Officer Jordan Venezio from the Kalispell Police Department spoke with People First about social media safety this week. One of the top pieces of advice he gave members with cell phones was to turn off the location setting before taking or posting any photos. Everyone learned some smart precautions from the officer’s PowerPoint presentation.
Board President Kim Davis had a great time with Kalispell community members who showed up Tuesday evening at the Kalispell Brewery to help give support to the Special Friends organization. The Brewery donated $1 for every pint purchased between 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. at their downtown Kalispell location, and the fundraiser attracted a full house most of the evening. The SFAP would like … Continue Reading →
Tuesday, December 27th was the last tour of the year for seeing Kalispell’s Christmas lights by trolley. Some of the displays were truly amazing featuring trees, painted figures and character displays featuring Peanuts cartoon personalities and Santa at the North Pole. The People First folks in attendance enjoyed socializing while seeing a broad array of lights. Some of the back … Continue Reading →
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 →
The conference room at the Gateway Community Center was filled with gifts and cheer on Thursday as nineteen members from People First assembled to celebrate the holiday season. A buffet featuring a wide array of sandwich and cookie choices greeted the members as they chatted while listening to Christmas music. The highlight for the event came when everyone drew a … Continue Reading →