April 20, 2022
Housing in Gardiner, new homes for the community, and updates from the Park County Housing
Coalition. Please join us on Wednesday, April 20th from 6:30pm to 8pm at the Gardiner Community Center to learn more about the work of the Park County Housing Coalition and help provide feedback for HRDC's exciting new community housing project for Gardiner.
Patrick Ceglio Memorial – This Saturday, April 23rd, 5 PM – Arch Park - Please join us as we celebrate Patrick’s life and his many years as a Gardiner Community Member, friend and “ambassador”. We would love to have you with us to share stories and a toast to one of Gardiner’s favorite characters! We’ll provide burgers/veggie burgers, brats, chili, pasta salad, beverages because Patrick wouldn’t want anyone to go away hungry. Bring a dish to share if you wish. Gardiner Community Members have been working hard to spruce up the Little Free Library that Patrick created and - fingers crossed - it will be ready to share at the event.
Consider bringing a book to pass on or a donation to the Gardiner Food Pantry in his memory. If Mother Nature cooperates – we’ll send Pat’s kite up into the sky for the toast. If you’ve been one of the angels in town who have loved Patrick like he was your own, thank you. He adored his Gardiner family. Questions? Text or call Patty at 406.848.2320.
National Drug Take Back Day is April 30, 2022. Individuals who want to clean out their medicine cabinets of expired medications can drop off items for proper disposal from 10am-2pm at the Yellowstone Forever store on Park Street. Interested in other drop-off locations? Find a site near you!
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This is a truly special parcel of land with year around creek, privacy, and year round access. Set on 20 acres, there are two homes on this parcel, both with private settings and good access. One home is a log hexagon and has two bedroom and two baths. The second home is across the road, and has three bedrooms and two baths. There is a pole barn, and there are water rights from the creek near the house for irrigation.
185 & 186 Tom Miner Creek Road | Emigrant |
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Local Announcements...continued from page 1 Mammoth Clinic is offering Pfizer vaccine for covid vaccination, 1st, 2nd or booster doses. We are scheduling now for April 14th and April 21st. Pfizer can be given as a booster to anyone who received Moderna or J&J. Please call for an appointment. 307-344-7965. For more information https://www.cdc.gov/
The next Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting will be Thursday, April 21st, at 12pm,
upstairs at the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center. Public welcome. To attend via Zoom please click here for the meeting link. This month's agenda will include: committee updates and FY23 Marketing Plan.
The Livingston-Park County Public Library bookmobile is at Arch Park on Wednesdays from Noon to 2pm. Unable to visit the bookmobile? There is a drop box/holds shelf located at the Gardiner Community Center. Please call 406-222-0862 for more information.
April 21 - St. Vincent Mobile Mammography Coach April 23 - Earth Day Cleanup Party
May 28 - Hell's A-Roarin' Horse Drive June 17 & 18 - Gardiner Rodeo
June 23 & 24 - Hell's A'Roarin' Guts & Glory Rodeo Series July 14 - 2nd Annual Gardiner Fireball
July 16 - Gardiner Brew Fest
July 29 & 30 - Hell's A'Roarin' Guts & Glory Rodeo Series August 13 - Shakespeare in the Parks
September 10 - Big Bear Stampede
October - EPAC Show: Vincent Solo Play
Gardiner & Mammoth Events Upcoming Events Additional details at:
Do you have an upcoming event that is not listed? If so please let us know by filling out our Event Advertising Request form, found online at https://www.visitgardinermt.com/events-blog/events. You can also email ads@gardinerchamber.
com. Meetings, ongoing and weekly events are not included in this section.
April 21, 23, 28, 29 & 30 - Live Music at the Old Saloon May 29 - 6th Annual Testicle Festival at the Old Saloon June 12 - Fairy Tea for the Arts - Sweetness of Life June 24 - The Steel Woods at the Old Saloon
July 14 - Paul Cauthen at the Old Saloon July 15 - Jamey Johnson at the Old Saloon July 16 - Midland at the Old Saloon
July 17 - Shakey Graves at the Old Saloon July 27 - The Dead South at the Old Saloon
August 10 - Yellowstone International Arts Festival - Art on the Yellowstone
Paradise Valley Events
Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Conservation Planned in Buffalo Creek, Tributary to Lamar River
Gardiner, MT- April 14, 2022 – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Gardiner Ranger District, Custer Gallatin National Forest have agreed to proceed with the Buffalo Creek Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Conservation Project.
