I don't know about you, but I could sure go for a big, tasty Matador right about now. Or, really, anytime, for that matter.

One of my personal favorites, the Matador is kind of a signature burrito around here. And you have an opportunity to not only enjoy them, but support the Missoula chapter of FFA.

The Missoula FFA Chapter will be selling World Famous Matador Burritos for curbside pickup at the Eagles Lodge (next to Rosauer's) at 2420 South Avenue in Missoula. Matador Night is on Thursday, April 29th. While COVID restrictions are still hampering fundraising events like these, they're still trying to make it as quick and convenient as possible.

The FFA is asking that you text your name and number to: 406-404-6233. They will call you back to take your order. Pick up will by at the Eagles Lodge on April 29th between 5:00 and 8:00 pm. Loaded Matadors will be just $8.00 each.

Preferred method is to order ahead of time so as to minimize overcrowding, and complying with COVID guidelines. Customers can also order from the parking lot and they will bring your Matadors out to you. Or if there is room inside you can come in.

Missoula FFA is an agricultural science program with a chapter OF 529 active student accounts and three teachers. Students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Proceeds from Matador NIght will help FFA members attend local, state and national competitions.

They would like to say thank you in advance for supporting local business and local youth.

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