For the majority of us who drive downtown, snagging a parking spot is part of the daily routine.
New ideas and old challenges were on display Wednesday morning as a visiting panel of parking experts engaged with downtown merchants; advocates for people with disabilities; and workers, shoppers and diners who regularly use downtown parking.
Montana's 63rd Legislature has a unique opportunity to do the right thing for people with disabilities and older adults who are in need of personal assistance services to remain living in their own homes and communities.
Living Independently for Today and Tomorrow is moving to 1201 Grand Ave., Suite 1 and is tentatively scheduled to open there on Jan. 2.
Living Independently for Today and Tomorrow has added the following people to its staff.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals, Montana Chapter, has elected its 2012 board of directors and officers. The new officers are Kim Kaiser, CFRE (president) senior advisory for campaign/major gifts, St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation; Vicki Davison (president-elect), director of adv…
When Christy Ellerbee volunteered to put together a dream bed for a child as a fundraiser, she knew just where to turn for help. She plugged into the diehard cadre of University of Montana fans known as Griz Nation. Fans helped her round up bedding and enough merchandise to decorate a child…
Joe Burst, development director for The Center for Children and Families, assembles a bed for the Dream Beds for Kids fundraiser at Rimrock Mall last week. The beds will be on display until Sept. 11.
The board of directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Montana Chapter, hosts a social/networking event from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 7, at the Yellowstone Art Museum. Admission is free for AFP members and $15 at the door for nonmembers. RSVP by Friday, June 3, to 651-6555 …