When Congress admitted Montana as a state in 1889, the residents adopted and ratified a constitution. In 1972, a new Montana State Constitution was adopted by 100 delegates and ratified by the citizens of Montana. Please join Roger Barber and Mary Van Buskirk as they present a program on their contributions. Mr. Barber was a researcher and committee staff person for the State Convention. Ms. Buskirk worked in Helena during the Convention. Her mother was elected as a convention delegate. This Montana history program is being offered free to the public on Saturday, February 29 at 1 p. in the Whitefish Community Library Community Room.