Submitted by vsample on Sun, 2019-04-28 11:31
On April 28th Missouri Valley Marketing sent a letter to Larry Lambert, President/CEO of Lambert Hotels, a letter asking Lambert Hotels to consider building a new hotel in the Townsend/Silos area.
To view the letter click on Letter to Lambert Hotels
To view supporting documents click on:
Submitted by vsample on Sun, 2019-03-31 06:32
The Missouri Valley Marketing Trivia Night Team - Keith Kirscher, Robin Kirscher, Ross Johnson, Diane Johnson, Phil Clark, Pam Sample, Vic Sample - were the top team on Thursday night at the Broadwater Educational Foundation Trivia Night. After a great taco dinner supplied by the Foundation the Trivia Night event was started.
Submitted by vsample on Sat, 2019-03-30 14:13
MVM host Southwest Montana at The Lodge in Townsend
On March 27 Missouri Valley Marketing (MVM) hosted the Southwest Montana Board meeting at the newly renovated “Lodge in Townsend”. Over 35 people from the 9 nine county Southwest Montana region including 10-15 people from Broadwater County attended the meeting. Lunch was catered by Mountie Moose Bakery with a welcoming assortment of sandwiches, salads, chips and desserts.
Submitted by vsample on Sat, 2019-03-30 14:10
“Seniors Dinner and a Movie Night “ a big Success
On March 21 Missouri Valley Marketing held the initial “Dinner and a Movie Night” at the Senior Center. Close to 20 seniors attended the event and enjoyed a spaghetti bolognese dinner with appetizer, salad, bread sticks and dessert then enjoyed watching “The Apple Dumpling Gang” movie.
The event was free and open to anyone 55 or older.
Submitted by vsample on Sat, 2019-01-26 10:00
If you have an interest in community theater, please join a newly formed group of theater enthusiasts who would like to involve Broadwater County residents. A startup meeting is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 6pm at the Library Community Room in the school.
Whether you prefer to be the star of the show, or enjoy building props, setting up lighting and sound or just sitting in the audience enjoying the show, this meeting is one that will spark your interest.
Submitted by vsample on Wed, 2019-01-09 13:02
Missouri Valley Marketing held the 2019 Annual Meeting on January 9th at the Most Wanted Realty office. As part of the meeting Officers and Board Members were elected.
Jenni Bonser was elected President of MVM for 2019. Nichole Brown is now the Vice President and Vic Sample was elected Secretary/Treasurer.
The MVM officers are automatically MVM Board members. Pam Sample and LaRinda Spencer were relected to their Board Positions.
Submitted by vsample on Tue, 2018-12-11 09:57
2017 was our first year of activity in the community. We did a lot that first year - but that was just a warmup!
This is a summary of the MVM activity in 2018:
- This year we organized the Community Cleanup in May. Last year we had 17 volunteers. This year we had almost 40 volunteers.
Submitted by vsample on Wed, 2018-12-05 12:30
This year the Missouri Valley Marketing decorated the gazebo downtown in preparation for hosting Santa during the Christmas stroll. The gazebo was decked out with Christmas lights, wreaths, bulbs and a decorated Christmas tree. A "throne" was provided for Santa to entertain the children. Townsend Rotary let us use canvas panels to enclose the gazebo and a propane heater so we could keep it warm in the Gazebo.
Submitted by vsample on Thu, 2018-09-20 11:47
On Sept 19, 2018 Missouri Valley Marketing hosted the monthly Southwest Montana Marketing. Southwest Montana Marketing is a non-profit organization dedicated to marketing Southwest Montana for tourism. The organization consists of members from local organizations in the towns and cities of Southwest Montana.
Submitted by vsample on Sun, 2018-09-16 12:32
Pickleball has become a very popular game for the Townsend School students. Last year David Lawson arranged for members of the local Pickleball Club to teach pickleball to his students in his PE classes. Many of the kids loved playing pickleball and want to continue to play the sport.
This year Mr. Lawson bought 3 portable pickleball nets for the school. The nets can be put up and taken down in the school gyms without interfering with the other sports played in the gyms.