Draft Decision Notices are available for the project to replace non-native fish with native Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Buffalo Creek on the northern edge of Yellowstone National Park. The notices start a 45-day Forest Service objection period and 30 days for FWP appeals.
The project, located within the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness will start August 2022, and be conducted over a five-year period to ensure successful chemical removal of non-native rainbow trout in the project area.
Buffalo Creek is a tributary to Slough Creek and the Lamar River in Yellowstone National Park. Buffalo Creek is the source of non-native rainbow trout that are spreading downstream and hybridizing with native Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Slough Creek and the Lamar River drainage in Yellowstone National Park.
A piscicide rotenone, which effects only gill breathing organisms, would be used to remove the non-native rainbow trout in Hidden Lake and 46 stream miles in Montana and the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness. Once non-native fish are removed, unhybridized Yellowstone cutthroat trout would be carefully restocked in the rehabilitated waters.
With almost 50 miles of cold, connected, high quality fish habitat upstream from a natural barrier, this project presents the greatest opportunity in the headwaters of the Yellowstone River for establishing a Yellowstone cutthroat trout stronghold secure from non-native fish, natural disturbance, and climate warming threats.
“This project is an essential piece in Yellowstone cutthroat trout conservation work,” said Mike Thom, Gardiner District Ranger. “The Custer Gallatin National Forest and specifically portions of the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness is poised to create secure cold water refugia and strongholds for the long-term sustainability and success of Yellowstone cutthroat trout. This is one of those prime opportunities working jointly with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to benefit the natural characteristics of wilderness with native fish communities critical to our ecosystem.”
“The Buffalo Creek project is an important project for the long-term viability of the natural Yellowstone cutthroat trout in the Lamar River in Yellowstone National Park,” said Mike Ruggles, FWP’s regional supervisor in
Billings. “Currently Buffalo Creek, a headwaters tributary of Slough Creek and Lamar River, harbors introduced rainbow trout and is the major contributor of rainbow trout to the Lamar River.”
Working cooperatively with Yellowstone National Park downstream, this project ensures the preservation of Yellowstone cutthroat trout throughout the 352 stream miles of the Lamar River drainage in Yellowstone National Park, as well.
Those who have previously submitted comments to the Forest Service now are able to file written objections for the next 45 days. Objections must be based on previously submitted timely, specific written comments regarding the project, unless new information has arisen. Objections, including attachments, must be filed preferably via email or by mail to: appeals-northern- email@example.com; (Submit electronic comments in an acceptable format such as .PDF or Word (.docx or.xlsx).
Objection Reviewing Officer,
USDA Forest Service, Northern Region, 26 Fort Missoula Road,
Missoula, MT 59804
Hand-delivery can be made by appointment, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding holidays, at USDA Forest Service, 26 Fort Missoula Road, Missoula, MT 59804. All objections received are part of the public record.
Appeals may be addressed to:
Director, Fish Wildlife & Parks 1420 East 6th Ave.
Helena, MT 59620-0701
Documents are available for review and download at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=59630 or https://fwp.mt.gov/public-notices/news/2022/
For general information follow Custer Gallatin National Forest: https://www.facebook.com/
CusterGallatinNationalForest or on Twitter @ CusterNF; @GallatinNF
Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Found in Wild Birds in Montana
HELENA – Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus was detected in a snow goose from Canyon Ferry and a Canada goose from near Belgrade last week.
HPAI was detected earlier this month in domestic poultry in Judith Basin and Cascade counties. Several more birds from around the state are currently
undergoing testing for the virus.
Avian influenza (AI) virus is a naturally occurring virus in birds. AI viruses are classified into two groups, based on the severity of disease they cause in infected poultry. Low pathogenic AI viruses generally cause no clinical illness, or only minor symptoms in birds. HPAI viruses are extremely infectious and fatal to poultry and some species of wild birds.
Detection of HPAI in Newfoundland and Labrador in eastern Canada was announced in December 2021.
Since it was first detected in the eastern United States in January 2022, it has spread to all four bird migration flyways, including the Central and Pacific flyways which include parts of Montana. This is the first time since 2015 that HPAI has been detected in Montana, when it was identified in a captive gyrfalcon and then shortly afterward in in a backyard poultry flock in Judith Basin County.
Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considers risk of HPAI spread to humans to be very low, Montanans should take precautions when handling game birds or any sick or dead bird they find. Whenever possible, avoid contact with sick or dead wildlife. Even if a bird is not suspected to have died from a contagious disease, gloves should always be worn if a dead animal must be handled for disposal.
The public is encouraged to report unusual or unexplained cases of sickness and/or death of wild birds by calling their local wildlife biologist or the wildlife lab in Bozeman at 406-577-7880 or 406-577- 7882.
Bird hunters and those who maintain bird feeders should follow these simple precautions when processing or handling wild game:
• Do not harvest or handle wild birds that are obviously sick or found dead.
• Wear disposable latex or rubber gloves while cleaning game or cleaning bird feeders.
• Do not eat, drink or smoke while cleaning game.
• People and equipment that have been in contact with wild game birds should avoid contact with back yard poultry flocks.
• Wash hands with soap and water or alcohol wipes immediately after handling game or cleaning bird feeders.
• Wash tools and work surfaces used to clean game birds with soap and water, then disinfect with a 10 percent solution of chlorine bleach—one part chlorine bleach to 10 parts water.
• Separate raw meat, and anything it touches, from cooked or ready-to-eat foods to avoid contamination.
• Cook game meat thoroughly to an internal temperature of at least 165°F.
• Wild birds don’t need supplemental feed this time of year. Taking feeders down prevents concentrations of birds that sometimes lead to disease transmission.
For more information on AI in wild birds, visit https://
Little People's Learning Center is always
looking for teachers and subs. We can often do shorter days for sub positions, and truly, it's A LOT of fun!
Please reach out to Carrie at director.littlepeoples@
gmail.com for more information. We look forward to hearing from you!
Gardiner Public School is in search of a Full Time Custodian. For details or to apply, please contact Mike Baer at 406-848-7563 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org We are hiring all positions for Cowboys Lodge and Grille - housing possible for some positions.
Please contact Jen at (406)-223-7919. We are hiring all positions for the Iron Horse - housing possible for some positions. Please contact Victor at
Gardiner Public School is taking applications for a Head H.S. Boys Basketball Coach for the 2022-2023 school year. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Mike Baer (email@example.com) or Carmen Harbach (firstname.lastname@example.org). Any questions, call the Gardiner School at 406-848-7563.
The Yellowstone Gateway Inn is accepting applications for all positions, part and full time, seasonal and year round. Assistant manager, front desk, housekeeping/room attendant, and maintenance positions available. Will consider independent
contractors for vacation rental cleaning and
maintenance. Competitive salary and seasonal bonus.
Experience a big plus but not required. Limited housing available. Apply in person at 103 Bigelow Lane or send resume to PO Box 882, Gardiner, MT, 59030. 406-848-7100.
Outlaw’s Pizza is getting ready for the summer season! We are looking to hire some staff for various positions throughout the restaurant such as servers, bartenders, and help in the kitchen! If interested in applying please contact Erin at jkempenterprises@
gmail.com or 406-848-7220 to set up a time to meet.
Yellowstone Gifts & Sweets is hiring for the upcoming FT seasonal position of Sales Associate.
Starting rate is $16.00 with housing available and will start on May 1st. Please apply within or call
Frontier Mercantile, Bugling Elk and High Country Gallery are all gearing up for the summer season! We are looking to hire sales associates, full time or part time. If interested in applying please contact Erin at email@example.com or 406-848-7220 to set up a time to meet.
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Want to join a dynamic and fun team?
Enjoy helping others and working outside?
Looking for flexible hours?
Then we’re the place for you!
Job Opportunities include:
-Camp Host -Front Desk Attendant -Pool Cleaner & Operator -Housekeeping
To send your resume, request an application or for more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
TUMBLWEED BOOKSTORE AND CAFÉ
Currently hiring full and part time positions.
Starting barista wage is $15.50/tips.
Duties include: making coffee, working register, prepping sandwiches, light cleaning, etc.
End of summer bonus given when contract is fulfilled.
For more info contact Anna: 406-223-2751, firstname.lastname@example.org
COME JOIN OUR TEAM!
