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Celebrate Women's History Month With Sam And Selya

Mar 17, 2016

When I think of Women’s History Month, I think of strong and remarkable women who've had a positive effect on the lives of others. The first woman who comes to mind is my grandma. For Selya, a librarian with the Missoula Public Library, it’s her mom.

This Saturday, we celebrate with songs and stories by and about women who have influenced both the larger world and our personal lives.

Tune in to the Children’s Corner Saturday, March 19, from 7 - 9 a.m. as we continue our celebration of Women’s History Month.

Sam's grandma, Betty, showing off her "home grown" tomatoes (1978)
Credit Sam Manno

WHO'S IMPORTANT TO YOU?

Selya and her mom, Kathy enjoying each other's company Glacier National Park in 2008

We encourage you to share your stories about the women who have been, or are, important in your life.  You can do that here, by leaving a comment below. You can also leave a voicemail for Annie (406-243-6511) or send an email message to peagreen.boat@yahoo.com.