Center For Children And Families
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Billings needs more housing for mothers recovering from drug addictions and for their children. But next week, there will be less when the Center for Children and Families closes Housing Family Matters.
A group of seventh- and eighth-graders from St. Francis Upper on Thursday got a taste for something their teachers hope will become a part of their lives forever — volunteering.
St. Francis Students Kara Cranston, left, and McKenzie Shirley wash windows at the Center for Children and Families at N. 3021 Third Ave. in Billings on Tuesday.
Saint Francis Students John Stears, Sean Kahn and Nick Willett pick up trash around the Center for Children and Families at N. 3021 3rd Ave. in Billings on Tuesday. About 50 students helped out in the community service event.
Shannon and Roy St. Dennis embrace at the end of their wedding ceremony at the Center for Children and Families on Saturday.
Roy St. Dennis places a ring on Savannah Little Son’s hand as he asks to become her dad during the wedding of St. Dennis and Little Son’s mother, Shannon Pronto, left, as U.S. District Judge Susan Watters looks on at the Center for Children and Families on Saturday.
Shannon and Roy St. Dennis get hugs from friends after their wedding at the Center for Children and Families on Saturday.
Shannon and Roy St. Dennis kiss at the end of their wedding ceremony at the Center for Children and Families on Saturday.
Roy St. Dennis, center, and U.S. District Judge Susan Watters look on as Leonard Pronto walks his daughter Shannon down the aisle at Roy and Shannon’s wedding Saturday.
Friends and family gather for the wedding of Shannon and Roy St. Dennis at the Center for Children and Families on Saturday.
Four organizations will share $13,000 in grants to improve or continue serving homeless populations in Billings.
Nikki Schaubel of the Center for Children and Families, right, tours the construction of the center’s offices with Joe Stout, director of operations of the Downtown Billings Association, and Mel Barbour, the outreach coordinator of Spare Change for Real Change on Thursday. The center receive…
Nikki Schaubel of the Center for Children and Families, right, tours the construction of the center's offices Thursday. The center received a grant from Spare Change for Real Change along with other local organizations.
A crew from Home Base Renovation works on the offices of the Center For Children and Families on Thursday.
Toys, diapers and household items were piled high under the Christmas tree at the Center for Children and Families on Thursday, donations from Billings GE Capital employees.
Brian Petersen, left, and Jomarie Bliss, center, of GE Capital and Nikki Schaubel, right, of the Center for Children and Families, discuss programming at the center as they stand next to the toys that were donated by the community committee at GE Capital on Thursday.
Yvette Burgess was having a wonderful time catching up with old friends during Tuesday’s annual Center for Children and Families/Family Drug Court Christmas party.
As the Billings Public Library — formerly known as Parmly Billings Library — prepares to move into its new building, it is auctioning off the last of its old furniture, furnishings and hardware.
Van for vets. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is contributing $22,000 toward a van for Independence Hall to transport homeless veterans to work, medical appointments and job interviews. Volunteers of America operates the transitional living center on Lake Elmo Road. Sen. Jon Tester …