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. October hours for the Interpretive Center will be Tuesday – Sunday from 10a.m. – 4p.m.; Powerhouse tours are 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.
There will be a DC Trip meeting Thurs. Oct. 23rd at 6p.m. in Room #4 at the Glasgow High School.
The First Lutheran Preschool will be hosting a rummage sale Sat. Oct. 25th to raise money for the scholarship fund. You can purchase a spot for $15. They are also taking donations (no adult clothing) & may be dropped off at the church. Call Tana, 263-7355, to reserve a spot; spots are limited so call soon.
Glasgow's 4th Annual Chocolate Walk is Fri. Oct. 24th from 4-7p.m. There are over 20 businesses participating with sweet delights & everything is free. Stop into Alley’s Palace for the Awards Party starting at 9p.m. You can pick up your poker sheets at the Apple Trolley or Prewett Interiors the day of the event. Call Joy, 228-2915, for more information.
The Glasgow VFW will have a Steak Fry this Fri. Oct. 24th from 5-7p.m. & a Jam Session Sat. Oct. 25th beginning at 2p.m. & going until the music stops. Everyone is welcome to both these events at the VFW.
The Scottie Booster Club will have a tailgate party Fri. Oct. 24th for the Glasgow/Conrad football game. Served will be all-you-can-eat chili & a drink, tickets available at the concession stand.
The Hi Line Youth Hockey gun raffle will start Nov. 1st. Tickets are $50 each with a limited number still available. Tickets are available at Ezzie’s Midtown & Westend, KLTZ/KLAN & the Mint Bar in Opheim.
Friends Of The Pioneer Museum would like to thank all the volunteers that helped with getting envelopes stuffed. They are so grateful to those who helped out. By doing so they also supported the people of Valley County in their efforts to reach our goals. The next time you meet one of these people please give them your own thank you. Carolyn Bachtold, Sue Henderson, Berniece Barrett, Brenda Leckie, Reid Caldwell---VFW, Louise Lemieux, Nicole Cole, Alpha Martin, Jerry Collins---VFW, Jake Page---Honor Society, Myrel Fischer---VFW, Verda Sillerud, Albert Franzen---VFW, Cam Storle---VFW, Doris Franzen, Joyce Storle, Kathy Granger, Jason Thibault---Honor Society & Willie Zeller---VFW. A special thanks to the VFW as a whole organization that gives us a great deal of support as well as the use of their facility. Thanks to people & groups like this we are able to do good work for the Pioneer Museum & will continue to do so in the future.
The Evangelical Church invites everyone for Harvest Festival Sun. Oct. 26th at 10a.m. Harvest Festival is a special tradition observed each year to celebrate God’s harvest of souls & work done through missions; also thanksgiving for how God has blessed the yield of our farmers/ranchers. Lance Lanning is the guest speaker, he represents Provision International which is a worldwide Christian ministry of outreach that strives to meet the needs of the Earth’s less fortunate & downtrodden populace. They are committed to networking resources to serve people in areas of great need. You are invited to stay after worship for our Harvest meal.
St. Marie Women’s Club Annual Pie Social will be Sun. Oct. 26th at the St. Marie Town Hall from 2-4p.m. Proceeds are going to help community member Ellen Fors with medical costs. Come enjoy the social & help ease Ellen’s worries.
The Nashua Senior Citizens will be holding a Spaghetti Dinner Sun. Oct. 26th from 12:30-2p.m. for Sandy Laumeyer, to help with her with Medical Expenses. There will also be a Bake Sale & Silent Auction; free-will donations will be accepted.
The Glasgow High School Music Department is having a Fall Concert for both the 9-12 grade & 7-8 grade music ensembles. The High School concert choir & concert band will perform Mon. Oct. 27th & the 7-8 grade concert choir & concert band will perform Tues. Oct. 28th. Both concerts begin at 7p.m. & will be held in the GHS Auditorium.
Milk River’s Annual Board meeting is Tues. Oct. 28th at 7p.m. at the Milk River Activity Center. Tours of the new building will be available at this time.
Saco Schools will have Parent/Teacher Conferences Tues. Oct. 28th from 4-7p.m.
HLYH Equipment Checkout is Wed. Oct. 29th from 5:30-7:30p.m. & Sun. Nov. 2nd from 1-3p.m. at the Valley Event Center. Kara Moon is the new Equipment Manager so for any questions please contact her at 942-0662.
