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Brittany Archambeault Is Artist of the Month at Wheatgrass


Wheatgrass Arts and Gallerys
December Artist of the Month is
Brittany Archambault. There will be
a reception in her honor this Friday,
December 5th from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

On display at Wheatgrass for the
month of December is a collection of
Brittanys typography artworks.
Its basically a Sharpie on
canvas, she explained, with a splash
of Gouache (opaque water color)
here and there. Ive always enjoyed

typography as no two pieces are ever


alike, she says. I love that.
If Brittany finds a quote that
just seems fitting, her Sharpie goes
to work, be it two words or a lengthy
sentence. One of her works happens
to be a quote from her pastor that hit
home with her: Seek the Kingdom of
God above all else and live righteously
and he will give you all that you need.
Another favorite is a quote her
mother found: Every love story is

beautiful but ours is my favorite.


Brittanys Sharpie can also go
to the canvas for anyone who has a
quote or saying.
Everyone is welcome to stop by
Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery, located
at 531 2nd Avenue South, this Friday
evening for some wine, cheese and
a little Christmas cheer to check out
Brittanys brilliant typography and
browse through the other artists
displays.

Collection - Friday, December 5th, 2014


Shopping - Saturday, December 6th, 2014

Be watching for employees from Pacific Steel and Recycling, Glasgow High School Student
Council Members, and Soroptimists as they collect for this project on downtown intersections

NOV 26 - DEC 4

Volunteers are needed for Saturdays shopping.

SHOWINGS

If you can spare a couple hours to help on Saturday, Dec. 6th, please report
to the Odd Fellows Hall at 8:45 a.m. Participating families should report to the
Odd Fellows Hall at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6th, 2014.

228-9239

Please, Know Before You Go


and Dont Crowd the Plow

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4:10 - 7:00 - 9:15PM

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The Montana Department of Transportation is making
it easier to prepare for holiday travel and winter roads with
a free mobile application that provides road conditions,
weather, incidents, highway closures and roadway camera
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Sequences of Violence, Intense Sequences of
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FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free popcorn with every paid admission at 7pm & 9pm showings Road conditions are reported based on first hand
observations by MDTs experienced plow drivers and are
updated as conditions change. Weather and road conditions
change rapidly so motorists should use caution and be
prepared.

Travelers are also reminded, Dont Crowd the Plow.
These vehicles are large and use a lot of room to operate.
Snowplows typically travel slower than posted speeds while
removing snow and ice from the roads and drivers field of
vision may be restricted. Many snowplows are rear-ended
each winter so remember to slow down, stay back and be
prepared for winter maintenance materials spread from the
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back of the truck.

To ensure a safe and happy holiday season motorists are
also reminded of the following: Turn off cruise control in the
winter. Expect ice or frost on bridge decks and shaded areas.
Join us in our Lobby for
Always have a sober driver, and always buckle up.
Cookies, Coffee, & Cider

Plan ahead and stay aware of current conditions when
traveling. Remember to check MDT Mobile, call 511 or visit
mdt511.com/ to check road and weather conditions.

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Home Decor & Fine Gifts
317 Klein Ave 228-4646

Heat wave
Saturday?
Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 7. Wind chill
values as low as -3. East wind 5 to 9 mph becoming calm
after midnight.

COUNCIL ON AGING: Our next Flea Market will be December 6th from
9am -2pm. Lots of Christmas decorations and decorative items. Come
and do your Christmas shopping. FOR TABLE RENTAL PLEASE CALL
228-9500 ASK FOR VICKY
BUZZ
SCANDINAVIAN AND HOLIDAY BAKE SALE at First Lutheran Church.
Saturday, Dec. 6, 9am - 12 noon. Cookies, candies, breads, and kitchen
craft items. COFFEE SHOP WITH FOOD SAMPLES.
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HELP WANTED: Looking for full and part-time daytime & evening front
counter workers. Hours & days worked may vary, but not necessarily.
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GROUP READING SPECIALS: Want a unique experience? Book now for
your Christmas, New Years or Birthday Party readings. Find out whats
in store for 2015! $100/hr for groups up to 10. For parties more than 10
or for more Information PLEASE CALL 942-2895

Sr. Citizen Menu

Thursday: Partly sunny, with a high near 23. Calm wind.


Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 6. Calm
wind.
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 24. Light and
variable wind.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 15.
Southeast wind 7 to 10 mph.
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 37. South
southwest wind around 8 mph.
Saturday Night: A slight chance of rain and snow. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 22.
Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 31.
Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 13.

THURSDAY

Caring for Our Community Since 1911

GLASGOW CLINIC

has their flu serum so stop in


for your annual flu injection.

Chicken

Call for reservation by 10 AM


228-9500

We would appreciate
a call ahead
but it is not mandatory.

We will bill your


insurance or medicare.
228-3400 for info or appt.

Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 31.


Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 19.
Tuesday: A slight chance of rain and snow. Partly sunny,
with a high near 35.

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Saturday
December 6
10am-4pm
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Ill be Home For

Christmas

Evangelical
Family Choir

December 6th @ 6 pm
December 7th @ 2 pm

Evangelical Church
Refreshments following

Applications are available now for


Youth Serve Montana Scholarships
The Governors Office of Community Service,
Montana Campus Compact, and Student Assistance
Foundation announced today that the 2015 Youth Serve
Montana Scholarships are now available for up to 100
Montana high school seniors. It is the tenth year for
this exciting scholarship opportunity aimed at students
dedicated to volunteering.
The Youth Serve Montana Scholarships reward
students who have volunteered over 100 hours in the last
year and who want to further their education in state.
This year, 100 high school seniors will receive $1,000
toward continued education at one of Montana Campus
Compacts public, tribal, private, or community colleges
and universities.
Community Service is an important factor for
college admission officers when determining the
students who will attend their institution, said Lt.
Governor Angela McLean. Students who are dedicated
to improving their communities at home are likely to
continue that commitment as they pursue a continued
education elsewhere in Montana. I am always impressed

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December 5th 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Lots of Prizes, Food and Refreshments

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to see the time and resources that many high school


seniors devote to brightening the lives of those around
them while also preparing for their future, and this
scholarship provides an opportunity to do just that.
These scholarships are an important way we
recognize students for their commitment to bettering
their communities, said Jane Karas, Ph.D ., chair of
Montana Campus Compact and president of Flathead
Valley Community College. By rewarding these
students, we are positively reinforcing their choices and
providing a lasting impact that will encourage them to
be lifelong volunteers.
Students throughout Montana deserve a reward
for the thousands of hours they contribute annually to
making Montana a better place, said Kelly Cresswell,
Student Assistance Foundation vice president of
Foundation Activities. Student Assistance Foundation
is honored to play a role in recognizing these students
through the Youth Serve Montana Scholarships.
The Youth Serve Montana Scholarship application
form, guidelines, and FAQs can be found online at serve.
mt.gov. Completed applications, proof of volunteer hours,
confirmation of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA), and enrollment in a Montana post-secondary
institution must be submitted to the Governors Office of
Community Service by April 15, 2015.
The Youth Serve Montana Scholarship application
form can now be accessed, filled out, and submitted
through an online form powered by Student Assistance
Foundation. The link to the online form is located on
serve.mt.gov/youth-servemontana.
The Governors Office of Community Service,
Montana Campus Compact, and Student Assistance
Foundation would like to encourage students seeking
volunteer work to take advantage of the increase in
volunteer opportunities during the holiday season.
Students should contact local shelters, food banks, or
volunteer organizations to see how they can best serve
their community. Youth Serve Montana Scholarships
have been made possible through support from the
Governors Office of Community Service, Montana
Campus Compact, and Student Assistance Foundation.
Student Assistance Foundation is a nonprofit
Montana corporation that provides students with
knowledge and tools to pursue and fund their
postsecondary education. Funds generated by SAF
are returned to Montanans in the form of education
grants, scholarships and public benefit programs - to
date totaling more than $29.6 million. Visit http://www.
safmt.org or http://www.SmartAboutCollege.org.

