Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Kyle Quale, right, receives the Mayor for a Day award from Wayne Sampson during the Eastern Montana Celtic Celebration brunch on March 15. In order to win Mayor for a Day, candidates compete to raise the most money by holding fundraisers and placing donation buckets around town. The proceeds from this year’s fundraising effort were donated to the Glendive Wet Devils.The Glendive Gladiators fifth grade traveling basketball team participated in the Makoshika Basketball tournament March 14-16. Pictured from left to right are: Dillon Cullinan, Wesley Braddock, Jace Gentry, Dalton Oakland, Jentz Scarpholt, Basil Crisafulli and Devin Thoms.Glendive’s eighth grade team placed second in the Makoshika Basketball Tournament. Pictured at back from left to right are: Coach Chris Reynolds, David Skerritt, Cade Dockter, Wyatt Selman, Jayden Holley.
Front row, from left to right: Cade Christopherson, Lane Walker, Logan Boner.Jim Swanson, right, presents a $75,000 check from the estate of Frank Sir to Edward Jones Investment Consultant Angie Hagen at the Dawson County Educational Foundation meeting on March 19. The trust donated funds to Terry, Circle and Glendive high schools. The DCEF Board invests these funds and annually distributes the interest into scholarship funds.

Community Photo Bulletin Board (Slideshow)

 

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