Local club thanks supporters

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Members of the Montecahto Club are thanking everyone who purchased our pasties again this year. Thanks to you, we had a successful fundraiser. Special thanks go to folks who helped us: Chip Kurtzenbaum and Gull Printing; Anderson Broadcasting; Lake City Bakery; Kathy and Roger Starkel; and Diane and Les Buchmann.

All of you make us smile!

The Montecahto Club is inviting new members, and we welcome newcomers. As both a service and social club, we offer an annual scholarship to a Polson high school student, send packages to the troops, volunteer at Soup’s On in Polson, and more. In addition, our two-story clubhouse is available for community use.

The Montecahto clubhouse is located on the East Shore at mile marker 6 – across from the Finley Point Grill and next to the Finley Point Fire Department. The club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with no political or religious affiliation. For more information, please contact member Alice Erb at 250-3189.

One more time: Thank you!

Sincerely,

Montecahto Club

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