Oct 29 2012
We got a note today from Wade Muehlhof, Public Affairs Officer for the Flathead National Forest, announcing a “Flathead Forest Friday” breakfast at the Nite Owl in Columbia Falls on Friday, November 16. The idea is to let folks know what is going on in the district and to respond to questions and comments. It sounds like they are planning to make this a regular, every two months event. Here’s the official notice . . .
Please help spread the word in the North Fork!
Come meet and greet the new Hungry Horse/Glacier View District Ranger Rob Davies at the November Flathead Forest Friday breakfast on Friday, November 16, 2012 from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Nite Owl on Highway 2 in Columbia Falls.
In addition to Ranger Davies, Spotted Bear District Ranger Deb Mucklow will be available for information and questions. Deb will provide an overview of this summer’s work on the Spotted Bear district and the fires in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, but mostly we want to hear your questions and find out what is on your mind.
The Flathead National Forest will coordinate a no-host breakfast meeting every-other month with the goal of sharing good food, great company, and a little information about what’s happening on our National Forest.
I hope you will join Rangers Davies and Mucklow for our November Flathead Forest Friday breakfast at the Nite Owl. If you plan to attend or have any questions, please notify Public Affairs Officer Wade Muehlhof at email@example.com or (406) 758-5252 by November 14.
(By the way, I’m pretty sure “no-host breakfast” means everyone pays for their own meal.)