Area students took time out from their busy schedules to attended a 14 hour Hunter Education and Bow Hunter Education combination course in Grant to meet their requirements for certification.
The Perkins County Youth Arts program is working on bringing Missoula Children’s Theatre to the school for the first time in what they hope will become an annual event.
Generous donations from local Perkins County businesses and organizations provided cash donations, energy efficient light bulbs, new homebuyer house warming gifts, smoke alarms and carbon dioxide detectors for recently awarded Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Grants and Down Payment/Closing Costs Assistance grants for the Perkins County area. The donations and community support are an important component in scoring criteria for the grant application process, and working together to improve our communities is the most effective way to make things happen. Pictured are (l-r, front): Andrea Jones, Farm Bureau Ins.; Michelle Ross, Perkins County Community Foundation; Kandi Zimmerman, Hometown Agency; Stephanie Miller, SWNCBC; Jessie Faber, City of Grant; Cindy Hansen, Pinnacle Bank. Back: Melissa Wilson, Adams Bank & Trust; Todd Kraus, Sandhills State Bank; Fred Reichert, Grant Fire Department; Larry Umberger, Midwest Electric & Steve Tucker, Venango Fire Dept.
In late July, 11-year-old Tanner Paintin of Elsie rode a bull in competition for the first time.
For more than 30 years, Dayle McDermitt of Lincoln studied both climate and water exchange for Li-Cor Biosciences.