We are currently looking for a Teller to work Mondays - Fridays 9:00AM
, no experience necessary.
• Have excellent customer service skills.
• Thrive in a team environment.
• Want to learn to grow your skills
This position is eligible for Benefits including Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay.
Apply at MyMeridianTrust.com/Our-Journey/Work
3 Canteen Lane • Yellowstone VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
The U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming is hiring a Judicial Assistant to support U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephanie A.
Hambrick in Yellowstone National Park.
Please email email@example.com with questions.
To apply, see the complete job description, on our website at:
The U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming is hiring a Judicial Assistant to support U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephanie A. Hambrick in
Yellowstone NaƟonal Park.
For quesƟons, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
To apply, see the complete job descripƟon, on our website at:
The following Gardiner Chamber of Commerce Members welcome your business! To find more Gardiner information and trip planning resources please visit www.
VisitGardinerMT.com. Support Gardiner's small businesses and break the chain today! If you are a Member and your business was missed or the information is incorrect, this was not intentional. Please call the Gardiner Chamber of Commerce at 406-848-7971 or email email@example.com, to be included in next week’s edition of the Gardiner Community Newsletter.
Gardiner Chamber of Commerce Business Directory
406 Lodge 406.848.9956
A Sunny Slope Lodge 406.223.7939
Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness Foundation 406.445.3037
Absaroka Lodge 406.848.7414
Adventure Yellowstone 406.585.9041
All Things Wild 301.978.1391
AP Health Advisor 931.264.8729
Arvig Media 888.442.8838
B Bar Ranch 406.848.7729
Be Our Guest 626.664.0774
Bald Mountain Powder Tours 406.224.0043
Bank of the Rockies 406.333.9009
Barnhouse at Slip & Slide Ranch 406.223.6940
Bear Creek Council 406.248.1154
Bear Hearing Solutions 406.333.2547
Bears Brew 406.223.0507
Beehive Espresso 406.548.4869
Big Bear Stampede Sept 10, 2022
Big Sky Ebike Tours & Rentals 406.300.4706 Cabin on the Yellowstone River #4 406.579.4622
Cajun Works cajunworks.com
Chico Hot Springs Resort & Day Spa 406.333.4933
Child Care Connections 406.587.7786
Cinnabear Bakery & Deli
Conoco - Town Station 406.848.7742
Cooke City MT Museum 406.838.2203
Cowboy’s Lodge & Grille 406.848.9175 Diamond Bar Heart Guest Cabin 406.848.2388 DW Burns Plumbing & Heating 406.333.4868 Electric Peak Arts Council Events all year Elk River Art Studio & Gallery 406.848.9449
Emigrant Outpost 406.224.2003
ERA Landmark Western Land 406.222.8700
First Interstate Bank 406.848.7474
Flying Pig Adventure Company 888.792.9193
Follow Yer' Nose BBQ 406.559.7302
Frontier Mercantile 406.848.7220
Gardiner Baptist Church 406.223.4478
Gardiner Community Library 406.848.9176
Gardiner Food Pantry 307.344.9006
Gardiner Gifts & Sweets 406.848.7011
Gardiner Mammoth FM Association 406.223.1037
Gardiner Market 406.848.7524
Gardiner Park County Water & Sewer 406.848.7734
Gateway Hose Company 406.848.7350
Greater Gardiner Community Council 406.848.1883 Greater Yellowstone Coalition 406.586.1593
Grizzly Grille 406.404.9278
Hell's A Roarin' Outfitters 406.848.7578
Hepburn Electric LLC 406.641.0172
High Country Gallery 406.848.7220
Hillcrest Cottages 406.848.7353
House of Clean Inc. 800.223.5082
In Our Nature Guiding Service 406.579.3838 Industrial Towel & Cover Supply 406.222.1131
Iron Horse Bar & Grill 406.848.7888
Jardine Retreat 406.220.2201
Johnstad's Bed & Breakfast and Log Cabin 406.223.9003
