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Articles with the Tag: Boys and Girls Club

Mud volleyball makes its debut Mud volleyball makes its debut

POLSON — Getting muddy was unavoidable and precisely the point for more than 50 mud-caked volleyball players that participated in Saturday’s inaugural Bump, Set, Splat! Mud Volleyball Tournament held at the Polson Fairgrounds.  Hosted by the Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead Reservation...

At-risk youth among most vulnerable to school closures

MONTANA – With schools across Montana transitioned to online learning and state child protection specialists moving home visits online, child advocates are raising concerns about the health and safety of at-risk youth. Gov. Steve Bullock ordered Montana schools to close on March 16, and later extend...

Programs for children need donated supplies

Unified Command Center  LAKE COUNTY – Critical items are needed to protect food preparers in the Mission Valley, and donations are needed.  This is a request for masks, rubber gloves, large coolers, meal-size brown-paper bags, hot-food containers with sealing lids, and hand sanitizer,...

Local car dealer participates in donation project to feed children Local car dealer participates in donation project to feed children

News from the Ford Motor Company  RONAN – The Boys and Girls Club of Lake County and the Flathead Reservation received a check for $1,600 from the Henricksen family, owners of Don Aadsen Ford in Ronan, to increase the number of children benefiting from the hunger initiative.  Ford Mot...

Get muddy for a good cause

POLSON – The Polson Mud Run returns to the fairgrounds in Polson on Saturday, July 20. The sixth annual event is hosted by the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Flathead Reservation and Lake County as a fundraiser. All the muddy fun kicks off early with the first wave of runners starting at 9:30 a.m. The ...

Red Nose Day fundraiser supports local children Red Nose Day fundraiser supports local children

POLSON – Locals can show support for children’s programs by donating money and wearing a bright red nose on their face.  This is the fifth year that the Polson Walgreens has raised money to support underprivileged children through the national Red Nose Day fundraiser. This year, the fundr...

Community bike ride encourages outdoor activity Community bike ride encourages outdoor activity

RONAN – Rainy weather and a few muddy puddles couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of more than 40 cyclists who attended a family-friendly bike ride around Ronan on Saturday during the Mission Mountain Family Pedal to Plate. “It was really wonderful to see people out biking in our community,&r...

Recovery support available

RONAN — Recovery support is available for those struggling with addiction at The Never Alone Recovery Hall, at 63055 U.S. Hwy. 93 in the former Boys & Girls Club building, every day of the week. The Never Alone Recovery Hall is a peer support drop-in center. We are simply recovering people offering...

Briefs for Jan. 30, 2019

Carroll College receives $100K for scholarships for future teachers Gift funds five $20K scholarships for first-year students entering teacher education program News from Carroll College HELENA — A $100,000 gift from the Alice Lee Lund Charitable Trust will provide need-based $20,000 scholars...

GPCF awards grants to local organizations GPCF awards grants to local organizations

News from the Greater Polson Community Foundation On July 10, the Greater Polson Community Foundation awarded grant funds to 17 local non-profits as part of its 2018 grant cycle. Directors were on hand from CASA of Lake & Sanders Counties, Mission Valley Live, Polson Farm to School Program, Miracle of...


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