Absarokee Area Food Bank delivers food to residents who do not have the time, transportation or physical ability to pick up from Project Hope of Stillwater County MT. They currently serve 30+ residents!
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A group of Absarokee Area Merchants who work together to promote our beautiful area and businesses.
Absarokee is without any form of government as the town is not incorporated. The Civic Club fills that void by addressing problems and concerns presented by its citizens. The annual fundraiser for the Civic Club is the Stillwater Run which is held the first Saturday in October. By working with various departments, the Civic Club helped put in sidewalks, and provided snow removal on those sidewalks, participated in Earth Day to clean up the town, helps with the upkeep of Hawkins Park, and other activities to help make Absarokee a better place to live.
Beartooth Back Country Horsemen is based in Fishtail, Montana, at the foot of the beautiful Beartooth Range in the Custer National Forest.
Beartooth Back Country Horsemen meets on the third Monday of each month at the Fishtail Community Center at 7:00 p.m. A program of interest to backcountry horsemen and the general public is presented at each meeting. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Members are drawn from points of the compass from Red Lodge to Columbus, Livingston to Billings. A number of out-of-state horsemen are also on the rolls.
Make sure to like them on Facebook and visit them at: http://bchmt.org/wp/beartooth/
Beartooth RC&D provides a broad range of business and project assistance, including fuels mitigation grants, food and agriculture assistance, and economic development support to the following counties in Southcentral Montana: Big Horn, Carbon, Stillwater, Sweet Grass, and Yellowstone.
• Business development and financial planning assistance.
• Direct business lending through the Revolving Loan Fund (RLF). Our loans are designed for small businesses that experience difficulty receiving an approval from a traditional bank or loan packages that require gap financing.
• Specialized agricultural business planning, marketing, and development. We work with rural farm and ranchers by providing assistance with product development, regulatory compliance training, food processing, and market research.
• Regional and local economic development planning and facilitation.
• Forest fuels mitigation planning and hazard removal.
• Maintenance and improvement of public services, infrastructure and facilities.
Columbus Community Foundation is a vehicle for philanthropy in Columbus, MT. The Foundation provides grant funding to non-profit organizations serving Columbus. The Foundation is supported through charitable donations.
The Annual Columbus Farmers Market begins Thursday, July 18th and will held each Thursday from 4pm until 6:30pm in the Railroad Park, Pike Ave, Columbus, MT. This year there will be local vendors of all varieties selling locally grown produce, delicious baked goods, sweet and hot jellies and preserves, fresh eggs, Angus jerky, fresh herbs and beautiful handcrafted items. Please come by to do your shopping and socialize with your neighbors!
ContactAndy at (406) 322-8648
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS) serves individuals, families and communities impacted by physical, sexual and emotional abuse, as well as stalking, and promotes healthy, equitable, violence-free relationships.
DSVS serves all of Stillwater and Carbon County.
DSVS accomplishes this mission in two major ones. First they created an education and prevention program targeted for middle school youth, Power Up, Speak Out! This progam teaches kids what they deserve in a healthy relationships and how to tell if they are not being treated well. Power Up, Speak Out! is used in middle schools and programs all over the United States!
DSVS also provides free, confidential services to victims of violence. These services range from rental assistance to job training and therapy.
DSVS operates a 24-hr helpline at 406.425.2222.
Fishtail Community Council is a non profit organization that maintains a center and a park for use for little or no cost. Many events are held at these facilities during the year, including Shakespeare In the Park, Wine and Art festival, Wedding, Memorials, Family reunions, and many other events too numerous to mention.
We have one major fund raiser each year. We call it Fishtail Family Fun Day. It includes vendor booths, a one mile parade in a one block town, bake sales, lunch and a duck race.