~This Week’s Chamber Bulletin~

April's Monthly Chamber Meeting
~Will be a ZOOM meeting~
April 13th
12pm Noon

The Three Forks Chamber invites you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: April Chamber Monthly Meeting
Time: Apr 13, 2020 12:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 144 093 698
Password: 921066

Email agenda items HERE

~Also, continue to let me know your April updates.~
The Montana State June primary elections will
be conducted primarily through the U.S. Postal service. 

Who & What is on the ballot?

Are you registered to vote?




The City of Three Forks

See updates from Mayor Gifford. 
Upcoming Public Hearings. 
The latest press release with
resources for assistance.
And more!

Go to the City of three Forks website:

Click HERE


2020 All School Reunion meeting
(previously scheduled for Tuesday April 7)
has been canceled.

The Three Forks Area Historical Society April 9th meeting has been also been canceled.

Hopefully we will see everyone in May!

Headwaters Area Food Bank
Facebook Page Here
They are here to help.

Tuesday      1pm - 4pm
Wednesday  2pm - 6pm
   Thursday   10am - 2pm

They will have pre-made food boxes ready for pickup.
You may come by and pick up a box
for someone you may know that needs some help.

Library Hours and Process:

The Library will take orders over the phone OR 
or you can visit them at .

The Montana2Go is available for online materials. 

Curbside pickup now Monday thru Friday 10am to 5pm!



WEBINAR: Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Geotourism 

Growing Community Tourism During Unprecedented Times in Tourism
Thursday, April 9th at 1:00pm (eastern)
Register Today
This hour-long webinar will explain the concepts of geotourism and how it relates to The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. As tourism continues to diminish with the outbreak of Covid-19, it is as important as ever for communities to remain united and create a plan of action for when visitors return. The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail has built a new travel website -- -- specifically designed to bring together businesses, attractions, landmarks, and other points of interest on and around the trail to help promote sustainable tourism. 

 MontanaPBS is here for you.
We want to make sure you have access to the information you need, when you need it.  From learning at home to laughing along to your favorite programs, we've got you covered.
Schools are closed around the state, but Montana’s Largest Classroom is in session! Starting Monday, March 30, we’re picking up where school left off by scheduling K-8 programming, Monday through Friday, during regular school hours. We will have a Social Studies block from 8:30 to 10:30am, a STEM block from noon to 2pm, and special Montana History block from 2 to 3pm. Click here to view the full PDF.

Also, if you were not already aware, MontanaPBS has made hundreds of grade appropriate activities, lessons, videos, and worksheets available to kids throughout the state of Montana on our new distance learning webpage.
View Distance Learning Resources
If you need a laugh or just some pure entertainment, you might consider tuning into one of our British comedy series or musical performances. If you are looking to immerse yourself in a dramatic narrative, perhaps you’ll enjoMasterpiece or Call the Midwife.
If you are a member of MontanaPBS, THANK YOU for making all of this quality programming available to your fellow Montanans right now. If you are not a member, there is always time -- remember we are here for YOU. Click here to find out more about our programming, and other useful information you might find pertinent.

If we can be of any assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at, or call 406-994-3437.

We are all in this together. Stay strong, Montana. Stay connected.

Please do not hesitate to call. There is a friendly voice on the other end of the phone waiting. This is serious and many of us are struggling.
Know yourself well-enough to know when to call.

Montana Warmline: 877-688-3377
Mon - Fri    8am - 9pm
Sat & Sun  12pm - 9pm

If one needs to stay home and be isolated for a period of time (14 day), that can play a toll on our Mental Health, so let's help with some resources and self care that might help:
  • Phone: can you facetime? Even communicating through Yahoo Messenger will help us feel connected 
  • Hobbies: are there some hobbies you enjoy doing, this will be the time to add more or to finish that project
  • Water: stay well hydrated
  • Tele-health/Doctor/Peer Support: Therapists/counselors/peers that can do facetime/video chat - can help us with those anxiety moments
  • Self-Care: listening to music, playing video games, playing a game of chess with the dog and winning!, even playing cards with someone over a video platform - what is in the Self Care Recovery tool kit?
  • Montana Warmline: 877-688-3377
    • Mon - Fri    8am - 9pm
    • Sat & Sun  12pm - 9pm

You can do your Census now online HERE

(You will need the 12 digit code on the postcard sent to your address.)

Or call 1-844-330-2020.


*Your local CPA's may be able to assist you with this!

Tanya R. Gonzalez, CPA, PC 406-220-2956    ~   Tudor & Associates, Inc  406-285-3528

CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act


~Click here for the Paycheck Protection Program Application form~

~Click here for the Small Business FAQ sheet~

~Quick link to all info 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 here to 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 the full recording or review the slide deck. 

Important Updates for Montana Manufacturers 

Key aspect to this update:
If you sell medical supplies or equipment or can donate, please click on the link.
Montana World Trade Center and Montana District Export Council invite all Montana firms engaged in international business to a virtual happy hour on Tuesday, April 7th at 4 PM Mountain Time. 
 Please click on this link to RSVP
and if you haven’t already, please complete our COVID-19 IMPACT survey.  

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!


Stageline Pizza
Open for Delivery or Curbside pick-up.
Call 406-285-4866

Iron Horse Cafe & Pie Shop
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and PIE 
Curbside pick-up
through their Menufy app: 

Call 406-285-4455

Plaza Bar
Curbside pick-up and delivery!

Pop in or call to order

Call 406-285-987

Frontier Club
Curbside pick-up.

Daily Food and Drink Specials
Call 406-285-987

Wheat Montana
Drive Thru
Call 406-285-3614

JaMocha Junction
Drive Thru

Daily Food and Drink Specials

Call 406-589-5402
the Kyle Steiner co.
Marketing Assistance Available
Tanya R. Gonzalez, CPA, PC
Tudor & Associates, Inc
Legacy Pipe Builder

KC Western Decor
Three Forks Pharmacy
Three River Medical

Seilers Hardware
Three Forks Family Dentistry
Currently open for emergencies only 


Be Lazy Quilting
Taking online orders
Ron's Diesel, Towing & Auto
Three Forks Automotive
Three Forks Motor Supply
Thriftway Super Stop
Main Street Office
Thriftway Super Stop

Cowgirl Creativity
Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks
Three Forks Saddlery
Phone in/FB orders and repairs avail.
Call first 

Headwaters Veterinary
Chuteside Veterinary
Three Forks Market
Three Forks Floral
Curbside pick up or no contact delivery
Traverler's Ink
Action Realty
Diane Furhman Realty

Keller Williams
Berkshire Hathaway
Three Valley Insurance
& Real Estate Services 
All our banks are open!
Drive Thru and by appointment.
Contact each church here:
Construction and Contracting Companies 
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.

COVID -19 update
Tonight Monday April 6th, 4pm MT

Click here:
Facebook Live with Senator Jon Tester

2020 Chamber of Commerce
Board Members

President Brooke Leugers, Member

Vice President Julia Caruana, Cowgirl Creativity

Treasurer Ranee Berg, Chiropractic Clinic of Three Forks

Director Chuck Wambeke, Electrical Consultants, Inc.

Director Dave Tudor, Tudor and Associates

Director Jeff Elliot, Three Forks Schools

Director Tara Forsberg, Stageline Pizza

Cheers to our Platinum Members and our Board Members

Three Forks Chamber of Commerce     406-285-4753
                    P.O. Box 1103 Three Forks, Montana 59752

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