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February Events

****** Historical Museum at Fort Missoula (HMFM) Exhibits ******

****** Exhibit on display through April 19, 2020: Odyssey of Montana's Thomas Meagher, Historical Museum at Fort Missoula (HMFM), 3400 Captain Rawn Way, Missoula.

To describe Meagher’s life-journey as an odyssey is not an exaggeration. Like the legendary Odysseus, he was blown by the winds of war and fate to the four corners of the earth. This exhibit blends the line between art and history through Glueckert’s 24 colorful vignettes filled with the celestial, earthly, and man-made symbols that governed Meagher’s life and historical content about this favorite adopted son of Montana.

Questions: Kristjana Eyjolfsson, HMFM Education Director & Public Programming, (406) 258-3473, keyjolfsson@missoulacounty.us

Or, Historical Museum at Fort Missoula: (406) 728-3476, ftmslamuseum@montana.com

****** ​Exhibit on Display through 5/10: Leiser's Footsteps, Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, 3400 Captain Rawn Way, Missoula

This significant exhibit covers the history of Missoula’s original Jewish citizens and their contribution to Missoula’s growth and culture. Leiser’s Footsteps captures stories of hope and wonder meticulously researched by Missoula-born Bert Chessin, chronicler of Montana Jewish history, with beautiful panels designed by graphic artist Paul Kingsford. Just a few of the movers and shakers of Missoula Jewish history included in the exhibit: Herman Kohn, saddle maker, jeweler, and councilman who helped build Missoula’s downtown commercial district, and a friend of Salish elder Big Sam; Daniel E. Bandmann, world renown stage actor, horticulturalist, rancher and eccentric; Jacob Leiser, tailor store owner, entrepreneur, and the first Jew to settle in Missoula; Leslie Fiedler, literary critic, writer, intelligence officer, and college lecturer. Bert and Paul hunted high and low to gather this exceptional collection of untold tales that includes rare photographs and artifacts related to Missoula's original Jewish settlers. You won’t want to miss this beautifully presented exhibit! Exhibit on display through May 10th, 2020; Admission to HMFM is free to Missoula County residents.

Questions: Ted Hughes, (406) 258-3472, thughes@missoulacounty.us

****** Exhibit on Display through July 2020: No Enemy Movement Observed: The Vietnam War Through the Eyes of a Frenchtown Marine, The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, 3400 Captain Rawn Way, Missoula

“No Enemy Movement Observed: The Vietnam War Through the Eyes of a Frenchtown Marine” is an exhibit of Vietnam War era photographs and artifacts donated to the HMFM by Leon Howard of Frenchtown, MT. Leon served as a Marine Corps Scout during a thirteen-month tour in Vietnam from 1966-1967. Featured in the exhibit are a selection of 45 photographs from the almost 200 donated, enlarged from their original snapshot size, including:

  • Views of the South Vietnamese countryside.

  • Combat operations with tanks and amphibious assault vehicles.

  • South Vietnamese people in villages, markets, and rice fields.

  • Leon and fellow Marines in different areas of operation.

In addition, a range of artifacts Leon brought back from the war enhance the experience, including:

  • Personal items such as uniforms, medals and campaign ribbons.

  • Scouting logs and other documents.

  • Artifacts captured from the Viet Cong such as clothing, hand grenades, and punji sticks.

The exhibit tells the story of a twenty-year-old man removed from his middle-class California setting, trained to be a “basically qualified Marine,” and placed in combat half a world away. It will also highlight key moments related to this divisive time in Missoula, especially the 1966 Peace March and the city’s ongoing role in the Peace Movement, Senator Mike Mansfield’s fact-finding trip to South Vietnam in 1962 at John F. Kennedy’s request, and the human toll of the war on Montana’s Homefront.

