ContributorSummer 2017Construction Now Underway on NewBenefis Emergency DepartmentA groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 12, 2017, markingthe official start of the construction for the new 12.5 million BenefisEmergency Department (ED). The size of the ED will be nearly doubledthrough both new construction and remodeling, and the innovativedesign will allow more efficient and patient-friendly care withshorter wait times.Construction for the new ED will take approximately 18 monthsto complete. Throughout that time, the ED will remain completelyfunctional to meet the needs of our community.The Benefis Foundation committed to raising 2.5 million for thisstate-of-the art, patient- and family-focused center. To date, morethan 2 million has been raised.Continued on page 2“Our amazing donors are helping to ensure the future ofworld-class, life-saving emergency care for years to come.”Kevin Langkiet, Benefis Director of Emergency Services and Critical CareBenefis Health System Foundation

The current Benefis ED was designed and built nearly two decades ago tocare for only 24,000 patients annually. Today, the Benefis ED cares for morethan 34,000 patients per year.Construction PhasesPhase IRelocate helipad,surrounding parking lots,remodel old cath labPhase IIRemodel old endoscopybuilding, build newambulance parkinggarage and three newtrauma baysPhase IIIBuild ED radiology areaPhase IVBuild critical care suitesPhase VRemodel old EDPhase VINew construction incurrent north parking lotAs one of only four Level IItrauma centers in Montana,Benefis Emergency Servicesis always ready to providelife-saving care 24 hoursa day, 365 days a year."On top of seeing patients wayBenefis CEO John Goodnowover the intended capacity, thecomplexity and acuity of thepatients we’re seeing is risingas well," commented Benefis Emergency Services Director Dr. BridgetBrennan. "We’ve flown over 1,000 Mercy Flights the last two years running,and every day we are seeing more psychiatric patients and unfortunatelypatients in need of sexual assault evaluations. The design team has beenfocused on those details plus hundreds more.”Several enhancements will be featured in the new ED:— High-tech equipment and the flexibility to accommodatefuture technological advancements— More than 30 rooms that will be significantly larger thanthe current 18 rooms— Two pediatric suites— Two-room sexual assault exam suite— Behavioral health treatment room for patients facing an acutepsychiatric crisis— Enclosed ambulance garage with covered drive-through access nPlease support the new Benefis Emergency Departmentand help us reach our 2.5 million fundraising goal. You canmake a gift using the enclosed giving envelope or online information about naming opportunities in the new ED,please call the Benefis Foundation at (406) 455-5840.2 Contributor Summer 2017“When you think about it, theEmergency Department probablyhas more importance to ourcommunity and region thanalmost any other serviceprovided by Benefis.”

More Than 500,000Raised at MayfaireSupport for Mayfaire 2017 was tremendous—more than 527,000 was raised for the new Benefis EmergencyDepartment capital campaign.The charity golf tournament on May 12 at the MeadowLark Country Club boasted beautiful weather and 60 teams.The Gala on Saturday evening had all the glitz and glam tomake it an event to remember. Benefis’ 125th Birthday wascelebrated with an art deco theme and an exquisite threetiered birthday cake.More than 75 silent auction items went to the highestbidders, and the live auction featured such exclusive itemsas a Muhammed Ali signed boxing glove and tickets tothe Country Music Awards in Nashville. The Company Menfrom Los Angeles dazzled guests and filled the floorwith dancing.Benefis Employees were instrumental in Mayfairefundraising—more than 200 gave financial contributionsto the ED campaign. For the list of employee donors, Numbers“We are extremely grateful for the support of our sponsors,the community, and event attendees,” said Mayfairecoordinator Kelly Michel. “Mayfaire 2017 was an incrediblesuccess because of their generosity and the dedication ofour wonderful volunteers and committee members.” n69 business supporters240 golfers on 60 teams78 silent auction packages10 live auction items89 volunteers36 gifts made during thespecial appeal712 guests at the gala 3.6 million raised forimprovements and special servicesto enhance healthcare services atBenefis over the past 18 yearsSummer 2017 Contributor 3

