June 9, 2010
CONTACT INFORMATION: Terri McCoy, (406) 444-2807
McCulloch Commemorates 100th Anniversary of
Butte, Anaconda and Dillon Businesses
HELENA – Secretary of State Linda McCulloch recently awarded five Montana businesses and organizations with the Secretary of State’s Centennial Award. The Centennial Award commemorates the 100-year anniversary of when each group first registered with the Secretary of State’s Office.
“This award not only celebrates Montana businesses and organizations, it recognizes the communities that support them,” Secretary McCulloch said. “It is up to all of us to celebrate local businesses, whether they’ve been around for one day, or for one century.”
McCulloch presented the Secretary of State’s Centennial Award to the following businesses and organizations:
- Mountain View Cemetery in Butte (registered March 22, 1910)
- Butte Country Club in Butte (registered May 24, 2010)
- Butte-Georgetown Mining & Milling Co. in Anaconda (registered June 10, 1910)
- Anaconda Knights of Columbus No. 882 in Anaconda (registered June 11, 1910)
- St. James Episcopal Parish in Dillon (registered August 1, 1910)
A total of 18 businesses will receive the Secretary of State’s Centennial Award. Scanned copies of their original registration forms are available on the Secretary of State’s website at sos.mt.gov/Centennial. The first business to receive the Centennial Award was the National Laundry Company in Great Falls.
Butte Country Club receives the Secretary of State’s Centennial Award.