Questions: Jessie Rogers (406) 258-3479, jrogers@missoulacounty.us

Or, Carolyn Thompson, HMFM, (406) 258-3478, cthompson@missoulacounty.us

​NOW ~ ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR VETS / Herd2Human Program

For this spring/ summers Valor/Herd 2 Human 3-day Programs. Sign up now, space is limited (6 participants per class); There is No Charge for Veterans & First Responders. For more info - www.equinetherapy-vets.org

Questions: (406) 212-5486, lynn@equinetherapy-vets.org

Or, message us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/valorequine/

NOW until 3/15 Disability Scholarships

disABLEDperson, Inc announce our Spring 2020 National Scholarship Competition for College Students with Disabilities! This competition begins on January 15, 2020 and ends on March 15, 2020 for the award of $2000.00 (two thousand dollars)! Locate the "Active Scholarship" button on the top of our website: https://www.disabledperson.com/

Questions: Mike Corso/President, info@disabledperson.com

NOW ~ 2020 Ole Beck VFW Gun Raffle
48 total guns, 11 monthly drawings, 5 bonus guns (2gun prize). 3 guns w/ammo. Over $3000 in prizes Jan. - Mar. monthly drawings. First 200 people that buy $100 worth of tickets Win an Additional Bonus Ticket for Special Drawing. For your $100 purchase-get 3 free tickets, $60 value.
Details: vfwpost209.org
Questions: Jim Bobbit, (406) 240-9742
Or, VFW (406) 778-7749, info@vfwpost209.org


NOW until 4/1 ~ 2020 National Veterans Day Poster Contest

Submission Guidelines

  • Be 18” x 24” at 300 dots per inch, scale down submissions to 9”x12.”

  • The design will be used for a 1” x 1.5” lapel pin. Simple designs look best scaled down to lapel pins. (You may) submit a modified design for the lapel pin based off the original poster design.

  • Submissions are not restricted to “human centric” presentations, such as a joint color guard. Imagery of American icons, monuments or scenery can qualify, for example, the American flag.

  • Representative of all Veterans who served. The Committee may select a particular submission but ask the artist to make modifications to the original design. The Committee may require additional changes prior to printing.

  • Design must include the words :Veterans Day, November 11, 2020” and “Honoring all who served.”

  • Include sufficient information to demonstrate that the image is the work of the artist and is not copyrighted material (i.e. photos and concepts).

  • Successful designs are very simple with minimal imagery and verbiage. To view examples of past winning submissions visit: http://www.va.gov/opa/vetsday/gallery.asp.

Submit electronic versions as jpg images or PDF files by email to vetsday@va.gov  or send copies of artwork on a CD with artwork files to: Veterans Day National Committee (002D), Department of Veterans Affairs, 810 Vermont Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20420

Deadline: The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2020. The Veterans Day National Committee will convene a selection sub-committee in May 2020 to review submissions and make a final selection.

VA BLOG: https://www.blogs.va.gov/VAntage/71002/2020-national-veterans-day-poster-contest/

Questions: Veterans Day Coordinator, vetsday@va.gov

​NOW until 4/2 ~ EMPLOYERS: EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR THE 4/23 CAREER FAIR @ Hilton Garden Inn, Missoula, 3 - 6pm (Veterans / service members admitted at 2:30pm)
*** EMPLOYER REGISTRATION: https://westernmontanacareerfair2020.eventzilla.net/…/event…
*** VETERAN SERVICE PROVIDERS (VSP): If you are a Service Provider (You are NOT hiring but provide a service for Veterans, service members and/or their families / caregivers), and you would like a FREE table in the VETERAN SECTION of the lobby (right outside of the Career Fair), please EMAIL snoble@mt.gov (VSP do NOT hae to register as an employer, but VSP need to be set up by 2pm ~ this will give Veterans / service members time to talk to you before they go into the Career Fair at 2:30 ~ early admittance).
Employer Questions: Sarah, swimmer@mt.gov
Or, Job Service – Missoula, (406) 728-7060, MissoulaJSC@mt.gov​​​​​​​

2/24 MINERAL COUNTY (Last Monday of Every Month): Veteran Service Officer (VSO) at Mineral Community Hospital, 1208 6th Ave. East (Ponderosa Building), Superior, 10am – 2pm

Montana Veterans Affairs Division (MVAD) sends VSO to Mineral County the last Monday of each month. VSO will explain VA benefits, help navigate the VA Healthcare System, and explain what can and can’t be done. They are committed in helping Veterans!

*** PLEASE SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE THE PROPER AMOUNT OF TIME FOR YOUR CLAIM NEEDS AND THAT YOU COME PREPARED WITH THE PROPER DOCUMENTATION:

Montana Veteran Affairs Division (MVAD), (406) 542-2501, khahn@mt.gov

2/24 (Every Monday until 4/27): W.R.A.P. (Wellness Recovery Action Plan), Summit Independent Living, 700 SW. Higgins Ave. Suite 101, Missoula, 12pm – 2pm

This training presents a system developed and used successfully by people with a variety of physical and emotional difficulties.  It has help them use self-help skills more easily to monitor how they feel and to help themselves feel better, recover, stay well and improve the quality of their lives. Classes are available to all people with self-disclosed disabilities, their family members, caregivers, and/or supportive friends.

