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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Kalispell, Montana A Page a2 the daily inter Luce Community Friday november 30, 2007 Roundup today a a 14th annual Trego Christmas Bazaar 10 . To 8 . Today and saturday 11 . To 4 . Sunday. A a red Cross blood drive. 11 . To 2 ., at the Center. 126 n. Mendon Road. Kalispell. / the Glacier country pachyderm meets noon to 1 . At the bulldog. Guest speaker is Michael Strotheide. President and ceo of Montana West economic development. Lunch available. Public invited. / pilates plus fitness studio open House 3-7 ., main Street. Polson. Harpist performs Holiday music refreshments giveaways. / Hockaday museum Art walk and Christmas stroll 5 to 9 ., Kalispell. / Columbia Falls night of lights Christmas Parade 6 30 . Live nativity scene our redeemer lutheran Church. Craft fair Christmas Village at Marantette Park. / Boomers singles group dinner Village greens Community Center West. Nicklaus Avenue Kalispell. Social hour 6 . Dinner 7 . Meeting 8 . Reservations required. A sep to Melody 892-3532. All 40-plus singles Welcome. / Columbia Falls night of lights Christmas Celebration and Parade 6 30 . Santa visits at moving image. Bring own camera. Christmas Village Marantette Park Craft fair North Valley Community room masonic Hall North Valley senior Center. / Christmas in the air variety show 7 ., Christ lutheran Church 5150 River lakes Parkway Whitefish accessed off either Montana 40 or . 93. Call 862-2615 or 212-9973. /19th annual tree of life ceremony 7 . Libby memorial Center. Light a Light in memory of loved ones. Call 406-293-4167. Saturday / West Shore Holiday fest 9 . To 4 ., Lakeside school gym. Art handcrafted gifts food music kids Only Market silent auctions noon to 3 . Live auction at 1 . Free photos with Santa 9-11 . Free admission. Call 844-3880. / Joy of Christmas Bazaar 9 . To 2 ., United methodist Church 117 second . W., Columbia Falls. Cinnamon Rolls lunch crafts Christmas cookie trays pasties lease available. Call 892-5174 or 892-5403. / elks Craft show 9 . To 4 . Today 11 . To 4 . Sunday elks Lodge 1820 . 93 s., Kalispell. Nearly 40 vendors feature Art crafts sculpture fleece Wear knives and More. Chili and Cornbread lunch available. Proceeds from table rental Benefit elks veterans programs. / . Peters lutheran online Calendar in addition to the Daybook the inter Lake also publishes a separate online events Calendar which allows groups clubs and activities to Post their own event schedule. Go to wow. Daily Interlake. Com and Click on a events Calendar. A Church 201 Wisconsin ave., Whitefish Holiday Bazaar 9 . To 1 . Baked goods crafts and Christmas items. Proceeds Benefit children scamp scholarships and world Relief. / 14th annual Trego Christmas Bazaar 10 . To 8 . Today 11 . To 4 . Sunday. / Holiday Craft Bazaar 10 . To 4 . Kila school gym. Handcrafted items Avon creative memories scrap booking and tie Dye for Sale. Proceeds from pampered chef sales Christmas tree and bake sales go to seventh eighth Grade Spring trips. / personal training plus open House 11 . To 4 ., 284 n. Meridian Road Kalispell. Refreshments. Drawing for a free 21-Day perfect storm fitness program. Public invited. Call John Austin 261-6258. / pet Rescue workshop 1 -3 . Of acc learning resource Center room 123. Diana Polc Zynski veterinarian technician with Alpine animal Hospital will discuss How to safely release and treat injuries of pets who have strayed into a trap. Free. Public Welcome. / a meeting regarding Columbia Falls High schools class of 1968�?T40th class reunion will be held at 1 ., Sunrise bakery Columbia Falls. / Spaghetti dinner Benefit and auction for Columbia Falls native and Plum Creek employee Tim Friske who is being treated for cancer in Salt Lake City 4 . Eagles 1640 . 2 w., Columbia Falls. Live and silent auctions include firewood lumber tires equipment rental furniture gift certificates and baskets. All Welcome. / driven quartet of Charlotte n.c., presents a concert of Southern gospel music 7 . Whitefish Baptist Church 6232 . 