Mayfaire 2017 SupportersMayfaire 2017 DonorsParamountAlbertsonsAmy’s Morning PerkKeith and Mimi AndersonBalance Massage Therapy, LLCBarnes & Noble BooksellersDudley BeardBenefis Emergency ServicesBenefis Food andNutritional ServicesBenefis Health SystemBoard of DirectorsBenefis Med SpaBenefis Spectrum Medical, IncBenefis Volunteer ServicesBig Bang PizzaPamalia J. BlackwellDr. Bill and Lynn BloemendaalDanny Borland and Dr. Judy BorlandWilliam and Jacqueline BourretRobert and Cheryl BreckenridgeBrush CrazyDavid and Casey BuckinghamBuffalo Wild WingsCatherine L. BurnsteinCharles and Barbara ByrneMartin and Brenda ByrnesC’Mon InnCabinet View Golf CourseDavid and Tanya CameronCandy MasterpieceMark and Martha CappisMatthew CappisWilliam and Amy CarmichaelCeltic CowboyCloud Catcher AviationColdstone CreameryBrittnea V. CollinsCredit Associates, Inc.Sandra K. CummingsDairy QueenDick Anderson ConstructionScott and Christina DimkeDisneyland ResortDr. Paul and Cindy DolanDundas InteriorsNancy DusterhoffJustin EdgarEdward JonesDr. Michael D. EisenhauerJames and Sheila EkstedtElectric City Coffee and BistroElectric City Conservatory& Flower FarmGrant and Mercede EveFerrin’s FurnitureJim and Debbie FilipowiczJoseph and Misty FilipowiczFilmlites Montana LLCFlippin Family FunGeorge and Donna FrankoBrad FridellTodd and Karen FriedKent and Kathleen FunyakPremierPlatinumContract Flooring Carpet OneDrinker BiddleGoldAramark Healthcare TechnologiesD.A. DavidsonMcLean & AssociatesMoss AdamsSilverAdvanced Care Hospital of MontanaAero AirAllegiance Benefit PlanManagementAnderson ZurMuehlenBest Western Plus Heritage InnBrentwood Services AdministratorsCentral Plumbing &Heating/Central ExcavationCentron ServicesCity Motor CompanyCogswell Insurance AgencyCredit AssociatesCrowley FleckCTA Architects EngineersDavis Business MachinesDick Anderson ConstructionEdward JonesIn-KindAdvanced Litho PrintingEklund's Appliance, TV & FurnitureForde NurseryTable SupportersChange HealthcareControl System IntegratorsGlobal FinancialHolman AviationJoseph EveGolf SupportersBuzz Your FuzzLeavitt GroupNational Laundry & Dry CleanersNelson ArchitectsVizientFirst Interstate BankInsurance PointJunkermier, Clark, Campanella,StevensLeidos HealthMaddox Roofing and ConstructionMalisani, Inc.Matsko Eye ClinicMetro AviationNorthern Montana Health CareNorthWestern EnergyPathWise PartnersRubin and RaineStockman BankTaylor Luther GroupTri-County Mechanical & ElectricalUnited MaterialsUS BankFox Fine JewelersThomas CuisineLiberty ElectricMcLaughlin Research InstituteMontana MillingDr. John VanGilderLoenbroMedlineCorporate SupportersMcKesson HealthcareGeneral Distributing CompanyGuy Tabacco Construction Co.VemcoTEKsystems4 Contributor Summer 2017Cliff GarnessDuane and Katherine GebhardtSydne GeorgeDarren and Nicole GilcherJohn H. GoodnowTimothy and Sara GoroskiBryce and Sara GraftGrand Union Co., LTD.Great Falls Symphony AssociationGreat Falls Trap and Skeet ClubGreat Falls VoyagersGreat Harvest Bread CoGreenup Lawn, Landscape& SprinklersRick GriffinRobert and Veronica GriffithGuy Tabacco ConstructionThomas and Marilyn HallRichard and Vicki HammerPatty J. HarrisThomas and Donde HayesHempl’s BakeryNathan and Stacy HoehnHolman AviationBruce and Patricia HoulihanJordan Husted and Kaci BiederstedtPaul and Lori HustedIndian Ridge Country ClubJaker’sRobinette JankiewiczDr. Michael and Danine JasumbackJJ’s BakeryNobby and