REGISTER / Questions: Kathy (406) 728-1630

2/24 (Every Monday until 3/23): Independence and Gratitude, Summit Independent Living, 700 SW. Higgins Ave. Suite 101, Missoula, 3:30pm – 5:30pm

This class helps promote a grateful thinking which promotes the savoring of positive life experiences. By relishing and taking pleasure in some of the gifts of your life, you will be able to extract the maximum possible satisfaction and enjoyment from your current circumstances. Classes are available to all people with self-disclosed disabilities, their family members, caregivers, and/or supportive friends.

REGISTER / Questions: Kathy (406) 728-1630

2/24 Jaden Decker, Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula, 5 - 7pm

Come shake those Monday blues with Jaden Decker at Ole Beck VFW Post 209 Monday the 24th from 5-7pm. Coming from Montana, Jaden Decker has a patriotic streak unrivaled by any other 13 year old. Jaden draws on his Midwestern family roots and Rocky Mountain upbringing to gain inspiration for his songs! Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jadendeckermusic/?modal=admin_todo_tour; Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEPZ09vbCH4H2P2KTBHr6OQ; Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/5cJ2IQj7rxvFdn9DBAlXJK?si=1x7_PMrwTpKVXK3DFvt4qA

https://www.facebook.com/events/236122750736877/

*** Ole Beck VFW Post 209 is a Non Profit Veteran Organization, and all profits go back to the local Veteran community and/or Veteran programs. VFW is open to the public and dog friendly!

Questions: VFW (406) 778-7749, info@vfwpost209.org

2/24 (Every Monday until 4/20): ONLINE STATEWIDE Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace Class, Veterans Upward Bound (VUB), 5:30pm

FREE for Veterans. Leave money stress behind. You shouldn’t have to live paycheck to paycheck. If your bills are suffocating you, we’ve got a plan to help. Dave Ramsey and his team of financial experts will show you how to beat debt and never worry about money again.

Group link: fpu.com/1114996  (MSU-B or ONLINE: https://www.financialpeace.com/groups/1114996?c=ccf)

Questions: Stacie Grandpre, Coordinator of Administrative Services & Outreach, (406) 657-2063, C (406) 209-8609, sgrandpre@vubmt.com (VUB: http://vubmt.com/)          

2/25 FREE Workshop Series, "Opening Doors to Your Success," Job Service, 539 S. 3rd St. W., Missoula, 10am

Veterans receive Priority of Service for all DLI employment & training opportunities!

  • 2/25 (4th Tuesday of Every Month): Employability Skills for Job Seekers, “Perfect Your Persona” ~ Learn the 10 essential soft skills every employer needs for you to keep that job.

  • 3/3 (1st Tuesday of Every Month): Effective Resumes & Cover Letters (This course is also offered at 2pm at the Missoula Public Library, 301 E. Main St., Missoula on the same day – call 542-5769 to sign up). "How to get noticed" ~ Tips on how to make your resume & cover letter relevant to the job you want. Learn how a computer might score your application (ATS), how to use keywords in application materials to get the maximum points (1.5 hours).

  • 3/5 (1st Thursday of Every Month): Smarter Goals, “Planning for Your Future” ~ Tips on creating a vision, setting daily & weekly action plans, and building a mindset.

  • 3/10 (2nd Tuesday of Every Month): Interviewing Basics, "Putting your best foot forward" ~ Tips on how to prepare for an interview, dressing and acting the part, and interview do's and don’ts.

  • 3/12 (And, 4/16, 5/14, 6/11): Job Search for Mature Workers, "Making wisdom & experience count" ~ Tips to combat misperceptions, keep life skills current, and resume / interview suggestions.

