Wilsall Community Events is accepting donation requests

Jean Skillman — Shields Valley Correspondent
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
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Stan Urban, left, and Clay Williams put up flags at the Wilsall Cemetery Friday for the Memorial Day weekend.

Wilsall Community Events is now accepting donation requests.

WCE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing quality events and projects in the Wilsall Community. Proceeds from the annual Wilsall Ranch Rodeo have been contributed to the Wilsall Rodeo Grounds, Wilsall Veterans Park, Park County Stockgrowers Scholarship, Wilsall Cemetery and other activities through the years.

WCE is now looking for projects or events in the Wilsall area to support. If your organization could use some help improving the community, WCE wants to help. 

If you have such a project in the works, send your information to Cindy Block at cndblock@gmail.com. Include contact name and phone number, organization name, and project details, including what, where, when and how much it will cost.



The Shields Valley United Methodist Church gave scholarships to Shields Valley High School Seniors Molly Engle and Joseph Bennett.


Church news 

• Ed Nollmeyer of Wilsall will be the guest speaker at the 10:45 morning worship service Sunday, June 2, at the Wilsall Community Church.

• All four Park County United Methodist Churches, Shields Valley, Pine Creek, Grace and Holbrook, will meet at their regular times Sunday, June 2. Shields Valley United Methodist Church meets at 9 a.m. in Clyde Park. The four churches will meet at 11 a.m. Sunday, June 9, at Pine Creek United Methodist Church. 


50-year anniversary

Darrell and Arlene Gee celebrate 50 years of marriage from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at the Community Hall in Clyde Park.



• Wilsall Women’s Pinochle Club met Monday afternoon at the Shields Valley Senior Center. The prize winners were Gail Reinhardt, high; Betty Burdette, low; and Linda Wilson, traveling. 

• Winners of the May 28 Senior Citizens card party were Georgia Hogenson, first; Linda Wilson, second; and Jean Skillman, low.