Much to my surprise and good weather we are still having visitors come everyday.
The Blue Grass group rented the kitchen for 2 days and I exchanged the rent for advertising. We had many people stop to visit who were in town for the music.
I gave a guided tour to many of the Allen Foundation members and pointed out the projects they had helped us with over the years.
Hope Grows Here (formerly Relay for Life) held their survivors dinner in the Hall on Sept 28. Many people stopped me to say what a wonderful venue this is and they had a great time. This is a group we don’t charge any rent.
The grand children of the Epstein’s were here to see the sign after we had mounted it in the ladies part of the museum. They took many pictures and were so pleased.
We had a teacher from MCC bring students for a visit. The students used the scavenger Hunt we have and had a fun filled afternoon. The teacher is hoping to make it an annual visit.
Dr. John Webster of the Geoscience Class of Minot State University in North Dakota brought 7 students here as part of a learning trip into Idaho and Montana.
The Cowboy Poetry Gathering was a very nice day. Everyone enjoyed themselves and thanked us for the Roast Beef dinner. Our numbers were down some however we feel partly because we moved it from spring to fall. Many of the poets donated CD’s, books for the gift shop to sell. We thank them.
For the month of Sept. we rented the hall twice, once for no charge and once for our function.
Our volunteers were : Gary Clark, Eileen Entzel, Ingrid Brown, Janet Cline, Verna Viall, Grant Miller and Bella Helger.