2021 Annual Meeting for Members

The Missoula Midtown Association continues to grow and invites all active members and stakeholders to celebrate the progress the Association has accomplished in support of its vision over the past year.
We encourage you to order-in lunch from a local restaurant and join us virtually!

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 814 6522 6628
+1 346 248 7799 US

Not currently a member but interested in joining? You can easily sign-up today by clicking HERE

We hope to see you there!

March Midtown Mixer Sponsored by CASA of Missoula & Watters Edge Design

Join fellow members of the Missoula Midtown Association via Zoom for a Virtual Midtown Mixer, Tuesday, March 2, beginning at 4:00 PM sponsored by CASA of Missoula and Watters Edge Design.

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 829 8581 5658
+1 346 248 7799 US

Given the lack of regular social gatherings as of late, we would like to invite you to attend our monthly virtual meeting to connect all members and provide a venue for all who are willing to share news about how your business, organization, and team are doing through these unique times.

We will open with comments from Midtown Association President, Mark Bellon and then Scott Appel, Executive Director of CASA of Missoula, will be sharing a recent success story, community impact, and ways you can help CASA fulfill its mission. Following that, we will welcome Scott Watters from Watters Edge Design to update the membership on the new website for the Missoula Midtown Association.

CASA of Missoula is a non-profit organization dedicated to training community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in the court system.

Watters Edge Design is a comprehensive design firm giving businesses quality branding, product, packaging, trade show, and web expertise.

This interactive and educational event is one you won’t want to miss. If your office (or home-office) allows it, we encourage you to enjoy a cold beverage during the call, if you would like, to help create that “Mixer” feel.

We look forward to connecting with you!

THE LEAD: Happy New Year & A Look Back at 2020

The New Year is underway, and we know many of you are glad to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. While the start of 2021 holds much promise and hope, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on the resilience and creativity that Missoula businesses had in response to the pandemic. 

Over the last ten months or so, we’ve found new ways to connect, we’ve spaced out our encounters respecting six feet of distance while smiling behind our masks, and we’ve kept the community united and strong. That’s something we should all be proud of.

For the Missoula Midtown Association, we moved our monthly Mixers to a virtual format and had great participation by members seeking interaction and connection. We have made significant headway on the Midtown Master Plan Whitepaper, thanks to many of you who have offered your feedback and ideas. Our committees have been working hard to connect with Midtown business and find ways to help spread the word about how we can support each other and keep our doors open for business.

As we look on the horizon for 2021, it will be a busy year for the Midtown Association. The foundation is set for the Master Plan, and the heavy lifting will be underway quickly. As of now, we anticipate leaving our monthly Mixers in a digital format until it is prudent to get everyone together again, and we will be facilitating our Annual Meeting in a virtual format as well.

We encourage you to stay involved and connected! If your business is willing to contribute to the Master Plan financially, please reach out to Emily Brock. If your business is interested in hosting a virtual Mixer event and sharing information with our membership, reach out to Sandy Bollom. If you have news and information you would like shared in our newsletter or on our social media pages, reach out to Tara Halls.

We are all in this together, and each does our part to strengthen Midtown Missoula for the long-haul. Thank you for supporting the association, and we look forward to all that is to come in the new year.

Happy New Year from your Missoula Midtown Association Board of Directors!

February Midtown Mixer Sponsored by First Security Bank

Join fellow members of the Missoula Midtown Association via Zoom for a Virtual Midtown Mixer, Tuesday, February 2, beginning at 4:00 PM sponsored by First Security Bank and featuring the Missoula Butterfly House & Insectarium and the Missoula County Weed District & MSU Extension Office.

Join Zoom Meeting
CLICK HERE
Meeting ID: 854 1319 7061
+1 346 248 7799 US

Given the lack of regular social gatherings as of late, we would like to invite you to attend our monthly virtual meeting to connect all members and provide a venue for all who are willing to share news about how your business, organization, and team are doing through these unique times.

We will open with comments from Midtown Association President, Mark Bellon and then First Security Bank will welcome fellow MMA members, the Missoula Butterfly House & Insectarium, and Missoula County Weed District to discuss the exciting progress at the Rocky Mountain Gardens and Exploration Center housed at the Missoula County Fairgrounds.

First Security Bank is a Division of Glacier Bank and proudly serves those who live and work in Missoula, and the surrounding areas of western Montana. They are a Foundation Sponsor of the Missoula Midtown Association.

Missoula Butterfly House & Insectarium sets out to inspire an appreciation and understanding of insects and their arthropod relatives through unique field trips, education programs, and exhibits. They are currently working to build a new, larger facility at the Missoula Fairgrounds.

The Missoula County Weed District and MSU Extension Office work to provide coordination, educational outreach, and training using current research-based information and resources to address the needs of the public in the areas of weed & pest management, horticulture/agriculture, youth development, family and consumer sciences, nutrition and additional areas identified by the communities served.

This interactive and educational event is one you won’t want to miss. If your office (or home-office) allows it, we encourage you to enjoy a cold beverage during the call, if you would like, to help create that “Mixer” feel.

We look forward to connecting with you!

January Virtual Midtown Mixer Hosted by Jackson Contractor Group

Join fellow members of the Missoula Midtown Association via Zoom for a Virtual Midtown Mixer, Tuesday, January 5, beginning at 4:00 PM sponsored by Jackson Contractor Group.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4743338881
Meeting ID: 474 333 8881
+1 346 248 7799 US

Given the lack of regular social gatherings as of late, we would like to invite you to attend our monthly virtual meeting to connect all members and provide a venue for all who are willing to share news about how your business, organization, and team are doing through these unique times.

We will open with comments from Midtown Association President, Mark Bellon and then Jackson Contractor Group will discuss their work in Midtown Missoula at the Fairgrounds.

This interactive and educational event is one you won’t want to miss. If your office (or home-office) allows it, we encourage you to enjoy a cold beverage during the call, if you would like, to help create that “Mixer” feel.

We look forward to connecting with you!