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City Club Missoula – Montana art scene is having a ‘renaissance,’ museum director Rafael Chacón says

Chacón, the executive director of the MMAC, explored this growth during a talk, “Montana’s Arts Renaissance: Treasure State’s Rise,” on Monday during the City Club Missoula luncheon at the DoubleTree Hotel. Citing a recent report, he…

City Club of Missoula Presents: Montana’s Arts Renaissance – 12/9

In his presentation to City Club Missoula, Dr. Rafael Chacón will document the remarkable resurgence of the arts in our community and state, how that came to be, and what it means for Montana and Montanans.

City Club Missoula – Cybersecurity expert Sherri Davidoff: Businesses must be proactive to fend off ransomware

“There are tons of instances of people getting hit and nobody knows about it,” said Davidoff.

How to make your employees care about cybersecurity: 10 tips

Employees are a company’s greatest asset, but also its greatest security risk.

City Club Missoula – Cathy Cole: University of Montana pumps time, energy, resources into better recruitment, retention 

Cole said 130,000 students have landed in the inquiry pool for potential admission next year.

City Club Missoula – Videos of past luncheons courtesy of MCAT

They are available shortly after each event for those unable to attend or wishing to review the community discussion.

Event attendees say City Club Missoula denied them opportunity to question Sen. Daines

“And really we believe that we’re in a climate crisis, and (Daines) failed to acknowledge it at any point the entire time he was in that room, which is a problem.”

City Club Missoula – Senator Steve Daines opposes gun legislation; supports hardened schools, early intervention

“I don’t think the answer is more gun control. We’re not going to be safer with more gun control.

Census Officials Dodge Citizenship Question During City Club Missoula Event

“What’s at stake is basically two things: power and money.”

City Club Missoula: U.S. Census officials fear social media disinformation campaigns

“Missoula County has stepped forward and they’re running with it. We’re very thankful for that,”


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