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2A SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2019 Firefighter 0&A David Christensen What inspired you to become a firefighter? Family. What’s the most challenging part of your job? Info center Getting up in the middle of the night. What’s your most memorable mo- , t Thursday, March The Richland County commis- sioners are in their office from 9 a.m. to pm. in the courthouse. The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Saturday, March 9 . There will be a benefit chili din ner to assist Dennis Albrecht with medical expenses from noon to 6:30 pm. at the Sidney VFW Hall. A live auc- tion starts at pm The silent auction ends at 5:30 pm. Sunday, March IO The public is invited to the Sav- age Community Hall luncheon. The free will luncheon will b in at 12:30 pm. Immedi- azgy following, will be the an- nual meeting, at which board directors and officers will be elected. All roceeds from the luncheon will go to the hall for operations. Wednesday, March I3 The third annual Father Shinnick Memorial Banquet starts at 5:30 pm. at the Richland County Fair Event Center. There will be dinner and entertainement for $30. Tickets on sale alter mass starting Feb. . lo and at Tami Maltese CPA, Around town I I3 West Main, Fink Dental, I22 2nd St. SE or from any foundation board member. Saturday, March 16 There will be a St. Patrick’s corned beef and cabbage din- ner from 5:306:30 pm. at the Sidney Moose Lodge. Thursday, March 21 The Richland Red Hatters meet at I I :30 a.m. for lunch at Simply Scrumptious Bakery. RSVP by March I9 to Sylvia, 798-3882, or Margaret, 488- 46l 3. The Sidney Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Elks Lodge. Sunday, March 24 The Sidney Plane Folks will have an indoor fun fly and static air show from 9 a.m. to pm. at the Sidney-Richland Airport. The event is sponsored by Richland Aviation and hosted in the Big Top hangar. Sunday, April 14 Palm Sunday at 2 pm on your calendar for the annual ecumenical procession led by St. Regina Murray and Sr. Rita Rauschendorfer. People will meet at the lGA parking lot and walk to St. Matthew's Parish Center. Bring palms, ment and why? Triangle Nite Club fire More about David Christensen Age: 46 Occupation: Mechanic Hometown: Sidney Family: Married Hobbies: Hunting and fishing SIDNEY HERALD banners or other symbols of Palm Sunda . A snack will be provided at the end of the procession. All are welcomel Senior meals Meals at the Sidney Senior Center are ll:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Meals at the Fairview Senior Center are ll:30 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Meals at the Savage Senior Center are at noon on Thursda 5. Meals at e Lambert Senior Center are at noon on Tues-' days. Around Town The Herald’s Around Town runs events a week in advance, so each calendar item submitted will appear at least twice (if submitted in time). Deadlines are Mon- day at noon for the Wednes- day’issue and Thursday at noon for Sunday. All items should include a brief description of the event, date and time, location, admission fees or charges (if applicable) and a person to contact for additional information. Items should be turned into the Herald office. Escape room to officially open in Richey Sherlocked: Escape Room’s official grand opening is Friday, March 16, at the Richey Pub— lic Library and with it brings a new level of ’és’éhpe roomentertain- i ” ment to the eastern ,1 -~_~, Montana area. i The year is 1891 and Sherlock’s adventures have led him to eastern Montana where a devi- ous plot is unfolding. If your elementary detec- tive skills prove to be successful you just may be considered as Sher- lock’s next assistant. Sherlocked is a completely private live escape room experience Office of Tourism plans meeting in Sidney Montana Office of Tourism & Business Development is launch- ing a series of meetings where the players use their wits, teamwork, deductive reasoning, and problem-solving skills to beat the ticking clock. You only have 45 minutes ‘ 0 try to ‘im'éover clues, ' . iv, , panics of- puzzles, and” aCk (fades to ulti- mately find the exit key to escape the room. From the moment you see the exterior signage, you know something’s just a little more excit; ing. Images of a yesteryear embrace you as you enter the room and your . experience begins. The Sherlock inspired room welcomes you with some brain teasers and other fun puzzles, time is of the essence. Sherlocked is a fun and unique idea for a group of friends or family to reconnect and enjoy real life fun to- gether. Local businesses, schools, and