Sheridan Farmers’ Market begins Thursday June 6th,
4 pm to 6 pm at Main Street Park, Sheridan
2013 ROTARY SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED
following graduating students from Twin Bridges and Sheridan High Schools have
been awarded scholarships from the Twin Bridges Rotary Club in the
amount of $800.each. Two scholarships are awarded by the Rotary Club from each
high school annually. One scholarship is
for students attending a Montana
college in a four year curriculum. The other scholarship is for students
attending a college of technology, two year curriculum in any state.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, probability of success,
service to school and community and financial need.
High School Awardees:
Tilstra; will attend Montana
and major in Community Health with future plans to obtain a Counseling Degree.
Novich; will attend Helena
and pursue a career as a diesel mechanic and welder.
Grover; will attend Montana
and major in Pre-Med or Engineering; possibly Bio-Medical Engineering and
pursue a career in that field.
Guinnane; will attend Montana Tech to pursue a Lineman
Bridges Rotary Club is very pleased to present the Scholarship Awards
to these deserving graduates and thanks all applicants for their interest in
its ongoing scholarship programs. The club is also pleased in its ability to
increase the individual awards to $800.these past years and thanks the Ruby Valley
communities for their assistance in the Club’s fundraising efforts.
Above photo found by Larry Otheim. Does anyone know when they built the second story onto Jensens? Below is an almost same photo of the street from last winter.
Had a blast at the Ruby Valley 2013 Business Expo. May 4, 2013
Thank you for the good times Ruby Valley Chamber!
Fair info is here!
*Sheridan Main Street Improvement team gets their very own website!
*We have a new slideshow program! If you'd like to check it out, go to the Summer Festival page and at the bottom are photos of the parade and performances.
Free Wi-Fi access on Main Street between Hamilton and Mill Creek is provided by Frank Colwell, Managing Broker, Prudential Montana Real Estate
Sheridan is known as the “heart of the Ruby Valley” and for good reason. Five majestic mountain ranges surround this beautiful community providing a spectacular view in any direction and easy access to the national forests. The Ruby River winds through the valley just west of the town providing excellent fishing & hunting for the sportsman or a relaxed atmosphere for people who just like to take it all in.
For the water recreation enthusiasts, there is the Ruby Reservoir just 20 miles south of town. You can also travel short distances in any direction and find a place to ski, hunt, fish, swim, enjoy the old west history or just relax. The town of Sheridan also provides many services for such a beautiful little town.
With only a population of a little over 700 people, the town provides services such as a hospital, library, emergency response unit, pool, several parks, nursing home and most recently a “hot zone” for wireless internet for the traveler that has been on the road for a long time and is looking for a place to stop and catch up on news or family or even conduct business. So, no matter what you are looking for, whether it is relaxation, recreation, a place to get away from it all or work & settle down, Sheridan welcomes you with open arms. Chris Mumme - former Mayor of Sheridan
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