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Glasgow Senior Citizen's Monthly Pancake Breakfast

Saturday, March 2nd 2024

The Glasgow Senior Citizen's will have their Monthly Pancake Breakfast this Saturday, March 2nd at the Senior Center. Serving is from 7 – 10a.m., all are welcome.

Nashua Lions Roller Skating

Sunday, March 3rd 2024

Nashua Lions Roller Skating is Sundays from 1 - 3p.m. at the Nashua Civic Center. The cost is $2 which covers skating & skate rental, with pop, water, & popcorn available for purchase. Skating will continue through March 2024.

Ranchers Stewardship Alliance Two-part Workshop

Monday, March 4th 2024

Join the Ranchers Stewardship Alliance for a two-part workshop at the Milk River Pavilion in Malta Mon. March 4th. Steve Campbell of Tailor Made Cattle will spend the morning challenging ranchers to think outside the box in terms of cattle mineral delivery. Then, during the afternoon, he's bringing his infamous “Red Solo Cup Cow” presentation with a live cattle demonstration where he’ll teach his unique method of identifying healthy, easy-keeping cattle based on phenotypical traits. Head to RanchStewards.org/events for details.

Glasgow Girl’s Softball Sign-ups

Tuesday, March 5th 2024

Glasgow Girl’s Softball Sign-ups are Tues. March 5th from 4 – 6p.m. at the Glasgow Library in the basement. This is for girls ages 6 – 14, & you will need to bring a copy of your birth certificate. Cost is $50 per player & refundable $100 volunteer deposit per family. For more information, contact Jordan, 406-853-0047. If you can’t make it to sign up on the 5th, let them know & other arrangements can be made.

Northeast Montana Feral Swine Tour

Wednesday, March 6th 2024

The Northeast Montana Feral Swine Tour will be meeting at the Fort Peck Interpretive Center at 3p.m. Wed. March 6th. Learn why wild pigs are such a problem, their threat to Montana, & the best way to respond to this threat.

Glasgow AAU Wrestling Spaghetti Feed/Pie Auction Annual Fundraiser

Thursday, March 7th 2024

Glasgow AAU Wrestling Spaghetti Feed/Pie Auction Annual Fundraiser is Thurs. March 7th at the Glasgow Elks Lodge - Spaghetti Feed 6p.m., Pie Auction 7p.m. Cost is $5 per person, $20 per family for the spaghetti feed. This event helps fund GWC wrestlers with their out of state travel expenses, camps & clinics. Also, 50% of the proceeds go to Glasgow Wrestling Center.

Junior Master Gardening Class Registration Forms Due

Friday, March 8th 2024

The deadline to register for the Junior Master Gardening Class is fast approaching. Registrations are due by Fri. March 8th & need to be turned in to the Valley County Extension Office. The Junior Master Gardener Program is an 8-week youth gardening project designed for students currently in grades 4-6. Classes will begin Mon. March 25th, after school until 5:30p.m. in the Community Room of the Courthouse. Registration forms are available at the Irle & Middle school & at the Valley County Extension Office. Call 406-228-6241 for more information.

GNDC Offering Free Tax Prep & Filing

Friday, March 8th 2024

The Great Northern Development Corporation is offering free tax preparation & filing services through Tax Help Montana. Low-to-moderate income taxpayers & senior citizens can utilize this free service now through April 9th. Stop by GNDC at 233 Cascade Street in Wolf Point or call them, 406-653-2590, ext. #201, for more information & eligibility questions.

Flea Market at the Glasgow Senior Center

Saturday, March 9th 2024

Council on Aging will have a Flea Market Sat. March 9th from 9a.m. – 12noon at the Glasgow Senior Center. For table rental call Jackie, 406-228-4093, leave a message if no answer.

Fort Peck Summer Theatre Holding Auditions

Sunday, March 10th 2024

Fort Peck Summer Theatre will be holding auditions for local actors Sun. March 17th from 10a.m. – 12p.m. at the Glasgow Middle School, Room 310. This is for ages in 2nd grade to 100. A variety of opportunities are available in all shows, especially: The large, multi-aged ensemble of Joseph & the Technicolor Dreamcoat; Great acting roles & 2 leading roles for kids in Bonnie & Clyde; An extravagant dance ensemble & young puppeteers for the animals in Cinderella. Please note: if you will be participating in JJMT that weekend & cannot attend auditions in person, contact Kari, 406-228-9216, by Sun. March 10th. Also, the 27th Annual Performing Arts Camp will be held July 30th – Aug. 8th. Registration is open, on the website: FortPeckTheatre.org.

