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Our View: Hi-Line darts and laurels, September 13


September 13, 2013

Laurel — The Havre High Booster Club has shelled out a good chunk of cash for a new Blue Pony mascot, replacing one worn out by years of use. The new Pony is a great representative of the school and its spirit. Thanks to the Boosters.

Laurel — Margaret Hencz usually does the judging in her capacity as Havre City judge. Last week, the Bullhook Blossoms Garden Club did the judging and named Hencz’s lawn and gardens the Yard of the Week. It’s quite a yard and has attracted lots of good birds this year. She keep track. Congratulations, judge.

Dart — If someone did indeed poison Shadow, the seriously ill puppy of Carrie Smith, they ought to be ashamed of themselves. Injuring any dog is unconscionable, but doing this to one that is a therapy dog for a young child is indefensible.

Laurel — Gale and Karen Jellum of Chinook are sponsoring a benefit to raise money for the fight against Alzheimer's Disease. The disease is one of the cruelest, and it has affected Karen, now a resident at Sweet Memorial Nursing Home. The benefit will be 6 p.m. Wednesday, at Chinook’s Eagles Club. For a good time and to help a good cause, stop by, enjoy the entertainment and feast on pulled pork, salads and dessert.

Laurel — People in Havre are preparing for Festival Days activities next weekend. A good number will be out Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, to help spruce up the city. A summer full of trash, old newspapers, fast-food wrappers and other items are still on boulevards and curbs. Volunteers will be picking it up Saturday morning under the Havre Pride program. Volunteers will gather at 1st Street and 5th Avenue. Recycle Hi-Line will also hold its recycling drive at 1st Street and 5th Avenue in conjunction with the cleanup day.


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