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Valley County Hope Project's Luau by the Lake

Friday, June 21st 2024

Please join the Valley County Hope Project for a Luau by the Lake Fri. July 19th from 5 – 8p.m. This is a fun night of dinner & games for the whole family at East Kansas Street in Fort Peck. Dinner, catered by the Fort Peck Hotel, will be served at 6p.m. If you purchase your tickets by June 30th the cost is $40 for adults, $15 for students & preschool ages are free. July 1st the ticket prices go up by $5. Get your tickets from Karla Zerbe, Willie Plouffe, Becky Stein, Darla Larson, Stacey Reddies or by calling 406-263-4673.

Flea Market

Saturday, June 22nd 2024

Nemont Manor is hosting a flea market Saturday, June 22nd from 9am-2pm. Everyone is welcome to participate and vendors are also welcome. There will be no charge for a table. They will have breakfast sandwiches/breakfast burritos, pulled pork sandwiches, cookies, chips and a drink.

Dough for Daily Bread Bike Ride

Sunday, June 23rd 2024

The “Dough for Daily Bread Bike Ride” to raise some dough for the Montana Synod Hunger Fund will be Sunday, June 23rd. Bike from Nashua to Ft. Peck or walk in Kiwanis Park. Register or donate at www.montanasynod.org. Call 406-228-4862 for more information.

Outdoor Worship

Sunday, June 23rd 2024

Local Lutheran churches are gathering for outdoor worship service Sunday, June 23rd at 11am in the amphitheater at the downstream campground in Fort Peck. There will be a picnic to follow at Shelter #1. Hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks will be provided. Everyone is welcome.

Bowhunter Education Course

Monday, June 24th 2024

Montana FWP Bowhunter Education course will begin in Glasgow June 24 with an in-person course taught by volunteer instructors, and a field day for online students on June 27. The in-person class will be held at the FWP headquarters in Glasgow and will take place from 5:30-9 pm. June 24-27. In addition, an in-person field day for any students aged 12-17 who completed the online course will be offered on Thursday, June 27, from 3:30-8:30 pm. To find out more and register, please go to: www.fwp.mt.gov If there are any questions, please see the registration page and/or contact course instructor Marc Kloker at 406-228-3704 (office) or 406-942-2974 (cell).

Events for Area Veterans

Wednesday, June 26th 2024

Montana VA Summer Vet Fest 2-day event is in Glasgow June 26th & 27th. Day 1, Wednesday, is at the Glasgow VA Clinic from 9a.m. – 3p.m. with My HealthVet, Eligibility/Enrollment, Toxic Exposure Screening & more. Day 2, Thursday, is at the Cottonwood Inn from 9a.m. – 4p.m. with Homeless/HUD-VASH, Eligibility/Enrollment, PACT Social Work, Veterans Benefits Administration, Peer Support, Community Partners, & more. Veterans from all communities are invited to attend. For more information on these events, call 406-265-4225.

Glasgow Kiwanis Club to Meet

Wednesday, June 26th 2024

Glasgow Kiwanis Club will have the Fort Peck Theatre Players for the program Wed. June 26th at 12 noon at the Cottonwood Inn. Kiwanians are encouraged to attend, along with anyone else interested.

CHS Farmers Elevator in Glasgow Having an Open House

Friday, June 28th 2024

CHS Farmers Elevator is having an Open House at their Glasgow location, 225 Railroad Alley, Fri. June 28th from 11a.m. – 1p.m. All are invited to come see all the facilities updates – lunch is provided & there will be door prizes. CHS locations are now equipped to take green peas, yellow peas & lentils. Grain originators will be available to discuss your pea, lentil, & wheat marketing strategies.

Paths to Serenity

Friday, June 28th 2024

Paths to Serenity A.A. meetings are as follows; Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday at 7p.m., Saturday at 10a.m. & Sunday at 11a.m. N.A. meetings are Wednesday at 8a.m. & Sunday at 7p.m. All meetings take place at the Glasgow VFW, 1222 Hwy #2 West. AL-ANON meets every Monday at 7p.m. in the Blue Room of St. Raphael’s Parish Center. For more information call 406-228-4095.