Ag Partners LLC Putting on a Grower’s Meeting

Monday, March 11th 2024

Ag Partners LLC is putting on a Grower’s Meeting Mon. March 11th, at the Cottonwood Inn banquet room. The meeting begins at 5p.m. & should wrap up around 8p.m. with Product representatives from Corteva, Mosaic & Bayer. Dinner will be buffet style with multiple dishes & sides to choose from & complimentary adult beverages. This is open to the public, please RSVP to Courtney – 406-230-6077, or the Fertilizer Plant – 406-228-2571.

Indian Taco Supper at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church

Monday, March 11th 2024

Nashua Our Redeemer Lutheran Church will have their March Indian Taco Supper Mon. March 11th from 4:30 - 6:30p.m. There is a free will donation & Thrivent has provided supplementary funds. Take-outs are available & all are welcome!

Veteran Service Officers at the Glasgow VA Clinic

Tuesday, March 12th 2024

Veteran Service Officers for Montana Veteran Affairs Division will be at the Glasgow VA Clinic Tues. March 12th from 1 – 4p.m. to meet with Veterans. If you would like to apply for benefits with the VA please come see the Veteran Service Officer at the appointed time & bring a copy of your discharge/separation (DD214) papers with you. Veteran Service Officer will visit Nursing Homes & Assisted Living Centers by appointment only. Call (406) 265-4225 to speak with a Veteran Service Officer.

Fort Peck Cabin Association to Meet

Saturday, March 16th 2024

The Fort Peck Cabin Association will meet Sat. March 16th at 5p.m. at the Fort Peck Hotel. For more information, contact Mary Kaercher, 406-263-9345.

Valley Community Food Bank

Tuesday, March 19th 2024

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 or if you need assistance, contact Jeff – 406-263-6676, Mary – 406-794-8498 or Kathy - 406-263-0605.

Valley County Community Foundation Grant Applications

Wednesday, March 20th 2024

The Valley County Community Foundation would like to announce that the 2024 grant application is currently open. New this year, organizations can apply online at valleycountycf.net, or paper applications can still be mailed to PO Box 304, Glasgow MT 59230. Community groups, such as 501c(3) organizations, schools, & government entities, who are working to complete a project & looking for capital funds to assist in their project are encouraged to apply. In 2023, the Valley County Community Foundation awarded over $34,000 to 9 projects around the community. A few of those included installing new lighting at the Northeast Montana Veterans Memorial in Fort Peck; reroofing & insulating the Boy Scout food booth at the fairgrounds; upgrades to the school garden at the Glasgow Middle School; new team tents for the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team. The Valley County Community Foundation is a steward of a community savings account through which private assets, entrusted by donors, are invested to meet the challenges of contemporary life. The Foundation is the guardian of a permanent endowment where the income is used to help fund economic, cultural & charitable projects in Valley County. The deadline for applications is March 31, 2024.

Ranchers Stewardship Alliance's “Rural Resilience” Webinar Series

Thursday, March 28th 2024

The Ranchers Stewardship Alliance is excited to announce the return of their “Rural Resilience” webinar series. Back for a 4th consecutive year, this free online event aims to empower & educate our ranching & rural communities on financial, ecological, & social resilience. Held the 4th Thursday of February, March, & April, the Rural Resilience series features experienced, hand-selected speakers who are experts in their respective fields. March 28th - “Community Resilience 101: Why Resilience is a Concept to Embrace with Caution” with Julia Haggerty, MSU; April 25th - “Selling Beef When Deep Freezers are Aplenty…& Processors Not So Much” with Montana RancHERS Beef Co. Each event is held from 7 - 8:30p.m. & will include an opportunity for questions. Upon registration at www.RanchStewards.org/Events, a Zoom link will be mailed to all attendees. For more information contact Haylie Shipp, 406-853-0483.

Paths to Serenity

Thursday, March 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.