CORRECTION – Swan Lake “Threatened” Not “Impaired”
In the Seeley Swan Pathfinder’s Feb. 2 ‘A Place for All’ column titled “Water Quality in the Swan Valley – It Takes Work,” it stated that Swan Lake was listed as an “impaired water body.” That is incorrect.
Goat and Jim Creeks are impaired waterbodies; however, Swan Lake is listed as “threatened” because of the very low dissolved oxygen levels in the deep parts of the lake in the summertime.
Community Choir to Start in Seeley Lake, Feb. 23
SEELEY LAKE - A community choir is being organized after many requests. The first rehearsal will be Thursday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. on the new stage at Seeley-Swan High School. Condon and Seeley Lake’s elementary and high school music teacher Kaytee Ambrozich will be directing the choir.
Anyone who is high school age or older and loves to sing is encouraged to join. Bring any ideas or expectations for the community choir to the first rehearsal.
Social Media Workshop for Businesses and Non-Profits, Feb. 24
SEELEY LAKE — Dana Friede, Director of Development and Marketing, United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area will present a hands-on social media workshop in her hometown of Seeley Lake.
The Feb. 24 workshop will provide local businesses and nonprofit organizations a chance to learn more about strategic scheduling for posts, boosting posts and selecting an audience for boosted posts.
The workshop is sponsored by the Seeley Lake Community Foundation and is 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitor’s Center.
All are welcome to this free workshop.
Applicants Sought for Seeley Lake Cemetery Board
The Missoula County Commissioners are looking to fill a vacant term on the Seeley Lake Cemetery Board. This position will serve through April 30, 2018, at which time the applicant can be considered for a new three-year term.
The cemetery district is governed and managed by three trustees appointed by the Board of Missoula County Commissioners. The trustees shall be appointed from the residents of School District 37 for terms of one, two and three years, respectively, and until their successors are qualified and appointed.
Applications are due Friday, March 17 by 5 p.m. Applications are available and may be submitted online or in the Commissioners’ Office, located at 199 West Pine Street in Missoula.
New Bow and Arrow License Requirements
This year, hunters will be required to purchase a Montana bow and arrow license prior to applying for any archery-only permit.
To purchase a bow and arrow license an individual must meet one of the following requirements:
• Show completion of a bow hunter education course.
• Show proof of purchase of a previous year’s bow and arrow license from Montana or another state.
• Sign an affidavit that they have previously purchased a bow and arrow license in Montana or another state.
First time archers must have planned ahead to have the prerequisite bow hunter education certificate in order to apply for 2017 archery-only drawings. The first drawing deadline is March 15.
Montana FWP Bow hunter education classes are offered around the state. Please visit: http://fwp.mt.gov/education/hunter to register for a bow hunter education course.
Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Call Activity 2/5/17 – 2/13/17
2/5, 2:13 a.m .: 32XX Highway 83N, Seeley Lake: Disorderly Conduct.
2/5, 5:54 p.m .: 6XX Juniper Drive, Seeley Lake: Accident, No Injury.
2/9, 8:20 a.m .: Highway 200, Potomac: Accident, No Injury.
2/9, 5:12 p.m .: North of Lake Inez, Highway 83: Accident – No Injury.
2/10, 2:52 p.m .: Highway 200, east of Clearwater Junction: Trespassing.
2/10, 3:21 p.m .: Woodworth Road: Disorderly Conduct.
2/11, 12:02 p.m ., Morrell Creek Road, Seeley Lake: Vandalism.
2/11, 4:12 p.m .: 40XX Highway 83, north of Seeley Lake: Civil.
2/11, 7:43 p.m .: Waterfowl Lane, Greenough: Accident, No Injury.
2/12, 5:56 p.m .: Poverty Flats, Highway 83 south of Seeley Lake: Accident, No Injury.
2/13, 7:26 p.m .: 130XX Vannoy Lane, Greenough: Suspicious Activity.
2/13, 7:58 p.m .: 1XX N. Johnson Street, Potomac: Suspicious Activity.