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Park County Community Journal

 

A Livingston Montana newspaper dedicated to serving the
Park County Montana Community

 

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PCCJ Menu Guide 2017

The Best of Park County 2017

Holiday Gift Guide 2017

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Windy Way Rock Shop

The Pampered Chef

Stafford Animal Shelter

David Rust Carpet

David Rust Carpet

Junke's Montana Junk and Antiques

Back Porch Quilts

American Automotive

United in Light Draft Horse Sanctuary

Poinsettias for Peace

Aspen, Abuse support & prevention education network

As the holidays approach and the weather gets colder, many families and communities in Montana see an increase in need. Though domestic violence takes no vacation and continues to impact women and men at astounding rates no matter the time of year, ASPEN also feels this increased need for services during these winter months. To aid in meeting these needs, ASPEN has several fundraisers for donation raising this holiday season. A significant annual fundraiser is Poinsettias for Peace--this holiday season decorate your home or office with a beautiful holiday poinsettia

from ASPEN. Red and white poinsettias are available in 4.5”, 6.5” and 8” pots. Quantities are limited and poinsettias will be hand delivered the week of November 27th. Interested parties can visit www.aspenmt.org/events and download an order form, call our office at 222-5902, or visit us at Livingston’s Annual Holiday Expo on November 18th to order.

All proceeds benefit the domestic and sexual violence shelter and aide in ending violence in our community. Thanks so much for your support!

Best of 2017

More highlights from this month's edition
Celebrate Apples in November through Livingston’s Harvest of the Month Program!

Jerry Ladewig and Bob Parker, 2 of the 3 co-founders of the Emigrant Neighbors group, standing in front of the proposed gravel pit property. Photo by Mark Seaver of Emigrant.

Farm to Cafeteria in Livingston is participating in a community local food purchasing initiative with the help of the Montana Harvest of the Month (HOM) Program. Local, seasonal...

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Homecoming for Kade Kastelitz, playing live at the Attic

by Jake Boehler

Throw the Fight

The year was 1995. It was early October and the weather was perfect for the town to shut down part...

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November 15th, 2017 edition

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