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GENTRY RIVER RANCh Kirk Gentry ~ Owner 62 Gentry Way, Columbia Falls, MT 59901 Email: info@gentryriverranch.com Website: www.gentryriverranch.com Phone: 406-892-1464 Fax: 406-892-0176

Perched on a scenic blu overlooking the majestic Flathead River, our fully furnished log-accented “Cabin on the River” is complete with full kitchen, microwave, bar, shower/ bath, washer/dryer, DVD, and river/mountain view observation deck. A gas replace provides warmth and ambience on a cool Montana night. Picture yourself stretched out in a comfortable lounge chair on the observation deck surrounded by the sounds of nature, reliving the memories of a wonderful day of Montana adventure & excitement. An economical alternative to in-town franchise lodging & centrally located in the Flathead Valley aording easy access to all points-of-interest. It’s the Montana River Cabin experience of your dreams. We also oer guided y shing excursions on the Flathead River System. With fteen years of outtting experience in the local area, we place our clients with highly experienced, professional guides that provide top-notch y shing adventures and lessons. We emphasize safety, fun, skill improvement & memories.

GLACIER QUILTS, INC Susan Gilman~ Owner 125 Hutton Ranch Road, Kalispell, MT 59901 Email: info@glacierquilts.com Website: www.glacierquilts.com Phone: 406-257-6966 Fax: 406-257-6969

We love to give our customers an opportunity to have a quilt in their lives. Classes are oered if you would like to make the quilt yourself or nished quilts are available for sale. My sta and I love to quilt and enjoy sharing this love with our customers. We have over 7000 bolts of quality cotton fabrics, over 200 book titles and over 200 patterns to choose from to inspire you to create your quilt. To nish your quilt, we oer rental on a long arm quilting machine or quilting services provided by local quilters. Come and quilt with us.

GRIzzLY SpINE pAIN & REhAB pC Scott Jahnice, D.O. ~ Owner 3 Meridian Court, Suite 2, Kalispell, MT 59901 Phone: 406-755-4488

Dr. Jahnke is Board Certied in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Family Practice, and is double Board certied in Pain Management. He has also completed a Fellowship specializing in Musculoskeletal, Spine, and Pain problems. He specializes in comprehensive acute and chronic pain treatment of the neck, back, shoulders, knees, arms and legs. Dr. Jahnke has moved back to the Flathead Valley to start Grizzly Spine Pain & Rehab, PC and looks forward to meeting new people and renewing old friendships.

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Bush Headlines Summit >>from cover

owners in America is because I truly believe that you represent what makes America great,” he said to a loud round of applause.

The president also called for support of a free trade agreement with Colombia, which has stalled in the House. The agreement, he said, would benet 8,000 small and midsize companies that currently face substantial taris. Summit attendees responded, sending more than 400 e-mails urging their members of Congress to support the deal. The president also promised to veto union card check legislation should it reach his desk, and he warned the audience that the average American will pay $4,000 more in taxes if Congress does not make permanent his tax cuts, which are set to expire in 2010.

Chamber members march to Capitol hill

Many summit attendees took the Chamber’s broader economic growth message straight to the Capitol, meeting with their representatives during the Rally on the Hill. Chamber members discussed taxes, energy, transportation, and health care, in addition to trade. Small business owner Jami Bestgen, co-owner of Bachman Jewelers in St. Cloud, Minnesota, discussed small business health plans, federal funding for transportation projects, and preserving earmarks during meetings with Minnesota Sens. Norm Coleman (R) and Amy Klobuchar (D) and Reps. Michele Bachmann (R) and Timothy Walz (D). “We believe that for us to go out and send our messages--not just once but twice--can only help, and hopefully they’ll remember them when they’re on the oor making decisions,” Bestgen said.

Before heading to the Hill, attendees got a thorough lobbying lesson from

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