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By Georgie Kulczyk
The Courier 

Glasgow Chamber to Honor Agriculture, Volunteers


Glasgow is a community set amidst an agricultural powerhouse. It’s made better by the sheer willingness of its citizens to stand up and volunteer.

In an effort to honor both, the Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture (Chamber) will be hosting its inaugural Ag Appreciation Dinner and Night of Honors the evening of Oct. 1.

You are invited to join us for dinner at the Valley Event Center. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for a no-host waterhole, and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.

The night’s entertainment will include a program with emcee Haylie Shipp focusing on celebrating our agriculture industry and the countless volunteers that make so many of our area events possible.

After dinner, attendees are welcome to dance the night away to Miles City’s “Yellowstone Drifters.”

This event replaces the Chamber’s annual banquet and is open to everyone.

Businesses are encouraged to buy tables for the event, hosting their agricultural clients. Non-profits are also encouraged to reserve tables and share the stage in honoring their volunteers. Individual tickets are for sale, but area farmers and ranchers are urged to contact the Chamber before purchasing, as tickets may be available to them free of charge, courtesy of area businesses.

We hope you join us for a night of fun and fellowship as we honor area farmers, ranchers, and volunteers. Please contact the Chamber at 228-2222 for more details.


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