It's going to be another very busy week at the Butte Elks Lodge 240 featuring bingo, singo, the Berkeley Pits and a Mothers' Day breakfast all on the docket.  Let's have a look at what's coming up.

Photo: Facebook/Butte Elks Lodge 240
Photo: Facebook/Butte Elks Lodge 240

Thursday, test your musical knowledge with another fun and entertaining Singo session getting underway at 6:30pm.  The bar will be open at 5pm.  On Friday the bar opens at 6pm and the Berkeley Pits will be playing live from 8pm to 11pm.  The Berkeley Pits are simply fantastic.  Mark LaFond and John Stenson make up the very talented duo and they have been heavy hitters on the local music scene for decades.  Classic Rock, Country, and even the occasional rap song have been known to make their way into the Berkeley Pits' setlist.  Whatever they play, you will not be disappointed.

Saturday is a very special Hungry Hill Bingo fundraiser.

Look for full details on this event to be posted this week on the Butte Elks Lodge 240 Facebook page.

Sunday don't miss a delicious Mothers' Day breakfast being put on by the Centerville Volunteer Fire Department.  Bring Mom and the whole family up for pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, coffee, juice and milk from 9 to noon.  This is the 25th Annual Centerville Volunteer Fire Department Mothers' Day Breakfast and the cost is ten dollars for adults, kids 6 to 12 are $5 and families will be admitted for $25.

The Elks is located at 206 W. Galena and can be reached by phone at (406)782-3278 or by email at

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