As Community Volunteers Age on Montana Hi-Line, Transition Planning Becomes Key | State and regional
That was over seven years ago. Today, Miller is instrumental in organizing the Stampede, Brewfest, art in the park, the Christmas walk, Santa’s tours, and other area events.
Miller listed several benefits of taking over from volunteers at Wolf Point. She said a willingness to participate in Main Street volunteer events leads to recognition and recognition, especially for young people who seek a role to play in the local economy.
Miller said volunteerism with the chamber has continued, if not growing, during his time with the organization. âWe have enough generals,â she said. âWe might need more people who are just ready to help. “
Suzanne Shumway, 32, of Wolf Point, is the chapter secretary of the town’s Lions Club. She said the personality had nothing to do with her habit of engaging in volunteer activities in the community. Shumway is a loan specialist at First Community Bank in Wolf Point. In December 2017, her colleague Diane White, who served as Lions secretary, left the bank and stepped down from her role with the club.
âThere was no one else to do it,â Shumway said. He was asked to help. Since accepting, she has come to enjoy weekly breakfasts with club members and annual activities in the community, including pancake breakfasts, Adopt-a-Highway ditch cleaning, flags for first graders and high school tournament help. When asked if she would have ended up contributing to volunteer groups if she hadn’t been put on the spot at work, Shumway guessed she didn’t.