You must be registered w/the Job Service to attend the workshops. It’s quick and easy - Go to montanaworks.gov

RESERVE YOUR SEAT / Questions: (406) 728-7060

2/25 (Every Tuesday until 4/14): Living Well with a Disability, Summit Independent Living, 700 SW. Higgins Ave. Suite 101, Missoula, 10am – 12pm

This is a class for people who are interested in setting meaningful life goals while maintaining their health. Living Well helps people find a pathway to achieving those meaningful life goals. Classes are available to all people with self-disclosed disabilities, their family members, caregivers, and/or supportive friends.

REGISTER / Questions: Kathy (406) 728-1630

2/25 Hero Sound Project (HSP) Meet Up, Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC), 216 W. Main St., Missoula, 6 - 8pm

Hero Sound Project will be holding a meeting and jam session at The Zootown Arts Community Center for all Military Veterans who are interested in participating in Hero Sound Project and have a desire to create music or learn an instrument. For our initial meeting we will be discussing our plans for the Project and the various programs and events we hope to implement. After a brief informational meeting we will hold a short jam session to kick off the return of Hero Sound Project. All interested Veterans are encouraged to attend and see if there is something of interest to you! Feel free to bring your instrument if you have one but it is not required. https://www.facebook.com/events/2234685726634503/

Questions: Clint, herosoundproject@hotmail.com

2/25 TRIVIA, Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula, 8pm

Tuesday Night Trivia is back! Our categories include: General Knowledge; Current Events; Landmarks; Internet Celebrities; Pop Quiz; And our famous music round - Nu Metal! Game starts at 8 pm, with prizes of $25, $15 and $10 in VFW bar tabs up for grabs. Come check us out! https://www.facebook.com/VFW209trivia/

** Ole Beck VFW Post 209 is a Non Profit Veteran Organization, and all profits go back to the local Veteran community and/or Veteran programs. VFW is open to the public and dog friendly!

Questions: VFW (406) 778-7749, info@vfwpost209.org

2/26 (Every Wednesday) American Red Cross Military & Caregiver Network (MVCN) “Wellbeing YOU,” 9am

15 minutes of focused wellbeing practice to enhance your whole health. This free event is open to military and veteran caregivers of all eras. Wellbeing YOU is hosted using Zoom video so caregivers are able to interact face to face using a computer or mobile device. The groups are flexible and informal so feel free to join when you are able, even if you can only attend part of the session. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wellbeing-you-tickets-69797729889

Questions: programs.mvcn@redcross.org

2/26 (Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday until 3/30 - No class 3/20): Continuing Yoga with Harriet Alterowitz, The Learning Center at Red Willow, 825 W. Kent Ave, 9 - 10:30am

Continuing Yoga with Harriet is a 1.5 hour class designed to practice yoga in a safe and encouraging environment. The physical postures (asana) are explored in a sequential manner and props are used to allow everyone access. Expect meditation and breath work as a part of each session. Some experience with yoga is helpful but not required. All levels are welcome.

$90.00 for 8 Course Sessions (Session packages expire after 90 days); $14.00 Drop-in https://www.facebook.com/events/2823682124351435/ [facebook.com]

*** Through the Heroes Therapeutic Outreach Program (HTOP), The Learning Center at Red Willow makes all of their courses available free of charge to Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel, their Families and Caregivers, and First Responders.

INFO / WAIVER: https://www.redwillowlearning.org/sliding-fees-scholarships/

Questions: (406) 721-0033, info@redwillowlearning.org

Or, Roy Savage, HTOP Program Manager, (406) 544-7149, savagefitenterprises@outlook.com

2/26 CONFERENCE CALL: Camp IVY (Inspiring Veteran Youth) ~ CALL at 1:30pm

From Tabitha, Military OneSource, "Montana Joining Community Forces is excited to announce the creation of a weekend camp for veteran youth called Camp IVY (Inspiring Veteran Youth) that will be held on Labor Day weekend in Hungry Horse, Montana at the GBC facility. Please join us for an information call and exchange of ideas on Feb 26 at 1:30 pm using the call-in information below. If possible, please join via the link using a cell phone, tablet, or computer. If you think someone else should be involved, please invite them to the call. I'm sure you have questions...jot them down and plan to join us on Feb 26.

