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Valley Happenings
Thursday, May 26th 2016
Sale-a-thon Purchases
If you purchased something on the 2016 Spring Sale-a-thon please come up to the KLTZ/Mix 93 Studios to pay for & pickup your certificates/merchandise.
Thursday, May 26th 2016
Retirement Open House for Terry Risa
There will be a Retirement Open House honoring Terry Risa Thurs. May 26th from 2-4p.m. at the Opheim School Library. Join us in wishing Terry a happy retirement & in thanking her for 36 years of service as an Opheim teacher & Librarian.
Thursday, May 26th 2016
Thanks for the support!
Thanks go out to all who helped raise money to support the aerial fireworks fund, your time spent standing on the corner is greatly appreciated. Great appreciation is also extended to donors. Thanks also go out to the lady with the fancy hairdo who was the last street donor, who shared the information that she had to borrow the money so she could donate!
Friday, May 27th 2016
Retirement Party for Carol Bruhn
There will be a Retirement Party for Carol Bruhn Fri. May 27th from 2:30 - 3:30p.m. at the FMDH large conference room. Refreshments will be provided, come help us celebrate & honor Carol Bruhn’s dedication to FMDH.
Friday, May 27th 2016
VFW Steak Fry
The VFW will have their monthly Steak Fry Fri. May 27th from 5-7p.m. Everyone is welcome to come enjoy a delicious steak with all the fixins!
Friday, May 27th 2016
Street Sweeping
Every Friday through fall the downtown area streets will be swept starting at 4a.m., barring no water breaks/emergency work that may come up. This includes 3rd Street South to FMDH, 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Avenue south to 6th Street south, Klein Avenue & the underpass.
Saturday, May 28th 2016
Adult Hunter Education Course
Montana FWP will hold an adult hunter education field course from 9a.m.-1p.m. Sat. May 28th in Glasgow. This is the last hunter education course that will be held before the June 1 application deadline for deer, elk, & antelope. For the field course, adults must pass the online hunter education course & receive a Field Day Qualifier Certificate. This Field Day Qualifier Certificate & a picture ID are necessary to obtain entrance into the field course. To register & learn more about the hunter education classes offered, please go to the FWP website at www.fwp.mt.gov & look under the “Education” tab. Please make sure to print out all required files, & sign all necessary forms. Any questions, call class coordinator Marc Kloker, 406-480-9234.
Saturday, May 28th 2016
NE MT Fair Board meeting
There will be a NE MT Fair Board meeting Sat. May 28th at 2p.m. in the culinary building at the Fairgrounds.
Saturday, May 28th 2016
Open House for Pastor Dan Dale & Family
There will be an Open House for Pastor Dan Dale & his wife Barb, Sat. 28th from 2-4p.m. at the Calvary Baptist Church. Everyone is welcome to come wish them well in their move.
Sunday, May 29th 2016
19th Annual Hi-Line Hoop Camp
The 19th Annual Hi-Line Hoop Camp, with Rocky Mountain College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Bill Dreikosen, is scheduled for June 8th & 9th at the Glasgow High School. This camp is for boys & girls grades 1-12. Registration by May 29th is $65, which includes a free ball; after May 29th an additional $10 late fee will be added. For more information or to register, call 860-3133 or email dreikosw@rocky.edu
Monday, May 30th 2016
Glasgow DMV
The Glasgow DMV is open Mondays from 9a.m. – 4:30p.m. & Fridays from 8a.m. – 4:30p.m., closed from 12noon – 1p.m. Appointments are required & may be made by calling 1-866-450-8034 or go online to https://dojmt.gov/driving/appointments/.
Monday, May 30th 2016
Paths to Serenity
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.
Monday, May 30th 2016
Memorial Day Program - Opheim
There will be a Memorial Day Program Mon. May 30th at the Opheim School Gym at 11a.m. Guest speaker will Be Dave Pippin. The Auxiliary will be serving dinner following the program.
Monday, May 30th 2016
Soroptimist Thrift Store
The Soroptimist Thrift Store has baseball cleats, baseball pants, golf shoes, & swimming suits. The store is open Mon. – Fri. 10a.m. – 4p.m. & Sat. 10a.m. – 2p.m. As always, new items are added daily; donations are always welcome. Proceeds from the store are used locally. For more information, call 228-8938.
Monday, May 30th 2016
Little Campers
Before you put those winter coats, comforters & wool caps away, drop them by Little Campers for a thorough cleaning. They send out laundry, dry cleaning, mending & more to Havre Laundry every Tuesday. While in the store, check out the special occasion wear by Rugged & Ruffle Butts, including dresses, driver’s caps, ties & more. Little Campers is expanding their selection of new inventory, while maintaining a great supply of gently-used children's items. Stop & shop often for the best bargains at Little Campers, 531 2nd Avenue South in Glasgow.
