Dignitaries from Yellowstone County and Senator Steve Daines office were present at Huntley Project Museum’s 110th celebration last weekend.
Dignitaries-L to R-Commissioner John Ostlund’s grandson, Commissioner John Ostlund, HP Museum Director Kelli Maxwell, Jenna Pearson McKinney, representative from Senator Steve Daine’s office, Commissioner Denis Pitman (Photo by Brian Biggers )
Originally published in the 6/30/17 print edition of Yellowstone County News.
HUNTLEY PROJECT — About 80 people turned out on Saturday to celebrate both history and progress.
Saturday’s events marked the 110th anniversary of irrigation on the Huntley Project, the transformation and dedication of the Mercantile and opening of the Dassinger Building.
Kelli Maxwell, director of the museum, said nearly 80 people attended. She said the celebration
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