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32 SlDNEY HERALD, SUNDAYJUNE 2, 20l9 Aw lives in profound ways close Q A S to home and around the _ mom man world is deeply satisfying. in Arizona, we work with fuwre- one of the largest human n I r n W U't'mate'yl our bend‘mark services providers to the for success as women will homeless _ St Vincent de be when we are no longer talking about gender equity. look forward to the day when we can celebrate all leaders without it being a competition between male or female dominance. Paul. We partnered with their leaders to create the Urban Farm, which is truly sustainable and provides healthy produce to a population that often lacks access to nutritious food. St. we need to find and Vincent de Paul serves over celebrate our common 4,000 meals a day, grows humanity, especially as we 48,000 pounds offeod face new opportun't'es annually, has over 15,000 and challenges posed by technological advances such as artificial intelligence. volunteers and’over 25,000 donors. Think of how many lives are impacted and how that creates a ripple effect to What is a“ change many more lives. accomplishment of which What we have achieved 3'0“ are P'°"de§'7 with our conservation ThemOSt fumn'w partners in some of the exper'eeces thmugh our most special and vulnerable foundat'on are those, places on the planet is also mements When we d'reCt'Y rewarding. An example is in wrtness the effects of 1 giving in real time. The personal connection of mutual respect and appreciation is powerful; to create opportunities that potentially alter the ‘course of someone’s life for the better is incredibly lndonesia, where we worked with the government, local communities and several organizations like Conservation International, the World Wildlife Fund and The Nature Conservancy to help establish a network of marine protected areas in th humbling we also take 0" the Bird’s Head Seascape. He many ’systems’ challenges That action is helping ensure PHOTO 3v NICOLE LUCINA/SlDNEY HERALD like the ocean Whieh can be the survival of thousands overWhe'ming'y complex of species, everything from and have a '°"9'term sea turtles to whale sharks RECREATION SI trajectory where results or progress may be slower but are increasingly important for people and planet. Rumi’s quote, "You are not a drop in the ocean, you are the entire ocean in a drop,” clarifies how each of us contain both the choice of perspective and the power to make a difference. Having the opportunity to create change and see how and pygmy seahorses. We helped do something similar working with Conservation International and the island nation of Kiribati, which created the Phoenix Island Protected Area in another one of the world’s most biodiverse marine regions. It is a privilege to play a role in developing conservation solutions with lasting Girl Scout offers summer camps forages K—12 All girls, grades K’12, are invit- ed to take a look at camp offerings from Girls Scouts of Montana and Wyo- ming (GSMW). For more than 100 years, girl scouts of montana and wyoming The importance of these four outcomes is farther reaching than you might think. Out— doOr interest and con— fidence lay the foun- dation for a life of out- door engagement, and GSMW offers eight weeks of resident camp, from June 7 through August 16, at all three of its res- ident camps. Girl Scout camp is open to all girls — you don’t ourpartnersareimproving Impaa' Girl Scout camp has of nature and an in- spending time in the have to currently be brought girls un- terest in the natural tranquility of nature a Girl Scout to attend. Rumored_l_toaov. matched outdoor ad- world. has well-established To learn more about . venture full of learn- Outdoor Confi- implications for a camp and Girl Scouts, FROMPAGH M'kecooney ing (key skills, life dence: Girls gain person’s social, emo- see CooneyraformerMontana lessons), challenge confidence in their tional, cognitive, and camp. fOTQOVemorinZOlZ and legi5|at0fandsecretary0f (ropes courses, rap- ability to take on new physical health and GSMW member- the U-S-H0U591”2°l4~ StatelhaSbe-en BUHOCk'S ids), and, of course, challenges and learn formation ofvalues. ship consists of 9,095 ACCOVdithOMTN Newslhe lieutenantQOVemorSince a whole lot of friend- from and succeed in Being outdoors is girls and more than has an engineering degree from the us. Naval Academy and previously worked as a financial adviser in Billings. 2016. MTN News has named him as a potential Democratic candidate for governor, citing unnamed sources that say he ship and fun. From June through early August, GSMW hosts a variety of them. - Environmental Stewardship: Girls comes to understand one of the four pillars of the Girl Scout Ex-_ perience, along with STEM, life skills, and 2,950 adults with na- tional membership at 2.5 million. Check out Girl ScoutslTo Web-“‘93 COFEYStaP'eton- i5 "serldllfily COHSidering the camps for all girls how their behaviors ent repreneur 3 hip. join .or becomea. vol- M C9m race" at its three resident impact the environ- Girl Scouts change unteer please visit 3, FacebOOk P39€=faC8b0°K camp locations: Tim- ment and what they the world for the‘ or call pr com/CoreyforMT Rumfled "' Fo'me' bercrest Camp, Red can do to protect it. better. 800-736—5243. N See als°= Deputy 0.5. Trade Lodge; Camp Cas— . MTN News/Stapleton . tle Rock Butte; and announces bid for governor nepgesigtatll‘ve C a m p a c a j a w e a , ‘ W K ae un e Casper. Camp themes 3°“. Announced "" State Punke, who served as US. include high adven- Sen. AI Olszewski ambassador to the World ture, archery, archae- dW€ Olszewski, an orthopedic Trade Organization in the ology/ geology, horses, 5%, surgeon and state senator Obama administration, is ways of the wild west, frcm Kanspen, announced better known in Montana fly in g mechanisms, his gubernatorial campaign in April. He previously ran for the us. Senate in 2018, placing fourth in the Republican primary. Website: alformontana. corn Facebook page: facebook. com/alformontana as the author of the novel The Revenant, which was adapted into the movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio. He lives in Missoula and, according to his Linkedln profile, currently works as a vice president of global public policy for Amazon photography, arts, sailing, and more! Girls do not have to be in Girl Scouts cur- rently to attend. The Girl Scout camp experience builds leaders in four ways. When girls partici- See also: Web Services. pate in Girl Scouts’ Associated Press State Punke was named as o u t d o o r p r o g r a m Senator Al Olszewski a potential Democratic ming, they gain: Announces Run for Senate or gubernatorial - Outdo or C omp e Governor candidate in a May report tence: Girls learn to by Washington, D.C.-outlet engage safely and re- Flled — Former state Politico, which cited two sponsibly in a range sen. Gary pen-y ansonyrrlious sources. of ogtdtodor acfiiivtities.t eeaso: - u oor n eres 1 Perry’ Of Manhattan Politico / ’The Revenant’ Girls develop a love Ck filed as a gubernatorial candidate with the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices April 10. He served as a state senator between 2002 and 2010. Facebook page: facebook. com/PerryGov2020/ See also: Bozeman Daily Chronicle / Perry bids farewell to author considering run for Montana Senate or governor Now accepting new patients Around the clock 2508 Lincoln Ave. SE o Sidney 488-5700 can be dangerous Plt legislators .' - ks windshield fig: nave“! sup by and Rumored — ".5. Rep. fin sum - . an Greg Gianforte “gee :u' «nlfled glass renal! m Gianforte was the CoFr Republican nominee for governor in 2012, but failed to derail Gov. Steve Bullock's re-election bid. Jumping into politics after founding and selling RightNow Technologies in Bozeman, he was elected to the US. House in the 2017 special election and re-elected to a two-year term in 2019. He told the Glasgow Courier in April that he was "seriOusly considering" another bid for the governor's office. 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