Betty JohnsonJohn and Michelle KoppelmanDavid Krebs and Elizabeth StoryKRTV 3 Montana’s News StationDr. Richard and Lorena LauritzenEric and Kristy LeMayJames and Amy LinderJohn LloydJoe and Nancy LonckiMacKenzie River Pizza CoArt and Renee MalisaniSteven and Julie MarianiBarbara MarshallEugene and Sanford McAllisterDwayne McClellanDr. William and Juanita McGregorMcKamey Ranch CompanyMeadow Lark Country ClubMighty Mo Brewing CompanyMontana ExpoParkMontana State UniversityBobcat AthleticsDean and Cheryl NelsonNelson ArchitectsNew York Life InsuranceDouglas and Paige NicholsonNorth 40 OutfittersLeslie S. OaklandDr. Gina M. PainterGary and Marilyn ParkerParker Farms

PEAK Health & Wellness CenterPenthouse Salon and SpaPerkins Family RestaurantNadine PickthornPizazzLincoln and Judith PowersTheresa A. PreiteProBuildPam PurdyQuality Life ConceptsVince RaineSusan J. RaphREZ EngineeringStacy M. RiceDave and Rebecca RichardsRoadhouse DinerRocky Mountain Chocolate FactoryRoland and Helen LapeeFamily FoundationDavid and Karla RunkelScott and Shannon SchandelsonScheels SportsSteven and Carla SchniderSignal Point Golf ClubJames and Jill SimmonsMark Simon and Dr. Jo WalkerMargaret SitzmannAmber L. SteersWilliam and Dena SterlingRyan and Tausha StollAdam TabaccoRobert and Heather TabaccoGreg and Trina ThayerThe Hotel ArvonThe Lakes Country ClubThe Ranches at Belt CreekThe Springs ClubThe Westin Mission HillsGolf Resort & SpaDr. Gregory and Joan TierneyJoseph and Leslie TrippJeff and Vicki TuttleUniversity of Great FallsAthletic DepartmentUniversity of MontanaAthletic DepartmentUpland Anglers Lodge and OutfittersDennis and Jackie Van HeelDr. John G. VanGilderDr. Joe Vincent andDr. Justine RedlinMichael and Stacy WaldenbergDr. Douglas and Patrica WaldoEd and Sue WarrenWells Fargo FoundationAshley WhitneyDr. Tyler and Jenny WillWines by WednesdayTom WorkmanFrances M. WylderThank you for supporting Mayfaire2017 and the new Benefis EmergencyDepartment. Your generosity will havea direct impact on thousands of patientsfrom our region and will allow us toprovide the highest quality care foryears to come.Summer 2017 Contributor 5

10,000 Raised for the 221 Children’s FundThe 221 Children’s Fund at the Benefis Foundationhelps families with various healthcare expenses forchildren suffering from devastating illnesses.In May, The Sting Sports Bar and 221 Industriesheld a special event that raised more than 10,000for the 221 Children’s Fund. The event featured livemusic, silent and live auction items, and 1 wasdonated for every adult beverage purchasedthroughout the night. A mother of a child whowas assisted recently by the 221 Children’s Fundexpressed her gratitude, “Our family appreciatesit more than you will ever know.”To date, more than 83 families have been helpedby the 221 Children’s Fund.The pediatric patients from the Great Falls areathat have been assisted by this fund are affected bya range of health problems, including cancer,heart and developmental problems, blindness,deafness, autism, epilepsy, cystic fibrosis, andcerebral palsy. Many require treatment or frequentfollow-up appointments throughout Montana andthe western United States.The 221 Children’s Fund has helped pay for travelexpenses and medical bills so these children canreceive the care they need. The fund also helpsfamilies with a variety of supplies and medicalequipment, like wheelchair accessories, car seats,eye glasses, and more. The need for assistancefrom the 221 Children’s Fund is always great. nPlease support the221 Children’s Fundby donating today atwww.benefisfoundation.orgor by returning theenclosed envelope to theFoundation with your gift.About the 221 Children’s FundInspiration for this fund came from 221 Industries’ Cory Smith’solder brother, Tyson, who died from a rare form of cancer whenhe was just 13 years old. The Benefis Foundation’s Angel Fundprovided financial assistance to the Smith family to help withTyson’s treatments before he passed away 20 years ago.Cory created the 221 Children’s Fund with the BenefisFoundation and has held several fundraising events to supportit. The name of 221 Industries was also inspired by Tyson.His lucky number was 22, and Cory’s is 21.(above) The Wenchperformed at the 221 Children'sFund event, which raised more than 10,000.(right) The Sting Sports Bar and the Hollis familydonated 1 for every adult beverage purchased atthe event. Pictured (left to right): Cory Smith, RichHollis, Sara Hollis, and Colleen Murphy.6 Contributor Summer 2017

