Laurel Exchange Club provides for non-profit organizations

Thursday, January 24, 2019
Justin Whitfield and Jaidyn Milliron present a check of $3,433 to a member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yellowstone County. The Laurel Exchange Club gave away nearly $7,500 to worthy causes Jan. 16. Much of the money was raised through the Healing Field.

Justin Whitfield and Jaidyn Milliron present a check of $3,433 to a member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yellowstone County. The Laurel Exchange Club gave away nearly $7,500 to worthy causes Jan. 16. Much of the money was raised through the Healing Field.

Family Tree Center Justin Whitfield and Jaidyn Milliron presents a check of #3,433 to Julie Hoffman of the Family Tree Center.

Family Tree Center
Justin Whitfield and Jaidyn Milliron presents a check of #3,433 to Julie Hoffman of the Family Tree Center. 

Hometown Troops Jennifer Sletten and Jaidyn Milliron presents a check of $200 to the Hometown Troops members, Renee Marshal and other group member.

Hometown Troops
Jennifer Sletten and Jaidyn Milliron presents a check of $200 to the Hometown Troops members, Renee Marshal and other group member. 
 

Veterans Meat Locker Jaidyn Milliron (left) and Jennifer Sletten (right) presents a check of $200 to Chris (center) of Veterans Meat Locker.

Veterans Meat Locker
Jaidyn Milliron (left) and Jennifer Sletten (right) presents a check of $200 to Chris (center) of Veterans Meat Locker. 

The Laurel Exchange Club presented checks totaling nearly $7,500 to four different non-profit organizations last Wednesday, January 16th, at Sid's East Side Bar & Grill. The club presented the Laurel Big Brothers Big Sisters program and the Family Tree Center $3,433 each that was raised from the Healing Field that was held last September. The club is doing the Healing Field again this year in September in conjunction with Patriots Day. Laurel Hometown Troops and the Veterans Meat Locker received checks of $200 each that was raised from the recent raffle of Adam Gross Photography prints. Each organization receiving funding gave a short presentation about their work after receiving their checks. 
The club also had a guest speaker from Every Child Plays. Project Co-Chair, Carina Deguire discussed plans for the Rose Park Elementary playground. Dequire said their goal is to build an inclusive playground that will work for children with disabilities so they can participate with the rest of the children during recesses. For more information visit  www.everychildplaysbillings.org 
Folks interested in the work of the Laurel Exchange Club can follow the club on Facebook at facebook.com/laurelexchangeclub or at its new website at www.laurelexchangeclub.org

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