Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Briefs for August 1, 2018

Help sought for Eagle Scout project

 

RONAN – Jamison Romero has decided to clean up Ronan’s cemetery for his Eagle Scout project and is seeking help from community members to complete this vast task. Volunteers are needed to help clean headstones, take photos and organize according to section, a permanent record for the cemetery. Jamison will be at the cemetery to work on this project at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings during the month of August (with the exception of the second week.) Volunteers are welcome to join him at the cemetery to help at these times. The project is also under the direction of the cemetery’s caretaker. For more information call 676-0588.

 

Credit Union hosts shred event 

 

POLSON — Whitefish Credit Union will host its annual shred event in August. Open to the public, members and non-members can bring their personal or private documents to select credit union branches to be securely shredded. 

“We are committed to the privacy of our members and their personal information,” said Michael Burr, Vice President and Columbia Falls Branch Manager for Whitefish Credit Union. “We are excited to extend this service to the public as a secure way to dispose of sensitive documents.” 

 

The shred event will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 9 at Whitefish Credit Union in Polson. The Polson branch located at 110 3rd Avenue East.

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