Crazy Horse holding annual Labor Day food drive

Associated Press

CRAZY HORSE, S.D. (AP) — Residents of five states can visit South Dakota's Crazy Horse Memorial for just three cans of food per person during the extended Labor Day weekend.

It's part of an annual benefit for the Feeding South Dakota food bank.

Admission is waived from Friday through Tuesday, Sept. 6 for residents of the Dakotas, Montana, Nebraska and Wyoming with the donation of cans or cash gifts to the KOTA Care & Share Food Drive.

Last year's four-day open house raised nearly 2½ tons of food.

Events will also feature Native American artists, the chance to win a motorcycle and the year's second night blast on the mountain carving.