Sponsor:          *       P&M RUNNERS       *
       Saturday February 20, 2016 - Distances: 3 Miles or "Ozzie's" 7.3 Miles
                                                  Start Time 10:00 a.m.
ENTRY FEE:  Age 14 and Under - $10      Age 15 & Over - $20 ($25 after February 14, 2016)
                       Entry Fee Includes Long Sleeve T-Shirt and Refreshments
                       T-SHIRT NOT GUARANTEED AFTER FEBRUARY 14th, 2016!!!
PRE-REGISTRATION AND PACKET PICK-UP:  Friday, February 19th from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. at
                                    Perkins Restaurant, 2900 Harrison Avenue, Butte, MT
    ((Or Mail Application to:  P&M Runners, 1742 Thornton, Butte, MT 59701))
                                           Attn:  Bruce Robinson, 723-8662
   APPLICATIONS or RACE INFORMATION:  buttespissandmoanrunners.com
RACE DAY REGISTRATION:  8:30-9:45 AM - Montana Tech HPER Building Lobby
                                                                          1301 West Park Street, Butte, MT
                                         *No Race Day changes                    *Entry Fee is non-refundable
                                    Race Held Regardless of Weather Conditions!
                          CASH AWARDS:           Overall Male and Female Winners
                   ++++++++    WALKERS WELCOME IN 3 MILE ONLY!!   ++++++++

The Butte Sunrise Kiwanis are selling their 2016 Dining and More Coupon booklets now!  This is the 21st year of the club raising funds with the sales of the books.  This year the proceeds go to fund the Bring Up Grades programs that is held in all of Butte's elementary schools.  The booklet is valued at well over $300 and sells for only $20!  The booklet can be purchased at Leisure Way Barbershop or by calling 491-2530.
"Please tune in to Carin Sullivan's Midday Show on 95.5 KMBR, "Valentine's Week" and you may win a fun Valentine's Gift
             Tickets for two to see "Harmony of Rock" a Concert Tribute to Three Dog Night and the music of the early 1970's at the
             Butte Civic Center on Saturday, Feb. 13th ... and
             A "Heart Shaped Pizza" Gift Certificate from Papa Murphy's Take 'n Bake Pizza.
Valentine's FUN...all next week with Carin Sullivan...starting at 9 a.m. on 95.5 KMBR.

The Butte Knights of Columbus Butte Council #668 is holding its monthly (October through April) Second Sunday fundraiser breakfast this coming Sunday.  Proceeds from this month's breakfast will go to the CASEY BOYLE & KYLE BURGMAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND.  Casey and Kyle were tragically lost in a car accident on August 10, 2015.  The proceeds from the breakfast will be donated to a scholarship fund set up by their families and friends.
The Butte Community so generously reaches out to us during our yearly fundraiser (The K of C Calcutta) which allows us to maintain our 99 year old historic building.  The Knights of Columbus Butte Council #668 holds these breakfasts to give back to our community.  Over the past couple years, we have raised thousands of dollars which is then given to local charities from our breakfast event.  Past charities have included Our Lady of the Rockies, Mining City Christmas, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butte, Coats for Kids, Toys for Tots, Butte Food Bank, Butte Catholic Youth Group, St. Lawrence Roof Project, Butte Central Guardian Angel Scholarship Fund, Butte American Legion Baseball and Spirit of Columbian Garden Carousel.
Butte Council 668 is committed to making our community a better place to live.  Thank  you for helping get the word out.
WHAT:  FUNDRAISER BREAKFAST at Knights of Columbus
WHEN:  SUNDAY February 14, 2016
TIME:  8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
WHERE:  K of C Hall 224 West Park Street
FOOD:  Buffet Breakfast---French Toast, Bacon, Sausage, Hash Browns, Eggs, Coffee and Juice
Questions Please Call:
K of C 782-2891

Spotlight school for the month of February:
West Elementary School

To vote for your favorite teacher, go to one of the two Pork Chop Johns locations in Butte.
Congratulations to January's
 Teacher of the Month as Voted by You:
Carmie Dunbar

  • On this Day February 12, 2007
    During a press conference at West Hollywood's Whisky a Go Go club Sting confirmed that The Police were getting back together. The band were set to kick off a world tour on May 28 in Vancouver, Canada, supported by Sting's son Joe Sumner's band, Fiction Plane.
  • On this Day February 12, 2000
    US blues singer Screamin' Jay Hawkins died aged 70. A Golden Gloves boxing champion at 16, he was married nine times, spent two years in jail, was temporary blinded by one of his flaming props on stage in 1976. He recorded 'I Put A Spell On You' in 1956, covered by The Animals and Nina Simone.
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