groups are / also welcome. Groups of 2—6 individu- als need to reserve their spot for either Friday, March 15, or Saturday, March 16. The cost is $10 r person and all pfldtgo toWarkls the Richey Public Library Building Project. Call the Richey Public Library at (406)773-5585 to reserve your spot for this once in a lifetime event. Sherlocked is the perfect addition to the beginning of a night out or for a weekend destina— tion full of fun activi- ties. located at 223 S. 4th Street; Richey MT at the Richey Public Library. Experience the chal- lenge. Please direct all ques- tions to: Jess Buller, Richey Public Library Branch Librarian (406) 773-5585 or library direc- tor, Dawn Kingstad at (406) 377-3633. Sunrises-City“Small ~ "flBluSinéss S‘h’ovi‘r Seitz Insurance named Farmers Alliance Advantage agent The Farmers Alli- ance Companies in McPherson, Kan., have announced that Seitz Insurance Agency in Sidney has been named a Farmers Alliance Ad- vantage Agent for 2019. Seitsznsurance has received this designation for over 20 consecutive years.To qualify as an Advantage Agent, an agency must exhibit superior professionalism and profitability over five consecutive years. Advantage Agents are recognized by Farmers Alliance as the “best of the best.” To reach this level of _ distinction is a rei ’on of Seitz Insuranc mitment to their custom- ers and their community. “We are honored to be recognized as a Farm- ers Alliance Advantage Agent,” said David Seitz, vice president. “This honor is reflective of our team and their commit- ment to providing the best possible service to our customers and the communities we serve.” ABOUT FARMERS ALLIANCE COMPANIES The Farmers Alliance Companies are repre- sented by independent agents and serve eight states. Farmers Alliance was established in 1888 and writes a full range of property and liability insurance for homes, farms, and commercial business. ABOUT SEITZ INSURANCE AGENCY Seitz Insurance Agency has operated as a local, independent agency since 1961. Serv- ing Montana and North Dakota, Seitz Insurance Agency provides com- mercial, farm, crop and personal insurance, employee benefits and surety Seitz Insurance Agency is located at 114 Second Ave. SE and can be reached at 406-433- 1411 or toll free at 1-877- 884-3680. Bureau of Business and Economic Research to hold half-day seminar in Sidney on Tuesday MISSOULA — The Bureau of Busi- ness and Economic Research at the University of Montana will hold its 44th annual Economic Outlook Semi- nar series in Sidney on Tuesday. This half-day seminar highlights the latest economic trends for local econo- mies and the state of Montana. “The question for Montana is not whether or not We will get another recession. It is what kind of recession it will be,” said Patrick Barkey, BBER director. Every year, in. try experts give their outlook to ntana’s important sectors, includin 1th care, for- estry, energy, to m, réal estate and agriculture. And for the first time, the seminar will include the outlook for high-tech and start-up industries. The theme of this year’s seminar tour is “Facing the Challenge of Af- fordable Housing.” “Housing has always been a policy priority,” Barkey said. “That’s why we’re taking on what is probably one of the hardest issues to solve. ” Housing prices have been rising faster than household incomes in almost every urban area of Montana — in some places, almost twice as fast. BBER economists will discuss the fu- ture of housing markets and attendees Feel Great About Your smile! can pose questions to a panel of speak- ers from their local communities. Registration costs $90. Registration for Montana University System faculty, staff and students is $25. Attendees will receive a copy of the 2019 Montana Economic Report, a book of the PowerPoint presentations, lunch and a one-year subscription to Montana Business Quarterly, BBER’s award-winning magazine. Continuing education credits are availableand groups of five or more can receive a discount. The seminars run from 8 a.m. to 1 pm. Tuesday at the USDA Agricultur- al Research Services, Sidney For more information or to register, visit http://wwweconomicoutlook- seminancom or call 406-243-5113. Established in 1948, the Bureau of Business and Economic Research is the main research unit of the Univer- sity of Montana’s College of Business. BBER researchers engage in a Wide range of applied research projects that address different aspects of the state economy, including survey research, economic analysis, health care re- search, forecasting, wood products re- search and energy research. 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