Burton Gregory – Horizon Lodge resident
The board of directors of the Horizon Lodge is hosting an Open House at the Lodge on Jan. 31, from 2-4 p.m.
The purpose of this public event is to show changes that have taken place over the past year.
Due to a generous donation from Burton Gregory, a resident at the Lodge, a sizable redecorating project has been finished.
The theme of this year’s quilt is “Wish Upon a Star”.
Each block contains a star of different design which has been created with love in honor of friends, relatives, or all women battling breast cancer.
The quilt was sewn together by Cheryl Aklestad of Shelby, quilted by Lorrie Siebrecht of Coulee Quilts and Crafts in Cut Bank and the binding was sewn on by Rona Matheson of Conrad.
HE’S BACK — Cowboy Nate Gage goes up for two points against Shelby on Saturday night. Gage scored 21 of his game high 23 points in the second half as the Conrad Cowboys downed the Shelby Coyotes 60-49. This was Gage’s second game back from a broken collarbone which sidelined him for a month. I-O Photo by Adam Jerome
By Adam Jerome, I-O Reporter
The Conrad Cowboys had a full slate of games last week as they took on Heart Butte, Cascade and Shelby all on the road, winning all three.
On Monday the Cowboys traveled to Heart Butte to take on the Warriors. Conrad won the game 84-43. The Cowboy offense clicked from the beginning as they scored 28 points in the first quarter and 47 in the half as they lead by 19. The Cowboys cruised from there to gain the non-conference win.
Coach Tyson Anderson commented, “Good ball movement led to easy opportunities around the basket and we made some defensive adjustments in the second half.”