Speaking of the old "Piano Man", our Shelby High School is in need of EXTRA pianos. The Shelby High School is going to be hosting the District Music Festival next month, Friday & Saturday, April 12th & 13th. The sc
The advisory board for the Center for Mental Health here in Shelby will be meeting tomorrow, Thursday, at 12 noon down at the Griddle. Rattle the skillet...we're working up a hunger already! Our advisory board meets the 3rd Thursday of every month from September through June
The Shelby Lenten Lunches come to an END tomorrow afternoon, Thursday. There were only 3 lunches scheduled this year. The 1st Lenten Lunch was served at the Methodist Church & last week's Lenten gathering was at St. Wi
"Red Up"...it's a Pennsylvania expression & synonym for "tidy up" or "clean the room".. Well, get ready for the rep...the Montana Veterans Affairs Rep will be back in Shelby, tomorrow, Wednesday from 9:30 to 11 up at the courthouse. To
It's called "Keeping Cascade County Healthy" & it's the 2013 Montana State University Extension Cascade County Community Health & Wellness Fair set for this Saturday, March 23 down in Great Falls at the college. The "F
There a FREE early childhood screening set for tomorrow, Tuesday, over in Chester. The hours for tomorrow's early childhood screening will be from 10AM until 1PM at the CJI Elementary School. To schedule an appointment for your child or children, please call Heidi at 759 5477
Last week on my Puffman Blog, I blogged that we would FINALLY reading the final chapter in the book we're currently reading during "Montana History" Tuesday evenings up at the Marias Heritage Center. I was wrong! This sago will never end! Actually it should & it WILL(!) tomorrow evening (Tuesday) for sure. Th
That's what Ralph Kramden used to tell his wife, Alice, all the time on the old Jackie Gleason Honeymooners Show, but these days, the cranky Kramden might well be threatening to send the old lady all the way clear to Mars
We'll be drawing the curtain on author Donna Gray's extraordinary stories of Montana ranch women this evening (Tuesday) at the Marias Heritage Center in our "Montana History" reading. I think we have all enjoyed the book, "Nothing To Tell" & it turns out these 12 old ranch women DID have a lot to tell & after some 237 pages, I think we have heard it all! The book was an eye opener for me...I kne
That's the name of north central Montanan Paul. J. Caden's book & it packs a powerful punvh along with a truly uplifting message.. It IS an action packed & relatively fast read at 179 pages...I read the entire book while on a Great Falls to Minneapolis flight last summer. I met
Havre, March 11, 2013— Disasters happen. They can happen at any time and in any community. And when they do, Montana Red Cross needs to be ready to help. To prepare, the organization, in collaboration wi
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