From the April, 1998 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

 Celebrating after the Play

"Tea for Two in the Swan Valley," a musical melodrama performed by local actors to raise money for the Swan Valley Volunteer Fire Department and the Quick Response Unit, was a SMASHING HIT in the Valley.


A local contribution for six months rent put the YMCA into a local office at the Lazy Pine Mall in Seeley Lake.

Seeley Lake
Wrestling News:

Josh Peterson wins another championship match.

Peterson ends season with three state championships.
(Team Photo).

Seeley Lake Eighth Graders produce a play based on the local history book, "Cabin Fever." Help was provided by the Missoula Repertory Theatre.

A Swan Valley Canoe Builder helps you build your own canoe at a fraction of the cost of buying a new one from the store.

Swan Ecosystem Center awards Wilderness Rangers contracts, trail building projects.

Hunting Safety class for youngsters scheduled for April in Seeley Lake.

Yes, There is a Little League
Baseball Team in Seeley Lake.

Seeley Lake Ranger Station
plans prescribed burns this summer.

Fisheries Division honors Dan Cainan as 1997 Volunteer in recognition of 35 years assistance planting fish.

Seeley Elementary celebrates with grandparents in special
PTA program.


Scouts hold a Pinewood Derby contest.

Swan Valley librarian is featured at
state Genealogical Society Conference

Claiborne/Ortenberg Grant
funds mural art at grade school

Bank names new officers

April 7 Spring Election Results

DNC will build addition to Fire Dept.

Medical Center eyes new facility

New pastor:
Mission Bible Fellowship (photo)

Seeley principal, Swan music teacher
leaving for positions in Washington

Refuse Dept. hires attorney in dispute with county over $20,000.