Kellem's Montana Saddlery 406.848.7776
Lehrkinds Coca Cola Bottling Co. 406.586.2029 Little People's Learning Center 307.344.9011
Little Trail Creek Cabins 406.223.8595
Livingston Enterprise 406.222.2000
Livingston Healthcare 406.222.3541
Log Cabin Café & Danu's House of the Silver Forest 406.838.2367 Lori & Scott Hamilton, Legacy Lands Realty 406.223.1079
Medcor Inc - Mammoth Clinic 307.344.7965
Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union 307.344.7974
Montana Goods & Grindz 406.848.9433
Montana Guide Service 406.848.7265
Montana Whitewater & Zipline 406.848.7398
Mountain Tacos 406.848.9443
Mountain Valley Veterinary Services 406.599.4549
MSU Park County Extension 406.222.4156
Murray Hotel 406.222.1350
North Entrance Washtub 406.848.9870
North Yellowstone Education Foundation 406.823.0522
North Yellowstone Lodge 406.223.5256
Northwestern Energy 406.582.4637
Old Saloon 406.333.4482
Outlaw's Pizza 406.848.7733
Outside Bozeman 406.582.8068
Paradise Adventure Company 406.333.7183
Paradise Gateway B&B & Vacation Home 406.333.4063
Park Hotel 406.223.7007
Park's Edge Retreat on the Yellowstone 616.450.0010
Parks' Fly Shop 406.848.7314
Prismatic Tours 307.352.9889
Ravens Nest Cabins 406.548.4869
Reedfly Farm 406.228.5448
Red's Blue Goose Saloon 813.484.4090
Rigler's River Rest 406.223.7500
Roam Yellowstone Adventures 406.551.6518
Rockin' HK Outfitters 406.333.4505
Rockin' Y Vacation Rental 406.223.3150
Rocky Mountain RV Park & Cabins 406.848.7251 Roosevelt Hotel - Yellowstone 406.209.4954
Sage Lodge 855.400.0505
Smith Family Ranch 406.848.7477
Specimen Creek Outfitters 406.848.9164
Stafford Animal Shelter 406.222.2111
St. Williams Catholic Church 406.222.1393
Stone Gate Chiropractic 406.425.2421
Story Distributing 406.548.7710
The Corral 406.848.7627
The Ridgeline Hotel at Yellowstone 406.848.4160 The Rusty Rail / Yellowstone Mine 406.848.1090 TrailQuipt Bearspray Rentals 406.848.4064 Travelodge of Gardiner at Yellowstone Park 406.848.7520 Tumbleweed Bookstore & Café 406.848.2225 Upper Yellowstone Roundup Association Rodeo in June
Upriver Yellowstone Cabin 406.640.9000
US Forest Service - Gardiner District 406.848.7375 Walking Shadow Ecology Tours of Yellowstone 406.223.5967
Wild West Rafting 406.848.2252
Wilderness Connection 406.848.7862
Wildflour Bakery 406.224.2847
Wonderland Cafe & Lodge 406.223.1914
Yellowstone Basin Inn 406.848.7080
Yellowstone Big Rock Inn 406.848.9435
Yellowstone Carriage Company 808.212.3750 Yellowstone Condos & Suites 406.262.0880
Yellowstone Destinations 406.589.7350
Yellowstone Dino Lube 406.848.9401
Yellowstone Dino Mart 406.848.9403
Yellowstone Dreamin' Adventures 406.224.1599
Yellowstone Dreamin' Camp 406.224.1599
Yellowstone Forever 406.848.2400
Yellowstone Gateway Inn 406.848.7100
Yellowstone General Stores 406.586.7593
Yellowstone Guide 424.333.4682
Yellowstone Hiking Guides 406.848.1144
Yellowstone Hot Springs RV Park & Campground 406.848.4141
Yellowstone Insight 406.640.1164
Yellowstone International Arts Festival 406.579.6414
Yellowstone Journeys 406.848.1192
Yellowstone Llamas 406.580.5954
Yellowstone Media Design 406.224.0270
Yellowstone Mountain Cabins 406.223.8577
Yellowstone National Park Lodges 307.344.7311
Yellowstone Outpost Mall 406.848.7220
Yellowstone Park Riverfront Cabins 406.570.4500 Yellowstone Park Service Stations 406.848.7333 Yellowstone Photography Tours 406.579.7372
Yellowstone Pizza Company 406.848.9991
Yellowstone Raft Company 406.848.7777
Yellowstone Real Estate Group 406.333.0139
Yellowstone River Motel 406.848.7303
Yellowstone Riverbend Cabin 406.848.1910
Yellowstone Riverside Cottages 406.848.7719
Yellowstone Roughriders 406.559.0969
Yellowstone RV Park & Campground 406.848.7496
Yellowstone Safari Co 406.586.1155
