Triangle Communications grants benefit non-profit organizations

Two Hobson organizations among grantees

 

Triangle Communications is supporting eight Central Montana non-profit organizations through the Triangle 4-H Beef Grant Program. Each year Triangle purchases 4-H livestock at local fairs in its service area; processing and packaging is done by area processors. Non-profit organizations in the area can apply for the grant to be used in their daily operations or for fundraising purposes. Winners are chosen by random drawing from all eligible applications received. 

This year’s winners include Judith River Senior Center, Hobson; Hobson Women’s Club; American Legion Post 25, White Sulphur Springs; Friends of Beaver Creek Park, Havre; Great Plains Dinosaur Museum, Malta; Highwood Community Food Bank, Fort Benton; Molt Volunteer Fire Department/QRU and Sweet Grass Cancer Alliance, Big Timber.  

The premium 4-H beef will be purchased from 4-H livestock auctions at the Great Northern Fair in Havre and the Sweet Grass County Fair in Big Timber this summer. 

View all of Triangle’s Community and Economic Development Opportunities at www.itsTriangle.com or call 1-800-332-1201. 

Triangle Communications provides local telephone service to over 16,000 access lines in 39 exchanges located in 16 counties. Our mission is to deliver technology solutions that break boundaries, create opportunities and build connections. Our vision is to inspire endless possibilities anytime, anywhere.

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