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Local student named to MSU-Bozeman honor roll

BOZEMAN, Mont. – Kristen Ellena of Silverthorne was named to the 2003 spring semester dean’s list at Montana State University in Bozeman.

To make the dean’s list, a student must carry grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Students must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours to earn spots on the honor roll.

Junior golf clinic at the Breckenridge Golf Club June 7

BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Golf Club will conduct a free junior golf clinic from 9-10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 7, for children 5-18.

The club’s professional staff will provide instruction in putting, chipping, the full swing, etiquette and the rules of the golf. Equipment will be provided for juniors if needed.

Preregistration is requested and can be made by calling the pro shop at (970) 453-9104.

Annual Edwin Carter Birthday Party Bash June 7

BRECKENRIDGE – The Summit Historical Society and the Mountain Top Children’s Museum will hold the annual Edwin Carter Birthday Party Bash from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 7, at the Carter Museum, 111 N. Ridge St., Breckenridge.

The celebration will include free birthday cake and lemonade, tours of the Carter Museum, children’s activities and a visit from Shannon Schwab of the Division of Wildlife. Schwab will give a presentation on mammals and raptors, called “Skins, Skulls and Bones.”

Another highlight of the event will be a living history appearance by Edwin Carter, Breckenridge’s famed “Log Cabin Naturalist.”

For more information, call the Summit Historical Society at (970) 453-9022 or go online to http://www.summithistorical.org.

The Summit Historical Society offers year-round tour and museum programming throughout the county. The Mountain Top Children’s Museum provides a year-round museum in Breckenridge at 505 S. Main St. and a summer camp program on Peak 8 at the Children’s Castle. For more information on the children’s museum, please call (970) 333-7353.

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