From the December, 1997 Issues of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder

$55,000 Grant for Barn
Historic Double Arrow Barn will be restored and moved to become a museum and visitor's guide  

Pyramid Mountain Lumber, Inc

sponsors town meeting to voice concerns over Inner Columbia River Basin Environmental Impact Statement and potential threats to local timber industry.

Carey Hegreberg & Bruce Vincent highlight meeting.

Seeley Lake Elementary School District

meets with professional grant writer to explore grants as an alternative source for school funding. Two mill levy requests last spring were defeated. A third request finally passed when the amount was cut in half.
$2 Million Water Filtration Plant with additional storage tank capacity nearing end of construction. Water District plans Open House in spring for public viewing.
Racers come to Seeley Lake for Snowcross Snowmobile Races. Here are some Action photos plus results.


Are You a Survivor of Abuse?

The Seeley Swan Talk, Educate, Protect Program (SSTEP) will begin meeting again soon.

How One Woman Copes!

Plum Creek forges agreement with Trust for Public Lands that could place 5 miles of shoreline and 2,500 acres of private land into public ownership at Lindbergh Lake in the Swan Valley. Blackfoot Telephone

Donation helps fund winter YMCA programs here, including fitness programs and art, aerobics and youth basketball.
Community Hall
needs Caretaker

Allan Chaffin has worked as a volunteer caretaker for Seeley Lake's Community Hall for "more years than he cares to remember."

Developers at Salmon Lake

...explain their plan to the Community Council for 15 lots on a 50-acre parcel on the Clearwater River below Salmon Lake. Plans call for a 21-acre common area.