Reunion slated for Stacey School The South Stacey School will hold a reunion for all those who attended the school in its 101 years of existence.
The Stacey area is near Volberg.
The reunion is Sept. 1 at the White Tail Ranger Station and Stacey Memorial Hall. Former students and teachers who have not been contacted and would like to attend or would like information may call Sandy Wood at 784-2258 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If friends would like to attend the picnic or banquets, tickets are $10 each. Contact Wood for reservations or more information by Aug. 1.Democrats slate summer get togetherFun, food, prizes and music are on tap at the annual summer picnic sponsored by the Yellowstone County Democratic Club on July 29 at the Pavilion in Rose Park from noon to 4 p.m. The club provides fried chicken and drinks. Bring a side dish, salad or dessert.
Organizers request a contribution of $2 per person or $5 per family. For more information, call the Democratic Party office at 252-5577.Rimrock Road still not open to trafficRimrock Road is still under construction and is closed to through traffic from 13th Street to Wisconsin. The construction crews continue to work on raising manholes, water valves and installing the paint striping.Teacher group offers scholarshipCOLSTRIP — A committee of retired educators from Colstrip is offering the Second Annual Colstrip Retired Teachers Scholarship for graduates of Colstrip High School who are going into education. This years scholarship is for $225. Applicants must have completed at least one year of college by the application deadline of Aug. 10. Applications are available at Culver Entertainment or St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church in Colstrip.Class offered on domestic abuse signsMontana Migrant Council Inc. is sponsoring a community class on warning signs of domestic abuse. The course will be 7 p.m. Wednesday, said Claudia Stephens, research and development coordinator of the MMC. The class will be at the MMC office at 3318 3rd Ave. N. in Billings. RSVP to the MMC clinic in Billings at 248-3149.
No fee is charged for attending, but that a free-will offering would be appreciated. MMC will host 12 such classes to be offered at its clinics in Fairview, Billings and Hardin.
Classes will target prenatal care topics and feature a guest speaker from the community specializing in the topic. The Montana Big Sky Chapter of the March of Dimes is making the prenatal classes possible, in coordination with the MMC. The MMC clinic in Billings provides preventive health care for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families in the area.