Every weekend in the spring and summer, Billings has yard sales scattered throughout the community.  Almost every street corner has a cardboard-box sign directing motorists to a nearby yard sale.  But if you care for those of us who struggle to not take their own lives, there is a special yard sale to peruse.

The organizers of the Out of the Darkness community walk for suicide prevention is hosting a fundraising yard sale this Friday and Saturday, June 7th and 8th from 8:00 in the morning to 2:00 in the afternoon.  Located at 2121 Lyndale Lane, the proceeds from this weekend will assist the program to reach out and pull those in despair from the edge.

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Eat at the Five on Black for Out of the Darkness

A tasty additional event is coming on June 18th.  Come to Five on Black Brazilian Grill at 316 South 24th Street West in Billings anytime between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. to support Out of the Darkness.  You can custom make a small or large meal from a grand variety that includes churrasco chicken and beef, feijoada Brazilian stew, coconut roasted sweet potato, spicy chimichurri topping, pao de queijo, and so much more.

Now for the impactful part.  Just print this flyer to bring in or show it to the cashier on your smartphone device, or just tell them you are dining for Out of the Darkness.

Credit: Out of the Darkness
Credit: Out of the Darkness

Five on Black will donate 50% of the meal tab to Out of the Darkness.

Not a typo.  Half the cost you pay for the meals will go to Out of the Darkness to save lives.  So please get a party of your friends together for fancy dining and meaningful community support.  I will be there and would love to see a full restaurant and more waiting outside.  See you there.

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