The Soroptimist Thrift Store, 229 4th Street South is open Mon. – Fri. 10a.m. – 4p.m. & Sat. 10a.m. – 2p.m. They have a crib mattress, stroller & high chair at the store, along with many more items and they now have their Halloween items out. As always, new items are added daily; donations are always welcome. Proceeds from the store are used locally. For more information call 228-8938.
Paths to Serenity A.A. meetings are as follows; Mondays at 7p.m., Tuesdays at 7p.m., Wednesdays at 8p.m., Thursdays at 7p.m., Fridays at 5:30p.m., Saturdays at 10a.m. & 7p.m., Sundays at 10a.m. Ladies only A.A. meetings are Thursdays at 5:30p.m. N.A. meetings are Sundays at 7p.m. All meetings take place at 1222 Hwy #2 West. Big Book Study Group is Mondays at 8p.m. at St. Raphael’s. Alanon meetings are Mondays at 7p.m. at St. Raphael’s.
The Downstream Campground in Fort Peck will remain open on a 1st come, 1st served basis using the honor box until Oct. 23rd, weather permitting. The Interpretive Center remains open on its summer schedule, open daily from 9a.m. – 5p.m., through Sept. 30th. Powerhouse tour times are 11:30a.m. & 1:30p.m. through the end of September. October hours for the Interpretive Center will be Tuesday – Sunday from 10a.m. – 4p.m. Beginning Oct. 1st powerhouse tours will be available by advance appointment only. Please call the Interpretive Center at least 48 hours in advance to schedule a tour. For more information contact the Fort Peck Interpretive Center, 406-526-3493 or the Corps of Engineers Administration Building, 406-526-3411.
Everyone is invited to the Assembly of God Church to hear speakers from the Voice of the Apostles Conference that was held in Orlando, Florida. One of the nationally known speakers will speak each Wednesday at 6:30p.m. & each Sunday at 6:30p.m., through the month of September.
Nashua Lions Club will have their Fall Bazaar & Craft Fair Sat. Nov. 1st in the Nashua Civic Center from 10a.m. – 3p.m. Table rental is $15 per large table. To rent tables or for more information call 406-746-3483 or email email@example.com.
The Glasgow Trap Range is open to the public on Wednesday evenings from approx. 6:00p.m. to approx. 8:00p.m. (weather permitting). New shooters are welcome. For more information contact Harold at 263-2120 or Mike at 263-1242.
The Bear Paw Cooperative, through your local school district, assists in the provision of special education & related services to children with disabilities. Through a process called Child Find, your local school district accepts referrals, provides evaluation & special education for children ages 3-18 years if they qualify. Please contact your local school district or the Bear Paw Cooperative at 406-357-2269.
MSU Extension’s Food Preservation Class for Tues. Sept. 30th will focus on canning pie filling for use in the long winter months. Participants will begin by learning the basics of canning by preparing peaches for hot water bath canning & then creating a variety of pie fillings to be canned using Clear Jell. Roubie Younkin, Valley County FCS Agent, will lead the class & each student will be able to take home some of their own processed food. Course topics include: Safe home canning; The science of food preservation; Producing a quality home preserved product; Home processing & equipment; Selecting research-based credible resources. Classes are at 6p.m. in the Home Ec Room of the Glasgow High School. Contact the Extension Office, 228-6241, to preregister for the courses; you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The rescheduled meeting #306 of the North Valley County Water & Sewer District, Inc. will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 30th at 8:30a.m. at the St. Marie Town Hall, Building 521 6th Street meeting room.
The Pioneer Museum is open Tuesdays – Fridays from 1 – 5p.m. For more information or to schedule a tour, call 228-8692, leave a message.
The Glasgow Soroptimist Club is once again offering "Project Classroom – helping educators one classroom at a time. Open to all public schools in Valley County, Project Classroom will award classrooms a monetary grant for a project that will enable the class to achieve a goal they are working towards. The grants will be $250 & one grant a month will be awarded to the applicant who meets the criteria. An application form & project explanation will need to be submitted by the first of each month that school in is session. The first applications will be due Oct. 1, 2014. Applications will be mailed or delivered to Valley County public school superintendents/principals in the coming week. The grant will be awarded the 15th of each month. For more information, please contact Kim Lacey at 228-8128.
Glasgow Irrigation District will begin to release water at Vandalia Dam into the lower Milk River Oct. 1st.
Wheatgrass Arts & Gallery will have their Artist of the Month reception Fri. Oct. 3rd from 5:30-7:30p.m. October’s featured Artist is Judy Michaels. Everyone is invited to attend.
Nashua Senior Citizens will have a pot luck meal Fri. Oct. 3rd at noon at the Senior Center. The monthly business meeting will follow the meal. All Seniors are welcome to both the pot luck & meeting.
Council on Aging will have a Flea Market Sat. Oct. 4th from 8a.m.-2p.m. There will be jewelry, lots of housewares, a large wall mirror, Christmas stuff, collectors Owl plates, etc. For more information or for table rental please call Vicky at 228-9500.
There will be a Dodson Speedway 2 day race & TJ Kindle Benefit Sat. & Sun. Oct. 4th & 5th at the Dodson Speedway. AMX Race & Derby is Saturday with a silent auction; race time is 2p.m. Sunday is AMX Race at 1p.m. Food will be available both days; proceeds & donations to go to TJ Kindle’s cancer expenses. For questions, donations, & contributions call Scott Hould, 390-4797, Frank Kindle, 390-3924, Kari Hould, 390-3552. For Derby questions call Jerey McEwen, 390-3381.