Monday, May 30th 2016
Grobel Scholarships
The Grobel Scholarship Trust will award 2 scholarships, each in the amount of $2000, for the 2016-2017 school year. These scholarships are available to graduates of Valley County high schools who have completed at least 1 full year of post-secondary education in nursing or other medical related fields. Completed applications must be submitted no later than 4p.m. July 18th. For an application or more information please contact Jessica Pehlke at the First Community Bank in Glasgow, 228-8231.
Tuesday, May 31st 2016
T-Ball Ragistration
Glasgow Rec Department is having T-Ball registration for ages 4-7, kids must be 4 by June 6th. Registration fee is $30. Games will be played Monday evenings at 6p.m. & 7p.m. & the T-Ball season runs from June 6th through June 27th. Contact the Glasgow Rec Department for more information, 228-8341.
Tuesday, May 31st 2016
Grizz Posters are in
The 2016/2017 Grizz posters & cards are in at the KLTZ/Mix93 Studios. First come, first serve basis so get yours soon.
Tuesday, May 31st 2016
Volunteers for Longest Dam Race needed
The Glasgow Chamber is seeking volunteers for the 2016 Longest Dam Race, which will be held on June 18th at Fort Peck Dam & Kiwanis Park. Help is needed with registration, water stations, tickers, ringers & awards. If you or anyone you know would like to help, call 228-2222 to get on the volunteer list or for any questions at all!
Tuesday, May 31st 2016
Lynn Cornwell Memorial Scholarship
Applications are now being accepted for the Lynn Cornwell Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the 4 Valley County Grazing Districts. It is open to any Valley County High School graduate that is a college Junior, Senior or above. Applicants must be attending Montana State University, Bozeman, & majoring in an agriculture related field. The scholarship will be in the amount of $1000. Applications are available at the Grazing Office, 110 5th Street South, P.O. Box 422, Glasgow, MT 59230 or by calling 406-228-2961, leave a message if no answer. Valley County High Schools also have information needed to apply. The application deadline is May 31, 2016.
Tuesday, May 31st 2016
Pioneer Museum
The Pioneer Museum is open Tuesday – Saturday from 9a.m.-5p.m. The new displays are finished & ready for visitors. A new wildlife exhibit includes donated mounts from Joe Bergtoll & the Don Baker Estate. You can also take a peek at the progress of the construction in the new building, replicating 1915 Valley County businesses. In addition, they have an assortment of new books for both children & adults in the book store.
Wednesday, June 1st 2016
Volleyball Camp
Dates for the Annual Glasgow Scottie Volleyball Camp, with Head Coach Lori Dailey, are set for June 13th – 15th with an All Skills Camp for those entering grades 4 – 8 from 9a.m. – 12noon, a High School All Skills Camp for grades 9-12 from 5:30-8:30p.m. & June 16th with a Day Camp for those entering grades K – 3, from 9a.m. – 12noon. Cost is $45 for the All Skills Camps & $15 for the Day Camp. For more information or to register your child call 228-2184.
Thursday, June 2nd 2016
Valley County Historical Society
The Valley County Historical Society is offering the 1st special event of the season with guest speaker Don Fast Thurs. June 2nd at 7p.m. at the Pioneer Museum. Don will present Global Markets & Local Agricultural Trends. Everyone is welcome.
Friday, June 3rd 2016
Kid's Carnival at Children's Museum
The “School’s Out for Summer!” Kid’s Carnival is scheduled for Fri. June 3rd. Join the Children’s Museum of Northeast Montana in celebrating the end of the school year! With carnival games for all ages, a cake walk, & treats available, the carnival will run from 2 - 6p.m. & is for kids of all ages! Try your luck at one of several carnival-style games & exchange the tickets you win for fantastic prizes!
Friday, June 3rd 2016
Animal Licensing & Rabies Shots
Glasgow Police Department & Valley Veterinary Clinic will host the annual program for animal licensing & administration of rabies shots at the South Side Fire Hall Fri. June 3rd & Sat. June 4th. The hours are Friday, from 6–7p.m. & Saturday, from 10–11a.m. The cost for a license is $5 for a neutered or spayed animal & $20 for a non-spayed or neutered animal. All licenses are good for one year from July 1 to June 30. A new license must be purchased every year. The Glasgow Police Department would also like to remind everyone that there is a leash law in effect & it is unlawful for your animal to be at large in the city limits. For more information, please pick up a copy of the ordinance at the Law Enforcement Center.
