The Glasgow Courier - Serving Proudly As The Voice Of Valley County Since 1913

By Dane Osen
The Courier 

Free Rides on New Year's Eve

 


For the past 20 years, Valley County Search & Rescue has teamed up with local wrecker services to offer party-goers a ride home after drinking on New Year’s Eve. This year, the crew will begin to offer free rides home around 4:30 p.m. and will be calling it a night around 5:00 a.m. The DUI task force will be assisting with the funding for this event by donating $15 per ride with a cap of $500.

The rides are not limited to just Glasgow. Doug Cook will be offering rides home in the Fort Peck and Park Grove area and Stone Tihista will be offering rides in Nashua. Whether you live three blocks away or have a different zip code, don’t be afraid to ask for a ride.

For a ride home on New Year’s Eve, contact the following who are donating their time and services:

Tom Pewitt, Hi-Line Collision, 263-2154

Tom & Dawn Thompson, Thompson & Sons, 263-7265

Doug Cook, Glenn’s Automotive, 263-1249 (Park Grove & Fort Peck Area)

Randy Isakson, Search & Rescue, 263-2193

Kenny Bryan, Search & Rescue, 263-5116

Jeron Wesen, Search & Rescue, 263-0265

Whisky Isakson, Search & Rescue, 263-2505

Stone Tihista, Search & Rescue, 263-8383 (Nashua Area)

To raise funds for future endeavors, the Valley County Search & Rescue will be hosting a fundraising event at the VFW on Jan. 28. The event will include a silent auction, dinner, the 4th Street Band will be performing and there will be a raffle drawing for a 2016 Honda Pioneer 1000. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $25 from Scotts Track ‘n Wheel, Stockmans Bar, the Glasgow VFW, or by any Search & Rescue Member. For more information on the Glasgow Search & Rescue or how you can help out, contact Randy Isakson at 406-263-2193.

 

Reader Comments
(0)

 
 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018