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Colleen Powers

Senior Vice President

Terry Payne & Co.

HQ Phone: (406) 728-4050

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Terry Payne & Co.

2620 Radio Way, Suite C

Missoula, Montana 59808

United States

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Watson Children's Shelter

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Colleen Powers

Colleen Powers Senior Vice President, Terry Payne & Co., Inc. Owner, Rumour Restaurant

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Colleen Powers • Senior VP, Terry Payne and Co; Owner, The Ranch Club

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Colleen Powers explained the new concept of The Ranch Club. She was giving a tour of the clubhouse and, to explain the new décor, she stopped at a bench with green plaid cushions in one of the locker areas.

Colleen and her husband, John, recently purchased and renamed the Phantom Hills Golf Community, west of Missoula on Mullan Road. The couple is remodeling and expanding the clubhouse, restaurant, and bar. Other plans include a training academy, a fitness facility, and an events center. The original look at Phantom Hills - which included the green plaid cushions - fit the classic American golf-community style. The new look might be described as "new West" or "sophisticated rustic elegance," says Colleen.
John and Colleen took over the reigns of the project from Washington Corp., which has successfully developed commercial and residential real estate projects in the past.
John and Colleen are from Montana - John's parents are from Butte and Colleen was born and raised in Helena. The couple moved to Seattle in the 1980s, where John built a business designing and manufacturing handblown glass urns. In the early 1990s, they worked out of the same building where the band Nirvana rehearsed.
In 1993, the couple returned to Missoula, where Colleen had landed an executive position with Terry Payne and Company, and John continued to run the urn operation from home.
John and Colleen hope The Ranch Club will fill a gap in Missoula's real estate market without competing against other golf courses in town.

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John and Colleen Powers

The Ranch Club 2775 Bunkhouse Place
John and Colleen Powers purchased the Scottish links-style Ranch Club golf course (formerly Phantom Hills) nearly two years ago from Washington Corp. Since then, the couple has set about the task of turning the 18-hole championship course and surrounding land into a family-oriented community , complete with fine dining restaurant, fitness center, and saltwater pool and spa complex. As part of this year's Holiday Home Tour, the Powers will be opening one of their newly constructed lodge-style homes to the public for a first look at progress on Ranch Club's exclusive family community. The 5,300-square-foot lodge, a jewel of Western living and the good life, will feature a Tuscan Christmas theme, complete with Italian lanterns and Mediterranean-inspired appetizers. "We chose a Tuscan theme because we want to convey a feeling of warmth and family," said Colleen Powers. "So we'll have garlands and greenery, and candles , lots of candles." From a family of 13 children, Powers equates the Christmas holidays with pricelss family moments spent in childhood. "Even when John and I travel over the holidays, we still always put up a Christmas tree, because the holiday spirit is so fleeting and is such a special time," she said.
Powers said Red Rooster home boutique owner Kim Arnot will be decking the show home's halls especially for the upcoming December tour, and is putting "unique design touches" on new model homes.

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