BRIEFS - Sept. 10

Friday, September 10, 2021

• The annual Nite Owl Run kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10 at Meyer’s Lane at the Livingston HealthCare parking lot. Participants may pick up their packets at the Livingston Civic Center between 3 and 6:15 p.m. today, and may register at that time. An after-race barbecue is planned for race participants and volunteers at the Miles Park band shell, where Benson’s Landing String Band will play. 

 

• The Trustees for Park County Rural Fire District #1 will hold a regular monthly meeting on Monday, Sept. 13. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the training room at 304 East Park Street. A full agenda is available at the same location.

 

AAUW Park Branch is having their first meeting of the season on Saturday, Sept. 18, at 10 a.m. at the gazebo in Sacajawea Park. Anyone interested in learning more about the group and its mission is welcomed to join. Brunch will be served.

 

• There will be a Park County Board of Health meeting at noon on Friday, Sept. 17 in the Community Room of the City-County Complex.  Call Trish Fievet at 222-4145 for more information. A call-in option is available: phone # 571-748-4021,   PIN# 668 1791#.

 

City residents can still sign up for a free box fan air filter from the city of Livingston. With some residents struggling with air quality issues during wildfire season, the city partnered with Livingston’s True Value, ACE Hardware and volunteers from Expedition Church to provide residents with inexpensive and effective units to improve air quality in their homes. Sign up for one at the city’s web page at https://www.livingstonmontana.org/community/webform/box-fan-air-filter.

 

• Are you 60 years or older? Would it be nice if someone else made you a lunch and then delivered it to your house? Gardiner’s Lunch 4U Senior Program does just that. If you are over 60 and interested in having a healthy lunch delivered to your door, contact Linda Gray at (307) 250-5853.

 

The Montana Tobacco Quit Line is a free service available to all Montanans to help them achieve their goal of a tobacco-free life. The quit line offers free and reduced cost medications, counseling, personalized quit plans to all callers, and dedicated tailored programs for pregnant women and Native American callers to create the best opportunity for success. Call 1-800-QUIT NOW (1-800-784-8669), or visit www.QuitNowMontana.com to enroll.

 

Park County Rural Address will replace faded or lost rural address numbers for free. To receive replacement rural address numbers, call the Park County Rural Addressing Office at 222-4100, ext. 4275 or email sjay@parkcounty.org.