Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, April 26, 1995, Image 3

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Dillon Tribune * Wednesday, Aprii 26,1995 - Page A-3 0 NEWS FROM THE BEAVERHEAD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Submitted by Cathy Burweil Cathy is at a training workshop this week in Kalispell, Montana with the summer travel counselors. The office will be open limited hours on Wednesday (Today). Sorry for the inconvenience. Things to remember to get a t the Chamber office SOON... 1. Tickets to the Army Band Concert on May 2nd - They are Free Comp, of Dillon Tribune! 2. Sign up for the Small Business Luncheon on May 5 3. Ticketsfor the Butte/Silverbow and Beaverhead Crimestoppers Show 4. Entry blanks for the Rancher Roundup Bullarama 5. Sign up self and employees for SUPERHOST Customer Service Training Members, Remember to contact the Chamber office as soon as possible if you are interested in the insert program offered to members in the April newsletter. It is first paid, first served and limited to 30 inserts in the relocation packets and 30 inserts in the vacation packets. Inserts must comply with the size indicated in the newsletter. For more information, contact the Chamber office at 683-5511. Coming May 4th is the Superhost Customer Service Training. This is invaluable training for your frontline employees to ensure that your customers are satisfied and come back to your business. Instructor Keith Bass gives an excellent workshop! This starts at 6:30 p.m. a t the High School and should last about 3 hours. T ie cost is only $10 per person - an inexpensive way to make a huge investment in your business! Call the Chamber office by Friday if possible to sign up. (Please note that the date has been changed from the newsletter from May 2 to May 4 • this was due to a conflict with the Army'Band Concert.) Coming Events: April 2 6 .... Secretary's Day Lunch (WMC-L&C Room) April 28-29 Montana Meat Processors Convention .................. Main Gym-WMC April 28-30 Montana Genealogy Conference - WMC- L&C Room April 28-29 Dance Concert - WMC • Main Aud. April 2 9 .... Prom May 2 ...... U.S. Army Field Band - 7 p.m. - BCHS Gym May 6 ...... WMC Graduation Commencement May 1 3 .... Northern Rockies Chapter of the Professional .................. Picture Framers Assoc. Spring Seminar .................. (Call Old West Cinema Gallery for info) May 1 3 .... Barrett Hospital Comm. Health Fair May 1 6 .... Chamber Meeting -.Noon • City Hall May 26-29 11th Annual Rancher Roundup-BvtxJ. County Fairgrounds ...................26 -Bullarama .................. 27828 - Rope N Stroke ...................28 - Team Roping/Barrel Race .................. 28 - Stickhorse Rodeo .................. 2 9 -Team Event May 2 8 .... BCHS Graduation - 2 p.m. - BCHS Gym May 2 9 .... Memorial Day U.S. Army Field Band and Chorus Free Concert - T uesday, May 2,1995 B.W. Lodge Gymnasium - 7:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Dillon Tribune with the assistance fo the Bvhd. Post 20, American Legion Agents begin Nevada City appraisal By J o h n B a rrow s Appraisers began their work last week in determining the value of Nevada City and its possession s, Bovey Restorations Manager Kirk Hansen said Fri­ day. Hansen voiced his disappoint­ ment with the state legislature, noting Nevada City “got in the middle of the biggest power play of the year.\ That decision, Hansen said, “put a lot more pressure” on the outcome of the Virginia City acquisition by the National Park Service. T h e National Park Service is real big on partnerships,” Hansen said, and ”it would have been easier” if the state had acquired Nevada City. “I hope it didn’t relay the wrongmessage.” The whole affair, Hansen added, had left him “totally shell shocked.” Hansen noted that both to wns are extremely valuable from a historical standpoint, Nevada City from the state’s point of view and Virginia City for na­ tional and world history. “Nobody wanted to come to the West,” H ansen said, except forgold. “Of th e 360parks in the National P ark Syatom, not one illustrates the gold boom of the West” T h e people of Montana need to get together,” H ansen said, to show the P ark System that the legislature's decision didn’t rep­ resent the whole state. Hansen warned that much of the value of the properties lies with the artifacts. “If the con­ tents are separated from the buildings, I will not have done my job.\ If that occurs, all th a t will remain will “be another Ban- nack, or a Colorado casino. T ie biggest thing is to not ssparate one of the world’s largest an­ tique collections.” Hansen praisedhisboss, Ford Bovey, for h is patience in the middle of th e present situation. “Ford h as exhausted every pos­ sible means. They came to us mid le t «ado H (try to raise state funding) i l ^ t lit t^MHpddU-ef Virginia City and N itrada City will be open for one final season, Hansen said “We encourage everyone to come this summer so they are able to see this won­ derful time machine.” T h e address is Virginia City Preservation Alliance, Box 55, Virginia City, MT 59755 All do­ nations are tax deductible. o o o Three tables o f bridge played Men day. April 17. Larry Laith wen first. Chock Stauffer sesead, Helen Albertson third, and Brneetino of pinochle were Al M s and wen high; Mary rie Ceben wen sc c- Murray end ; Judy and Dottie Plea tablee o f pinochle were played Wednesday. Mary Manay and Bthol Sorenson high; Both 8orenoon and Don Sortneon won second; and Jessie Reiehle and M elba Sorensen ' Five tables o f | played Saturday, ana Ruth Sorenson won high; Helen Albertson and A1 Boie eron second; and Faye Doty and Dottie Thom won low. Beaverhead Stock-N-Stitch The Beaverhead Stock-N- Stitch 4-H Club held their April m eeting in the Lima School multi-purpose room. The time was 3:35 p.m. thru 3:45 p.m. The roll call was; Fay Anne O a r, Brooke and Amber Johnson, Jonathon and K risten M a rtinell, Jessie G osm an, Jaym e S c h n itxler, Debbie Buhkr, Kyle Reed, and Mindy, hStsy end Todd McGraw. Lead­ ers present were Yvonne and Kathleen Martinell. The p arent present at the meeting was Karla McGraw. The meeting was adjourned a t 3:45 p.ra. Af­ ter the meeting we made Eas­ ter baskets for the elderly.

Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.), 26 April 1995, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/2015269516/1995-04-26/ed-1/seq-3/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.