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Valley Happenings
Tuesday, January 18th 2022

Glasgow Senior Citizen Center

The Glasgow Senior Center is serving congregate senior meals, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, at 11:30a.m. Masks must be worn before & after eating & social distancing will be practiced. Meals on Wheels will remain the same Monday – Friday. Call the senior center, 406-228-9500, before 9a.m. each day to reserve your spot. A $5.50 donation is suggested. They also have Dime Bingo each Tuesday at 1p.m. & each Saturday at 7p.m., continuing weekly. Masks are required. Pancake Breakfasts are served the 1st Saturday of each month at the Glasgow Senior Citizens' Center.

Tuesday, January 18th 2022

Valley Community Food Bank

The Valley Community Food Bank, located at 1020 1st Ave. No., is open the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 12noon-3p.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 Brenda Tarum, treasurer, at 406-367-5100. If you need food regardless of eligibility before this date, contact Kathy Smith, 406-263-0605.

Wednesday, January 19th 2022

Walk-in clinics for COVID-19 & Flu vaccine

The Valley County Health Department will have walk-in clinics Wednesdays from 4 – 5:30p.m. where you may receive Covid-19 vaccine for ages 18+: 1st, 2nd, or 3rd dose of Moderna Or the 1st dose of J&J or BOOSTER dose of Moderna or J&J; FLU vaccine: HIGH dose flu vaccine for age 65+, Quadrivalent for age <64. Please wear a facial covering or mask & short sleeves & bring your COVID vaccine card with you. If stairs are a problem, please call ahead to arrange a vaccine outdoors. Appointments needed for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 – 11, call 228-6261 to schedule.

Thursday, January 20th 2022

Pioneer Museum

The Valley County Pioneer Museum will be closed through Feb. 2, 2022.

Thursday, January 20th 2022

Glasgow Post 41 Legion & Auxiliary to Meet

The Glasgow Post 41 Legion & Auxiliary will meet Thurs. Jan. 20th at 7p.m. at the VFW for the regular monthly meeting. All Legion, Sons of the American Legion, Auxiliary & Junior Auxiliary members are invited & encouraged to attend. Following the meeting there will be light refreshments served.

Friday, January 21st 2022

Folf (Disc Golf) Putting League Invitational

There will be a free winter Folf (Disc Golf) Putting League Invitational Fri. Jan. 21st at 7p.m. at the Glasgow Evangelical Church gym. Come on out for a fun evening of disc golf putting games & get introduced to the sport prior to the kick-off of the 3rd Annual Winter Putting League. There will be lots of different putting games to try that will be fun for all ages. Discs will be available for use if you don’t have your own. For more information, visit Hi-line Hyzers Disc Golf on Facebook.

Saturday, January 22nd 2022

3rd Annual Glasgow Downtown Association Polar Putt Putt

Attention golfers - or anyone who just wants to get out & have some fun! This Saturday is the 3rd Annual Glasgow Downtown Association Polar Putt Putt. Teams of 2 will compete in a multi-hole miniature golf tournament that'll bring them throughout the community. Golf from 10a.m. – 2p.m., then head to the Busted Knuckle Taproom for the awards ceremony at 3p.m. Prizes will be given for best score, worst score, & best dressed with a special hole-in-one prize. For full details, visit the Glasgow Downtown Associations Facebook page. Registration is $30 per team with a $5 mulligan available per golfer. One team member must be 18 or older. Register at Shippwrecked starting at 10a.m. Saturday.

Sunday, January 23rd 2022

Nashua Lions Roller Skating

Nashua Lions Roller Skating is Sundays from 1 - 3p.m. at the Nashua Civic Center. Cost is $1.50 per skater/skates included or bring your own. All ages are welcome!

