TODAY, MONDAY April 13th, we will give 3 people a FREE 16” pizza.
How it works:
Private Message Tara Forsberg or Stageline Pizza through Facebook HERE
and tell us who deserves a Free pizza and why.
3 deserving people will be selected and on Monday evening we will deliver a pizza to the deserving people.
They must live within our delivery area and know we are coming!!
Let’s pay it forward to someone who could use a little love right now.
Thank you Iron Horse Cafe & Pie Shop! Iron Horse Cafe brought a pie to Stageline...
Way to take care of each other Three Forks!
WHAT'S GOING ON AROUND TOWN?
Thank you Ranee Berg of Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks (and our chamber Treasurer!) for keeping us in the loop of all the amazing things going on in Three Forks!
Three Forks School PE Teacher, Mr. Mack, (Elementary School) is having a weekly TIK TOK challenge! Last one posted April 7th - look on the Three Forks School FACEBOOK PAGE or if you have the TikTok App!
Our very own Jeff Elliot, Board member and Superintendent of the Three Forks Schools accepted a Lip Sync dance challenge by Manhattan's Principal and Belgrade's Principal. YOUTUBE VIDEO
2 Friday evenings in a row there has been the Friday night CRUISE on main street. Having fun and being safe!
The Three Forks City Council will meet Tuesday, at 7:00PM April 14, 2020, in the City Hall Council Chambers, 206 Main Street.
This meeting will be our first Zoom meeting!
Follow the Instructions here:
The CARES Act, the largest economic relief package in our nation’s history, was signed into law on March 27 and includes major provisions U.S. Travel fought for to deliver economic support to travel businesses, travel workers and their families. Learn what the different parts of CARES Act mean for you and your travel business with the guides below:
Click hereto find lenders available by state and region from the Small Business Administration.
CARES Act Highlights for the Tourism Industry: The CARES Act contains important measures for tourism communities, including:
Recovery Promotion. $1.5 billion for the Economic Development Administration to support distressed cities. This funding has been earmarked for “open for business” campaigns at the appropriate time, and would follow the model the agency used to fund promotional efforts following the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf Coast.
Emergency Aid for State and Local Governments. To offset the rising costs and lowered tax revenue from falling business activity, $150 billion has been allocated for state and local governments, including $8 billion for tribal governments. Each state will receive a minimum of $1.5 billion.
Community Development Block Grants. $5 billion for states and local communities to mitigate economic disruptions in impacted industries, including direct grants to tourism businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
$25 Billion for Infrastructure Grants to States.
Key Tourism Segments
Museums and Cultural Institutions. The CARES Act provides $75 million for the National Endowment for the Arts and $75 million for the National Endowment for the Humanities to distribute to local institutions address the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Matching grant requirements are waived for this funding, as well as the requirement for grants to be project specific.
Distillers. A temporary exemption from an excise tax for alcohol used to make hand sanitizer that is produced and distributed within Food and Drug Administration guidelines.
Fishery Assistance. $300 million provided for shrimp and oyster producers who can no longer sell their products to restaurants, for charter fishery operators and other fishery-related entities that have economic revenue losses due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Airports. $10 billion to support airport operations through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP).
Connected Communities. $50 million for the Institute of Museum and Library Services to expand digital network access in areas of the country where such access is lacking, including the purchase of internet-enable devices such as “hotspots” to allow individuals in rural areas to remain connected.
Webinar: Monday March 30, U.S. Travel's government relations team hosted a webinar detailing what the CARES Act means for the travel industry. You can watch thefull recording or review the slide deck.
WHO IS OPEN?
Headwaters Ranch /
Cinnamon & Sage
Delivering to Three Forks, Manhattan and Belgrade.
Beer, Wine and Alcohol also on the menu! Go here to order
Three Forks School
Meal and Education Delivery! CLICK HERE
Shop at our local stores if you are in a position to do so.
Most everyone is still open for business in some capacity.
(You can order over the phone or online in many cases.)
Call your favorite store to double check.
2020 Chamber of Commerce
President Brooke Leugers, Member
Vice President Julia Caruana, Cowgirl Creativity
Treasurer Ranee Berg, Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks
DirectorChuck Wambeke, Electrical Consultants, Inc.
DirectorDave Tudor, Tudor and Associates
DirectorJeff Elliot, Three Forks Schools
Director Tara Forsberg, Stageline Pizza
Cheers to our Platinum Members and our Board Members
Three Forks Chamber of Commerce email@example.com 406-285-4753