On May 4th the Montana Law Enforcement Museum opened for its second season in Philipsburg. The Museum Board of Directors, representing most of the state-wide law enforcement groups has done a tremendous job in making sure the Museum doors are open Wednesday - Sunday 11am to 5pm. The Board has worked tirelessly since January 2014 to get the Museum up and running. The vast contributions they have made; hundreds of hours of volunteering their time, the donations each has made, and their relentless dedication to making sure the Museum is a worthy place for all Montana's to visit has been absolutely wonderful.
Beginning in June 2016, the Museum is conducting a Membership Drive. The annual Membership is $30, and thanks to the outstanding donation by Dan and Sally Hollis, the Museum will offer a chance to win a Bushmaster AR-15 or a Glock 17 for anyone that purchases or renews a 2016 Membership. The event will end October 31st so be sure to join the Museum before the deadline. If you wish to be entered into the drawing for the AR-15 or the Glock 17, but do not want to purchase a Membership, please send $30 to the Museum, and just indicate you wish to be entered into the drawing, but do not want to purchase a Membership.
A lofty goal for the Museum Board is to have a Fallen Officer Memorial located in the Museum by opening day of 2017. The task of getting the Memorial up is very expensive, and your Donation or purchase of a Membership will help the Board reach its lofty goal.
Please take time to stop in Philipsburg this summer and visit the Museum. And if you like what you see and would like to see the Fallen Officer Memorial, please make a donation or purchase a Membership. All donations to the Museum are tax deductible.
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