Lindsay Stickel, daughter of Elton and Lynn Stickel, has been moved to the position of state FCCLA president. She was elected as 1st vice president at the March 2012 state conference in Billings this past spring.
A public hearing allowing residents to comment on the proposed 59-page zoning regulations for the Town of Terry will be held Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. at Terry Town Hall. It will be the first in a series of public meetings that will be held addressing the proposed zoning regulations and growth use policy, according to Town Clerk Lynn Strasheim.
Pat and Jane Schilling added Christmas cards to the Christmas
giving tree last week. Cards are numbered on the front and include
a brief description of items needed on the back. The small artificial
tree sits on a table in the foyer of the Terry Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Eight Terry High School choir students participated in the Messiah Festival over the weekend. Accompanying the students were Barb Rittal and music instructor JoDee Hess. The singers rehearsed on Saturday, Dec. 1 with a large mass choir that sings 7 of the choruses from Handel’s Messiah. The choir sings with a small orchestra, which would have resembled the size of orchestra that George Fredrick Handel would have had available when he wrote the oratorio.
By Jamie Ausk Crisafulli
When twin sisters Bekki Franks and Brandi Ollerman decided to take on the grueling Hood to Coast Relay it was for one reason only, to honor their mother, Connie Balcer, who lost her battle with cancer in 2010. The Dawson County High School alumnae are part of Soul to Sole, a team of individuals dedicating their efforts in the 2013 Hood to Coast Relay to two family members they lost to cancer recently.
It was another good year for volunteers and guests of the Community Thanksgiving meal as 120 people feasted on a traditional Thanksgiving dinner made up of turkey, ham and all of the trimmings. Those enjoying the meal served at the Bolin multi-purpose room included 92 guests, 16 deliveries and 12 staff members of volunteers.
By Norm Clarke
Special to the Tribune
A Terry connection surfaces in Steven Spielberg’s new film, “Lincoln," starring Daniel Day-Lewis.
Terry’s popular holiday Terrific Tuesdays will begin with a chili feed and cookie tasting Tuesday, Nov. 27. A freewill offering of bowls of chili will be served in front of Stockman Bank at 5:15 p.m. by Terry High School Closeup students, while participating businesses will be handing out their favorite Christmas cookies to in-store visitors.
A fire consumed large portions of a Bert Street trailer house in Terry Saturday evening.
Thursday evening, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. all persons who love to sing or make a joyful noise are welcome to join with one another at the Community Presbyterian Church in Terry to begin a joyous singing journey for presentation in mid-December for public affirmation of why we celebrate Christmas.