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Flathead Farmers 4-H Club now calls WCC “home”

As the dog days of summer drift off into the smoky skies, we are reminded of how blessed we are to live in such a beautiful community. Throughout this last year, members of the Flathead Farmers 4-H club have grown in number and as community stewards. Most recently, Whitefish Community Center has become the club’s new meeting place and home. Flathead Farmers is a small group of devoted members committed to serving the community and learning by doing. It has been helping with Whitefish Trail, organizing the Community Center Library, and will be hosting a Back to School Bash Dance this month. Some of the club’s most challenging work was on display this last month at the NWMT Fair where all of t

We're SO close!

The Great Fish Community Challenge ends on September 14, and we need your support if we are to reach our goal of $7,500. Your donation will help us expand our educational, health, and recreational activities; promoting community engagement and offering a safe and fun environment in which our seniors (and others) can socialize. It will also help us to continue delivering hot lunches to our older homebound community members every Monday through Friday. We also have a secondary wish to upgrade a bookshelf in our lobby area, making the Center more efficient for us and more appealing to future visitors and renters. September 14 at 5:00 pm is the deadline for donations to be received by the Whitef

Birthdays Now Fall on the Last!

November babes, come celebrate your birthday with us on Friday, November 30! Lunch is free if you are over 60 and have never had lunch with us before, but you must call and reserve (the number is 862-4923).

Here Are Your Bus Options

Flathead County’s “Eagle Transit” is a real asset to our community. It offers 13 regular bus stops within Whitefish and each ride costs $1.00. It runs Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. If you are a senior or disabled person, you may take advantage of Dial-A- Ride, whose vehicles are lift equipped. This service, which also costs only $1.00 per trip, will pick you up at your door and take you to a destination other than the regular bus stop, provided it is within the normal service area. An application must be submitted and approved to use the Dial-A-Ride. If you plan to use the bus frequently, a monthly pass is available for $25. Another option is to purchase a

WCC Has a New Logo

We are pleased to announce and display the new logo for Whitefish Community Center. As things generally do, our logo has morphed over the years. Our Board of Directors wanted something fresh yet reflective of our long-time mission statement. This is what we came up with. Hope you like it and that you find yourself noticing it more and more often in local publications and around town.

We're In! So, please support us!

This is our first year participating in the fundraising competition designed and operated by the Whitefish Community Foundation. The kick-off party which started the event took place at The Wave on July 26. For those who were unable to attend the festivities, here are a few things you should know. The fundraiser and your opportunity to donate to The Great Fish Community Challenge ends on September 14. Time flies, especially in the summer. Don’t forget to donate before the deadline. Make your donation to the Whitefish Community Foundation, indicating that your donation is for Whitefish Community Center. The official form that should accompany your donation is available at the Center, the Whit

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