In a typical year the Big Sky Community Food Bank (BSCFB) serves about 700 people and is only open two days a week. Seasonal folks, during financial emergencies, have often turned to the resource. When the pandemic started, things changed.
Against the backdrop of cliffs on a beautifully blue Saturday, 15 volunteers organized by the American Legion came together at the Red Cliff shooting range for an annual fall cleanup.
The Big Sky State Games 2021 Osborne Volunteers of the Year are Kyle Schlichenmayer, Roz Robinson, Melody Bilden, and Dave Omen. The award is named after Tom Osborne and his family; Tom was the Big Sky State Games founder and Executive Director from 1986-1996.
If you’re grateful for the beauty and solitude easily found in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, thank the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and the agency’s summer volunteers. That the forest is remote yet easily reachable is due to carefully maintained roads and readable signs.
Need a new summer hobby? The Gallatin Valley Food Bank has got you covered. The food bank will be putting on a bird friendly Gardening Workshop at the Story Mill Community Park in Bozeman on Tuesday, August 12.
The people of America need to volunteer. Right now, the American Red Cross is in a state of emergency and is in need of lifesaving blood during the ongoing severe blood shortage.
Deep in the Gravelly Mountains, despite the curtain of smoke below in the valleys, blue skies smiled on an assembled group of mountain bikers whose bi-pedaled mounts were equipped with chainsaws, pruning loppers, and just in case, bear protection.
Most individuals in Big Sky enjoy the outdoors right? Many of us enjoy things like hiking, biking and seeing wildlife in the summertime. Big Sky is truly a place unlike any other and most of us would like to keep it that way. However, there is a serious problem that could threaten all of these things, invasive species.
Who in Big Sky loves softball?
Ready, set, go! The July 4 5K run is back in person this Sunday on July 4. Like many things in 2020 the 5K run put on by the BSCO was virtual last year. This year it is back on at the Big Sky Community Park. All proceeds will go towards helping the BSCO’s efforts to improve our community.