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  • Local 4-H Clubs Recognized By Kiwanis

    Glasgow Kiwanis Secretary Charles Wilson, For the Courier|Nov 15, 2023

    During the Nov. 8 Kiwanis Club meeting at the Cottonwood, the top 4-H Clubs, as judged by the County Extension Office, were awarded monetary funds to be utilized within their club activities. First place, receiving $100, was Northern Lights 4-H Club. In second place, receiving $75, was Lucky Clover Club. In third place, receiving $50, was Western Valley. In fourth place, receiving $25, was Cherry Creek. The extension agent scores each club and provides the scores to the Kiwanis for recognition...

  • Bringing Up Grades With the Kiwanis

    CHARLES WILSON, GLASGOW KIWANIS|Feb 16, 2022

    The Glasgow Kiwanis Club presented BUG (Bring Up Grades) Certificates to 28 students at the Irle Elementary School recently. Ice cream with toppings was served to them by students from the Glasgow Middle School Builders Club. Charles Wilson and Lisa Koski represented the Kiwanis Club. Those students in the fourth grade who brought up their grades were Bethany Bras, Clair Britzman, Ava Budde, Myracle Henry, Addison Hughes, Quincy Iwen, Olivia Jackson, Harry Murphy, Rueby Nixdorf, Ryker Nixdorf,...

  • Researching Your Family History

    Charles Wilson, For the Courier|Nov 25, 2020

    The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620 traded newfound religious freedom for harsh living conditions, being unprepared for the bitter winters of New England. The Plymouth historical organization reports that two or three people died each day during their first two months on land, and only 52 people survived the first year. Even so, today there are an estimated 10 million Americans (and 35 million people worldwide) who descend from those original passengers, according to the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. This means three...

  • Glasgow Kiwanis Club Membership Recruitment Meeting

    Charles Wilson, For the Courier|Jan 8, 2020

    The Glasgow Kiwanis Club’s annual membership recruitment meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 5 p.m. at the Elks Club. If this interests you, come join us and learn more about how you can help. Kiwanis club members are inviting guests as potential members to join Kiwanis in serving the children of the world, one child and one community at a time. Kiwanis International was formed in 1915, and the Glasgow Kiwanis Club was formed in 1923. Kiwanis sponsors the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team, Boy Scout Troop 861, the High School Key Club, the Middle... Full story

  • Day Of Service

    Charles Wilson, For the Courier|Oct 9, 2019

    Thanks for those who have signed up to have leaves removed from their yards on Saturday, Oct. 12, through Vicky Wetz at the Valley County Council on Aging. There is room for more, so senior citizens who will be in need of leaf removal from their property are asked to sign up with Vicky Wetz at [email protected] or contact her at the Senior Citizens Center at 228-9500. On Saturday, Oct. 12, volunteers can come to the Senior Citizens Center with rakes and trash bags to receive direction between 8 a.m. and noon. For those wanting to... Full story

  • Celebrate Garrett Lloyd Receiving Eagle Award

    Charles Wilson, For the Courier|Apr 17, 2019

    The public is invited to celebrate Garrett Lloyd receiving his Eagle Award at the Boy Scout Troop 861 Eagle Court of Honor. The celebration will be held on Sunday, April 28, 1 p.m., at the Boy Scout Park near Park Grove. Boy Scout Troop 861 has been sponsored by the Glasgow Kiwanis Club since 1976.... Full story

  • Glasgow Kiwanis Club Membership Drive

    Charles Wilson, For the Courier|Jan 2, 2019

    The Glasgow Kiwanis Club is inviting service-minded community members to come and join us. Come Wednesday, Jan. 9, to our membership drive meeting at noon at Sam and Jeff’s and enjoy food and fellowship while also learning how you can benefit by joining our service organization. Kiwanis was formed in Glasgow in 1923 and is part of the Montana District of Kiwanis and Kiwanis International. Our motto is: Serving the Children of the World with our emphasis being on youth. We sponsor and support the Glasgow Kiwanis Swim Team, the Glasgow High... Full story