Donors Make MRIScans Safer forHigh-Risk PatientsThanks to the generosity of Foundation donors who gave to theGreatest Need Fund, the Benefis Radiology department recentlypurchased a cutting-edge vital sign monitor specifically designedto remain in the room during an MRI without being affected by theMRI magnetization.With the Philips Invivo Expression MR400 MRI Compatible PatientMonitor, vital signs like heart rate, oxygen levels, and blood pressureare continually reviewed as patients undergo an MRI scan, whichmay take up to an hour and a half. This is critical for ICU patientsor patients under anesthesia.Typically, between five andeight patients per week needthis monitor during their MRI.That adds up to approximately416 patients per year thatare now safer because ofdonors like you.In addition to high-risk patients, this new technologically advancedMRI monitor ensures the safety of pediatric patients during an MRIscan. In order to get the clearest images, the patient must remainperfectly still for long periods of time which can be very difficultfor small children and nearly impossible for infants and toddlerswithout the use of anesthesia.“Our staff and physicians are incredibly happy with the results,”said Paul Fulbright, Benefis Radiology Services Manager. “Weare extremely thankful that the Benefis Foundation purchasedthis more than 63,000 monitor for our department.” nThe Radiology department now has themost advanced technology availableto safely produce extremely detaileddiagnostic imaging for some of Benefis’youngest and most critical patients.Summer 2017 Contributor 7

Western Art Week ArtistSupports Angel FundCountless families in Northcentral Montanahave experienced the heartache of watchingtheir child suffer from catastrophic illnesses.Thanks to the Benefis Foundation’sgenerous donors, 1,237 families havereceived assistance from the Angel Fundsince 1997 to help pay for travel expenseswhen their children required advancedmedical care at an out-of-state facility.The Angel Fund exists to help families dealwith the tremendous financial strain ofcaring for a seriously ill child. The childrenit helps have a special place in the heartof many Montanans, including renownedBillings artist Kira Fercho.During Western Art Week in March, KiraFercho partnered with the Angel Fund andMake-A-Wish Montana to hold a specialevent to benefit the two organizations.Taking place at the Celtic Cowboy in historicdowntown Great Falls, Kira and severalother artists displayed and sold theirartwork throughout the week, donating10 percent of their sales to the Angel Fundand Make-A-Wish Montana.(left) A licensedclinicaltherapist, Kira loves workingwith children and ispassionate about givingback to families in need.The Angel Fund requiresongoing support tocontinue helping childrenget the care they need, andthese artists answered thatcall. Pictured: Artists KiraFercho and Kevin Rose8 Contributor Summer 2017

The week culminated in a sold-out ticketedevent on Saturday evening whereguests had the exclusive last-chanceopportunity to purchase artwork to benefitthe two children’s causes. This benefitevent was sponsored and made possibleby the Celtic Cowboy and PathwisePartners, and raised more than 1,000for the Angel Fund. nIf you would like to helpfamilies in our community duringa time of dire need, please donateto the Angel Fund Thanks to JaredBrown (left) of PathwisePartners and Wayne Thares(right) of the Celtic Cowboyfor sponsoring the event.(right) Many Benefisemployees supportedthe event and enjoyedappetizers, beverages,and interacting with Kira.Pictured: (left) Roni Griffith,Clinic Manager, BenefisMedical Group, and (right)Betsy Yaeger, ClinicManager, BenefisMedical GroupPhotos by Cindy Cieluch PhotographySummer 2017 Contributor 9