Spa
Peace of Harmony Salon &
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 6pm to 9pm
Door Prizes Treats Gift Packages

Specializing in Hair, Color, Nails, Nail Art, Waxing

Stocking Stuffers, Belts, Hats, Purses, Someting for Everyone

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5TH 9:00AM - 4:30PM

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Pharmacy 228-3693
Gift 228-3692

Friday,
December 5
9:30am-3:30pm

PICK UP YOUR 2015 CALENDARS


Register to win $100 in Chamber Bucks
3 winners

Refreshments- Coffee, punch and homemade cookies

Glasgow

The Cottonwood Inn


Glasgow, MT

Fri., December 5th

Opening Gala
Artists Include:
6:30
- 9:00pm
Jamie Hanson
Sat., December 6th
Danae Kauffman
10:00am - 5:00pm
LeAnn & Larry Ochsner
Kris Shaw
Penny Strommen
Connie Tveten
For more information call Denae at 406-230-0705

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SPECIALS:
WEDNESDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE


Lunch: STEAK PHILLY
Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK

THURSDAY

Soup: HAM & BEAN


Lunch: CHICKEN BURGER
Dinner: 8 OZ. CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK

FRIDAY

Soup: CLAM CHOWDER


Lunch: FISH BURGER
Dinner: WALLEYE

SATURDAY

Soup: COOKS CHOICE


Lunch: PATTY MELT
Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

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Thursday, December 4th

Fresh 80% Lean 20% Fat

GROUND BEEF......................$3.69/lb.

4:00-7:00 P.M.

Pork Shoulder Blade

Chili & Cornbread + Drinks

Gift Certificate Drawings: $50, $100, $200

But, Thats Not All

We are also the

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on Dec. 4th

Register to Win one of two


$25 Gift Certificates

SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS:


Saturdays Through Christmas
9:00-2:00
Thurs., Dec. 4th, 8:30-7:00
Wed., Dec. 24th, 8:30-3:00
Closed December 25th, 26th, 27th.

Call 228-9844

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4-5 oz. Fresh

LOBSTER TAILS......................$7.99 ea.


Extra Large 14-17 ct. Red

KING CRAB LEGS.................$14.99/lb.


Nautilus 16 oz. Bag 51-60 ct.

LARGE COOKED SHRIMP........ $9.99 ea.


Matlaws 15 oz. Select Varieties

STUFFED CLAMS.................... $2.99 ea.

Oscar Mayer 8-10. 6 oz. Select Varieties

LUNCHABLES.........................$1.99 ea.
Boneless Beef Family Pack

TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS..............$4.99/lb.


Boneless Pork

COUNTRY STYLE RIBS............ $1.99/lb.


Gold n Plump 3.5 lb

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Crack, tip, chug, burp & run, its the Beer Mile!

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the inaugural Fenton had a vision of organizing a beer
mile event to feature the underground
Beer Mile World Championships!
Yes, the Flotrack Beer Mile World Championships communitys finest athletes. In April
of 2014, the Beer Mile was brought to
are being held this evening, Dec. 3rd, in Austin, Texas.
the forefront when the coveted five
What is a beer mile?
In short, it is a recognized race with very specific minute mark was bested by James
rules that involves competitors drinking a complete Nielsen4:57 to be precise.
can of beer, then running a 400-meter lap on a track, four Nielsen happens to be a two-time NCAA National
times in a row. Four beers, four laps, as fast as you can do it. Champion in the 5-K. Hes dedicated the past year to
Cookie tossing has gotten the better of many a beer-miler. training and can now run a mile on an empty stomach

