A Check From Lincoln County Community Foundation
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Lincoln County Community Foundations is a tax-exempt public charity that supports the quality of life in south Lincoln County – through donations that are pooled to address community needs and support local nonprofits. Lincoln County Community Foundation (LCCF) executes this mission by building permanent endowments through annual and planned gifts from individuals, families, businesses, and charitable institutions. These permanent endowments are held in perpetuity for the benefit of the community; this means that as the funds grow, a portion of the investment returns are used for grants while the remainder of the funds continue to grow into the future forever. LCCF is affiliated with the Montana Community Foundation who invests and manages our endowment.
In the past 10 years, LCCF has awarded 94 grants and distributed $97,041 within Lincoln County. Supporting LCCF ensures that we keep wealth within our community to support local issues and organizations. As LCCF’s permanent endowment grows, there will be a stable and strong source of grants to address community needs into the future, making Lincoln County a better place to live, work, and call home.
For more information call Paula Darko-Hensler 293-4838 or Jim Seifert 283-1443.
Submitted by James Seifert
Donations For The Food Pantry
Courtesy of OrthoRehab Physical Therapy
Our OrthoRehab Troy clinic is accepting food donations to help fill the shelves of the Troy Food Pantry. Please stop by our clinic at 302 E. Missoula. on Tuesday or Thursday before December 15 to drop off non-perishable food, or monetary donations as well.
Thank you for joining us in helping our friends and neighbors who may not have a lot this winter.
Snowy Moring At Turner Mountain
Fresh snow fall Sunday Morning , November 27 at Turner Mountain– Photo Courtesy of Turner Mountain Ski Area
By Alex Silgalis, Gear Junkie
A one-hit wonder in music is still epic even if the group only came out with a single tune. In similar fashion, Turner Mountain has only one lift — but what it offers skiers and snowboarders is on the epic side.
Tucked away in a remote part of Montana, their double chair gives you access to over 2,110 vertical feet of skiing. What it lacks in size it more than makes up on its price tag. For $40, you’ll gain access to steep powder-filled fall-line skiing.
Photo Courtesy of Jordan LeCount