It’s a new year, and organizers say it's a revamped Sagebrush Classic. In the past, the classic would select one specific nonprofit. But now, they are opening the campaign to all such organizations and many such non-profits are getting involved. “So far we are at about a hundred, but until January 11th, we won't know exactly how many. On that night we will have an exact number.” Sagebrush Classic Executive Director Aimee Baillargeon says a number of events will be held to benefit non profits. Participating non-profits will start their fundraising drive February 15th. Sagebrush classic will match that with money raised through a golf scramble, private dinners and the feast.