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DON'T MISS THE FUN! REGISTER FOR THE FALL SOCIAL!

Step back to the 80's with these totally tubular teens and far out faculty of Mayhem High for only $10 per person!

With their high school career coming to an end, the students of Mayhem High find themselves battling it out over grades, popularity, affection, class ranking, and what they have all been focused on for years... Who will be awarded the Kind and Queen title?

As the night unfolds the royalty will be rewarded and an innocent life will be claimed. Join us for a night of mullets and mayhem at an 80's prom filled with mystery!

HOSTED BY: UM Conference and Event Services

You will have information sheets that walk you through EVERY step of your character. We are in it to have a GREAT time!!


Starring Roles have speaking parts and more objectives to complete. Supporting Roles do not have speaking parts and only objectives to complete. Don't underestimate the FUN to be had! Lines and objectives are not memorized.

You will have information sheets that walk you through EVERY step of your character. We are in it to have a GREAT time!!



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General Membership Meeting

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019 
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Broadway Inn 1609 W Broadway St. Missoula, 59808

Meet our November Speakers!


Alysha Goheen is Mountain Home's Director of Development and Planning. She has her Masters in Social Work and has been serving kids and family non-profits for the last two decades in a wide range of roles from direct-service, to community organizing, to senior management. Ms. Goheen is honored to be helping advance the mission of Mountain Home, as she is passionate that wraparound models of care like Mountain Home's are key to breaking cycles of generational poverty.

Crissie McMullan is Mountain Home's Executive Director. In Ms. McMullan’s first 3 years at Mountain Home, she increased numbers of mothers and children served by 30%, instituted trauma-informed policies and procedures, garnered new private and government funding, and earned media recognition ranging from local television to the New York Times. She also spearheaded a campaign to reduce the stigma around mental illness called Strong Moms Ask for Help mountainhomemt.org/strongmoms. So far, the Strong Moms videos on Mountain Home’s Facebook page have been viewed more than 10,000 times. As a national ZERO TO THREE Fellow, Ms. McMullan brings cutting-edge research on early childhood to her work at Mountain Home, while also sharing the on-the-ground experiences in Missoula with advocates in Washington DC.


RSVP helps us plan.

Lunch will be available for $15.00 per person.
 We want to ensure we have enough food for those who want lunch. If you are planning to attend and want lunch and if you are planning on bringing a guest and think they may want lunch, please RSVP.

 

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