Call: 1-669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 293 580 2531
**If you login through the computer first, you will be given a participant code if you choose to dial in through a phone

If you cannot make the call, please let us know and one of the team will contact you. https://militaryonesource.zoom.us/my/montana [militaryonesource.zoom.us]
Questions: Tabitha Garvin-Betancourt, Military OneSource (406) 781-4986, (800) 342-9647, Tabitha.GarvinBetancourt@MilitaryOneSource.com

2/26 (Every Wednesday), NAMI CRAFTS,  202 Brooks St., Rm 210, Msla, 2-3:30pm

The group is free and open to adults with mental illness; we provide the materials and the space to work, and attendees provide the energy and enthusiasm! No registration is necessary; just show up and join in the fun.

NAMI Missoula – Support Groups:

https://namimissoula.org/support-groups-3/

Questions: (406) 880-1013, namimissoula@gmail.com​​

2/26 (Every Wednesday): VET2VET, PTS Peer Support Group, Valor House, 2820 Great Northern Loop, Missoula, 6pm

Veterans needing PTSD support, please join us! Providing CONFIDENTIAL support from 6pm to 7:30pm at the Valor House every Wednesday.

Chris is ALWAYS supporting our Veterans ~ feel free to call 24/7!

Questions: Chris Poloynis​, (406) 214-0333

Or, (951) 591-0166

2/27 (Every Thursday) NAMI Open Meeting, Providence Center, Providence Center, 902 N. Orange St., Missoula, 10am - 12pm

NAMI Missoula offers a free open meeting on Thursday mornings–all are welcome to attend: individuals with mental illness, family members, friends, or anyone interested in learning about NAMI.  The group meets Thursdays from 10 a.m. to noon in the basement of the Providence Center (Room 103 unless otherwise posted).

NAMI Missoula – Support Groups: https://namimissoula.org/support-groups-3/

Questions: (406) 880-1013, namimissoula@gmail.com

2/27 (​Every Thursday): Meditation for Veterans with Larry Whitmore, Missoula Vet Center, 910 Brooks St., Msla, 1pm

FREE for Veterans. Meditation for Vets is a guided mindfulness practice exploring the method of paying attention to the breath to increase calm and reduce stress. No previous experience necessary.  

REGISTER: Vet Center, (406) 721-4918

​2/27 (​Every Thursday): NAMI Connection, 202 Brooks St., Rm 208, Missoula, 1:30 - 3pm

NAMI Connection is a free and confidential weekly support group for adults with mental illness; it meets Thursdays from 1:30- 3:00 at the NAMI Missoula office, 202 Brooks, Room 212 (St. Paul Lutheran Church; look for the NAMI sign on the courtyard door and enter there).  This group is only for adults with mental illness–family members and friends of such persons are welcome to attend the groups designated for them (Family Support and our weekly open meeting).

NAMI Missoula – Support Groups: https://namimissoula.org/support-groups-3/

Questions: (406) 880-1013, namimissoula@gmail.com

2/27 VET2VET (Every Thursday): PTSD Peer Support Group, The Poverello Center Conference Room, 1110 W. Broadway, Missoula, 3:30pm

Providing CONFIDENTIAL PTS support for our Veterans.

Contact 24/7: Chris Poloynis, (406) 214-0333

Questions: (951) 591-0166

2/27 (Every Thursday until 3/19): Post Traumatic Growth (PTG), Summit Independent Living, 700 SW. Higgins Ave. Suite 101, Missoula, 3:30pm – 5:30pm

When a person experiences a disturbing event that challenges his or her core beliefs but ultimately achieves personal growth as a result, he or she has experienced post-traumatic growth (PTG). In this PTG class, we’ll explore this concept as a group and individually identify how PTG may have occurred in our own lives. Class activities, exercises, and discussion will focus on a common look at PTG. Classes are available to all people with self-disclosed disabilities, their family members, caregivers, and/or supportive friends.

REGISTER / Questions: Kathy (406) 728-1630

2/27 (​Every Thursday): NAMI Family Support & Education, 202 Brooks St., Rm 208, Missoula, 6 - 7:30pm

This group is for relatives, friends, and caregivers of individuals living with mental illness. The group meets Thursdays from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at 202 Brooks, Room 208. Designed to provide education and information as well as support, this group will occasionally bring in guest speakers to discuss local resources and relevant issues. No registration is necessary.

