Funds for Shed Heads
Submitted by Jeff Platt
Search around Libby or Pioneer Junction and it won’t take long for you to find a “Shed Head,” the loving name given to staff and loyal customers of The Shed restaurant on Highway 2. After a fire Monday this community is now trying to rally support to help keep The Shed’s owners and staff financially secure while the restaurant recovers.
“Most importantly, it’s the community that will be missed; being known in a familiar place,” Diane Sommer wrote on GoFundMe. “The owners, Cora and Chris and their employees are now left devastated while they support each other and decide what’s next.”
Sommer started a GoFundMe hoping to raise $10,000 to get her fellow Shed Heads through the next few weeks, if not months.
To view the GoFundMe, please visit: https://gf.me/v/c/zsdr/owners-and-employees-of-the-shed
True Value Ladies Night
Thursday Nov.17 night was a success for True values ladies night! The holes were filled with discounted items, snacks, and lots of excited ladies! Pink Bench Distilling served mocktails, the raffles were full, and the staff was attentive. Photo by Ashley South, The Montanian.
Paint It Pink Fundraisers
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Local businesses and community members continue to give to this program because they are generous, and they care about the impact that it has on their neighbors, friends, and family members. It was another wonderful October in Lincoln County!”
If you are interested in getting involved in the Paint It Pink program or holding your own PIP fundraiser or awareness event next year, please contact Paula (283-7221) at Cabinet Peaks Medical Center.
If you would like more information about how to receive a free mammogram through the Paint It Pink program, please speak with your health care provider.
Submitted by Paula Collins, CPMC