Yellowstone Super 8 406.848.7401
Yellowstone Tipis 406.570.8448
Yellowstone Trip Planning 406.223.3142
Yellowstone Vacations 406.848.5171
Yellowstone Village Inn 406.848.7417
Yellowstone Wild the Gallery 406.240.6968
Yellowstone Wild, LLC 406.224.0001
Yellowstone Wildlife Adventures 406.640.0785
Yellowstone Wolf Tracker 406.223.2152
Yellowstone Wonders 406.224.3561
Yellowstone's Treasure Cabins 406.595.7954
Yellowstone's Wild World 406.641.0931
Gardiner Baptist Church Weds: Ladies Bible Study 6:30pm Thurs: Young Adult group 6:30pm Sat: Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study 8:00am
Sunday: Bible Study 9:30am Church Service at 11:00am, lunch follows.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Sundays: Sacrament Service 10am
St. Williams Catholic Church:
April-September: Mass 8am October-March: Mass 11am St. John’s Episcopal Church (Emigrant)
Sundays: Worship Service 8am Paradise Valley Community Church (1772 East River Rd, Pray) Sundays: Church Service 10:30am
Mt. Republic Chapel of Peace (Cooke City)
Sundays: Worship Service 9:30am Gardiner Community Church Sundays: Worship Service 10:15am Sunday School 9:30am
Community Services & Committees
AA Meeting: Wednesdays, 7pm at St. William’s Catholic Church.
AA Meeting: Wednesdays, 7pm at Mount Republic Chapel of Peace.
Cooke City. 406-838-2397 American Legion Meeting:
2nd Tuesdays, 7pm at the Gardiner Community Center.
Bear Creek Council
Meeting: Monthly at Track Ed Center, 9 Jardine Rd.
For more information: 406-223- 2152 https://northernplains.org/our- local-groups/bear-creek-council/
Electric Peak Arts Council Meeting:
Sept-May, 1st Wednesdays, 5:30pm at Gardiner Visitor Center, 216 Park St.
Gardiner Chamber of
Commerce: Open Mon-Fri: 9am- 5pm. Monthly Board meeting, 3rd Thursdays, 12pm at 216 Park St.
Gardiner Community Library:
Open: Tuesdays 10am-5pm, 6pm- 8pm & Thursdays 6pm-8pm 406-848-9176
Gardiner Food Pantry:
Open: Tuesdays from 1pm-6pm.
Linda Gray 307-344-9006
Gardiner-Park County Water &
Sewer District Board Meeting:
2nd Tuesdays, 6pm at District Office at 430C Main St.
Gardiner Resort Area District Meeting: 2nd Tuesdays, 7pm at Gardiner Visitor Center.
Gardiner School Board Meeting: 2nd Wednesdays, November - March, 6pm &
April - October, 7pm at Gardiner School Library.
Gateway Hose Company:
Board of Trustees Mtg May 16, 2022 @ 7pm at the Fire Hall
Greater Gardiner Community Council Advisory Board Meeting: 1st Tuesdays, 6:30pm www.gardinermt.org
Livingston HealthCare Gardiner Rehab Outreach Clinic: M/W/F, 9am - 4pm at Gardiner Baptist Church.
406-222-7231 or 406-222-3541.
Livingston Lodge #32 A.F. &
A.M. Meeting: 1st Tuesdays, 7pm at Livingston Masonic Temple Social Security Office 3205 N 27th Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59718 877-405-5473
Gardiner Community Newsletter Info
The Gardiner Community Newsletter is published every Wednesday. Deadline for all advertising is Tuesday at noon.
Payment for advertising is due at the time of ad submission unless prior billing arrangements have been made.
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• Regular Line Ad: $8 for the first 40 words, ten cents for each additional word.
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Found, Thank You’s, Condolences, Memorial Services, and free things that normally have a charge (ie: giving a way a bike, or serving a meal for free). Non-profit status does not guarantee a free ad.
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How to submit an ad:
• Email ad to firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Ads can not be submitted over the phone, but you can pay over the phone with a credit card. 406-848-7971.
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