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City Club Missoula – Getting Schooled: Perspectives on Public Education in Montana – 9/19 – 11:30 – In Person and Streamed

The panel, featuring State Representative David Bedey, McCall Flynn, the Executive Director of the Montana Board of Public Education, and Lance Melton, Executive Director of the Montana School Board Association, will cover such topics as the roles of school boards, parental involvement, curriculum development and content, as well as teacher accreditation and licensure requirements.

Five innovations helping charities

From an NFT marketplace for good causes, to an app that connects donors to the homeless, discover innovations that are helping charities and non-profits to thrive

Full Video – City Club Missoula Presents – Montana 1st Congressional District Forum – Lamb, Tranel and Zinke Tell Us What They Believe – Full Video

A sell out crowd participated with  City Club Missoula on Monday, August 8 for a town hall-style forum featuring Montana’s 1st Congressional District candidates John Lamb, Monica Tranel, & Ryan Zinke.
Sally Mauk, formerly of MTPR, will moderate the forum which will feature candidate remarks, Table Talk, and audience questions.

Lamb, Tranel and Zinke square off in City Club Missoula Forum as Montana’s District 1 Congressional race heats up

The opening question set a fiery tone to the debate.

Today’s City Club Missoula Congressional Forum (John Lamb, Monica Tranel, & Ryan Zinke) will be livestreamed at 11am

Today’s  Event   For the first time in 30 years, Montanans are considering a ballot with two new congressional districts as a result of population growth reflected in the 2020 census. The stakes are especially…

City Club Missoula Presents – Montana’s 1st Congressional District Candidate Forum August 8, 2022

For the first time in 30 years, Montanans are considering a ballot with two new congressional districts as a result of population growth reflected in the 2020 census. The stakes are especially high in District 1, which includes the ideologically diverse populations of Missoula, Kalispell, the Bitterroot, Bozeman, Butte, and more.

City Club Missoula hosts discussion about future of Marshall Mountain

The nearly $2 million goal of the project is to preserve and protect the 320 acres located in East Missoula.

City Club Missoula – The Future of Marshall Mountain **IN PERSON!** July 11, 2022 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Community stakeholders are working to develop a Master Plan for a regional outdoor recreation “Mountain Park” at Marshall Mountain.

City Club Missoula – Tourism promoters now searching for solutions to tourist crowding – City Club returns to in person luncheons at the Double Tree in June! Reserve your seat now.

On Monday, City Club Missoula hosted a panel discussion on “Destination Stewardship: How can we keep from “loving Montana to death?” The four guests – all of whom are associated with the tourism industry – said the sudden growth in the numbers of tourists coming to Montana have them scrambling to try to figure out what to do.

University of Montana poll: Quality of life down, growth too fast – City Club Missoula – Destination Stewardship: How Can We Keep From “Loving Montana to Death?” May 9 – Zoom

How do decision-makers ‘keep Montana from being loved to death’?