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PHOTO COURTESY GOWNS4GOOD

A CREATIVE WAY TO HELP

Montana has weathered the COVID–19 storm well with regard to maintaining safety in healthcare facilities. The personal protective equipment (PPE) shortages plaguing facilities in other areas of the nation mean that some doctors and nurses have had to resort to using trash bags in an attempt to protect themselves and patients.

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s has become near and dear to Kristin Drain’s heart ever since her mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis. PHOTO COURTESY KRISTIN DRAIN

FOLLOWING THE CALLS TO HELP

Kristin Drain allows for life to guide her to volunteer pursuits, whether the appeal from a friend for help, her mother’s medical diagnosis or the adoption of a fluffy golden retriever. Her volunteer efforts and work have made her a familiar face to many in the community.

A cooking connection

Quarantine cooking classes are now an option in Big Sky. Big Sky Virtual Kitchen – a collaboration between Big Sky Community Organization, Hungry Moose Market and Deli and local culinary geniuses willing to share recipes is now up and running.

Photo courtesy of Morgen Ayers

BIG SKY BORN POWDER HOUND

Big Sky Resort has a team of kick-a– canines who are trained to rescue people who get in trouble on the mountain. Admired for their skill and bravery, they are even sponsored by Bridger Animal Nutrition, where photos of avalanche dogs are proudly displayed above the register.

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