People First and Special Friends had a wonderful early morning Amtrak ride to Essex and then a great breakfast at the Izaak Walton Inn. The folks at the Inn took fantastic care of our group. We had a nice walk around the grounds surrounding the Izaak Walton Inn and then Harlow’s provided transportation back to Kalispell.
People First and Special Friends spent some time aboard the Far West cruising on Flathead Lake.
Special Friends and People First enjoyed a picnic and some time in the lake at Wayfarers State Park.
The local Kiwanis organization invited us to their Lodge on Bitterroot Lake. Special Friends and People First had a wonderful day.
A great day at The Amazing Fun Center. Special Friends and People First had a wonderful day at the Maze in Coram. Folks were finding their way through the Maze, racing around in Go Carts, playing Miniature Golf, and getting wear in the Water Bumper Boats.
All of us at Special Friends Advocacy and People First wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We wish you all a very safe holiday season full of wonderful memories and thoughts of a brighter 2021.
Special Friends Advocacy is sad to announce that the 2020 Big Wheels Tournament has been cancelled. In keeping with COVID-19 recommended guidelines about gatherings and our concern for the health and safety of players, volunteers, and spectators, we felt it was a decision that needed to be made. The tournament was scheduled for April 25th. The two associated practices on … Continue Reading →
THE 34TH BIG WHEELS WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT GLACIER HIGH SCHOOL ON APRIL 25, 2020. This is a great, fun event featuring a variety of teams. They all gather together to play basketball in wheelchairs to raise awareness and money to support community members with disabilities. If you would like information about the event or would like … Continue Reading →
We had a great afternoon at the Pin and Cue in Whitefish. Wonderful food, some hot bowling, and lots of visiting made for a fun time.
Art teachers Sara and Kristin at Flathead High School provided a great art project opportunity in early February. Everyone was able to create a keychain of their own design. We always have a wonderful time doing projects at Flathead.