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HAPPENINGS FOR 2014

The Pony Homecoming Club was established in 1961 to provide a sense of community for
Harrison, Pony, Norris and surrounding areas, and to preserve the historic buildings in Pony, Montana.
Donations are always welcomed to help preserve the buildings of this great town!
The Pony Homecoming Club is a non-profit organization, 501(c)(3), which means that your donations are tax deductible.
Join the Pony Homecoming Club by sending a check for Membership Dues & Donations to:
Pony Homecoming Club, PO Box 654, Pony, MT 59747

Scheduled Happenings for 2014:

Due to a heavy snow in early October that destroyed many trees in the Pony Park,
there will be a massive Pony Park Cleanup Day on
May 10, 2014 at 9PM through 1 PM, with a BBQ afterward.
Bring your wheelbarrow, rake and energy to help us clean up this huge mess.
THANK YOU!

PHC GENERAL MEETING
July 16, 2014
Pony Park, Pony, MT
6PM, BBQ to follow.
Bring a sidedish and join us!

Saturday, June 14, 2014
Horseback Poker Ride

Pony Homecoming Club Fund Raiser
Saddle up the horses and put on your poker face!

 Held at Todd & Cindy Brennan Ranch
854 Montana Highway 359, Cardwell, Montana
I-90 at Cardwell, South on Montana Highway 359
(9.4 miles from Cardwell); turn West for 1/2 mile;
or I-90 Wheat Mt exit (Hwy 287 South) to Mt Hwy 359 (17.9 miles),
go 4.9 miles Northwest on Hwy 359, turn West for 1/2 mile;
or Hwy 287 North from Ennis thru
Harrison to
Mt Hwy 359 Northwest 4.9 miles, turn West for mile.  Look for signs!

No dogs allowed on the ride or in lunch area.
1st, 2nd & 3rd Money Prizes
PLUS Drawings for
Horse Supplies & Goodies!
Registration for the Poker Ride is 8:30-9:30AM at the trail head site. 
Ride to start between
9:00 - 10AM.  Approximate 10 mile trail ride.
$25 for one poker hand, ride and lunch.  Extra hands available ($10). 
Must be 18+ for poker hands. 
Children ride for Free; Lunch $5 per child (under 10);
Lunch $10.00 per adult (if not riding) & children over 10.
Plenty of room for parking your trailers!
Lunch provided by the Pony Homecoming Club.



July 19th - Pony Trot - 5K & 10K Race
Call Anne or Daryl DeFrance
406-685-3674







Pony Homecoming Club meets at the every 3rd Wednesday, at 6 PM at the Pony Bar, for the monthly meeting.

Please come join us and make your voice known. Everyone is welcome at these meetings!

Come & join us for our fun-filled activities, such as FiddleFest Jamboree, Pony 5K; 10K Race,
Indoor/Outdoor Garage Sale, Pony Poker Ride, Pony Trot (5K & 10K).  
We can always use the help and look forward to you helping support the preservation of this historic town.  
Support your local Pony community, become a member,
join the Pony Homecoming Club, only $10 per person per year!


Thank you for your support!

These buildings get rented fast, so reserve your spot now before the rush!

Rent out this beautiful 100+ year old church!!

Pony, Montana Church for Rent for Weddings
100+ year-old church, available for weddings,
spiritual gatherings, small group meetings,
seats approximately 50 people.  Rent $100 per day.
In addition is a $50 cleaning deposit (refundable).
Have your wedding in the church & your reception in the Pony Gym
or the Pony Park in the beautiful setting of Pony, Montana!

The Pony Gym: $200 rental
In addition is a $100 cleaning deposit (refundable).

The Pony Park is also available for special occasions, receptions, meetings, etc. at $100 per day.
In addition is a $100 cleaning deposit (refundable).

You will need to reserve the Park ahead of time to guarantee that your tables will be available.
The Pony Park is open to the public every day, unless reserved.
For Availability, Call Carole Carberry, 406-685-3330


The Pony Homecoming Club is now a 501(c)(3), which means we have a tax exempt status from the IRS,
which means that all donations can be deducted off your taxes!

 Please donate by sending a check or money order to:
Pony Homecoming Club
PO Box 654
Pony, MT 59747


PONY, MONTANA History Book
"A Golden Past, Still a Treasure"


Pony Montana History Book

If you would like to order a copy
of the book, it is $33 per book (shipping included).

You may purchase by sending a check or money order to:

The Pony Homecoming Club
PO Box 654
Pony, MT 59747-0654


Memorial Day Horseback Poker Ride - Virginia City
Saturday, May 24, 2014

Saddle up the horses and come to Virginia City!
The Labor Day Horseback Poker Ride is Saturday, September 4, 2010 in Virginia City.
This year's poker ride is sponsored by the Virginia City Area Chamber of Commerce.
Registration for the Poker Ride is 8:30am-10:00am at the Bale of Hay Saloon.
Admission is $15 per rider. First and last card will be given at the Bale.
Drawings will begin when all riders have collected their final card. This is not a race, ride at your leisure. New trails this year!
 

Labor Day Horseback Poker Ride - Virginia City
Saturday, August 30, 2014

Saddle up the horses and come to Virginia City!
This year's poker ride is sponsored by the Virginia City Area Chamber of Commerce.
Registration for the Poker Ride is 8:30am-10:00am at the Bale of Hay Saloon.
Admission is $15 per rider. First and last card will be given at the Bale.
Drawings will begin when all riders have collected their final card. This is not a race, ride at your leisure. New trails this year!
 

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Pony, Montana 




        
Welcome to Pony, Montana!
Official/Registered US Ghost Town

Tucked away in the Tobacco Root mountains of the Montana Rockies is the town of Pony, Montana. Often referred to as "The Last Best Town In The Last Best Place," it rests peacefully in the shadow of 10,000 foot Hollowtop Mountain. Less than one hundred families live in Pony, Montana today, though during the height of the gold rush days the population exceeded 5,000. More Info...



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UPDATED MARCH 19, 2014