National Park Service Gears Up for Centennial Celebration

By | May 1, 2016

A jammer takes a passenger’s photo during a Red Bus tour in Glacier National Park. Beacon File Photo

The Flathead Beacon reports that a century after President Woodrow Wilson signed the bill creating the National Park Service, Glacier National Park is getting ready to celebrate “America’s best idea.” But if you’re looking for streamers, balloons and birthday cakes, you may have to look elsewhere. Park officials say they are preparing for a more subtle celebration, marked by efforts to promote all the 1 million-acre preserve has to offer in the local community and on social media. Read the full story here.

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