Shields Valley to host a dessert theatre next Saturday

Jean Skillman

Shields Valley High School will be having dessert theatre on Saturday, Dec. 2, in the Wilsall Gymnasium. The drama department, BPA (Business Professionals of America), and the high school art department are all working together to put together this community event. Dessert will be served at 6:30 p.m., and the play, “Sleeping Beauty and the Beast”, will begin at 7 p.m. There is no reserved seating, so be sure to arrive a few minutes early. Tickets are $12. Please contact Lacey Arthun, Lori Sarrazin, or any student participating in the play, BPA, or call the high school at 686-4621 to purchase your tickets.

• A beginning quilting class is planned for January. It will meet weekly for two months in Wilsall. Time and place will be announced later. Call Patti Hoyem at 578-2134 for more information and to register for the class.
• A craft group meets at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the Shields Valley Senior Center in Wilsall.

Club news
• The Brackett Creek Women’s Club met Nov. 15 at the home of Kay Hays with 11 members and one guest present. Dues were collected. They admired a beetle killed wood chest for holding blankets. It was reported that the dinner for the Bridger Canyon Fire Department went well and a thank you note from them was read. Hats and gloves were turned in to be given to the Shields Valley Elementary School in Wilsall. They discussed their Christmas family. A list of ideas for possible club projects was presented and discussed. It was reported that club members should be aware of mountain lions and drones that have been seen in the area.
Guest speaker George Hadenhorse from Greater Gallatin United Way told the club members the ways the club can help and told them of the things United Way works with, like homelessness, reading programs, mental health, senior stability and more. The money raised here stays in the community. Greater Gallatin United Way also works in Park and Meagher Counties.
Refreshments of scones, chocolate covered pretzels and fruit were served. Sonja Loeser had tote bags to give to members wanting one.
• The Clyde Park Women’s Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Judy Crafton. The  main topic of business was planning putting up Christmas lights in Holliday Park and decorating Outlaw Park for Christmas. The next meeting is Dec. 20 at the home of Becky Amunrud.

The Clyde Park Bridge Club met Nov. 15 at Clyde Park Tavern and Cafe. with Joyce Sarrazin as hostess. Prize winners were Bob Eyman, high; and  Ken DeBoer, bingo.
Winners of the Nov. 21 Senior Citizens card party were Betty Burdette, first; Jean Skillman, second; Marge Briggs, low; and Marie Smith, traveling.

School Schedule
• Nov. 23: There is no school on Thanksgiving Day.
• Nov. 30: The elementary and junior high boys play basketball starting at 4 p.m. in Big Timber. The high school play dress rehearsal is at 2:15 p.m. in the Wilsall school gym.