NAMI Missoula – Support Groups:

https://namimissoula.org/support-groups-3/

Questions: (406) 880-1013, namimissoula@gmail.com​​

2/27 VIRTUAL (Every Thursday): iRest, You Rest: War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC) Virtual Yoga Nidra Session, 6pm

Every Thursday evening, Veterans all over the United States meet up to practice yoga. The Veterans spend an hour together, but they never see one another and likely will never even meet. This yoga class requires no travel, no membership or studio, and no special clothing or mat. Veterans perform the weekly yoga nidra session in their own space, on their own bed, couch or favorite chair. These Thursday evening classmates meet over the phone to participate in an hour of yoga nidra that follows the iRest methodology. CALL  1-800-767-1750 and use access code: 24953#

PDF: https://www.warrelatedillness.va.gov/WARRELATEDILLNESS/clinical/integrative-health/ca/yoga-nidra-meditation-veteran.pdf#

Or, try guided, weekly sessions:

https://www.warrelatedillness.va.gov/WARRELATEDILLNESS/meditation/default.asp

Questions: WRIISC Yoga Program, (650) 493-5000 Ext 62355​​

2/27 (Every Thursday until 3/12): Meditation for Beginners with Amy Friedman, Sacred Ally, 735 A S. 1st St W, Missoula, 6pm
Thursdays, February 6–March 12, 6:00–7:00 PM. Meditation is a daily tool that has profound health effects including; stress reduction, increased immunity and brain function, and overall well-being physically, emotionally, and mentally. We will experience a wide range of guided meditation techniques, sitting positions, and ways to integrate these practices into your daily life. You will leave each session with new tools to implement immediately. A regular meditation practice allows one to return to their lives feeling grounded and relaxed in the here and now. https://www.facebook.com/events/487615748831398/
*** Through the Heroes Therapeutic Outreach Program (HTOP), The Learning Center at Red Willow makes all of their courses available free of charge to Veterans, service members, their families / caregivers, and First Responders.

INFO / WAIVER: https://www.redwillowlearning.org/sliding-fees-scholarships/

Questions: (406) 721-0033, info@redwillowlearning.org

Or, Roy Savage, HTOP Program Manager, (406) 544-7149, savagefitenterprises@outlook.com

2/27 HAMILTON (4th Thursday of Every Month): Marine Corps League, FOE Eagles Lodge, 125 N. 2nd St., Hamilton, 7:30pm

Monthly Meeting of the Bitterroot Valley Detachment #937 http://www.montanamcl.org/detachments.html

Questions: jagman_36@bitterroot.com

2/27 (Every Thursday): Fish Bwoi Presents Electric Funk, Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula, 9pm
Our weekly event full of hiphop, funk, and locally sourced music. We start out with an hour of the top 40, at 10-11 pm we have a weekly guest come in and perform an hour set, and then in the last hour we spin vinyl from the best plastic hiphop collection from the east side of Missoula. If you would like to be our next guest, please send an audition tape to/ or contact us at: jaiakattelus@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/events/673414356396473/

*** Ole Beck VFW Post 209 is a Non Profit Veteran Organization, and all profits go back to the local Veteran community and/or Veteran programs. VFW is open to the public and dog friendly!

Questions: VFW (406) 778-7749, info@vfwpost209.org

​2/29 (Every Saturday until 5/2): VSAP Training Group, Bella Vista Pavilion, Fort Missoula Regional Park, 2pm

Join Erick and crew for training sessions to prepare for the Veteran Suicide Awareness & Prevention (VSAP) RUN / RUCK May 2nd!
VSAP - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2019VSAP/
5th Annual VSAP & 7th Annual Heroes at Home BBQ: https://www.facebook.com/events/483415689026245/
VSAP Questions: Erick Kahila [facebook.com], (406) 224-3334, kahilaem@gmail.com

​​2/29 Rock Lotto Afterparty with the Cryptics and Bird's Mile Home!, Ole Beck VFW Post 209, 245 W. Main St., Missoula, 9pm
Music starts directly after Rock Lotto! Saturday, February 29th FREE Doors at 9 pm; The Cryptics (Dover, NH) https://thecryptics.com;  Birds Mile Home (Missoula, MT) We began in December of 07 and haven't stopped since. We've met many, many cool people, bands, musicians, and artists on our travels and travails, and that, I believe, is why we do what we do.https://www.facebook.com/events/1011451175893512/

*** Ole Beck VFW Post 209 is a Non Profit Veteran Organization, and all profits go back to the local Veteran community and/or Veteran programs. VFW is open to the public and dog friendly!

Questions: VFW (406) 778-7749, info@vfwpost209.org

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