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11-01 to 12-4-2017
Sponsor: American Legion Auxiliary
Pick up applications for children's gift requests at Bob's Supermarket, Townsend Drug, Helping Hands, Food Pantry, Head Start, Opportunity Bank, State Bank of Townsend & City Hall. To purchase a gift pick up children's gift request cards from the Christmas tree at the State Bank of Townsend. Purchase, wrap & return the gift to the bank by December 4. Distribution of the gifts will be on December 16 from noon to 2pm at the Townsend Fire Hall at 130 S Cedar St. Cash donations can be sent to American Legion Auxiliary, PO Box 804, Townsend, MT 59644. If you wish to volunteer to help or need more information please contact Mary Alice at 266-3928.
American Legion Surf N Turf
Legion Club 4pm to 7:30pm
$45 Surf N Turf - $30 Surf - $25 Turf
Tickets are available at the American Legion Club or Sharon Doig 266-9939
MUST BE PRE-PAID BY NOVEMBER 1st.
Choice of entree, baked potato, choice of salad, dessert, tea, coffee, no host bar.
Entree choices: Surf n Turf $45, Surf $30, Turf $25
Lobster is from Maine 1 1/4 pound, New York strip steak from Bob's is 10-12 oz.
Ducks Unlimited Banquet
Watson's Event Center - 5 miles south of Townsend on Hwy 287
5pm to 10pm
Contact Jesse 266-4602 or email: email@example.com
Small Business Saturday
Head to Main Street & spend your money in local, independent stores and cafés. Shopping at small businesses keeps money in your community to help finance & support schools, police, fire departments, search & rescue, EMT's, streets, sidewalks, parks & the list goes on. When you shop small, the bulk of the money you spend and most of your taxes stay local. For every $100 you spend in a local small business, $68 stays in your community. At a local branch of a chain store, $43 remains. Online, virtually no money stays local. Buy buying local you'll raise your property values. Lively, vibrant neighborhood shopping streets are considered an advantage when selling a home. They make your property more valuable. You'll strengthen your community. Local businesses are owned by people who live in your town, go to your church, donate to local youth programs, support local fundraisers & community projects etc. When you spend money in their stores and cafes, you support your neighbors.