The sudsy race was invented back in 1989 by seven in 4:10. With a belly full of beer, he figures he can make
Canadian runners in their late teens and early 20s, it in maybe 4:25. So thats saying he can chug four beers
looking for a laugh on a muggy August night. Swill four in around 15 seconds.
Mark and Ryan realized that the fastest beer milers
beers and sprint four laps beer, lap, beer, lap, and so
on. Adding beer to the mile seemed a fine combination needed to square off in a race under the same lights. An
of the groups primary pastimes that summer. They had ultimate Beer Mile Champion needed to be crowned: a
become friends through high school cross-country Beer Mile World Champion!
and track. The youngest, Graham Hood an eventual Make no mistake, though the idea seems like a
Olympian in the 1500 meters was 17, still in high joke, participants and organizers take it very seriously,
school, and still under Ontarios legal drinking age of especially at the world championship level. It will have
19. The oldest, at 26, was Kelly Harris, who had coached all the trappings of a pro-level track meet, including
fully automatic timing, strict adherence to the beer mile
a few of the guys on their city running team.

During Flotracks early years, Mark Floreani and Ryan continued on back page

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THURSDAY
Breakfast

Cold or Hot Cereal Maple Stick


Fruit Cup Milk
Lunch

Italian Dunkers Breadsticks


Broccoli w/ Ranch
Mandarin Oranges Milk

Fort Peck, MT
Phone 406.526.3557

Soup: Beer Cheese

Beefaroni Chili
Specials:

Chipotle Chicken
Deli Melt
Dine at theO
228-8006

WINTER

HOURS

WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY
Lunch 11-3:30
Dinner 5-9
SUNDAY Bar Only 11 - Close

Crack, tip, chug continued from page 7

rules, a $5,000 prize for the win and a new world record.

And there will actually be more than one champion
as there is also the womens elite beer milers.
Now, here are the official rules for this evenings
Flotrack Beer Mile World Championships:
Each competitor drinks four cans (or bottles) of beer
and runs four laps on a track.
Start - beer/lap, beer/lap, beer/lap, beer/lap - Finish

Beer must be consumed before the lap has begun,


within the transition area.
(The 10 meter zone before the start/finish line.)
The race begins with the drinking of the first beer in the
last meter of the transition zone.
This ensures the competitors run a complete mile.
Competitors must drink cans or bottles of beer and the
contents will be no less than 12oz.
Bottles may be substituted for cans as long as they are at
least 12 oz (355 ml) in volume.
No specialized cans or bottles may be used that give an
advantage by allowing the beer to pour at a faster rate.
Super mega mouth cans or vortex bottles and other
such containers are prohibited.
Beer cans must not be tampered with in any manner.
No shotgunning or puncturing of the can except for
opening the can by the tab at the top.
Beer must be a minimum of 5% alcohol by volume.
The beer must be a fermented alcoholic beverage
brewed from malt and flavored with hops.
Each beer can must not be opened until the competitor
enters the transition zone on each lap.
Competitors who vomit before they finish the race must
complete one penalty lap at the end of the race.
Immediately after the completion of their 4th lap.

Like it or not, beer-mile mania is for real. Beer

milers are in running clubs and start-ups, on campuses


and Olympic teams. In fact, the guys who invented it
are now teachers, accountants, IT executivesin other
words, well-adjusted folks who could be your neighbors.
Lance Armstrong even decided to give the sport a
go at a recent qualifying event, but the challenge proved
too much. Armstrong has completed the New York City
Marathon in under three hours twice, but the disgraced
cyclist was unable to make it past a single lap of the Beer
Mile.
Watch the Beer Mile World Championships live as
it is being broadcasted from Yellow Jacket Stadium in
Austin, Texas; coverage begins at 5:00 our time. Go to
www.flotrack.com. The women elite run at 6:25 p.m. with
the men elite to follow. Tune in to see who will be crowned
the first ever Flotrack Beer Mile World Champion!

Manic Monday
RON TURNS 60

20 Year Tuesday

20 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF OWNERSHIP. ALL


BEVERAGES WILL BE PRICED THE SAME AS 1994!

Wacky Wednesday

DRINK SPECIALS AND FREE POOL!

Thirsty Thursday
CHILI DOGS & SPECIALS.

Finger Food Friday


Big Bang Saturday!

JEANNIE STUBBLEFIELD TURNS 80!


RON & TRACIS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY.
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