93 s., Whitefish sponsored by Montana gospel music. Blest will open concert. Admission free. Offering will be taken. Thought a a a classic a Book which people Praise and done to a Mark Twain 1835-1910. Send items for this column to the daily inter Lake Box 7610, Kalispell it 59904. Fax 758-4481. Teens Rance features an on Board safety beacons that its parents Monitor the location and Speed of their teen Driver it also offers 24/7 Roadside assistance i964 seat belts 1992 air bags zoo j teens Rance introducing teens Rance powered by Safe co an innovative package of technology and services that encourages teens to drive More safely while giving parents peace of mind. What More it puts parents and teens on the Road to better More open communication. Call us today and worry less tomorrow. Mike Grachek Agency inc 4091st ave East Kalispell it 59901-4918 406-755-4000 02007 open Seaton solutions inc All right reserved Safe do and its logo Are registered trademarks of Safe co corporation teens Rance and safety Beacon and trademarks of open seas solutions be open seas solutions inc is a non insurance subsidiary of Safe co corporation slide shows help out big Brothers photographer Tom Ulrich will hold his annual wildlife slide show on dec. 4 at grouse Mountain Lodge in Whitefish and dec. 7 at Flathead High school. Show time is at 7 . And admission is $5 for both programs. All proceeds go to big Brothers big Sisters of Flathead county. Ulrich is a former big brother. Big Brothers big Sisters program members Are admitted free. Skateboard Bear is one of the prizes in a Glacier Pilot club raffle. Take a Chance on a unique Bear a fundraiser and event to raise awareness of the Glacier Pilot club is being held during today a Art walk in downtown Kalispell. The Pilot club has been collecting fur coat donations and recycling them into 15-Inch bears which will be raffled off at Interior outfitting. They Are All one of a kind collectibles. Each has a birth certificate bearing the mothers name fur coat donor and has its own unique name. The bears Are dressed in various themes and create their personalities. Art walkers w ill have an Opportunity to Purchase raffle tickets on a variety of these genuine fur bears. A raffle Winner gets the Bear of his or her Choice. A Bear is raffled for every 300 tickets sold and All tickets stay in the bucket for the next drawing. Glacier Pilot club is a nonprofit organization working to provide bicycle helmets to children who could not otherwise afford them. The club sponsors a program called brain mind ers in the school to teach younger children about the importance of protecting their Heads from injury while Riding bikes toys and playing in situations where they could be injured. Family fun Day j j benefits club Glacier country boys and girls club is having a a great Christmas kick off fundraiser from la . To 3 . Dec. 9 at the Hilton Garden inn in Kalispell. Enjoy a Day of family fun including a delicious lunch crafts and activities local entertainment and a special visit from the North pole with photo available. Tickets Are $25 per adult or $10 per child available at the boys and girls club roller rink books West or by caning Alan Sempf at 752 1045. The boys and girls club of Glacier country offers local programs and services that promote and enhance children a development by instilling a sense of competence usefulness and belonging and providing a Safe and fun place for children to learn and grow. Three facilities serve the Flathead Valley a in Evergreen. Columbia Falls and Somers Lakeside. They Are open five Days a week after school saturdays and specific summer dates. The majority of children Are Ages 6 to 12, and on the average about 500 children per week Are served. Bazaar planned at Kila gym a Holiday Craft Bazaar will be held from to . To 4 . Saturday in the Kila school gym. Handmade soap Yam jewelry crocheted items table linens and pot holders will be for Sale along with Avon and creative memories scrap booking materials at Home America Home decor products Coon hollow c Tanvas bags and inspiring color tie Dye. Kimberley Irlbeck of pampered chef will be on hand with All proceeds from her sales going toward the seventh and eighth Grade Spring trips. Christmas Trees will be for Sale by donation and a bake Sale with All Money also going to the school trips. Pay your fines help food Bank Kalispell municipal court is giving defendants with existing fines or citations the Opportunity to reduce the amount owed up to $100 by participating in