The Soroptimist Thrift Store, 229 4th Street South is open Mon. – Fri. 10a.m. – 4p.m. & Sat. 10a.m. – 2p.m. They have a jogging stroller, another nice stroller & 3 smaller strollers, along with many more items, Halloween, & fall items are out along with formals. 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 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 Senior Citizens will have cards the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month at 2p.m. beginning Sun. Oct. 5th.
Nashua Lions Club will have their Fall Bazaar & Craft Fair Sat. Nov. 1st in the Nashua Civic Center from 10a.m. – 3p.m. There will be a 50/50 raffle, baked goods, Christmas items, door prizes & much more. For more information call 406-746-3483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Glasgow Recreation Department presents the 23rd Annual Turkey Trot Sat. Nov. 1st starting at the Glasgow Civic Center. The Turkey Trot is a 1.5 fun run that provides a day of healthy & family-orientated fun. Runners & walkers of all ages are welcome to participate. Sign up now at the Glasgow Rec Department or call 228-8341 for more information.
There will be a Benefit for Megan Schaefer, to help with medical costs, Sat. Nov. 1st. Enjoy a night with friends in support of Megan & her family. Dinner, silent & live auction, pie auction & no-host bar will be on the agenda at the Cottonwood Inn. Doors open at 5:30p.m., dinner at 6:30p.m. For questions please call Amber, 228-3536. Advanced tickets may be purchased at the Orthopedic Clinic for $15 or $20 at the door.
The Annual United Methodist Women’s Bazaar, 500 1st Ave. North – across from McDonald’s, is Sat. Nov. 1st from 9a.m. – 3p.m. with lunch being served from 11a.m. – 2p.m., lunch menu is soup, salads & desserts, $10 for adults, children 6-12 $5 & 5 & under eat free. There will also be coffee, tea & pie served all day long. The Bazaar will feature greeting cards, cutlery, napkins, Holy Bears, recipe books, baked goods, knick knacks, nuts, & Country Kitchen. Everyone is invited.
St. Raphael’s Harvest Dinner is Sun. Nov. 2nd from 3-6p.m. Served will be ham, sweet potatoes, cheesy potatoes, vegetables, buns & pie. Everyone is welcome.
Shelly George with Thrivent Financial, invites you to learn how you & your family can prepare for long-term care. This event will be Tues. Nov. 4th at 6p.m. at Prairie Ridge. A complimentary meal will be served, & no products will be sold. Please RSVP by calling 228-2585 or 263-2585.
Valley County Council on Aging is having a Bazaar Sat. Nov. 8th from 9a.m.-2p.m. at the Senior Center. Table rental is $10 per table & limited space is available. For more information or to book a table call 228-9500.
The Autumn Harvest Bazaar is Sat. Nov. 8th from 9a.m. – 3p.m. at the Glasgow Civic Center. The bazaar will include Home based businesses to handcrafted items. For more information contact Joan Burris, 263-8985.
There will be an Early Childhood Services Forum Wed. Nov. 12th from 6-8p.m. at the Hi-Line Home Programs, Inc. Glasgow office, 605 3rd Ave. South. Patty Butler, Early Childhood Services Bureau Chief of Montana will be here to give an overview of what is happening in the field of Early Care & Education. The community is invited to ask her questions about provider & family services & learn about the upcoming changes that will be taking affect over the next few months. To RSVP please contact Denise or Peggy at the HLHP office, 228-9431.
There will be a benefit for Ron Reddig to help with medical costs Fri. Nov. 14th beginning at 5:30p.m. at the Glasgow Civic Center. There will be food, music & live & silent auctions & everyone is invited to attend. If you would like to make a donation beforehand, you may go to www.ronreddig.myevent.com.
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 AAUW, American Association of University Women, Annual Bazaar is Sat. Nov. 22nd from 9:30a.m. – 3:30p.m. at the Glasgow Civic Center. Tables are still available, call Roberta, 228-2747, or Carolyn, 228-4429 to get yours reserved. Some items there include Kiwanis peanuts, AAUW Bread Basket raffle, quilted items, pressed flowers, jewelry, crochet hats & gloves, & the Girl Scouts will be serving breakfast & lunch.
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.