Benefis HealthSystem FoundationBoard of DirectorsRichard “Dick” Doughten Retiresfrom Benefis Foundation BoardOfficersShannon E. Hoiland, ChairDouglas M. Nicholson, Vice ChairBryce C. Graft, SecretaryDean A. Nelson, TreasurerDirectorsBarbara L. ByrneGrant W. EveNora E. Gerrity, MDDena Burnham JohnsonWayne E. LinnellChris R. ReiquamJames R. SimmonsPatricia T. SlettenG. Mike TabaccoDiane N. VolkRichard “Dick” Doughten retired recently after serving nine yearson the Benefis Health System Foundation Board of Directors. Dickbegan on the Board in 2008 after he retired as a Ford dealershipowner from Chinook. He and his wife, Nancy, moved to Great Falls tobe closer to their daughter and her family and to have closer accessto Benefis for his healthcare needs.Dick was a member of the Development and Stewardship Committee,Executive Committee, Nominating Committee, and served as BoardChair from January 2012 through December 2014.Thank you for your commitment and leadership to the FoundationBoard of Directors and its mission of improving healthcare for ourcommunity and region. nBenefis Health SystemEx-OfficioAmy Beames, President of SeniorServices, Philanthropy &Legislative AffairsWilliam R. McGregor, MDBenefis Health System BoardBenefis FoundationWelcomes New BoardMember Jim SimmonsFounding DirectorsDonald H. Berdeaux, MDJ. W. Bloemendaal, MDGeorge L. CampanellaThelmaRose Casey, RN*Kevin P. ClarkJohn R. CorwinJames D. Eidson, MDGaee M. Ellis*Sandra L. Geske*Richard L. GriebGregory J. HatleyJane C. Hibbard*Paul C. HustedRichard E. Lauritzen, MDJack L. LewisBarbara L. MoeNancy M. O’BrienM. Kathy RiceShirlee J. ThiebesRodney C. ThorneEvie A. UgrinAl W. VerploegenVirginia H. WieckCarter Williams*Milton O. Wordal*Frances M. Wylder* Deceased10 Contributor Summer 2017“When the BenefisFoundation is successful, ithelps the region’s economyand community grow.”Jim SimmonsNational Laundry Company has been a proud supporterof Mayfaire for the past 18 years, donating all of thetable linens used at the Gala. Jim Simmons, Sales andService Manager for National Laundry, recently steppedup his support and has become a Benefis FoundationBoard Member.Jim looks forward to being a board member and servingon the Development Committee.“The Benefis Foundation helps contribute not only toBenefis, but to the overall Northcentral Montana medicalcommunity and population,” commented Simmons.National Laundry was founded in 1910 and has grownto own the majority of major laundry operationsthroughout Northwest and Central Montana. Simmonsis very active with sports, and he and his family loveto spend time on the water skiing, wakeboarding, surfing,and paddleboarding.We look forward to benefitting from the hard work ethicand new ideas Jim will bring to our Board! n

TwoTax-wiseGivingToolsCharitable IRA RolloverFor people who are age 70½ or older, a charitable distribution fromyour IRA is a tax-favored way to make a gift. Amounts given in this waycount toward the IRA required minimum withdrawal amount and are notsubject to income tax. These gifts must be directly transferred by yourIRA administrator to the charity. Contact your IRA administrator or taxadvisor for more information.Montana Endowment Tax CreditGifts that qualify for the Montana Endowment Tax Credit are anothertax-savvy way to make charitable contributions. To learn more about thisopportunity, please contact us. We make it easy for you and provide allthe information needed for your tax preparation.To learn more about tax-wise giving,call Marilyn Parker at (406) 455-5836.Giving monthly to Benefis Foundation provides consistentsupport and makes sure funds are continuously available tohelp those in need. Joining the Caring Hearts Monthly GivingClub is easy—your gift will automatically transfer from yourbank account or credit card each month to support the fundor program of your choice.CaringHeartsMonthlyGivingClubCall us at (406) 455-5840 to find out more.Summer 2017 Contributor 11

