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By Henry Netherland

Open Book Club receives Montana Center for the Book Prize


October 22, 2020

Henry Netherland, Pathfinder

Alpine Artisans' Open Book Club members receive a Montana Center for the Book Prize certificate from Humanities Montana inside Grizzly Claw Trading Company Tuesday. With the award comes a $1,000 that will be used to invite additional authors to present their books once meetings resume. Pictured (L-R): Michael Cropper, Betty Vanderwielen, Sara Wilcox, Jenny Rohrer, Randi Tanglen, Dee Baker, Martha Swanson and Jeanne Koester.

SEELEY LAKE - Humanities Montana awarded Alpine Artisans' Open Book Club the Montana Center for the Book Prize. This is the first time the Club has received an award like this.

According to a press release, the Montana Center for the Book Advisory Committee "was impressed with the longevity of the program, the steady growth and the caliber of authors who have been featured over the years." The Club is one of three award-winning programs with the other two located in Belgrade and Billings. Normally the prize is awarded during the Montana Book Festival, but due to COVID-19, the event was onli...

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