Godman and Wall Maroon royalty
Gage Godman and Gracie Wall were named king and queen of the 2019 Butte Central High School Monogram.
Their parents are Traci Stillwagon, Chris and Karen Godman, and Brian and Molli Wall.
Winter harsh on pets as well
The Butte-Silver Bow Animal Services Department would like to remind residents that it is important to think of your pets during this season and to keep them safe and comfortable.
When the temperature drops, be sure to get your pets inside where they can be warm and out of the elements. Take them out for short bathroom breaks, but do not leave them out for extended periods of time. The low temperature exposure can lead to hypothermia and other medical problems.
If the weather is cool out and dogs must be outside, ensure they have a warm insulated dog house, fresh unfrozen water and additional food to help keep their body temperature up. Also, when pets come inside, be sure to wipe off their paws as they can carry toxic ice melt in and ingest it as they lick their paws clean.
Furthermore, never leave a pet in the car in the cold temperatures. The car acts as a refrigerator and can be a serious risk to your pet’s health. Last, if you have an older, ill, or young pet, a coat may be imperative as many of these pets cannot regulate their body temperature.
For any questions, call 406-497-6525.
Beal Mountain meeting Tuesday
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The public is invited to attend a technical meeting for the Beal Mountain Mine Project from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, at the Butte Ranger District, 1820 Meadowlark Lane.
Agenda items include a review of the water treatment and water quality monitoring work completed in 2019. Other topics include recent engineering work and project plans for the upcoming 2020 season. Copies of the agenda may be obtained by calling Sonny Thornborrow at 406-494-0202.
Beal Mountain Mine was an open-pit, cyanide heap-leach gold mine operated by Pegasus Gold Corporation from 1988 through 1998. The 450-acre mine site is located about 16 miles west of Butte and is situated on National Forest System lands in the headwaters of German Gulch Creek.
Driver training class scheduled
AARP driver training will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Belmont Senior Center, 615 E. Mercury St. To sign up, call 406-723-7773.
Benefits of attendance include a review of driving rules and skills, increased awareness of how your driving skills levels change over time, and your auto insurance company may offer you a discount for attendance.
Toastmasters list winners
Top O’ the Mornin’ Toastmasters weekly winners included Tonette Hollingsworth, best speaker; Mike Gribben, best topic respondent; and Joe McBride, best evaluator.
The next meeting is at 6:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 2, at Perkins.