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Sep
14
Thursday
Sep
14
Thu
Hometown HelenaBusiness :: Meeting also Community :: Community Event
Hometown Helena
7:00 AM
Montana Club
Description:
Nick Radley, Principle of 4G’s, and Domingo Zapata, Helena Police Department, will provide an update on the Angel Fund.
United Way will have a short update on their operations and current campaign.
With Thanksgiving getting closer we will be passing an envelope to collect $$ for Food Share to help them get a start on providing turkeys to their clients.
11/23- No Meeting – Thanksgiving
11/30- Tom White, SBA Lender Relations, will discuss loan activity for this area, types of borrowers, projects, active lenders, etc.
12/07- Rick Hulbert, Executive Director, Helena Community Connections, Inc.
This meeting will kick off with the Premiere Dance Company preforming a few dances from the Nutcracker. They Premiere Dance Company will perform the Nutcracker on December 16 and 17 – this is their 26th annual production of the Nutcracker.
12/14- Larry Mansch, Innocence Project
Angela McLean will also provide a 10 minute update on the upcoming 10th Anniversary Big Hearts banquet and auction. (Big Hearts under the Big Sky).
12/21- Greg Upham and Jilyn Chandler will discuss school district test scores and how the Helena District is doing. They will cover how the results are changing some emphasis on what is being taught plus an update on school construction and safety improvements.
12/28- Jim and I have not decided if we will hold a meeting this week.
01/04- Wade Johnson, CEO St. Peter’s Hospital
01/25- Strategies 360 will discuss the upcoming 6 mill higher education levy that will be voted on in November of 2018.
I wanted to again thank two of our regular HTH members for their public service over the past several years – Mayor Jim Smith and Commissioner Dan Ellison. Both were excellent elected officials.
The latest update I hear on the remodeling at the Montana Avenue Dairy Queen indicates it will continue to be a Dairy Queen under new ownership and management. Dairy Queen has always been one of the leading local drive-ins, so it is good news to again have one on each side of town.
The new burger restaurant, Highway 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries, also sounds very interesting with a number of special BIG burgers. This restaurant will be just south of Dairy Queen on North Montana – they have an extensive remodeling project underway.
It is also great to hear that WinCo Grocery has overcome the issues they were fussing about in Bozeman and will be moving forward with a new store there as well as in Helena. People I have talked to in areas that already have a WinCo love these stores. Their prices are very hard to beat – they only accept cash or debit cards and are owned by their employees. They have been planning an 85,000 square foot store so expect a big facility.
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Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Montana Club
Address: 3515 Juniper Drive Helena, MT 59602
Phone: 4065589141

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