Benefis Health System Foundation is grateful to the many caring donors who support our missionof improving and enhancing healthcare services in Great Falls and Northcentral Montana.Your generosity has a direct impact on the health and well-being of families across Montana.Donors listed gave gifts February 1 - May 31, 2017.Gift of Life Fund& EndowmentSara M. BranomRose Mary Calf RobeTim CoulterEagle Creek ColonyJeanne M. Evans JohnsonKenneth C. GlassDean and Eleanor HeydonAnn HoferKaren HollandsworthTom Kase andMarsha GummerJulene KennerlyKingsbury ColonyPatricia KinholtWilma Many White HorsesBen and Alice MartinBonnie M. MosbruckerOur Savior’s Lutheran ChurchPaul SebeyKenneth and Patsy ShelhamerCharlene SilvanLeroy Strand EstateMichael and Peggy TobinWendy WarnickZeller Family FoundationIN MEMORY OFFred G. BitzRichard and Sharon PollingtonDonald H. DeHaanBea DeHaanDiane DonovenRichard and Sharon PollingtonDelmar E. FriedMJ and Mike GilkersonCarol L. HambyWayne and Theo HambyMildred HicksJoseph and Margaret BarrettWilliam and Roberta CampbellLt. Col. Donald D. HigginsBeth HigginsCarra A. HigginsMichael D. HigginsSusan C. HigginsDuane KohoutekEugene and Myrna CadyBette J. MacGilvraTeddy M. BranomBrent and Kelly MichelGary and Marilyn ParkerAmber L. SteersHelen L. MavencampJean and June MavencampMonte W. MavencampJean and June MavencampDarci M. NelsonTerry and Marcia TalcottJason R. NelsonTerry and Marcia TalcottAudrey E. RemusGary and Marilyn ParkerAmber L. SteersRobert RinehartRichard and Sharon PollingtonMargaret L. SorensenTimothy A. SorensenGrace E. WieseFamily and FriendsEd and Thelma McMasterAnitra A. WillsonRuda A. MarshallVerlin and Patricia ReicheltVincent J. WoodwickGreg, Sandy andTara AndersonPamela A. BuerkleJason, Layne, Rhea andLucy HamptonShawn, Bailey andRiley HamptonDavid and Fern LohseDebbie Woodwick and FamilyEvelyn YoungRichard and Linda DeVriesIN HONOR OFJeanette DuganJames and Jeanette DuganMarian A. FrostJean and June MavencampDr. Bryan E. MartinLarry W. WolfeKim RambergCoy McHenryDonna StoutMelissa BalthazorGreatest NeedFund &EndowmentAmazonSmile FoundationAnonymousJames and Carol AuthWayne and Jean Blaine12 Contributor Summer 2017Sara M. BranomPauline Budd andPeggy SullivanRose Mary Calf RobeJames and Jo CappNels CostelMerten and Valborg FreyholtzAnthony GoltLisa JenkinsCarl R. KellingtonKathy J. MangoldBen and Alice MartinEthel E. ParkerBeverly SachsenmaierTina St. MarksLeroy Strand EstateIN MEMORY OFRichard ArtzMontana ElectricCooperatives’ AssocWilliam R. BedwellRose M. BedrosianDebra KenneyRita O’ConnorDonald S. SchumacherMichael SchumacherDavid E. CarlsonJoe and Linda KoneskyWillard L. CookFrank and Phyllis ClemensHelen M. CoryNobby and Betty JohnsonSandy DeHartRichard and Elaine WaltersHelen E. DerksKenneth and Edna PalagiLeRoy R. FransenKenneth and Edna PalagiAdam A. HocevarNobby and Betty JohnsonJames and Mary LarsonVelma J. JohnsonRobert and Mary WinterrowdJoyce E. KnapstadKelly and Peggy VollrathDuane KohoutekKenneth and Edna PalagiMildred A. LuceroBeverly A. KochArthur G. MatteucciDavid and Tanya CameronMichael R. MaysLigaya P. MaysHarold V. McCollumUS BankJane R. MeyerLenora DorrNobby and Betty JohnsonStanley F. MeyerMary MilburnJohn and Michelle KoppelmanBill S. NicholsonKathleen M. HodginsIda L. PetroffJames and Marleen BlairFred A. RubinoNobby and Betty JohnsonJo Ann ShauerHarlan and Patricia OrhamNicole C. WalshRoberta W. BoylanJudy A. WaringWilliam and Joyce CoyleRobert F. WoodmanseyGene and Bonnie KnightIN HONOR OFAll Nurses EverywhereAnonymousDr. Susan H. AveryCarol RobertsDr. Steven