Morrell Falls, Montana

2022 – 4th Quarter


Quarter 4

DeSmet School

DeSmet School was awarded with $2,000 to use towards flexible seating in their classrooms. Flexible seating provides students with choices, promotes physical health and improved behavior, sharpens thinking skills, improves a student’s commitment to learning, and more!

DeSmet School teacher Kris Gardner

Foundation for Community Health

Foundation for Community Health received a $500 donation to support Missoula’s Talent on Ice, which is a family-friendly event featuring skating, comedy and musical performances. Funds raised at the event provide vital health education and support western Montanans with outreach, assistance and scholarship programs.

Pictured from left to right: Executive Director Kira Huck and Programs and Engagement Manager Kevi Berger

Learning with Meaning

ORU provided $2,000 to Learning with Meaning, which will help to fund a student’s full year at Aspire, which is a community-based learning environment, respectful of all individuals and learning styles.

Executive Director Mike Anderson

Missoulian Snow Joke Half Marathon

The ORU Board provided the 44th annual Snow Joke Marathon with a check for $1,000. The marathon proceeds directly benefit Seeley Lake Elementary School’s Outdoor Adventure Club.

Advertising Sales Manager Joe Weston

Potomac School

The $2,000 received by Potomac School will be used to assist with admission and transportation to Larch Outdoor School and Montana Outdoor Science Academy for Potomac’s sixth and seventh grade students.

Potomac School teacher Christi Taillefer

Recycling Works

$3,350 was awarded to Recycling Works to assist with their Multi-Stream Recycling Project, which expands available services to recycle metal, paper, cardboard and plastics across Missoula and surrounding areas.

Pictured from left to right: Project Manager Rochelle Martin and Executive Director Ted Geilen

Sela Senci (Seeley Lake Senior Center)

Sela Senci received a $3,350 check to assist with the increased costs of supporting their Meals on Wheels delivery program. These funds will help to offset the costs of food items and expenses of the meal preparation and delivery team.

President Debbie Anderson

Town of Superior (Superior Rural Fire)

The Town of Superior received a $7,000 check to support the construction of a new rural fire station in the Tarkio area. Specifically, funds will help them connect and deliver power to a 48,000 gallon water storage tank to provide fire fighting water to the area.

Superior Fire Department Chief Scott Dodd