Friends of the Library annual meeting, guest speaker Scott McMillion
After 20 years of covering the environment, natural resources, politics and other issues for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Scott McMillion purchased the Montana Quarterly, where he remains editor-in-chief, publisher and janitor.
At the Friends of the Library Annual Meeting, Monday, January 21, at 7 p.m., McMillion will talk about how being a journalist based in Livingston has given him the chance to meet fascinating folks ranging from Al Gore to Newt Gingrich, use horses, canoes, planes and ATVs to research stories, and be surrounded by people he writes about, which is a good incentive to get the story right.
Author of Mark of the Grizzly, McMillion also edited and contributed to Montana, Warts and All. His freelance work has
appeared in newspapers, magazines and books around the nation.
A Livingston native who left as soon as he could after high school, McMillion wandered the world with a backpack for a dozen years, then came back home, where he plans to stay.
The FOL event will begin with a brief business meeting where members will vote for 2019 officers, followed by McMillion’s presentation and refreshments.
The program is free and open to the public. FOL memberships can be purchased at the meeting for those interested in supporting our local library, but are not required.
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