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Wednesday, June 4, 2008


Valley News at a Glance


Trees to be removed

Western Heritage Days volunteers needed

Call for artisans

Heroes needed




Trees to be removed

The beautiful old cottonwood trees at Legion Park pose a hazard to people using the park. The City of Hamilton has had these trees evaluated by several tree experts over the past few years. The experts have identified two trees that are most hazardous and have recommended their removal. In the next few weeks these two cottonwood trees will be taken down.

According to a press release from the City of Hamilton, the City of Hamilton recognizes that trees are desirable and valuable to the community. The City has implemented policies to protect existing trees, encourage tree planting and promote tree health. New trees have been planted throughout the city and in this park.

Your questions or comments are welcome. Contact Terry Cole, Director of Parks and Cemetery at 363-1519 or call Mayor Jessica Randazzo at 363-2101, ext. 13.



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Western Heritage Days volunteers needed

The Stevensville Main Street Association and the Historic St. Mary’s Mission have scheduled Western Heritage Days on June 13 and 14 in Stevensville. The event is full of activities, food and great entertainment. Events include a parade, St. Mary’s Mission BBQ, Open Art Show, Salish Drumming and Dancing Cultural Presentation, Historic Home Tours, St. Mary’s Mission Tours, Living History Demonstrations, Cow Pie Bingo, Vintage Car Show, Dutch Oven Cook-Off, Black Powder Demonstrations, Information Table, Arts & Crafts, and Downtown Saturday Night – with music, dancing, food and beer garden. These activities require dozens of volunteers. If you’re interested in helping out, contact Joan Prather at the Stevensville Main Street office, 777-3773, for details on how you can help.



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Call for artisans

The Daly Mansion is seeking artisans to display, sell and/or demonstrate their crafts during their Daly Days Living History celebration on Saturday, July 26. Artisans who create goods that were common during the turn of the century are encouraged to participate. Local produce growers and antique dealers are also invited to participate. For those who wish to sell their goods, a minimal vendor fee will be charged. For more information or to receive a registration form, call Lenor at 375-9332 or April at 363-6004.



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Heroes needed

Your heroes are needed for the Darby Community Public Library's wall of fame. From now until June 14 the library will be collecting photos of past and present members of the military who are your heroes.  Bring a photo of your hero for (it will be scanned and the original returned to you) to the library with a two or three sentence description. Then attend on Saturday, July 5 from 10 a.m. to noon to celebrate the lives of these heroes.  For more information call the Darby Community Public Library, 821-4771 or email Terry Ruggles at staff@darbylibrary.net.



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