Prairie County Chamber of Commerce is holding a “photography drive” in order to promote the new Visit Terry, Montana Web site and Prairie County’s tourist publications.
The Prairie County Chamber of Commerce held its first monthly meeting of the new year last week. About 11 businesses and organizations were represented at the meeting.
The Prairie County Extension Service will host its annual MSU Extension Winter Series on Thursday, Jan. 28. The Winter Series offers an expanded agenda that includes a variety of agricultural presentations and other special interest topics to satisfy the interests of both men and women. A supper sponsored by the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce will also be offered as a part of the program.
By Kay Braddock
Mayor Marvin Varner presided over his final town council meeting last month, ending a 26-year career as Terry’s mayor.
When eight-year-old Riley Hauf of Sheridan, Wyo. was diagnosed with T-cell ALL leukemia two years ago, family and friends were looking for practical ways to help out the family. One project, spearheaded by cousin Linda Zeller of Canada, allowed many to become involved helping the family with their ever-increasing medical bills.
By Kay Braddock
Participating businesses are gearing up for next week’s popular Holiday Feast. A traditional progressive meal, the Terrific Tuesday event, scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. on Tues. Dec. 15, offers samplings of a variety of dishes and drinks from Terry and Fallon businesses. Sixteen businesses have already signed up to take part in this year’s annual holiday affair. Two foundations within the community will also be offering dish samplings at the American Legion.
Hey kids! Find a copy of the Dec. 9 issue of the Terry Tribune and follow these simple instructions:
1. Open to children ages 4 - 11. Color in the picture at left, using crayons, colored pencils or markers. Don’t forget to write your name, age and phone number in the blanks provided.
By Bob Van der Valk
Sunday mornings are usually reserved for going to church in Terry. But during a recent Sunday, an exception was made for 10 hearty Terry Fire Department volunteers under the supervision of fire chief Dwight Tague.