Briefs for Feb. 9, 2016
People’s Center participates in Magazine Museum Day
PABLO — The People’s Center is participating in the Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day live event on March 12. This Nationwide event is in conjunction with Women’s History month. The museum and gift shop will be open special hours from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. If you have any questions, please call 406-675-0160. You can download your “free” admission ticket at:
Michelle Obama has created a video about the National event and it can be seen at:
Hospital team holds raffle fundraiser
POLSON – Providence St. Joseph Medical Center’s Relay for Life team is once again holding an Easter Basket Raffle Fundraiser. Baskets from many departments within St. Joseph Medical Center will be on display March 16-23. Some themes this year are camping, hiking, backyard fun, fitness and Bunny Brew. Raffle tickets go on sale Monday, March 14 at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, #6 13th Avenue East, Polson. Tickets are $5 each or 6 for $20. Please call 406-883-8453 and ask for Rebecca Brown for more information or to purchase tickets.
Music, arts return to gallery
ARLEE — Music and arts events return to Hangin Art Gallery on Highway 93 in downtown Arlee beginning with a “pass the hat” concert by Gravely Mountain Boys on Friday, March 11 from 6-8 p.m. Dinner will be served from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Always a favorite, we are pleased to start our music/arts series with toe taping Bluegrass music by Gravely Mountain Boys.
Other scheduled events this spring include an afternoon concert of old time Appalachia String Band music on Saturday, April 9 from 1-3 p.m., and an Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 22 that will finish off with a concert by Andre Floyd from 6-8 p.m. Visit our Facebook Page (Hangin Art Gallery) for more information.
Questions? Call Donna at Hangin Art Gallery at 406-726-5005 or contact at email@example.com
Montana Meth Project seeks talented filmmakers
MISSOULA – The Montana Meth Project is calling all treasure state filmmakers as the organization gathers submissions for a national 30-second commercial competition featuring a grand prize of $20,000 and nationwide air time for the declared winner.
All entries will be screened and approved by the Montana Meth Project and will be judged on cinematography, screenwriting, sound, acting, editing, originality, and the thematic integration of “Life or Meth.” Once submitted, each applicant will be competing nationally in an online contest.
Previous Meth Project commercials have influenced viewers through graphic, hard-hitting campaigns that followed young adults from first-time users to full-blown addicts as a means of educating people about the dangers of using meth, a highly addictive drug that severely alters a person’s brain activity.
Create authentic, impactful messages that will influence the next generation of teens to keep their distance from the drug and reinforce Montana Meth Project’s message of “Not Even Once.”
Entries will be accepted Feb. 15 through May 31 at lifeormethcontest.com. Contestants will also find a link to the submission platform on the Montana Meth Project Facebook page.
For more information about the Montana Meth Project, visit www.montanameth.org
Nelson appointed to state commission
RONAN — Governor Steve Bullock recently appointed Dale Nelson of Ronan to the State Emergency Response Commission. Nelson joins a dozen other people involved with public safety statewide. Nelson is the Emergency Manager for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.