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Christmas coloring contest offered

     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.

          2. Each entry will receive a special gift.
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Terry volunteer firemen take part in controlled burn

 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. 

They reported to the town fire station at 5 am in order to practice fire fighting skills on a scheduled controlled burn of a home belonging to Larry and Rolane Christofferson located on Towne Avenue.
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Antique tools displayed

       Friends, family and neighbors gathered Sunday afternoon at the home of Dennis and Maggie Hjorth for a showing of Dennis Hjorth’s extensive collection of antique tools.

In a shop lined with peg boards of tools ranging from drills to monkey wrenches, many apparatuses were easily 100 years old or more, according to Hjorth.
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Computer recycling offered at school

 A free computer recycling program is being offered at Terry Schools through Apple Education.  

Anyone needing to get rid of an old unused computer can leave their computers on the hard top between the Grandey building and the high school July 9 - July 13.
  The computers will be palletized and shipped on July 14. 
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Public invited to share fireworks at ballpark

      Anyone interested in watching or sharing fireworks for display, are welcome to meet at the Terry baseball field Saturday, July 4 at dusk. 

Fire equipment will be available in case of emergency, according to volunteer fireman John Pisk.
A clean-up crew will meet on  July 5, to dispose of any garbage left from the fireworks. 

Published July 1, 2009

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Terry pool staff hired

        The Terry swimming pool is scheduled to open later this month, according to Terry Town Clerk, Caryn Rein. Pool personal were hired during a special Terry Town Council meeting held Tuesday, July 26.

Jessica Benz and Stephanie Keltner have been hired as pool managers.  Jerett Freiboth will be returning as a lifeguard. Natasha Fredrickson, Micah  Kirkpatrick, and Weston Leudtke have also been hired as lifeguards. 
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Class reunions planned

  The following Terry High School classes will be hosting reunions this summer in Prairie County.

The class of 1949 will meet for their 60th class reunion on Saturday, June 13 at the Lazy JD Bar and Cafe. Registration begins at 4:30 pm with a banquet set for 6 pm. On Sunday, June 14, 1949 classmates will gather at Murn Park at 1:30 pm for a picnic. In case of inclement weather, the class will meet at the American Legion. 
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Elaine Roos reflects on her 98 years

 By Kay Braddock

        Between family gatherings, church functions, community center activities and part-time volunteer work at the county museum, Elaine Roos has little loafing time, and she’d just as soon keep it that way. 

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Elaine Roos celebrated her 98th birthday earlier in May.

Tanning business nears one-year mark

  Approaching its first-year anniversary, Shawna Christofferson, owner of Soaking up the Sun Tanning, says she’s enjoying her new business venture. The doors to the tanning salon first opened last June.

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Soaking up the Sun Tanning owner, Shawna Christofferson, opened the doors to her business in June. The mostly evening, by-appointment-business has remained steady in the past year.

Bouquets of daffodils offer more than hope of springtime warmth

By Kay Braddock
 
Spring weather is just around the corner. 
For those in Eastern Montana enduring another series of winter-like blizzards, that seasonal truth could employ the helpful reminders offered by a number of objects including… daffodils. 
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