Pathfinder Archives April 6, 2023

Montana Outfitters Host Retreat

Montana Outfitters and Guides Association leaders held a long range planning retreat at the Foxwood lnn at White Sulphur Springs last weekend. Directors, officers and chairpersons emphasized Montana's oldest industries commitment to protecting our resources and the outfitters positive impact on the state's economy. Local outfitter Jack Rich and his wife Belinda attended the retreat to represent their district, as Jack is on the Board of Directors. Belinda will be helping with publicity for the group.

Reminder: Bus to Fort Harrison Stops at Condon

Local residents are reminding people that a van travels from Kalispell to Fort Harrison once a week, providing transportation to local veterans who are provided with medical care through the Fort Harrison hospital. The van stops at the Swan Valley Centre near Condon at about 9am each Wednesday. The van returns from Fort Harrison to Kalispell on Thursdays, coming through Condon about 4 p.m. For more information contact Beth Hammer or Bob Reed.

Teresa Kauffman Chosen For Spurs at WMC, Dillon

Teresa Kauffman from the Swan Valley has been chosen as a member of spurs at Western Montana College at Dillon, Montana. Spurs is an honorary sophomore service organization.

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Seeley Lake Auto Parts Earns 5 Star NAPA Award

Seeley Lake Auto Parts announced that it earned the prestigious Five-Star Excellence Award from NAPA for 2002. Of the more than 5,000 independent NAPA Auto Parts stores that competed for the Five-Star Excellence rating, some 270 successfully met the rigorous program criteria for winning. This year's winners receive a Caribbean cruise during the first week of April. Richard Lewis, owner of Seeley Lake Auto Parts, said that the cruise is a motivating incentive, but the real winners are NAPA customers.

To The Wonderful Seeley/Swan Valley:

Thank you everyone who organized, put together, donated & helped with the Baker Benefit! We really appreciate all you've done, your support means a lot! I thought I'd be ready for work April 1st, unfortunately life has taken me on a new path. I'll be relocating in Missoula and I'd love you to come see me there. You are the best clients a girl could have. Thanks for your understanding and support! I'll let you know where I end up! Love you all, Carla Baker

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