Range Riders Reps members discuss their final meeting, potluck on Oct. 11

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Star Staff

Members of the Range Riders Reps gathered Wednesday at the Range Riders Museum for their September meeting.

During the meeting, led by Amorette Allison, president, members discussed the group’s final meeting, which will be Wednesday evening, Oct. 11, according to the Reps’ minutes. Mary Rose Bovee, secretary, will write a letter to members informing them that the Range Riders Reps will pay their first year of membership to the Range Riders organization. The letter also will inform members about the group’s last meeting, which will include a joint potluck with the Range Riders. Those attending should bring a salad or dessert.

The Rep’s Christmas party will be Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the back room at the Rib and Chop House.

A Chocolate Confectionary is planned for the Fall Festival, which will be in October. This event will be discussed at the Oct. 11 meeting.

Allison reported she noticed that a framed list of all the teachers who taught at the school house on the museum grounds was faded. She volunteered to type up a new copy to place next to the faded list.

Bunny Miller, curator of the museum, presented her report for August and September. There were 25 functions for a total of 60 for the year. So far 32 are booked for 2018. Several donations to the museum have been received. A “Memories of Miles City” book will be available in December. Three bus tours have visited the museum and there will be one more in October.

The final meeting of the Range Riders Reps will be Oct. 11 starting at 5:15 p.m.

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