Saturday, June 4th 2016
COA Flea Market
Council on Aging will have a Flea Market Sat. June 4th from 9a.m. – 2p.m. at the Glasgow Senior Center. For table rentals, to donate items or for more information, call 228-9500. There will be dolls, throws, household items, clothes & more.
Monday, June 6th 2016
Hinsdale Cooperative Community Scholarship
The Hinsdale Cooperative Community Scholarship committee announces the availability of five $1000 scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year. These scholarships are available to any student who has completed at least one year of study at an accredited college, university, business or vocational school. The applicant must be a graduate of Hinsdale High School. Scholarships will be awarded on an objective basis without regard to sex, age, race, religion or physical disability. Awards are made on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, participation in community & school activities, educational goals as written by the applicants in their application for scholarships. Applicants must complete an application & submit it along with a transcript & letters of recommendation to Linda Lacock at First Community Bank, PO Box 127, Hinsdale MT by June 6, 2016. Applications are available at the Hinsdale High School guidance counselor’s office or First Community Bank of Hinsdale or may be emailed upon request. Please call 406-364-2223 for more information.
Friday, June 10th 2016
Campfire Lecture Series
The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum & the Phillips County Museum are hosting a free & fun Campfire Lecture Series. Come enjoy a campfire & roasting marshmallows while you learn amazing things about Montana's paleontology & history. Talks start at 7p.m., but enjoy some food before they start. Speakers & topics to be to be announced. Dates are June 10th, July 15th & August 19th.
Monday, June 13th 2016
First Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School
First Lutheran Church is inviting the Upper Missouri Ministries counselors to lead our Vacation Bible School Day Camp from Mon. June 13th – Thurs. 16th. This camp is designed to provide a Christ-centered experience bringing Bible Study, Worship, Music, Games, Crafts & Recreation to your children ages 4 through those who have completed 6th grade. Kids who have completed 1st grade through 6th grade are invited for a fun-filled 4 days from 9a.m. - 2p.m. Children are to bring a sack lunch each day. Preschoolers ages 4 to those who completed kindergarten will meet from 9 - 11:30a.m. The camp will focus on serving God & our community. For further information, contact the First Lutheran Church, 228-4862, or stop by the First Lutheran Church & pick up a registration form.
Wednesday, June 15th 2016
Montana Veterans Affairs
Judy Loendorf and/or Steve Mulonet, Service Officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the Glasgow VA Clinic Wed. June 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.
Friday, June 17th 2016
Clarence & Charlotte Fuhrman Memorial Scholarship
College & trade school students from Valley County are encouraged to apply for the Clarence & Charlotte Fuhrman Memorial Scholarship. Awarded annually, 2 scholarships of $1800 each will be given this year. Information on 2016 requirements & applications are found on the Valley County Community Foundation website: www.valleycountycf.net. The Fuhrmans, who farmed & ranched in the Opheim area, established the scholarship with the VCCF to benefit students from throughout the county. “The annual scholarship is a wonderful legacy to the dedication to family & community which the Fuhrmans exemplified throughout their lives,” said Gary Wageman of Glasgow, a VCCF board member. To qualify for the scholarship, students must have completed at least 1 year of study at an institution of secondary education such as a university, trade school or an institution of specialized study. They must have been a resident of Valley County for the last 3 years & have a home school certificate, a GED or attended a Valley County high school for 3 years, & received a high school diploma. Applications are due June 17, 2016 & Wageman emphasized that applications not received or postmarked by that date will not be considered. VCCF will accept only paper copies of the applications. Requirements are clearly outlined on the application form. Missing information will make the application incomplete & it will not be considered. For more information, contact Wageman at 228-8261. Since the first recipients were announced in 2011, ten students have received a total of $14,300.
Friday, June 17th 2016
Annual Wine & Dino in Malta
The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum & the Phillips County Museum are hosting the annual Wine & Dino Fri. June 17th, beginning at 5:30p.m. Free admission to both museums for everyone. Come enjoy the museums & all the festivities, & at 7p.m. they will be unveiling a new dinosaur fossil & display never before seen at the Dinosaur Museum.
Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Valley Community Food Bank
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.
Friday, July 1st 2016
GHS Educational Trust Scholarship
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 2016-2017 school year. The deadline is July 1, 2016, & 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 only 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 & all information submitted on time. With assets now totaling over $5 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. Most 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 has been supported by hundreds of faithful donors for 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.
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