Park Service party draws a crowd

By | May 28, 2016

The Hungry Horse News  reports that about 150 people attended a party to recognize the 100th birthday of the National Park Service last week at the Glacier Outdoor Center in West Glacier. The event was hosted by Glacier Country tourism. Glacier Park Superintendent Jeff Mow, Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney and Katherine Cheng, the head of global corporate citizenship for online travel giant Expedia spoke at the event. Read the full story here.

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