In the absence of Congressional candidates, Denny Rehberg and Steve Daines, the annual Republican Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner at the Pondera Golf Club on Sunday was highlighted by governor candidates Rick Hill, Jim O’Hara and Ken Miller.
All three noted that it was a little unusual for them to be cast in the spotlight at the Party banquets.
The Conrad Christian School (CCS) will be using Norley Hall for their annual Science Fair.
There are 30 projects with at least 40 students coming into Conrad on March 4, for the event from Dupuyer and Valier Elementary Schools and homeschoolers from Conrad and Choteau.
There are, presently, six judges to look over the projects. The public is invited to come and view the projects after lunch from 12:30 to 1 p.m. when the awards are scheduled to begin.
The judging will take place in the morning.
There was some confusion about CCS using Norley Hall for their Science Fair. The agenda for the council meeting on Feb. 12 had in their agenda #12 item, discussion/action on “Conrad Christian School request for use of Norley Hall.”
Get ready for another Hot Flash, you won’t need a cold shower for this hot flash, though. Back by popular demand, Hot Flash, the musical comedy written and directed by Conrad’s own Phyllis Ann Philipps, is returning to the Orpheum Theatre/Weigand Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on March 10-12.
Featuring a cast of 23 local performers, original songs, touching poems and hysterical readings, this show is about four best friends who are dealing with each others’ life-changing crises. Hilarity ensues as they bond over a “bucket-list” goal to compete in the Wallawatchee Women’s 52nd Annual Talent Spotlight.
Almost a year and a half ago, Hot Flash debuted on the Orpheum’s stage.
“We had been asked to do the show at the Myrna Loy Theatre in Helena and were very disappointed when it didn’t work out for us to perform there,” Philipps commented. “Now, since so many have asked, we have the opportunity to do a reprisal of the show. I am truly humbled.”