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Plenty of Fun at Community Day Event


Trey Bjorndal waves to his family at last week's Imerys Community Days Event in Three Forks. See more photos inside. Voice photo by Melissa Jenkins

There were plenty of smiles last Saturday at the Imerys Talc Community Days event in Three Forks.

Lynica Elmose shows Gallatin County Sheriff's Deputy Nate Kamerman a pictured she colored. Voice photo by Melissa Jenkins

According to Operations Manager (Montana Mills) Mike Mulder, the event featured new bike raffles, a hazard hunt in work environment, safety word games and puzzles to qualify for a range of raffle items, mill tours, a bounce house, a huge inflatable slide, and lunch catered by Blue Moose BBQ.

Mulder added Imerys recognizes that good relations with their neighbors is fundamental to long term success.

"We work to build long lasting relationships with local communities by making community outreach an integral part of planning, development, and operation of our business. Imerys aims to raise awareness, particularly among younger generations, not only about safety but also about talc as mineral, its many uses, and its rich history in Montana," he said.


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