Jake Etchart Scholarship

Sunday, June 30th 2024

Fort Peck Summer Theatre proudly announces the opening of the Application process for the Jake Etchart Scholarship. Jake Etchart grew up spending summers at Fort Peck Lake, with much of his time spent around the Fort Peck Theatre where his family was actively involved as volunteers. He loved watching his sisters, Alexa & Christen, perform on the Fort Peck stage. Jake's family & friends established a theatre scholarship fund in his memory which is invested within the Fort Peck Theatre Preservation Endowment of the Montana Community Foundation. The interest from this investment provides up to 2 scholarships per year for undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a career in the Fine Arts. To be eligible, applicants must have a history of volunteering, or participating in some program sponsored by the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council, & they must be at least a full time undergraduate at an accredited university with at least a 2.50 GPA. Priority will be given to undergraduate applicants. Visit www.fortpecktheatre.org for complete instructions & an application. Applications must be postmarked by July 15, 2024 & mailed to the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council at P.O. Box 973, Glasgow, MT 59230. Questions may be directed to 406-228-9216 or via email: fptheatre@nemont.net. Jake's family & the Fine Arts Council would like to thank the donors who have made this scholarship possible. Scholarships will be awarded at the Fort Peck Summer Theatre's Performing Arts Camp Showcase on August 8, 2024.

Knierim Family Scholarships

Sunday, June 30th 2024

The Knierim family is offering scholarships to students currently enrolled in higher education, either in Montana or out of state, if the student is from Valley, Daniels, Sheridan or Roosevelt counties. A new feature of the scholarships is that the information can now be found at knierimfamilyscholarships.com & applications can be sent to Box 29, Glasgow before the July 15, 2024 deadline. The scholarships were established by the Knierim family as a memorial to Dr. & Mrs. FM Knierim, a doctor who came in the early days of building Fort Peck Dam & treated men who were injured while constructing the Dam. Dr. Knierim was one of the first physicians in Fort Peck & went on to serve as Chief of Staff at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital for over 40-years. Mrs. Knierim was active in the community concerns like the Library Board, Girl Scouts & was the organist at the Episcopal Church for many years.

Glasgow High School Educational Trust

Sunday, June 30th 2024

Attention Glasgow High School Graduates attending Trade School or College, either on Campus or Online – You may be eligible for financial aid from the Glasgow High School Educational Trust. Log on to www.ghsedutrust.org NOW for the application & ALL the requirements, so that you can complete your application by the July 1, 2024, deadline. REMINDER: If you completed the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), your GHS Educational Trust application must include a signed & dated copy of your acceptance letter indicating what aid you have accepted. If you have any questions, contact daniander@nemont.net, or call 406-230-0153.

Opheim American Legion & Auxiliary Picnic

Thursday, July 4th 2024

The Opheim American Legion & Auxiliary will have their Annual Picnic on the 4th of July. Serving begins at 5pm at the Opheim City Park (in case of inclement weather it will be at the Opheim Fire Hall). Hot dogs, hamburgers & brats furnished, please bring a dish to share. All are welcome!

Opheim American Legion & Auxiliary's Annual 4th of July Picnic

Thursday, July 4th 2024

The Opheim American Legion & Auxiliary will have their Annual 4th of July Picnic on the 4th of July with serving beginning at 5p.m. at the Opheim City Park (incase of inclement weather it will be at the Opheim Fire Hall). Hot dogs, hamburgers & brats furnished, please bring a dish to share. All are welcome!

Veteran Service Officers

Saturday, July 6th 2024

Veteran Service Officers for the Montana Veterans Affairs will be visiting the Glasgow VA Clinic Tues. July 16th from 1 – 4p.m. to meet with Veterans who are interested in applying for benefits. If you are interested in applying for benefits, please bring a copy of your discharge paperwork (DD214) with you.

Learn About Bats, Moths, & Agriculture

Friday, August 2nd 2024

Bureau of Land Management, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks & the Montana Moth Project invites you to come learn about bats & moths in Phillips County, & their importance to agriculture, Fri. Aug. 2nd at 8:30p.m. at Trafton Park in Malta. The program will highlight the different species of bats & moths found in Phillips County, & the important relationships between them & local plant communities. Moths are a major food source for bat species, & it's being discovered that they are also key pollinators for many of the crops grown in Phillips County, Montana, (alfalfa, mustards, peas, cover crops, etc.). This is especially important due to increasing interest in using cover crops as a part of managing soil health. Organizers will set up a light screen to attract & illuminate moths, & mobile bat recorders to identify bats. Speakers include Nicole Hussey, non-game biologist for Montana FWP, & Mat Seidensticker, executive director & lead researcher for the Montana Moth Project. Hussey hosts bat walks across Montana’s Hi-Line, & Seidensticker conducts moth sampling across the state. Through its partnership with the Gilette Museum at Colorado State University, the Montana Moth Project owns the largest collection of Montana moths. Besides discussing the connections among bats, moths & agriculture, Hussey & Seidensticker will describe their efforts to protect bats & moths.

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