26 members of the University  of Montana  chapter of the  Sigma Phi Epsilon  fraternity will take turns running relay shifts to Bozeman tomorrow. The boys will be getting bundled up  to run  along the 201-mile stretch of Interstate 90  as part of their biennial fundraiser that benefits the Watson Children’s Shelter. The fraternity, established at  UM in 1918, holds the fundraiser every other year when MSU hosts the Griz-Cat football game in Bozeman. Chapter President Torrence Gustafson says they are more than happy to help the Watson Children’s Shelter.(That interview is attached below)

Gustafson says  the run takes about 2 to 3 days to complete. So far the members have raised close to $2,000 for the shelter. If you would like to donate to their cause please contact Ross   at 208-651-8233 or online here.