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Du i ns Twin si W ednesday. December 8. 2004 - Page A-3 December Now through December 17 & 18 Dillon Garden Club Holi-Daze decoration contest: judging will take place December 17-18. Three divisions this year including residential, neighborhood and business, institutions and organizations, businesses, institutions and organizations have two categories, outdoor and window. To enter the contest call 660-2884 and leave a message by December 15. Now through December 18 Gingerbread House Display: Beaverhead Valiev Artist Cooperative displays entries to its hirst Annual Gingerbread House Contest in a window Season’s greetings to* you anfc yours, anb our continuing thanks for your support anfc patronage. ★ Jim's ★ ^ A uto Body, L.L.C. U l.ullv V 1 Aeeept (406) 683-2846.1500 Hwy 91 N • Dillon t Imsim.,, 683-6233 AFTER HOURS C.ish! display at the Womack Building. Stop in to \;n e ¡or the People’s Choice Award. Local bakers pick the first and second place winners. Now through December 21 Toy collection drive: Big Brothers Big Sisters ot Dillon collects new unwrapped toys to give out to local children, lot' collection boxes are available at the Dillon Satewav and King's everv day ol the week until December 21. Also, a tcaiured business will otter a raltie ol merchandise to all those who donate a new, unwrapped toy each week, . Now through December 24 Santa's Depot: The Drift Gallcrv for Contemporary Ar1 hosts Cre­ ation Station's \Santa's Depot\ or Holiday Shop; Inhibition ot Montana- made contemporary, lolk and traditional western art and cralts; 12 South Idaho Streei. Also, see the \Angel Tree Christmas Hitts tor Children in Need\ project, for more inlormation about the Angel I ree, call The Drift at 683-3456. Wednesday, 8 l ima Historical Society Annual Meeting and Dinner. BCHS Winter Concert: The Beaverhead County High School Band performs a concert to include holiday music, 7:30 p.m., B.W. Lodge Gymnasium. The program will feature the Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, and Flute Choir. The concert is presented free of charge and the public is invited. The Flute Choir will also be offering their caroling services for the holiday season. Hire the flute choir by calling the BCHS Music Room at 683-4411. Friday, 10 Christinas Play: l hc Missing I ist, TOO p.m.. Old Depot I hc.ttic, 85 Directed by Tricia 1 bulges. Friday night drawings : Sign up .ill week long at participating mer­ chants lor drawings to be held on ITid.iv nights at 8:00 p.m. Dell Christmas Parly: I lie I CL I lomvmukers host the annual Dell Christmas Party at tile Dell Hall. 6 p.m. Turkey dinner with everything provided except die salads and (lessens...those are to be politick. For inlormation. call 276-32 I l Saturday, 11 Cratt Fair: 200-1 Beaverhead Comm Cralt Fair, sponsored by the University ol Montana-Western Drama Club, at the \old\ Beaverhead County High School Gymnasium, 0:00 a.in.-3:00 p.m. Booths cost 525. To resene a booth, call Jason at 025-1654 or 683-6100. ( )r, stop in at Ian pile Oltiee Supplies tor registration inlorination. Ice Sculpting: Beaverhead Valiev Artist Cooperative sponsors ice sculpt­ ing lor all ages. At Stale Bank & Trust parking lot it good weather, at Womack Building it inclement weather. 1:00-1:00 p.m. Free. Christmas Play: I he Missing l ist, 7:00 p.m., Old Depot Theatre, $5. Directed In Tricia Hodges. Wednesday, 15 Chroal Concert: file Choral department at Beaverhead County High School will present a winter concert Wednesday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. All choral groups will participate in the concert that will include music ol the holiday season. Friday, 17 Holiday Open House: Beaverhead Bank, 2:00-6:00 p.m. Door prizes and refreshments oltered. Teen I ones to pertorm at 4:00 p.m. Friday night drawings: Sign up all week long at participating merchants for drawings to be held on Friday nights at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, 18 Christmas Story telling: Stall Irom the University ot Montana-Western Library read wonderful Christmas stories lor children, 1:00-2:00 p.m., Old Depot Theatre. Christmas Art Project: Cod) Mitchell from the Southwest Montana Family VM( !A oilers art projects tor kids, 2:30-3:30 p.m., at the Beaverhead Willey Artist Cooperative Studio (behind Blacktail Gallery in the Womack Building). Tuesday, 21 Winter Solstice Winter Concert: Dillon Middle School, \:00-8:30 p.m. Saturday, 25 Christmas Day' Friday, December 31 New Year's Eve Lima New Year’s Celebration! About our calendar... The Dillou Tribune is happy to publicize all events in local communities. To have your festivities included in this calendar, just let us know! Call or email us with the date, event name, time, cost, location and contact number at 683-2331 or neivs@dillontribune.com. Ag Expo highlights food, profits for farmers, ranchers Sustainability and increasing profits are key themes of The University of Montana-Western's Fourth Annual Ag Conference and Fxpo scheduled for January 6 and \ 200.5 in Dillon. The conference features five general sessions, six breakout sessions and a vendor expo that is open to the public. Over 30 speakers will cover topics ranging from drought to sustainability to increasing prof­ its to estate planning. Cnnfer- cnce meals feature Montana food products. For conference information visit www umwestern.edu\ or contact the UM-Western School of Outreach at 406-683-7537. Free food is just one of the many attractions at the Ag Kxpo. scheduled from 5-8 pm, January 6, 2005. Over 40 vendors will display their products and services at I'M-Western’s Kelt/. Arena. A light meal of sliced beef. rolls and salad will be served to all. Montana Highland produc­ ers Ann and Wally Conpdon and Kric Kalsta donated the natural beef. Admission tickets are free, but must be picked up from partici­ pating merchants before January 3, 2005. A few of the participat­ ing merchants include State Farm Insurance, Rocky Mountain Sup­ ply, Adventure Cycle abd Sled, Stock Drive Trailer Sales, and the Bookstore. We're featuring tremendous savings throughout the store this week! If you like to save, stop in and find a bargain today. Dillon's \Home Mart\ Since 1954 K v a r \ 31 S. Idaho • Dillon, MT 59725 • 683-4321 • 1-800-711-4534 Fiddlers help White Hats In a fundraiser for the White Hat Coalition, the Dillon Junior Fiddlers will be performing at Safeway from 5:00-6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 14. The fiddlers will be accepting donations while they play. Donations will help fund post­ age and such for care packages and letters sent by the White Hal Coalition to service men and women from the area. Christmas care packages have already been sent for the troops. The next campaign will be letters sent for the Faster holiday Museum meet set Friday file Bcavei head County Mil- sewn Board o' Trustees will have a special meeting Frnlat, Dec 10. at 5.30 pm m the Beavei head County (dmmtssiotiet - Room 1 he purpose ol the meeting is to prepare for .a toint meeting of the Beaverhead Comm Museum Board of Trustees, the Beaver­ head Countv Museum Association Board of Directors and the Bea : et head Count) t ommissioners That meeting will be at 530 pm lliursdo. Dee 16. at the conference loom ol the forest Service Building. 420 Barrett Sti eel I lie put pose of that meet­ ing will he to i csolve agreement dil ft. fences among the entities I T U cjoed abound,, come a azound. Spend (PfvtuTmab (2 clyi I in Dillon and spread the cheer a round. STATE BANK $ TRUST GO. 110 S. Idaho • www.statebank-diilon.com • 683-2393 • 800-683-2978 rambwFac f t \

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