a food drive for the Flathead food Bank and salvation army a Christmas boxes. Donations May be brought in the court on dec. 7 and to. Suggested items Are canned cranberries canned pumpkin evaporated milk canned yams boxed stuffing olives Cream of mushroom soup and other nonperishable foods. Five cans of food will reduce your Fine by $25 six cans by $30 seven cans by $35 and on. Twenty cans of food will qualify for the maximum reduction of $100. People must be current on their contracts to be eligible and fines we ill not include restitution jury costs Public defender or mandatory counselling costs. Center auctions miniature Trees the Bigfork Art amp cultural Center is celebrating the season with an auction of unique miniature Christmas Trees decorated by area artists and crafts people. A a Little bit of Christmas features Trees by Shauna Gibson witty knitters Mary Whitney. Tomas Lewis. Donna Shanahan and others for a total of la Trees. The themes for the Trees Range from cherries to Kitchen items. You Are invited to bid on the tree you like and if you Are the High bid on dec. 8 the tree is yours. The Trees Are on display in the main gallery of the Art Center. Proceeds from the silent auction go to support exhibitions at the Center. For More information Contact Mamie at 837-6927. Building office changes location the Kalispell building department and Community development have moved to the Gateway West mall suites 29 and 29, 1203 . 2 The department will be open for business beginning at noon today. Use the Northwest parking lot. The phone number remains the same 758-7730. The move is temporary until the City departments move into the new City Hall downtown. Military in the news Quot a not a tvs v v v t11 Syth a . Marine corps infantryman Anthony a. Syth graduated from . Marine corps Boot Camp on oct. 26 at Camp Pendleton Calif. He is the son of Mike and Becky Henson of Columbia Falls and is a 2007 graduate of Libby High school. A airman Nathaniel j. Kirchoff graduated from the 737th Basic training group in the 326th training Squadron bulldogs at Lackland air Force base Texas. His flight 569 became the Honor flight that earned the privilege of carrying the . And territorial flags during the graduation Parade. Kirchoff is currently attending ammunition specialist training at Sheppard air Force base Texas and will graduate at the end of november. After a Brief visit Home he will be deployed to Misawa Japan air Force base for a three year tour of duty. He is the son of Paul and Laurette Kirchoff of Kalispell and is a 2004 graduate of Flathead High school. A Navy Seaman recruit Jennifer l. Hyatt daughter of James e. Hyatt of hungry horse and Brandy Hyatt of Anaheim Calif., recently completed . Navy Basic training at recruit training command great lakes 111. She is a 2004 graduate of Fountain Valley High school in Fountain Valley Calif. A master sgt. Dwight Beck of Columbia Falls has received 24 awards and commendations during his 14-year career with the . Air Force. Beck with the 368th recruiting Squadron is stationed out of Hill air Force base in Ogden Utah. He has been the meps Liaison supervisor at the air Force induction Center in Butte for three years. He has been awarded the global War on terrorism service medal air Force recruiters ribbon and air Force training ribbon. He also has received five achievement medals five Good conduct medals three longevity service two commendation medals two armed forces expeditionary medals and two no pm graduation ribbons. Beck and his wife Michelle have one child 7-month old Hannah. He is a 1993 graduate of Columbia Falls High school and the son of Myron and Julianne Beck of Columbia Falls. _ _ a pc Inema 4 Mountain mall Whitefish movie line 862-3130 plays nov. 30 dec. 2, 2007 Zzz my n american gangster Fri Sun 1 20-4 30 7 45 i r i enchanted Fri Sun. 1 30 4 00 7 00 9 30 fee or. Mag orium a Fri Sun. 1 45-4 15-7 15-9 15 it the Mist Fri Sun 1 30 4 00 7 00 9 30 r signature theatres in tadium14 1 85 Hutton ranch Road i 752-7800 Tommy Lee Jones Josh Brolly no country for old men it it Fri Sun 1 20 4.-00 7 00 30 awake 8. A enchanted this Christmas pm fit Sun 1 20 3 55 the Mist in Frt Sun 12 35 3 45 Aso 35 pm Fri Sun 12 00 1 00 2 45 4 30 6 25 7 15 8 55 9 40 or. 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