HONEYMOON PARADISE — A Mecca for newlyweds and tourists, Niagara Falls draws over 30 million visitors each year. Photo for the I-O by Cindy Habets-Peterson
Special to the I-O by Cindy Habets Peterson
September isn’t considered summer in Montana – a cool fall chill is in the air most days, the kids are back in school and the summer blooms are dormant for another year.
As I look out my California window at the bright blue sky it’s hard to imagine fall here, I’m too busy being thankful for the sunshine after three months of fog, wind and summer sweater-weather here in San Francisco. We finally get to enjoy our “summer months” of September and October.
So while you may not be expecting another summer road trip feature, I’ve decided one more is in order to celebrate the beginning of our summer. It will be one to tuck away and think about for that big trip next year.
BUMP SHOT — Cowgirl senior Olivia Campbell, a middle hitter, digs up a shot in play with the Choteau Bulldogs on Saturday. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
The losing woes continued for the Cowgirl volleyball squad as they dropped a pair of matches to Cut Bank and Choteau over the weekend.
Playing the Lady Wolves of Cut Bank, the scores went like this 17-25, 20-25, 16-25. Against the Choteau Bulldogs on Saturday, the scores were 13-25, 21-25, 19-25.
Facing Cut Bank in the first game, the home girls fell behind 0-7 and never could catch up. There were no ties or lead changes in either of the first two sets.
Judy Magruder of Brady to be honored
The 20th day of August was a special day because it marked the 40th anniversary of Special Olympics under the Big Sky.
To celebrate the occasion, a gala event will take place the evening of Sept. 25 at the Mansfield Convention Center in Great Falls in which 40 key influencers – individuals, organizations and businesses from all across Montana – will be honored.
Judy Magruder who moved to Brady about two years ago will be one of the 40. She and her husband Tom had lived in Monarch.