The organization that replaced a decades-old cultural outlet in Havre is holding its membership drive, capping off its first season and preparing for a second.
Cindy Keim, president of the Hi-Line Concert Association, said the membership drive ended $400 short of the cost of its concerts for this season, and the association had to tap some reserves.
But considering that the organization had to reinvent itself last year, she said it was a good start.
"We're actually very happy with how it turned out," she said.
The attendance at the first three concerts, presented by Canadian fiddler April V...