It's not only local residents who are helping the Cochrane Lions food drive that's now in its third day.

The Cochrane Labour Day Weekend Rodeo is enjoyed by people from around the globe, and they follow it on social media. 

Some have voice disappointed in seeing the rodeo cancelled this year, but they've caught the spirit of the "Fill the Chute" food drive.

"They've been finding ways and sending us money towards the food drive because they've totally enjoyed themselves at our rodeo," says Lions rodeo co-chair Kevin Firkus. "It's making us feel really good to know it has an impact worldwide, and we appreciate these people making donations to the campaign."

The rodeo chute will be in travelling through several more neighbourhoods starting tonight at 6 p.m.

The Lions have issued an approximate schedule on when they will be arriving in each area.

They should start travelling through Sunset Ridge at 6 p.m.

At approximately 6:30 p.m., they'll be in Heritage Hills, then cross over to Heartland.

After that, they're heading to Cochrane Heights and Sunterra and finish around 7:30 p.m. 

Drop-off spots have also been established at playgrounds and schools in all of these neighbourhoods.

During the day, the Chute trailer is located near the Cochrane Lions Events Centre (CLEC) on 5th Ave.

On Friday it will be located by Two Pharmacy, located at 100 Grand Boulevard.

It then returns to the CLEC on both Saturday and Sunday before being park of the stationary Labour Day Parade at the Spray Lake Sawmills Familly Sport Centre.