I am more than impressed with the book we're currently reading up at the Marias Heritage Center during Montana History on Tuesday evening. Everlyn D. Aiken, from the Sweetgrass Hills AND a resident of the Heritage Center, has penned a beautiful read..."Older Than The Hills," & it is a GOOD thing that Everlyn has done. She's shared the story of her life growing up in "The Hills," & it goes to show me that perhaps more of us should "put to paper" the story of our lives. Evelyn graduated from grade school when she was only 12 years old, & that's where we'll be picking up the story tonight (Tuesday.) Looking forward to reading & sharing MORE Montana History this evening at 6 o'clock at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby.