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LEWIS AND CLARK MEET SANTA CLAUS
The Lewis and Clark Bicentennial is still putting Montana on the map as the place where the adventure of the West began, Clint Blackwood said Wednesday.
The executive director of the Montana Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission said that renewing Lewis and Clark license plates this year is a good way to support this important event in state and national history.
“Having the Lewis and Clark plates on your car shows that you care about our history and reminds people that Montana is the place where much of the Corps of Discovery’s adventure took place,” Blackwood said.
These unique license plates also make a great Christmas gift idea for Lewis and Clark buffs who don’t already have the plates, he said. Proceeds from the plates support Lewis and Clark events across the state.
“We still have a lot of events ahead of us as we head into 2006, including the National Signature event in Billings. We urge people to continue to support local events,” Blackwood said.
Another great Christmas gift idea is the collectors commemorative plate that can either be personalized or generically numbered and is suitable for framing and mounting as a permanent memento of the bicentennial, he said. The collector’s plates can be ordered for $30 including shipping and handling by calling the state Commission’s office at 406-443-2190.
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