The winner of the Henry "Golden Boyâ 45-70 rifle was Don Renner from Glasgow, MT. The ticket was sold by Post 3107 Glasgow, MT.
The winner of the AR-15 raffle was Canyon Rehbein from Lambert, MT. The winning ticket was sold by Post 4099 in Sidney, MT.
The last three winners of the Henry Rifle Raffle were announced at the state convention in Kalispell on June 15th. Sheila Johnson of Troy won the gun safe, Tom Johnson of E. Helena won the Henry 45-70 and Keith Aune of Three Forks won the Montana VFW Tribute Edition Henry .22.
The May Raffle winner was Alice Lehmann from Billings.
Jeff Schepp of East Helena was the winner in our April drawing for a Henry rifle. Jeff won a Henry brass 30-30. Congratulations to Jeff and good luck to everyone in the upcoming drawings.
Diana Fryling of Helena was the winner in the March Henry rifle raffle.
Montana's VOD winner in the top 20 in National Voice of Democracy competition.
Joe Welter Commander of Absarokee Post 7311 won a Henry Military Tribute rifle in this months drawing.
B.J. Lawrence and Montford Borlaug won rifles in the Mid-Winter drawings.
Austin Amestoy of Laurel was the State winner in the 2017-2018 Voice of Democracy competition.
Brenna Murnion was announced as the State winner in the 2017-2018 Patriot's Pen Competition.
The December winner in our Henry Rifle raffle was Ryan Ronke of Great Falls, MT. Ryan won a Henry golden Boy .22. Congratulations to Ryan and good luck at the Mid-Winter meeting where there will be two winners.
The second Henry rifle has been won by Penny Kunda of Helena
Missoula Post 209 delivers Santa Socks for Christmas.
East Helena Post 10010 donates 76 Thanksgiving baskets for needy families in East Helena.
Doug Braun of Columbus VFW Post 4762 donates a 23 passenger bus to the National Home for Children.
The first Henry rifle raffle winner has been drawn. The winner was Fritz Mihelcic of Illinois. Congratulations to Fritz and good luck to all in the upcoming drawings.
Panel discussion on "The Experience of War & the Trauma We Bring Home" Thursday, November 2 at 11:00 am Ft. Harrison Regional Training Institute (RTI) Auditorium. With veterans from a variety of cultural perspectives and wartime experience, we will talk about how the traumatic effects of deployment reverberates throughout history from World War I and the present. Free and open to the public. For information, contact LTC Mark J. McGinley G3/Training Officer 406-324-3238 Mark.firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.lclibrary.org