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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
- Reynolds Market Deli & Bakery will be giving away THREE five-inch birthday cakes each Friday too!

Congratulations to our 2 birthday cake winners this week: Richard & Doris Ringstad and Kimber Dulaney

Our grand prize winner: Courtney Cook

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
With locations in Glasgow and Fort Peck, the Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union is your financial powerhouse. Member powered and service driven, they have competitive rates for all types of loans and a fast, simple loan application process. Contact the helpful personnel at the Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union (Fort Peck branch 526-3223) or Glasgow branch (228-9292) which is open conveniently until 5pm every Friday with any questions you may have. 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
Venom (PG-13) @ 4, 7, 9:15 p.m. & Small Foot (PG) @ 4:10, 7:15, 9:20 p.m.

Don't miss Free Popcorn Tuesdays: you'll receive a free small popcorn with every paid admission on Tuesdays!

For full movie details, visit Valley Cinemas online.

Apple Trolley
The Apple Trolley - because apples make people happy!

Walk into the new 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.

The Apple Trolley has some exciting news! They've added to their menu and now have fruit smooties as well as a lunch box option. This will include your choice of cold case sandwich, fruit, chip and a chocolate chip granola bar for $9.00. For her fast-paced customers these are ready at breakfast time so you can grab your favorite breakfast item and lunch at the same time.

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...

Today In History

Today is "I Love Lucy" Day, Global Handwashing Day, National Cheese Curd Day, National Chicken Cacciatore Day, National Grouch Day, National Mushroom Day, National Pug Day and Sewing Lovers Day

In 1783, Jean Pilatre de Rozier makes a captive-balloon ascent, becoming the first man to leave the earth.
In 1789, George Washington began the first presidential tour, visiting the New England states.
In 1860, 11-year-old Grace Bedell of Westfield, New York, wrote a letter to presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln, suggesting he could improve his appearance by growing a beard.
In 1878, Thomas Edison establishes the Edison Electric Light Company in N.Y. City.
In 1881, the first American fishing journal, American Angler, is published in Philadelphia (William C. Harris, owner and publisher).
In 1914, the Clayton Antitrust Act was passed.
In 1939, New York Municipal Airport, later renamed LaGuardia Airport, was dedicated.
In 1951, the television comedy "I Love Lucy" starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz premiered on CBS-TV.
In 1952, "I Married Joan", TV Comedy; debut on NBC.
In 1954, "Rin Tin Tin", TV Adventure; debut on ABC.
In 1959, "The Untouchables", TV Crime Drama, debut on ABC.
In 1966, President Johnson signed a bill creating the Department of Transportation.
In 1969, peace demonstrators staged activities across the country, including a candlelight march around the White House, seeking a moratorium on the Vietnam War.
In 1973, "Tomorrow", TV Talk Show, with Tom Snyder; debut on NBC.
In 1993, "Beverly Hillbillies" Motion Picture opens.

Today's Birthdays: Jazz pianist Freddy Cole is 87. Singer Barry McGuire is 83. Actress Linda Lavin ("Alice") is 81. Drummer Don Stevenson of Moby Grape is 76. Actress-director Penny Marshall is 75. Actor Victor Banerjee ("A Passage To India") is 72. Musician Richard Carpenter of The Carpenters is 72. Singer Tito Jackson is 65. Actor Larry Miller ("The Nutty Professor") is 65. Actor Jere Burns ("Good Morning, Miami," ''Dear John") is 64. TV chef Emeril Lagasse is 59. Actress Tanya Roberts ("That '70s Show," ''Charlie's Angels") is 59. Drummer Mark Reznicek (REHZ'-nih-chek) (The Toadies) is 56. Singer Eric Benet (beh-NAY') is 52. Actress Vanessa Marcil ("Las Vegas," ''Beverly Hills 90210") is 50. "Trading Spaces" host Paige Davis is 49. Actor Dominic West ("The Wire") is 49. Singer Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town is 49. Singer Ginuwine is 48. Singer Jaci (JAK'-ee) Velasquez is 39. Singer Keyshia Cole is 37. Actor Vincent Martella ("Everybody Hates Chris") is 26.

Local Birthdays and Anniversaries
Oct 15 Jon Rey Taylor 16 Hinsdale
Oct 15 Cindy Hill 50
Oct 15 Zack Fauth
Oct 15 Lynn Lipszyc
Oct 16 Lisa Koski
Oct 18 Summer Strommen 12
Oct 18 Casey King
Oct 19 Penny Murch Glasgow
Oct 20 Georgia Barstad
Oct 22 Mike Buchman
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