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Al Cluck of Swan River Tours
to appear at Storytelling Roundup


April 6, 2000
Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Seeley Lake, Montana


Al Cluck is a licensed tour operator, step-on tour guide, professional tour driver, photographer, publisher, tourism promoter, outfitter, guide, historian, event planner and story teller. And you'll be able to catch his act at this year's annual Montana Storytelling Roundup in Cut Bank, April 14-15.

Known as "Grizz," Cluck has been a professional guide for 30 years in his native Montana, other western states and Canada. His expertise and deep passion for the outdoors are widely recognized by environmental leaders and enthusiasts. With an abundance of excitement and complementing his vast knowledge, Grizz's goal is sharing the grandness of nature's systems and intricacies with guests and friends.

Grizz makes his home in Condon, Montana. He holds masters degrees in recreation and counseling. Grizz began his career as a physical education teacher and recreation.

Contributions for the 6th annual Montana Storytelling Roundup have been provided by: Glacier County, Montana Committee for the Humanities, Montana Arts Council, Browning Public Schools, Cut Bank Public Schools, East Glacier Park School, Mountain View School, Albertson's, Marquette Bank Montana, Red Rock Power, Dye, Tavary and Judge Insurance, Cut Bank Lions, Cut Bank Pioneer Press, Glacier Reporter, Edna Persling, Western Breeze, Glacier Gateway Inn and Shirley Bucher.

Members of the Montana Storytelling Roundup committee are: founder Jewell Wolk, Lee Jacobsen, Donna Lenoir, Marion Culleton, Bill McCauley, Rod Podoll, Jim Ellis, grant writer Paul Tuss, treasurer Lee Holden and Darryl Omsberg.

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