We at Williams & Associates would like to thank the University of Montana for the high level of education received and the opportunities that it has given us in life. That is why we have teamed up with several other business to give one lucky applicant the chance to win a 4 year scholarship at the University of Montana. Thank you to the University and GO GRIZ!
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Press Release: University of Montana’s Sigma Nu plants trees with Sussex School, Oct. 27
In order to give back to the community in which they live, Sigma Nu at the University of Montana, is helping with a tree planting at Sussex School this Sunday, Oct. the 27th. Thirty of Sigma Nu’s Fraternity brothers are teaming up with Sussex School to plant native trees on their campus in an effort to re-ve…getate, increase bird habitat, and improve the environment, one tree at a time.
Jim Grover, Philanthropy Chair of Sigma Nu and Matthew Olson Sigma Nu alumnus have spearheaded this service project. According to Jim, “As Sigma Nu’s, we are committed to being leaders in service in our local community and the world over. Missoula is our home, and it is our duty and our privilege to leave it better than we found it.”
This past summer Sussex School lost four old vine maples to age, leaving a huge hole in the campus. The school has raised money to purchase native trees to re-vegetate the campus and has connected with Sigma Nu to help prep the site and plant the trees before the winter comes. The work day will begin at 9:30am and conclude at 12pm on the 27th.
Sussex School is a progressive, independent, Kindergarten-Eighth grade school in Missoula. Sussex is dedicated to offering the best possible learning opportunities to youth by teaching to the academic, social and emotional needs of their students. A dynamic staff, a unique campus, a place based-curriculum, and an emphasis on art, music, and language allow Sussex to deliver wonderful learning experiences to youth.
Sussex was founded in 1971 and has been under the direction of Robyn Gaddy, since 2007. Under her tenure the school has become Montana’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified school with two new buildings, inaugurated in 2011. The new facility and 2.5 acre campus houses a science lab, nine classrooms, a courtyard, solar panels, an auditorium, and a kitchen for the school’s students and staff. The school’s enrollment has increased from 86 to 125 since 2007. Sussex School has graduated over 290 students in Missoula in its 43 years of operations.
Dear Family, Friends and Business Associates,
I’m proud to tell you that I’m going “behind bars” to help in the fight against muscle disease. I’m joining other community leaders to help raise critical funds for MDA, Muscular Dystrophy Association, and I need your help to reach my bail! There are approximately 500 families with muscular dystrophy in Montana, with over 100 families residing in Missoula and surrounding areas. 100% of the funds raised for this event remain in Montana to help the families in our community with wheelchairs, equipment, summer camp for our children, clinics and support group.
MDA pays for every child between the ages of 6-17 to attend a special summer camp in Gold Creek, MT (Camp Mak-a-Dream). The cost to send one child to camp is $800. The summer camp is a very special time of the year for children with neuromuscular diseases and designed specifically for children with muscular dystrophy.
The Missoula Lock Up takes place on June 20th , 2013 at Jakers but I’m raising my bail before I go to jail! All you have to do is cut and paste the following link into your Internet Browser to make a secure, online donation today. Your support will help families living in our community with muscle disease, and help guarantee that I get out of jail. I will be sure to add you to my list of contributors.
Use this Link to Make a Donation- Anything helps!!
Please support me in this important goal by visiting my fundraising page (link below) and making a contribution. Your tax-deductible donation makes a difference to the hundreds of kids, adults and their families who live right here in our local community.
Thanks in advance for your help. Don’t hesitate to call or email me with questions.
Zootown Idol | Missoula, MT
November 10th at the Wilma Theater ( 7:00 pm )
An exciting upcoming event to benefit St. Pat’s First Step Resource Center, a program for victims of rape and sexual abuse. The event is called Zootown Idol and will feature a singing competition between the diverse, talented young musicians in the Missoula Area. It will take place on November 10 at 7 pm in the Wilma Theater, generously donated by Rick Wishcamper.
Zootown Idol is being planned and executed by the St. Pat’s Junior Board, a group of high school students that are dedicated and invested to creating a great event for a great cause.
If you are interested in helping out, donations are greatly appreciated. A sponsorship of $250 or more will earn you 4 free tickets to the event and representation in the program. Tickets will be available at the show for $5 each.
From the St. Pat’s Junior Board