Parts of the state may have just received a healthy dose of snow, but don't let the hyperemotional Montana weather fool you: It's springtime. That means that as all of us Grizzly bears wake up from hibernation, it's time to hit the road and tour the state.

The Grizzly Scholarship Association Spring Tour kicks off tomorrow (May 10) in Bigfork at the Grizzly Golf Classic. That event is already sold out, but there are many other chances to get out and support the Grizzlies. There are stops in Great Falls, Helena, Billings, Butte and everywhere in between. The events range from golf outings to lunches or dinners. In total, the Spring Tour will cover "nearly 4,000 miles from the mountains to the prairie," according to the Spring Tour's press release.

Meet some of the biggest names in the University of Montana Athletics. Athletic Director Kent Haslem, Head Coaches Bobby Hauck, Travis DeCuire and Brian Holsinger, Voice of The Griz Riley Corcoran and the rest of the GSA department.

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The GSA Spring Tour gives fans the opportunity to connect with the University but also gives the University a chance to greet fans and say thanks for all you do.

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The full list of events and details can be found at

Here's the full list of destinations in the coming weeks across the Treasure State.

May 10 (Fri) – Bigfork – Grizzly Golf Classic
May 14 (Tue) – Great Falls
May 15 (Wed) – Cut Bank
May 16 (Thu) – Fort Benton
May 20 (Mon) – Havre/Glasgow
May 21 (Tue) – Sidney

May 22 (Wed) – Billings – GSA BBQ
May 23 (Thu) – Billings QB Club Golf
May 30 (Thu) – Helena
May 31 (Fri) – Butte
June 7 (Fri) - Ronan

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