At the last regular meeting of the city council, Public Works Director (PWD) Rich Anderson requested approximately $2,500 from the Genevieve Reiken Anderson Foundation (GRA).
He explained that the funds would be used for a new chemical testing scale, paint for the pool and repair to the Aqua-bot and manual vacuum at the swimming pool.
An issue with the pollen from the trees discoloring the paint in the pool was able to be solved, therefore the paint which had been ordered can be used next year.
This week there are two anniversaries that need to be recognized. Both are a major part of our nation’s history.
One is D-day which took place 70 years ago on June 6, 1944 when American troops invaded Normandy, France.
By the way, do you know what D-day stands for? It is a military term meaning Deployment Day, or the day on which a combat attack is initiated.
Conrad put on their best showing ever in a state softball tournament taking second place.
It was an exciting three days at the Multi-Sports complex in Great Falls for the home ladies.
Thursday afternoon they opened the tournament against St. Ignatius who co-ops with Arlee and Charlo.