Ninah Steber is your typical hard working Montanan. She is a 32-year-old wife, a mother of 2, works as a ranger for the BLM and is close to completing forestry school at the U of M. Ninah's family lives in Florence and her husband works for the US Forest Service.

Everything changed for Ninah and her family in September of 2016 when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. She was able to receive a bone marrow transplant this past July and has been in a Seattle hospital since May and won't likely be able to return to Florence until November.

Although Ninah and her husband Shawn have insurance to help cover medical costs, they are looking at many years of debt as they are paying to rent an apartment in Seattle while still paying their mortgage here in Montana. Let's get together to enjoy a day of fun while helping out this family.

Please join us on Sunday, September 17th at the Union Club Bar & Grill starting at 1 p.m. for an afternoon of live music from the legendary Bob Wire and silent auction and raffle. If you can't make it, you can also contribute via the GoFundMe page.

Here are some of the auction items that will be up for grabs. There will be a lot of automotive items as well, including services from Kent Brothers Automotive, Crawfords's Motor Sports, Jerry's Custom Engines, Attention To Details and Midas.