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Each week we draw from ALL that week's anniversaries and birthdays to give away a birthday prize pack from our sponsors:
- $10 gift certificate from the Apple Trolley
- Collector's coins from Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
- Two matinee tickets from Valley Cinemas
- $10 gift certificate from Reynolds Market Deli & Bakery
- an ice cream cake from Flip Burgers & Treats

Our weekly winner:

Kurt Rosendahl

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union

With locations in Glasgow and Fort Peck, the Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union is your financial powerhouse. They offer more than just great rates, they also offer many free and low-cost services to make your life easier. Their list of services includes:

Money Orders, Travelers Checks, Corporate Checks, Direct Deposit, Payroll Deduction, Wire Transfers, ACH Transactions, Stop Payments, Automatic Payments, NADA Book Auto Values, Notary Service, U.S. Savings Bond Redemption, Commemorative Coin Purchase, Copies, Fax, Consumers Loans, Home Equity Loans, Real Estate Loans, Mobile Home Loans, Credit Life Insurance, IRAs

Find them at either location from 8:30 to 4 daily or online at www.fortpeckcu.com.

Insured by NCUA, equal housing lender.

Reynolds Market Deli and Bakery

Select 2 Entree Items Along With 2 Side Items For Just $6.00

Foxy Combo Entree Items:
Chicken Breast, Chicken Thigh, Chicken Drumstick, Chicken Wing, Chicken Tender,
Pizza Stick, Burrito, Corn Dog, Egg Roll

Foxy Combo Side Items:
Potato Wedges, Macaroni Salad, Gourmet Mac & Cheese, Bbq Beans, Mashed Potatoes And Gravy,
Regular Potato Salad, Ham & Pea Salad, 3 Bean Salad, Raspberry Parfait, Pistachio Cream Salad

Reynold's always has some Protein Packs ready: 8 different individually wrapped protein packs, just $5.00 each-
4 cheese
2 cheese with 2 pretzel
2 cheese with grapes and carrots
2 meat with 2 cheese
2 meat 2 cheese and carrots
1 meat 2 cheese and grapes
2 meat with cheese and pretzel chips
Meat cheese carrots and grapes
Meat and cheese with crackers in a 7 oz. cup
Meat and cheese with trail mix in a 7 oz. cup

Valley Cinemas

Joker (R) @ 4, 7, 9:25 p.m. Friday and Saturday
4 and 7 p.m. Sunday
5:10 and 7:50 p.m. Monday - Thursday

Downtown Abbey (PG) @ 4:10, 6:50 & 9:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday
4:10, 6:50 p.m. Sunday
5:00, 8:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday.

Don't miss Five Dollar Tuesday - every showing is only five dollars on Tuesdays at Valley Cinemas!

For full movie details, visit Valley Cinemas online.

Apple Trolley

The Apple Trolley - because apples make people happy!

Walk into the shop across from the Albertson's parking lot and grab treats OR utilize the DRIVE-THRU to pick up your gourmet apples, soups, cupcakes, sandwiches, and more.

Now serving espressos! Stop in to the Apple Trolley to grab a latte or smoothie.

Have you tried an Apple Trolley BREAKFAST panini yet? Choose from the deluxe, strawberries and cream, ham and egg, or sausage, egg, and cheddar cheese options. Other breakfast items include the ever-popular breakfast burrito, biscuits and gravy, or a sweet caramel roll.

Head to the Apple Trolley for lunch! From grilled paninis to twice-daily soups, you can finish it off with a sweet treat.

Hours are Monday- Friday from 7 to 4 and Saturdays from 8 to 2.

Offering sugar-free options! Stop in or call 228-2915. Go online...

