Charlie Rogers: January 1 Jean Pinski: January 6 Dewey Hartman: January 7 Leora Muraoka: January 8 Jim Welch: January 11 George Losleben: January 18 Carol Helimovich: January 19 Kristie Lukes: January 23 Pat Gilbertson: January 26 Rick Kinonen: January 28 Jim Bellissimo: January 29 Judith Harrell: January 29 Gene Lamb: January 29
We were delighted, once again, to deliver a handmade, quilted placemat to each of our Meals on Wheels clients on Christmas Eve, along with their hot meal. This was made possible by the Stumptown Quilters’ Guild. These are lovely fabric place settings that are machine wash and dryable. We feel very fortunate to be able to partner with this group to make the special gift possible. Three cheers for the Stumptown Quilters’ Guild!
The latest word from Flathead County is that our building repairs should be done by January 10. A walkthrough on December 26 revealed that the bathrooms, entryway, kitchen and dining room have been painted! This is very encouraging. We cannot wait to get back into the building. Home again, so to speak. However, moving back will not make the Center immediately open to the public. We will add social dining, exercise classes and other programs as Covid dictates. Stay tuned for t
We are trying to have a good lineup of calendar events when finally able to throw open our doors to the general public. To achieve this goal we have appointed an activity committee to start putting ideas in place. Spearheading this committee are Bill Schustrom, Don Stolte, and Nikki Corné. Bill is an expert in all things related to Glacier National Park. Don is an outdoor enthusiast and will get us out on those wonderful Whitefish Trails. Nikki is an all-around fun person and
Our Whitefish Community Center Board of Directors installed two new members during our December meeting. They are Nikki Corné and Nancy Beougher. It will be great to start the new year with some fresh ideas and opinions. We want to give a warm welcome to both Nancy and Nikki.
In February, Sigi Chamberlain and Don Stolte served as our Winter Carnival Royalty. They were knighted as Dame Sigi and Sir Don. In June we kicked off our 2020 campaign with the Great Fish Challenge. It was challenging due to Covid, but we persisted and did well. In July, Kim visited with her Ohana Shave Ice concession. She donated free shave ice treats and took voluntary donations for our Great Fish Challenge Campaign. Thank you again to Kim and Chris Baker! All year long, w