Tuesday, Jan. 7 — Summit Independent Living is hosting a seminar at Mineral County Hospital in
Superior in the Ponderosa Building starting at 5 p.m. Their Living Well Program will present details on their 10-week peer led work shops designed for anyone over the age of 18 who wants to set and achieve personal goals. Snacks will be provided and the public is invited. For information please call 728-1630.
Friday, Jan. 10 – Mineral County Performing Arts Council presents a night with Scott Kirby. Starting at 7 p.m. at the LDS Church in Superior. Information contact Jim Goss at 822-5000.
Saturday, Jan. 11 — Superior Community Church Monthly Ladies Mission Meeting. 10:30 a.m. at
Whipped Up Restaurant. Open to the public. Contact Pastor Grey Repke at 822-3225.
Monday, Jan. 13 — Montana Wildlife and Parks will hold an open to the public meeting at Superior High School in the multipurpose room starting at 7 p.m. The FWP is seeking public input on the proposals for the 2020-21 hunting seasons.
Wednesday, Jan. 15 — The Old School Rock Car Show Club will hold its monthly meeting at 5 p.m. in the Commissioner’s Room in the Superior County Courthouse. Open to the public.
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St. Regis Senior Center January Menu
The Senior Center offers free rides in the St. Regis area. Pickup at home and deliver back home. Call Lori at 406-239-4682.
- Jan. 9 - Hot roast pork and gravy green salad, coleslaw with apples, dessert.
- Jan. 16 - Hot meat loaf sandwiches, mash potatoes with gravy, soup and green salad, dessert. • Jan. 23 - Chicken and noodles or chicken and dumplings, cooked carrots, apple and celery salad, green salad, vegetable soup and dessert.
Jan. 27 - soups, jello, green salad, corn bread, apple, chocolate or lemon pie.
Jan. 31 - burger potato au gratin, green salad, cranberry apple salad soup, biscuits and desserts.
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