Flip Burgers & Treats

They have 3 sizes of ice cream cakes..,.you order your favorite ice cream cake.....Andi will make itl
(4, 7, 9 inch)

Our menu includes: Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Eugene's Pizza Burgers, Big Kahuna Burger, Patti Melt, Gyros, fish baskets, chicken strip baskets, shrimp baskets, all beef hot dogs, Scottie dogs, Philly dogs, corn dogs, Chicago dogs, French Fries, Gems, Beer Battered Onion Rings, Mac & Cheese Wedges, Cheddar Crisps, Spicy Buffalo Chips

Flip Burgers and Treats is open from 11 AM till 8 PM.......with comfy indoor seating or a handy drive
up window. 228-2997

Today In History

Today is Forgive an Ex Day, Mulligan Day, National Get Smart About Credit Day, National Pasta Day, Pay Back a Friend Day, Spreadsheet Day, and Wear Something Gaudy Day

In 1777, In a turning point of the Revolutionary War, British forces under Gen. John Burgoyne surrendered to American troops in Saratoga, N.Y.
In 1834, Gas Meter Patented, Invention, by James Bogardus.
In 1895, James Pullinger is ticketed for driving a "locomotive (automobile) during prohibited hours."
In 1902, the first Cadillac was completed in Detroit, Michigan.
In 1916, "A Daughter of the Gods" starring swimmer and actress Annette Kellerman premiered with the first nude scene in a major feature film.
In 1919, Radio Corporation of America (RCA) was created.
In 1930, MGM's first sound western "Billy the Kid" starring Johnny Mack Brown and Wallace Beery opened at the Rialto. It was shown in Realife, a 70mm wide-screen format, part of a cycle of wide-screen films begun with Fox Movietone Follies in 1929.
In 1931, Mobster Al Capone was convicted of income tax evasion and sentenced to 11 years in prison. He was released in 1939.
In 1933, Albert Einstein arrived in the United States as a refugee from Nazi Germany.
In 1939, The film "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington," Frank Capra's comedy-drama, premiered in the nation's capital.
In 1943, Chicago's first subway is formally opened.
In 1946, drummer Mike Hossack of The Doobie Brothers was born.
In 1956, Mike Todd's "Around the World in 80 Days" starring David Niven, Cantiflas, Shirley MacLaine, and Robert Newton premiered at the Rivoli.
In 1957, Elvis Presley's movie, "Jailhouse Rock," premiered in Memphis. It was his third film and yielded the hits "Jailhouse Rock" and "Treat Me Nice.'
In 1960, Charles Van Doren and 13 others were arrested for fraud in connection with rigged quiz shows.
In 1966, "Georgy Girl" starring Lynn Redgrave, Alan Bates and James Mason premiered at the Fine Arts. It's the first film to be labeled "Suggested for mature audiences only." The title song became a hit.
In 1967, the rock musical, "Hair" opened to rave reviews at the Anspacher Theatre, in New York City. The smash ran for 1,758 performances.
In 1968, "Bullitt" starring Steve McQueen premiered at the Radio City Music Hall. The car chase in the film was copied in many other films.
In 1973, "The Way We Were" starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford premiered at Loew's.
In 1983, "The Sally Jesse Raphael Show", TV Talk Show, debut in syndication.
In 1986, "The Color of Money" is released in theaters in the US.
In 1997, the horror movie "I Know What You Did Last Summer" opened in theaters in the USA.

Today's Birthdays: Actress Marsha Hunt is 102. Singer Jim Seals of Seals and Crofts is 77. Singer Gary Puckett of Gary Puckett and the Union Gap is 77. Actor Michael McKean is 72. Guitarist Jim Tucker (The Turtles) is 73. Actor George Wendt is 71. Singer-comedian Bill Hudson of The Hudson Brothers is 70. Country singer Alan Jackson is 61. Actor Grant Shaud ("Murphy Brown") is 59. Animator Mike Judge ("King of the Hill," ''Beavis and Butthead") is 57. Comedian Norm Macdonald is 56. Singer Rene' Dif (Aqua) is 52. Reggae singer Ziggy Marley is 51. Actor Wood Harris ("The Wire") is 50. Singer Wyclef Jean (zhahn) of The Fugees is 50. Singer Chris Kirkpatrick of 'N Sync is 48. Rapper Eminem is 47. Actress Sharon Leal ("Boston Public") is 47. Actress Felicity Jones ("The Theory of Everything") is 36. Actor Chris Lowell ("The Help," ''Private Practice") is 35. Actor Dee Jay Daniels ("The Hughleys," ''In The House") is 31.

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