|Apr 29||The American Legion post 42 will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner Building Fundraiser from 5pm - 7pm at the Legion Bar|
|May 01||BHC is offering a FREE Diabetes Training From 10:00am to 11:30am. Call 406-266-4670 to register.|
|May 08||BHC is offering a FREE Diabetes Training From 10:00am to 11:30am. Call 406-266-4670 to register.|
|May 11||Missouri River Artisans is sponsoring a Sip'N'Paint Acrylic painting class taught by local artist Pam Sample. The event will be held at the Legion Club. Registration/Social Hour at 6:00. Class at 7:00. Call Pam Sample at 406-422-7028 to reserve a spot.|
|May 13||Townsend Area Community Clean-up.|
|May 15||BHC is offering a FREE Diabetes Training From 10:00am to 11:30am. Call 406-266-4670 to register.|
|May 21||Broadwater County Museum Open House|
|May 22||BHC is offering a FREE Diabetes Training. Call 406-266-4670 to register.|
|June 01||Broadwater Health Center Open House|
|June 01||The MSU Extension Office is offering a Babysitting Training Course on June 1 - 2 at 9:00am - 5:00pm In the Ambulance Meeting Room 417 Broadway. Contact Alison Kosto at 266-9242 for further information.|
|June 09||On June 9 Judy WIlliams will be performing at the Canton Church at 5:00 pm. As always, The Canton Church events are free|
|June 17||1st Annual Broadwater County-Wide Yard Sale.|
|June 23||On June 23 Ed and John Kemmick wil be performing "Jimmie Rodgers: The Life and Times of the Father of Country Music" at 5:00pm. As always the Canton Church events are free of charge.|
|Aug 11||On August 11 the Continental Tuba Society will be peforming at the Canton Church at 5:00pm. As always the Canton Church events are free of charge.|
|Aug 25||On August 25 local favorites The Eliel Family Band will be performatin at the Canton Church at 5:00pm. As always the Canton Church events are free of charge.|
The Rotary Youth Leadership Acadamy is a Rotary sponsored event for high school students. The RYLA attendees attend a week long camp where they learn about leadership qualities and skills as well as team building with diverse people. During the week at RYLA
Jeff Langlinais and his wife, a native Montanans, moved back to Montana from Houston where Jeff worked as an engineer for an Oil company. Luckily for our community, the Langlinais chose to buy a home in Townsend. Jeff believes in contributing to the community and early this year decided to join the Townsend Rotary Club.
The Rotary Club of Townsend started it 77th year of service with a pot luck at Heritage Park on June 28th. Ross Johnson, replaced Jennifer Dalrymple as 2016-2017 Club President. Jen was thanked for her service to the Club in the past year. Jennifer has served as President in two different years because of her military commitments.
Gerald Rodacker was inducted into the Rotary Club of Townsend Wall of Fame on June 28. The Wall of Fame Award is the highest honor a local Rotarian can achieve. Not many members qualify for this award. Of the hundreds of people that have been members of the club since 1939, Rodacker is only the seventh member to receive this award. To qualify for the award a Rotarian must have been:
On Tuesday June 28, the Townsend Rotary "Fun" Club had a pot luck meeting at Heritage Park and installed a new club President, inducted new members and gave awards to Rotary members.
Broadwater County and the City of Townsend are working together to form a City/County Liaison Committee to work together on the three interlocal agreements we have: Law Enforcement, Prosecution and Judge.
If you are interested in serving as the County at-large appointee to this Liaison Committee, please submit your name, full contact information and a brief summary of your interest to the Broadwater County Community Development and Planning office by 5pm Friday, July 8, 2016. A decision will be made Monday, July 11, 2016.
New Rotary Branding Works!
By Patrick Plantenberg
District 5390 Public Image Chair
In Montana, branding has been historically important.
On June 16, the Townsend Slice of Summer kicked off its summer events with the June Slice of Summer. Despite being a cool, windy day more than 150 people attended the event at Heritage Park.