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The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services team has been working in Ravalli and Missoula counties, and the nearby areas devastated by the Lolo Peak wildfire.     

The most critical need right now is for monetary donations. The best way to help during any disaster, large or small, is often to make a financial contribution. Cash donations allow disaster responders to immediately meet the specific needs of disaster survivors without incurring many of the costs associated with sorting, packing, transporting and distributing donated goods. Salvation Army disaster services are funded entirely by donors, and The Salvation Army uses 100 percent of all disaster donations in support of disaster relief operations.

There are three ways to contribute to The Salvation Army relief and restoration efforts for the wildfires:

1. Online at: – designate gift for ‘Montana Wildfires’

2. By phone: 1-800-SAL-ARMY – designate gift for ‘Montana Wildfires’

3. By mail: Send a check, marked ‘Montana Wildfires’ to The Salvation Army, Northwest Divisional Headquarters, 111 Queen Anne Ave. N #300, Seattle, WA, 98109.


The MANY FACES OF WOMEN 2017 annual auction and fundraiser will be held Wednesday, Sept. 13, at Ten Spoon Vineyard & Winery, 4175 Rattlesnake Dr. Doors and silent auction open at 6 p.m. 

Guest speaker will be Rep. Kimberly Dudik; emcee Mayor John Engen and music will be by Mendelssohn.

Tickets are $35 and include appetizers and a glass of wine

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit or email


An AARP Smart Driver Safety Course is being offered Friday, Sept. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Patrick Hospital Conference  Room 2, 500 W. Broadway. There are no tests or exams to be completed. The course is sponsored by AARP and the cost is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. Call Marcure Insurance at 406-543-7184, to register. 

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