Kenny McGrady shares his musical talent during Wednesday's Alive After Five.
Terry’s Wednesday night last week was a little livelier with the addition of live music offered by band members Greg Klevguard, John Epperson, Kenny McGrady, Jason Smith and sons Austin and Levi. Although the band won’t be performing every Wednesday during “Alive After Five,” they are expected to make future appearances.
A benefit dinner and auction will be held for Willie and Cori Collins of Ismay on Saturday, January 21st at the Joe Montana Center in Ismay.
Terry’s final Terrific Tuesday holiday celebration included announcing the winners of several drawings. Winning $100 in Chamber Bucks were Joanne Young and Andy Pehl. Fourth grader Shyanne Grossardt was the winner of the Prairie County Motorcycle Association’s drawing for a 2011 Honda CRF50F motorcycle. Terry Super Valu was announced as the winner of the “Winter Wonderland” business display competition.
From Prairie Action League
Among the several topics discussed at the November meeting of the Prairie Action League was the chili feed fundraiser that will be hosted by PAL Tuesday evening, Dec. 20. The free will offering chili feed will raise funds for the purchase of flannel sheets for Prairie Community Hospital residents.
The family of Rudolph “Rudy” and Marie Hauck announce the upcoming 70th wedding anniversary of the couple.
From Terry Public Schools
Montana author Sneed B. Collard III will be visiting Terry Schools on Thursday, May 19.
From Eastern Montana Industries
Through the efforts of a number of local Terry residents and a partnership with Eastern Montana Industries (EMI), Prairie County residents will soon have more options for preventing some of their garbage from ending up in the landfill.
Joan Hubber watches as Greg Klevgard illustrates the Pac Man chomp while modeling “Ms. Pac-Man - taking a bite out of cancer” brasserie. More photos can be viewed on the Tribune Facebook page.
By Kay Braddock
The National Weather Service in Glasgow, in conjunction with Prairie County Department of Emergency Service will be hosting a free Skywarn weather spotter training course on May 12 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.