Holiday season

Ring in the holiday season

Havre Daily News / Devyn Thompson

Le Havre is cheering on the executive director of the long-term prevention committee, central defender Tim Brurud, at an event organized by the donors of the boys and girls club of the Hi-Line Festival of Trees on Friday. Online auctions in the donated tree auction ended on Saturday.

After Thanksgiving community dinners kicked off the holiday season in Chinook and Havre on Thursday, the Christmas season quickly followed with events on Friday and Saturday.

Le Havre Elks Lodge # 1201 held its annual Cocktails and Crafts Friday at the lodge, and Hi-Line’s Boys & Girls Club hosted another small event that night in the club for some of its Festival donors. trees.

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Brianna Côté

As it did last year during the COVID-19 pandemic, the club held the auction for its online fundraiser, with the auction closing on Saturday, but had organized mini-events for them. donors, which ended on Friday.

And Christmas celebrations kicked into high gear Friday in Chinook, with the silent auction of the city’s Festival of Trees as well as a performance of the Bell Choir at First Bank of Montana, while vendors settled into the Blaine County Fairgrounds community building with a special appearance in this location by Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus.

A dinner service was held at Chinook’s Eagles Club, with the first event, the annual Parade of Lights, starting at 6 p.m.

And events are also planned in the region until December. Watch Havre Daily News for updates on upcoming events.

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