Monday, January 24th 2022

ServSafe Classes Offered by MSU Extension

Montana food establishments that serve food to the public are required to have a certified manager. A manager’s certification must be renewed every 5 years. If you are soon due to renew your certification or you want to make yourself more employable by obtaining a ServSafe Managers certificate, then you will be interested in ServSafe classes offered by MSU Extension. Topics covered in the ServSafe Managers training: The importance of food safety; Good personal hygiene; Time & temperature control; Preventing cross-contamination; Cleaning & sanitizing; Safe food preparation; Receiving & storing food; Methods of thawing, cooking, cooling & reheating food. These topics are covered in the 8-hour class offered by Montana State University Extension. Participants in ServSafe classes take a 90-question exam & must pass with a 75% in order to receive their national ServSafe certificate. Research has shown that those food establishments who have a certified food safety manager have fewer food borne illness outbreaks. Please contact the Valley County Extension Office, 406-228-6241, to reserve your place in this ServSafe Food Safety class by Feb. 1st, so books & tests can be ordered.

Sunday, January 30th 2022

Glasgow DMV

Monday, January 31st 2022

HI-Line Sportsmen Memorial Scholarships

High school seniors across Valley County are encouraged to check with their guidance counselors for information & applications for the annual Hi-Line Sportsmen Memorial Scholarships. Multiple sizeable scholarships will be awarded at the conservation group’s annual banquet, scheduled for Sat. Feb. 19th at Glasgow’s St. Raphael’s Catholic Church parish center gymnasium. The scholarships honor the memory of Barb Marsh & Mark Jackson, both longtime supporters of the community & local youth. To memorialize their commitment to the community, Barb’s partner, Joe Younkin, & Mark’s wife, Karen Jackson, sponsored a special gun that was auctioned at last year’s Hi-Line Sportsmen banquet. Proceeds from the commemorative gun are being distributed to eligible high school students this year. All Valley County high school seniors are eligible to apply for the scholarships, which are designed to aid in recipients’ pursuit of a college or trade-school degree. Application materials are available from career counselors at these county high schools: Glasgow, Nashua, Opheim, Hinsdale, Frazer, & Luster Christian. Deadline to receive applications is Mon. Jan. 31st. In keeping with the wildlife-conservation mission of Hi-Line Sportsmen, scholarship applicants must possess a valid Montana Conservation License, & submit a copy of the license with their application. Other considerations are community service & participation in hunting & conservation-oriented activities as well as submission of 2 personal letters of recommendation. Scholarship winners will be announced at the conservation group’s annual fundraising banquet on Feb. 19th, during which another special scholarship gun - a Savage rifle chambered in .22-250 with scope - will be auctioned to provide funds for next year’s scholarships. Over the past 5 years, HLS has awarded a total of $16,000 to 19 Valley County seniors headed for additional education, whether technical & trade schools or 2 or 4 year universities. For details about eligibility & other information about the scholarship, students are encouraged to visit with career counselors at their schools, or applicants can call Jenn Jackson, 406-263-7339 or email jennjenn910@gmail.com.

Monday, January 31st 2022

Paths to Serenity

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. For more information call 406-228-4095.

Tuesday, February 8th 2022

Valley County Airport Meeting Cancelled

The Valley County Airport will meet Tues. Feb. 8th at 6p.m. at the airport terminal.

Saturday, February 12th 2022

Fort Peck Summer Theatre Winter Reading Performance

Mark your calendars for February 12th & 13th as the Fort Peck Summer Theatre crew brings back their much anticipated winter reading performance. Crowd favorites Pam Veis, Andy Meyers, Jay Roberts, Alicia Bullock-Muth, & Sydney Hayward will star in this year's collection of mystery, poetry, & suspense paying tribute to Edgar Allan Poe & his influential work. Geared for audiences of all ages, both performances will be at the Fort Peck Hotel. Join them at 6:30p.m. Sat. Feb. 12th or 2p.m. Sun. Feb. 13th. More information as well as online ticketing can be found at www.FortPeckTheatre.org.