Briefs fo Aug. 28, 2019
Enjoy ice cream, find common ground
RONAN — Mission Valley Rises: Democracy Engaged! invites all to an ice cream social on Thursday, Sept. 5, at the Ronan City Park next to the Farmers Market, from 5-7 p.m. Come meet your neighbors and learn about this group, how it serves the community and how you can help.
Find some common ground with Mission Valley Rises, an inclusive, community-led group, working to build bridges among our community. We work to promote human rights along with broad participation in the democratic process. Join the conversation and eat ice cream.
Child Find held at KWH
RONAN/PABLO — Mark your calendars for Ronan/Pablo Elementary Schools’ fall Child Find event on Wednesday, Sept. 25. This free screening is being held in conjunction with CSKT Early Childhood Services and CDC center. It will be held at the K. Wm. Harvey Elementary School in the special needs preschool classroom from 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Children ages birth to five years old, who live in the Ronan/Pablo School District, will be screened. The screening includes: hearing, speech, language, basic school readiness and motor skills. Appointments are made on a first-come-first-served basis by calling Janet at 406-676-3390 ext. 7450.
SAFE Harbor calls for auction donations
MISSION VALLEY — SAFE Harbor will hold its 15th annual Art Auction and Celebration on Oct. 19. The theme for this year is “Color the World in Hope.” Organizers are seeking donations for the live and silent auctions. A major focus of the auction is original artwork, jewelry, pottery, quilts, carving, sculptures, photography and other crafts. Special baskets are also auctioned that include lodging, movie passes, theater tickets, concert tickets, travel, dishware, dinner coupons, service vouchers and a variety of other housewares. If you or someone you know has something to share, please call: 406-240-0640 or 406-676-0800.