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An organization (working on our nonprofit status) of Stillwater community members who want to contribute to the active lifestyles and safety of our families by actively raising funds to expand the trail system.
T-Bone Cattle Women is a non-profit of local Montana Cattlewomen and National Association of Cattlewomen.
Sun - 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Mon - Sat - 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Wed - 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
SYC is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the healthy growth of the youth of our community. As a non-denominational group, we are Christian-based, but are not affiliated with any particular church. SYC has been serving the Stillwater community for the past 20 years. Our 2 staff members and multiple volunteers look forward to continued service for countless years to come.
The Stillwater Valley Watershed Council is a volunteer group of local residents and interested representatives working together to improve our rural Montana lifestyle. Together, we strive to protect, restore and conserve our abundant natural resources through good stewardship and community involvement for this and future generations.
The purpose of the Stillwater Republican Women is:
- To promote an informed electorate through political education and activity.
- To increase ...the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government through active political participation.
- To promote the principles of freedom, equality and justice on which the government of the United States is founded.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 11:30 in the Apple Village Cafe conference room in Columbus. No meetings in June, July or August.
Chairman - Fiona Nave
1st Vice Chair - Forrest Mandeville
2nd Vice Chair - Myron Gross
Secretary - Diane O'Neil
Treasurer - Brent Nave
Committeeman - Mark Chase
Committeewoman - Shirlee Keffer
Finance Chairman - Don Strizki
Special K Ranch provides family oriented Christian homes, on a working ranch, for adults who have developmental disabilities.
The ranch is located on 230 acres 8 miles east of Columbus between the frontage road and the Yellowstone River.
There are 31 residents living in seven separate family homes (4 per house) with a married couple who serve as home and vocational advisors.
Several cognitively challenged people from surrounding communities take part in the daily vocational program.
We have completed our new home of long-term living for 8 of our older residents.
There are 24 full-time employees and several part time relief workers.
In the 20 greenhouses on the property the residents and staff grow contracted bedding plants that are sold throughout Montana.
Tomatoes are grown in two of the houses February through October and sold to grocery stores, restaurants, and farmers markets with other vegetables and melons grown at the ranch.
The staff and residents also lamb 180 ewes and raise calves for ranch use and sale. Visitors are always welcome.
The Reed Point Community Club, Inc. was formed many years ago. Our major fund raisers include the annual Great Montana Sheet Drive and feeding the participants of the annual Yellowstone River Boat Float. Over the years we have raised thousands of dollars which have been used for many projects in our community. Our latest venture is the community park on the corner of Old Highway 10 and Division Street here in Reed Point. We are attempting to convert the old railroad depot, which we had moved to the property, into a community center. Another of our favorite projects that just keeps on giving is the Christmas Decorations that are placed on every power pole in town for the community and visitors to enjoy throughout the holiday season. We have helped the local volunteer fire department, the school, the town library and many of the different organizations at the school.
All donations are welcomed. We are a registered 501(c)3 tax exempt community service organization.