This page is the official writing contest summary and results for our "Letter to Me" essay contest. The start of a new school year presents the opportunity for students to have a fresh start. We wanted to encourage teens and college students to sit down and write about their goals, fears, and other ideas for the upcoming year of their life.
Fourteen organizations from across the state received grants for projects in line with the mission of the Red Ants Pants Foundation. Grant funding from the Red Ants Pants Foundation will help with the production of a video for elementary students about the production of beef in Montana.
Blue Dog Provisions are made of only one ingredient — smoked Montana beef, lamb and pork offal that come straight from the butcher shop! Funds from the Community Grant will be used for logo and packaging design.
Funds will go towards the construction of a root washer so the farm can increase production of carrots, beets, celeriac and potatoes and grow their small business. While Montana is the largest producer in the country of organic and non-organic lentils, most people in the state are not familiar with this powerhouse food.
Financial support will help to fund trips to towns like Havre, Fort Benton, Baker and Lewistown, and allow for printing of recipes and recipe ingredients. Grant funding will go towards infrastructure improvements they are implementing to achieve Good Agricultural Practices GAP certification.
FFA helps high school students become successful adults by providing opportunities in a wide variety of career experiences. This program seeks to provide new opportunities as well as stay up to date with more traditional career paths.
To support the high school welding programs in the Flathead Valley, funding from the Foundation will go toward the purchase of auto-darkening welding helmets.
Funds from the Foundation will assist LWIB with operational costs for monthly meetings and guest speakers. In cooperation with the local family-run Wholesome Foods Farm, Luther School started providing farm visits and local produce to school children.
With the support from the Foundation, Luther school will be able to increase the number of farm visits and provide students with year-round access to locally grown foods in their school lunch program. The development of Hornet Vinyl was spearheaded by senior students and is an effort to get high school students interested in entrepreneurship.
Grant funding will assist in the purchase of equipment to develop this community business. Funding from the Foundation will provide four weeks of professional wilderness skills training and experiential learning for one female Wilderness Ranger Intern, who will spend the summer accomplishing priority wilderness work.
The woman-owned small business prepares home cooked meals with local ingredients for Ruby Valley residents.
Funds from the Foundation will help grow this aspect of the small business. The vision of Valler Mercantile is to bring healthy, fresh food to the valley; to purchase produce, eggs, milk and artisan products from local producers; to help create new income sources; to provide healthy living skills-training and sustainable living classes; and to become a community gathering place to exchange ideas, skills, encouragement and support.
Funding from the Foundation will go toward the purchase of a chest freezer for the store.
As a result of the trade mission meetings, Agile Data Solutions of Missoula already has several software demos deployed, while other businesses established key relationships to build new business partners.
Agile Data Solutions owner Joel Henry plans to return to Canada within a month to finalize contracts, making the UM technology spinoff officially international.
We know MWTC will be there for us as we follow up on contracts in this market and explore new markets abroad. What an excellent resource for businesses across our state. Commercial Service; the Canadian Consulate; UM alumnus Kyle Washington; and many others in planning events designed to maximize business success potential.An Open Letter To My CEO.
Dear Jeremy, When I was a kid, back in the 90s when Spice Girls and owning a pager were #goals, I dreamed of having a car and a credit card and my own apartment.I told my.
A letter to a friend. You are here. I'm so happy on 6 p.m because I see my some old friends. at 8 p.m i come home and study for my school's lessons then i play with my phone and chat with my friends. Then i sleep at 2 a.m. It's to late because i'm free and it makes me relax to sleep late on friday's nights.
Saying Goodbye to My Best Friends By A S - Aug 08 However, each time I wrote their name on the top of the goodbye letter I wanted to write, I came up blank. How was I supposed to put 10 years of friendship into a letter? I had given up hope and had assigned myself to be a wallflower at my new school, missing my friends and my old.
College Essay Three. The winter of my seventh grade year, my alcoholic mother entered a psychiatric unit for an attempted suicide. Mom survived, but I would never forget visiting her at the ward or the complete confusion I felt about her attempt to end her life.
Last year was an awful year for me, I went into a lot of trouble that caused me to face my own consequences for my own bad decisions.
I’m ———– and I’m 15 years old, my family is consisting of 5 people; my parents, my elder brother who is 18 years, my younger brother who is 14 years old and me, the only girl who is stuck in the middle.
Letter to Me - Writing Exercise - A New Chapter.
A Fresh Start. (This teen is coming back to his old school, after leaving for a boarding school for a year) Letter to Me: Surfing the Wave by MissBrie Letter to Me: Me and my best friend .