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Always Good To Hear Judy

I heard Judy Richman on the radio this morning & it's always good to hear her cheerful pleasant voice & find out what's happening at the Heritage. This morning (Tuesday), Judy mentioned that there is currently an opening...a stu

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Let’s Return To The Heritage

I blogged earlier on today about the Marias Heritage Center & our "Montana History" reading on Tuesday evenings (tonight!). Well, I've said it before & I'll say it again..."There's always SOMETHING" going on at the Heritage", & this week is proving to be no exception. The Irish

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Nothing to Tell
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A Grim GRAY Book

Author Donna Gray's "Nothing To Tell-Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women" is anything but "Sunshine & roses"!  We're currently reading & enjoying this saga of hard work, hardships, family illness, poverty, & early widowhood as we continue with our Montana History reading up at the Marias Heritage Center on Tuesday evenings. I'll be th

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There’s Always Something Going On

There's always something going on at our community libraries up here in the Golden Triangle. In my opinion, Benjamin Franklin was some kind of genius for inventing the library in the first place! The Valier Friends Of The Library has a meeting scheduled this Monday evening at 5:30 at the Valier Public Library, & down in Conrad, there is going to be a Committee Organizational Meeting for the Depot Train Museum Tuesday evening at 7 at the Conrad Library. AL

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There’s So Much To Do

Often times on Tuesdays, I do a blog about Tuesday evening "Montana History" up at the Marias Heritage Center. Today is no different...I'll be at the Heritage Center this evening at 6 reading more Montana History & continuing with the book, "Nothing To Tell-Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women" by Donna Gray but there are SO many other activities for the residents up at the Heritage in addition to Montana History. Th

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It’s FINAL

Tomorrow, Sunday, will be the final meeting for the Power Centennial History Book. Alas, it's been quite a journey, quite an experience, very special. Tomorrow's final meeting will take place at the Whistle Stop Senior Center in Power from 2 until 4 in the afternoon

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Nothing To Tell

Actually, there is ALWAYS something to tell when I get at the ol' blog desk! "Nothing To Tell" is the new book that we decided on reading up at the Marias Heritage Center on Tuesday evening. Kareen Bratt's "My Home's In Montana" came to an end on Tuesday & what a wonderful conclusion it was. Ou

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Train Buff
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It Rhymes With My Last Name

Puff here & I AM a train "buff". I enjoy railroading & have since I've been a kid & my father used to take me down to the Great Northern & Milwaukee Depots in Great Falls to watch the trains come in. I recall both

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Decisions
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Decisions, Decisions

I'll be going back up to the Marias Heritage Center this evening (Tuesday) at 6 to read more "Montana History". Tonight, we'll be finishing up the final 15 pages of Kareen Bratt's spectacular read, "My Home's In Montana", & then we'll be beginning another Montana History book. I

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Home Again

I blogged earlier today about "Home" & speaking of "Home", I'll be going back to the Heritage Center here in Shelby tomorrow evening (Tuesday), to continue reading more "Montana History" with Kareen Bratt's book, "My HOME'S In Montana"

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Governor’s Humanities Awards Recipients Announced

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(Missoula)  Seven Montanans will be recognized during the Governor’s Humanities Awards Ceremony on February 21, 2013 at 3 pm at the Montana Historical Society, Helena. Governor Steve Bullock will officiate. Honorees ar

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Happy New Year At The Heritage

Our Tuesday evening Montana History reading continues tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We took a break last week to celebrate Christmas & what a special one it was for all the residents. To

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