The Harbaugh family graces the cover of the 2021 Calendar.
The calendar that highlights first responders – Fire, Police & EMT in our communities in an effort to put a human face on the professions.
This year’s calendar focuses on first responder families. Brothers serving with brothers, fathers serving with sons…Mason Moore was proud of his immediate family at home and his extended first responder family.
Longtime Custer County Sheriff Tony Harbaugh stands with his son Trent Harbaugh, Sheriff of Fallon County. It has been said this is the first time in Montana history that a father-son duo has been elected sheriff in two different counties and serving at the same time.
Why the Calendar?
The Calendar was started in the wake of Broadwater Sherriff’s Deputy Mason Moore being killed in the line of duty in May of 2017. In a letter penned by Mason in the event that he was killed in the line of duty, he specifically urged Jodi and family to not let hate take over their lives and to Let Love Win.
Six short months after his death and ever since, Jodi has worked tirelessly to get Mason’s message out – by trying to put a human face on the law enforcement profession that has received so much negative attention these past four years.
All monies raised from the calendar and other fundraising activities go directly to law enforcement to help them get the equipment they need to safely serve their communities.
How to help?
Generous sponsors have stepped up each of the last four years that have offset the cost of producing the calendars so every penny goes directly to the foundation grant program. The five sponsors are: PSI Propane, Madison River Propane, Stockman Bank, Kenyon Noble and Mountain Hot Tubs. Calendars are $15 each and available at www.MasonMooreFoundation.com.