon will be having a new temporary home!! Starting in March, we will be meeting
in the Meade Room in the Sturgis Community Center. We will be meeting there through our May
program due to the remodeling of the Sturgis Public Library. It will be at the same time as always,
12:00 noon. We are thankful to the Community Center and Rod Heikes for offering this great space.
David Super will be presenting his program “Sheriffs of Meade County” on Friday, March 15 at the
Community Center. David always gives a great and fun program and we are sure there will be many
memories offered from the audience, as well.
History at High Noon almost always meets on the third Friday of the month, unless a holiday moves
the schedule. We meet at noon and you are invited to bring your lunch if you so desire. Our
committee is always open to suggestions for programs or offers to give a programs, so let Diana Hayes,
Bonnie Lange, Richard Moeller or Dode Lee know if you have an idea for us to pursue.
The Tattoo Cellar‘s own Richard Otten was recently involved in a motorcycle accident requiring costly medical care. There will be a benefit ride on August 17th from the Tattoo Cellar of Sturgis to the B&B Lounge in Spearfish via I-90, then to Cheyenne Crossing, the Greenfield Pub in Lead, and finally through Deadwood and back to The Knuckle Saloon for the main event and concert with musical guest, Whiskeymouth. Participant cost is $20 solo or $30 for couples – help us support this community member in a time of need! Click below to view the flyer and contact information: Richard_Otten_Benefit