There will be a Bridal Shower for Brittany Bealer Sat. Oct. 4th at 2p.m. at the Hinsdale Lutheran Church.
The 1st Annual “Broncs & Big Loops” event is scheduled for Sat. Oct. 4th beginning at 10a.m. at the Northeast Montana Fair Grounds in Glasgow. This event includes Ranch Bronc Riding, Muley Roping & Women’s Steer Stopping. For more information call Dewayne, 230-1259 or Walter, 853-3803.
ATTENTION: Current & former dog owners of Valley County! Please help a local college student complete her research project. The project will investigate the physical environmental factors & staff limitations within the veterinary environment that may affect clients & their dogs."
Hi Line Youth Hockey will have their gun a day raffle with the drawing each day in November. Tickets are $50 each & are available at D&G, Ezzie’s Midtown & Westend, KLTZ/KLAN & the Mint Bar in Opheim.
Bethel Lutheran & Nashua Our Redeemer will have their joint 2014 Harvest Festival Sun. Oct. 5th at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Nashua. Worship service begins at 11:15a.m. with Ryan Johnson as the guest speaker. Ryan has traveled 11 countries in 11 months & is studying to be a Youth Pastor. Following the service is a potluck meal with ham, potatoes, gravy, & buns being furnished; please bring a side dish to share. A silent auction, of baked goods, crafts, quilted items, & more, will be held during the meal. Everyone is welcome.
Northeastern Arts Network presents the 1st concert in the Big Sky Series – Andy Hackbarth & the Wayward Tambourine will be at the Glasgow High School Mon. Oct. 6th at 7p.m. Imbuing the American folk tradition with innovative singer/songwriter sensibilities, Andy Hackbarth & the Wayward Tambourine create music bearing the stamp of the contemporary West. For more information contact Allison Nichols, 228-8255 or email@example.com. This event is made possible in part by the Montana Performing Arts Consortium Presenter Development Program which is supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Montana Arts Council, & legislative grant from Montana’s Cultural Trust & the Western States Arts Federation.
The Valley County Health Department will have a special flu vaccination clinic at the Health Department, located in the Annex, Tues. Oct. 7th from 8a.m.-5:30p.m. for those residents of Valley County who have not yet been immunized.
Glasgow Fire Department in conjunction with Long Run Fire Department is honoring Fire Prevention Week Tues. Oct. 7th from 6-7:30p.m. in the Shopko Parking Lot. This is free of charge & open to the public. They will serve hot dogs & pop & have children’s games & prizes. For more information call Sara, 263-2800.
Girl Scout Troop #2477 will have a Halloween Shop with new & used Halloween costumes available for $5 & under. This will be Sat. Oct. 25th from 1-3p.m. at the Glasgow Elks Lodge. If you have costumes you would like to donate you can drop them off at the Glasgow High School and/or the Glasgow Public Library or you can call/text Melani at 406-839-1085. The Girl Scouts goal is that everyone has the opportunity to have a Halloween Costume to wear. The store will be open to everyone.
The Valley County Combined Campaign has one opening for a rotating member position for their 2015 campaign. Each organization applying must have their own 501(c)3 non-profit status and must not do any other soliciting during the year they are on the campaign. Organizations interested in the rotating position may pick up an application and copy of the bi-laws at the Women’s Resource Center to verify their eligibility. Those applying for the temporary position will be asked to give a brief presentation on their organization and where their monies will be designated at the Campaign’s meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15th at Noon at the Women’s Resource Center. If organizations have questions they can call Trinity at 230-0544 or email Trinity.firstname.lastname@example.org.
GHS alumni pursuing higher education at the baccalaureate or vocational/technical level are strongly encouraged to apply to the GHS Educational Trust for financial assistance to help pay for tuition & other expenses for the Spring 2015 semester. The deadline is October 15, 2014, & the application is available online at www.ghsedutrust.org. With tuition & student debt both rising at historic rates, the trust would like to remind applicants that this gift is not a traditional scholarship for those who have exceptionally high grades. The awards are based primarily on need, & all applicants who have completed one year of college or one semester of trade school, who are full-time students in good academic standing at an accredited institution, & who are making steady progress toward the completion of a degree are given equal consideration. Other requirements listed on the application must be met and submitted on time. With assets now totaling over $4.2 million dollars, the trust, which was established by the GHS Class of 1938 in 1964, has awarded over $1.7 million dollars to hundreds of different GHS graduates. A vast majority of these students have received multiple grants over the course of their academic careers. This includes a significant number of nontraditional students who have completed their degrees through correspondence or online courses in addition to traditional campus instruction. The trust was founded & has been supported by hundreds of faithful donors over half a century to help as many GHS students as possible achieve their educational dreams & a better future. Apply now to be a part of this important Scotty tradition.
Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, Service Officers for the Montana Veterans
Affairs will be visiting the Glasgow VA Clinic Wed. Oct. 15th from 1-4p.m. to meet with Veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. Please bring a copy of your discharge paperwork (DD214) with you.
The Valley Community Food Bank, serving only Valley County residents, located at 1020 1st Ave. No., is open the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 12noon-4p.m. If this is your 1st time applying for assistance from the food bank, please bring a photo ID & proof of your physical residence. The mailing address is P.O. Box 63, Glasgow. For more information contact Nancy Bowman at 263-1253.
The Glasgow Driver Examiner Office is open every Monday, from 9a.m. – 4p.m., Friday from 8:30a.m. – 4p.m. & every 1st, 2nd & 3rd Tuesday of the month from 8:30a.m. – 4p.m., closed from 12noon – 1p.m. for lunch. Call 228-9599.