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Under Construction (soon)

We are pleased to share with you news of the upcoming repairs to our building. As you remember, two years ago our building shifted. The northeast corner sank as a result of the three-story loft building being constructed next to us. This coming October and November our building is scheduled to be repaired. Because these repairs are large in nature, we will have to vacate the premises. This is actually good timing, as we are still closed to the public due to Covid. However, this means our Meals on Wheels distribution will have to move to a temporary location (which has not yet been identified). Our volunteers will have the challenge of working from a new location, but we will be able to feed

We are so grateful!

On Friday, September 18, the Great Fish Challenge came to a close. The people of this valley are amazing, their donations to our Community Center totaled $19,249. Each and every donation warmed our hearts. The funds we raised will maintain and expand community outreach through our current Meals on Wheels program, in addition to increasing awareness through marketing, senior citizen activities and program growth. A portion of it will support operating costs for the Whitefish Community Center. This is turning out to be a year of epic adjustments, between our Covid closure and building construction. The grant money from Great Fish is coming at a time when revenue from other sources, such as our

Welcome, Michelle!

Hello Whitefish Community Center members! I am very excited to become part of this worthwhile community organization. I feel fortunate to have been selected for the comanager position. I am a born-and-raised Whitefish local. My parents were also born in Whitefish. My maternal grandparents settled in town around 1910. It goes without saying that I have deep roots and affection for “Stumptown.” My husband and I returned to Whitefish in 1982 after working out of state off and on for a few years. After deciding to make Whitefish our home, we owned two businesses and made a living from the timber industry. In 1994, we became a railroad family and raised our two sons through elementary, middle and

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