The Spirit of the Season
The Spirit of the Season is one of hope and good will....you have many opportunities in our community to spread that Spirit to those in need.
The Food Pantry is taking donations of food that will be given out for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. They need all the fixins' such as turkeys, potatoes, cranberry sauce, vegies, pumpkin, fruits....you all know what's involved in a holiday feast! They will be accepting donations for the Holiday Baskets through Mon. Dec. 22.
Shop Small Saturday!
The Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 29 is National Shop Small Business Saturday. In Kick off the holiday gift-buying season by supporting businesses in the Tobacco Valley. You'll find gifts for everyone on your list, decorations galore, and delectable treats and dishes for your holiday happenings. Some businesses will have extended hours and will be offering special deals that you won't want to miss.
Eureka's First Snowfall of 2014!
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
The first diamonds of snow covered the ground last night after an amazing Montana fall. The wood has been gathered and tucked in the shed, the garden harvested and laying quietly beneath a blanket of straw and now it’s time to get outdoors to enjoy what winter brings. Whether it’s snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ice climbing, sledding or star gazing, there’s always a reason to get out and enjoy the fourth season of the year. Below are a few links of places to go, things to do and where to get the gear to make your event more enjoyable…so, button up and get out into the winter wonderland!
Sunburst's Toast of the Town
This is the sixth year that community members will step out for a night on the town with wine tasting, art and delicious hors d'ouevres. Sunburst Community Service Foundation's annual Toast of the Town is an ideal way to spend an evening with friends in a comfortable setting talking, bidding on great auction items and enjoying Dave Leeman's banter about wine.
LCHS Cross Country Team 24 Hour Relay
The Lincoln County Cross Country Team recently completed the second annual 24 hour relay, achieving a total of 221 miles over a 24 hour period.
The team gathered Friday, October 31st at the Lincoln County track. At 4 p.m. they began the relay with each participating member of the team running a one mile leg of the relay rotating through the team members as each leg was completed. Throughout the event, each member ran anywhere from one mile to as many as 30 miles.