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New business

Doug and Ramona Wagner have opened ClearWeather Wines, a new winery in Missoula, at 410 Expressway, Suite F. The winery's goal is to make wines in Montana from grapes grown in the Northwest. The winery has three wines available for tasting, a chardonnay, a Riesling and a cabernet sauvignon. ClearWeather Wines' tasting room is open to the public Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or by appointment. Call 541-8463.

New associates

Elaine Shea of Missoula, a national early childhood consultant, has been hired by the Academy for Educational Development in Washington D.C., to serve as a training and technical assistance specialist for tribal Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. The academy is an independent nonprofit organization devoted to solving critical social problems.

Relocation

Sunee Milstead has moved her business from Trend Setters and Hair Co. to Bighorn Barber & Styling. Milstead has 17 years of professional barber and styling experience, specializing in men's haircuts, perms and color. Walk-ins are welcome.

Misti Kallis, nail tech, formerly of Montage and Cost Cutters, has moved to Trend Setters, now in the Holiday Village Shopping Center. Kallis has eight years of experience in spa pedicures, manicures and all types of acrylic nails. Her mother, Janice Cahall, formerly of Cost Cutters, has also relocated to Trend Setters. She has 30 years of experience and specializes in hair cuts, flat tops, waxing, perms and colors.

Shawna Curry, formerly of Cost Cutters, has joined Trend Setters Salon in the Holiday Village Shopping Center. Curry has eight years of experience and

specializes in color, waxing, perms and hair cutting.

Recognition

Mountain Line has honored bus operator Rob Milyko for completing 25 consecutive years of safe driving. This equals 625,000 miles of operating a bus in the city of Missoula without a single preventable accident. Milyko began his career as a bus operator at Mountain Line in 1978.

Elected

The National Council of Catholic Women elected the following women to serve for the next two years: Julie French of Scobey was elected Region I vice president. French is from the Eastern Diocese of Great Falls/Billings. Lillian Judge of Whitefish was installed as the new Portland NCCW province director. Judge is a member of St. Charles' Parish of the Western Diocese of Helena. Susan Porrovecchio of St. Catherine's Parish in Bigfork was selected as chair of the International Concerns Commission.

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