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By Michelle Bigelbach
The Courier 

Two Rivers Economic Growth Asks You to Save the Date


August 21, 2019

Over the past month, Two Rivers Economic Growth has been working with and following up with other organizations and entities in order to make the community the best place to live, work and play.

One such event they have been planning is the Alive at Five event, which is Aug. 21, from 5 to 8 p.m. The community is invited to the Busted Knuckle to enjoy their favorite adult beverage, a dinner of Eugene’s Pizza with a side of watermelon and enjoy Bergie’s ice cream as dessert at the Glasgow Police Department. “Bring the whole family down for a fun-filled evening!” stated Executive Director Keegan Morehouse.

In addition to a fun-filled evening after the first day of Glasgow schools, the Alive at Five event will also spotlight teachers and school employees. At the event, there will be a big basket of goodies which school employees will have the option to place their name into a free drawing to win. There will also be live music comprised of Seasons, out of Wolf Point.

If keeping busy planning the monthly Alive at Five events, of which the next one will be on Wednesday, Sept. 18, at First Community Bank, isn’t enough, Two Rivers is also working hard on planning their annual meeting, which will be on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at the Cottonwood from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This meeting is open to the public but is held specifically to thank all current, past and future members. There will be a no host bar with complimentary appetizers. The keynote speaker will be a representative of TransCanada providing an update on the Keystone XL Pipeline.

For those who would like to join Two Rivers, Morehouse is also working at getting membership due invoices sent out which include what the organization has been working on all year. “If anyone wants to join, they should call me or e-mail me or come to our monthly meeting the first Tuesday of each month from noon to one at the Cottonwood,” stressed Morehouse. This year the new membership fee has been upped to $150 a year.

Last month, the Wayfinding and Signage Committee of Two Rivers announced the first phase of getting new signage up and around Glasgow was almost complete. “We will soon be proceeding with an RFP, which is a bid to have someone create the sign structure in order to put the signs up. The Smith Park sign is a great template of what our other signs will look like,” said Morehouse. The new signs will include highway signage that point to the Pioneer Museum and historic downtown.

For those who want to get involved in Two Rivers, contact Morehouse at 406-263-GROW (4769), email her at [email protected] or stop by her office inside the Glasgow Chamber 54147 Hwy 2, Suite 2, Glasgow.


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