Columbia Falls Community Market

Ken and Kathy represented Special Friends Advocacy and People First at the Columbia Falls Community Market on Thursday, September 18th.  The Market is a great gathering place for Columbia Falls.  There is a wonderful selection of produce, fantastic baked goods and artisans have exceptional works for sale.  If you are hungry, there are at least 6 food trucks with menus … Continue Reading →

Tamarack Brewery Community Tap Night to Benefit Special Friends Advocacy

brewery nightThe Tamarack Brewery in Lakeside will be having a Community Tap Night to Benefit Special Friends Advocacy.  The date will be Wednesday, September 13th from 6 to 9pm.  Come and enjoy a wonderful meal, excellent beer and great company, all while contributing to an organization that assists community members with disabilities.  Click on “brewery night” to see a poster … Continue Reading →

Spring Mural Presented to Retirees

Kathy Rose presented the colorful flower piece created by People First and members of the FHS Art Club to retirees at the Heritage Place Healthcare Center in Kalispell on Tuesday (April 11th). The piece will be hung on the wall in the cafeteria where both groups gathered to play bingo before heading out for a pizza party sponsored by Sherry … Continue Reading →

People First Create Flower Art

Visit two to the Flathead High School Art Club went down this afternoon with teachers Sara Nelson and Kristie Catarelli organizing the activity. The beautiful flower mural created by People First members will be presented to folks at the Heritage Place Healthcare Center on April 11th. The group has enjoyed getting to know students and staff during these special art … Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Patch features fun activities

A regular bouncy house just isn’t enough when you can bounce in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains during a trip to the farmlands outside Kalispell. People First members enjoyed the view as they bounced the morning away during a recent outing to a local pumpkin patch. Members were a bit cold during the first hour, but soon warmed up … Continue Reading →