Special to the I-O by Lisa Schmidt
People who come to the Pondera Shooting Sports Grand Opening will enjoy good food, have a chance to win fantastic door prizes and get the opportunity to bid on a multitude of silent and live auction items, all while supporting Pondera youth and an important part of Montana’s culture.
“It’s going to be fun,” said Wendy Judisch, who is organizing the celebration for Oct. 9.
The Pondera Shooting Sports Club (PSSC) Grand Opening is the culmination of local citizen grit and tenacity that turned an acre of farm ground into a community gathering place, a home for 4-H shooting sports, a meeting room for Hunter’s Education and private parties, as well as a safe, warm place for shooting enthusiasts to shoot 3-D archery and small bore competitions.
HONORED — Karla Breding was recently named Montana Land Title Association Executive of the Year at their annual convention. She works at Pondera Title in Conrad. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
The Montana Land Title Association (MLTA) recently held their annual meeting during the five state joint convention in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Receiving the prestigious award as the “Montana Land Title Association Executive of the Year” was Karla Breding of Pondera Title in Conrad.
When announcing the award, MLTA President Terry Hilgendorf stated, “Those who nominated Karla admire her because she brings a superior level of professionalism to the office and report she is very serious about the quality of the work that her office produces.”
The commissioners had a light agenda on the table for their regular Wednesday meeting.
There were no abatements or contracts to cover.
A resolution, R-5, was passed on a 3-0 vote that designated Pondera County as a Fourth Class county.
The Class of a county is determined by the taxable valuation for the year in which such order is made in accordance with the MCA codes. The taxable valuation of the county is $19,759,618.