The Montana Historical Society Museum Store manager, Rod Coslett, opens up the show. The store has lots of new Christmas gift ideas and is right now offering a lot of deals to folks, including online shopping. Finishing out the show is Ashley Nevison who, at 13, is already running a non-profit and can use your help for Giving Tuesday.
We spend some time chatting with Montana Attorney General Tim Fox about some big news for the state in terms of a landmark settlement with Big Tobacco. And we also revisit a conversation we had about a fantastic movement to help out veterans across the state.
We open talking about National Adoption Month, focusing on teen adoption. Then we spend a few minutes with Carroll College athletic director Charlie Gross, who explains the setup for the upcoming basketball season. Then Joe Wojton with the Salvation Army joins us to talk about the Red Kettle Campaign, along with the SA's athletic teams and a campaign raising money to install a new gym floor.
Bruce Day joins us to talk about Helena Food Share's Turkey Challenge, which has shifted to an online affair. Cathy Burwell, the President and CEO of the Helena Area Chamber of Commerce, then finishes off our chat, as we talk about business news.
Lewis and Clark County Commissioner Jim McCormick joins us to talk county business. We touch on what's happening as it pertains to COVID-19, but also get an update on the detention center, new security measures inside the courthouse and a temporary shutdown of the Motor Vehicles Department.
Governor-elect Greg Gianforte opens the show with us today, recapping the election and looking forward to January when he takes office. We close chatting with Ashleigh Heimbach and Patrick Sheehan from West Mont. It's an amazing organization and they're looking for a few employees!