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The Nine Mile Stark School House and the Church are maintained to benefit and serve the community. They are available to be used for religious, educational, literary, charitable and social group functions.

The Nine Mile Stark School House was built in 1915 and served as the valley's school until 1949, when it was deeded to the community. In 1995, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Church started out as a storage shed for the Beaver Dredging Company's dry land mining operations, probably in the 1930's. About 1949, mining operations ended and local residents moved the storage building and a second smaller structure from the mining camp to the Proebstel property on Kennedy Creek Road. The storage shed became a church and a smaller structure (not moved) became a Sunday school. The pews, chancellery furniture and bell (pictured on the right) came from the Cut Bank Presbyterian Church after it built a new church in 1950. In 2006, the church was donated to the Nine Mile Community and moved to its present location.


Craft Fair and Turkey Shoot
Saturday, November 30, 2013

Christmas Eve Event
Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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