J. AyresEarl and Linda LenciBenefis OncologyUnit NursesDr. James A. YturriBenefis Sletten CancerInstitute NursesRonald N. JoersDr. Steven M. ChrzanowskiPatricia HosleyStu and Janie NicholsonLois C. OlsonRoy and Diane VolkVance and Amy WeckworthTaylor C. ForsythStu and Janie NicholsonKris M. GreenJames D. ConroyDr. Grant W. HarrerMarjorie J. OlsenDr. Paul M. JohnsonJames and Shannon HoilandStacey L. JohnsonEarl and Linda LenciRodney D. KellerEarl and Linda LenciNicole M. LarsonLuke and Megan JurasKimberly E. ManderleEarl and Linda LenciHoward O. MaxwellTim and Billiette CoolidgeMary Pat MaxwellTim and Billiette CoolidgeErin E. SandIrene S. BrownDebbie J. SchmidEarl and Linda LenciJesse L. ThompsonEarl and Linda LenciDr. Jodi L. ViolettGladys B. BarrPeace Hospice& EndowmentsDemorise and Frances AllenJames CarterD.A. DavidsonFraternal Order of EaglesGreat Falls Auxiliary #14Theresa L. GordilloSusan HagelDelynn HallIrene M. Hodgskiss EstateDirk and Tamra JohnsonMark and Juliann JohnsonRosalie M. KiernanMaxwell and Garri MauchJill L. MoererCarmen PoulsenDon and Ping PoulsenH. Randolph andDorothy PoulsenMark and Gerianne PoulsenMark RobertsonRandy and Kathy RobertsonShirley RothwellLayne and Deborah ShanahanHeather K. SpurzemShirley J. StephensDeborah SturmUS Bank FoundationZeller Family FoundationIN MEMORY OFAndrew W. AlineAnonymousTheodore and Darlene FunyakCharles A. AllenWilliam and Pat BartonKevin Entner and FamilyTravis Entner and FamilyCarol A. Entner-TeagueTony Hering and Family

George and Surena HinesKneelon and Carol TeagueAnn TwitchellDorothy L. AllenTerry and Helen ReistadHenry and Geraldine SmithRichard AmdahlClyde and Roberta BigelowGary O. BachJoseph E. BachGalyn E. GilchristRonald and Patsy LongLillian M. MalekJohn and Sharon WichmanJoseph T. BalekSandra BalekRaymond L. BeaverTerry and Tracy AlineNorma B. AshbySherry BeaverIrene S. BrownClayton and Joyce BuschBrad and Jeanne CochranSandra K. CummingsPeggy DeBoeverBonita G. DonohueBeverly G. EdwardsCalvin and Charlene EklundFamily and FriendsSheryl L. FridenGene and Lynette HaradaChanning HarteliusCecil Y. Holland, JrCarl and Susan JohnsonJames and Frances KennedyJeffrey and Lydia KnowlesPhilip and Gloria KummLager Farms, Inc.Delmer and Beverly MahoneyStanley F. MeyerJanice I. NeremMichael and Susan ParkerRobert and Marilyn PimpertonDenise PuppeLawrence and Delores RosinDavid and Karen RowlandSkip, Carol, Loral andCaren SeaverThe Seifert Boys and FamiliesDavid and Shirley ShaneSue SkeesDr. Stephen and Lois SpencerJay and Lisa StenzelShirley J. StephensRichard and Carolyn StremchaMarillyn ThomasPeter and Jo Ann ThornburgJune M. Van KotenRoy and Diane VolkAnne F. WalkerArdelle C. WatkinsWarren and Susan WenzMark and Mary WillmarthJanice L. WolterWilliam R. BedwellInez F. BrayLaura E. FlahertyStephen J. BirkoskiPhyllis BirkoskiRonald A. BitzMarshall and Shirley KulbeckFrances OstromClyde and Dianna WebsterPatti BlackBill BlackEddie BlackGreg BlackWendi KuntzGeorge RadovichFern W. BlewettPhillip and Robin AllenPatricia E. AshmoreWilliam and JacquelineBourretJeanie N. HansonRobert and Lois HolterNobby and Betty JohnsonMark and Patty KohoutekJohn and Marcia LeafNancy A. LewisDebra J. LouttitCharles and Kelly MakiTavie McKay and FamilyHelen McLeavyGary and Barbara McManusMichaela MessmanJohn T. Mitchell EstateDean and Cheryl NelsonCheryl L. PattonMary ReardenDale and Judy SchwankeDan and Helen SpurginPeter and Jo Ann ThornburgGlenn and Peggy TremperGayle WadsworthWarren and Susan WenzFlorence M. BoysunRandal and Susan BoysunRose J. BremerDouglas and Margie EkegrenAdele M. BurkeInez F. BrayFriends of theAdele Burke FamilyJames and Cheryl HooverKatie HuffMary MathsonLenora M. PaulsonLinda SatterlyLayne and Deborah ShanahanWilliam BustaJoleen F. GillinKaren A. KnaupGeorge and Judith KneePatrick and Ruth McAllisterRoger and Regina PaulNada V. PittDr. Stephen and Lois SpencerDwane and Cathy SutphinEdwin T. ByersBeverly A. KochTheresa K. PotterDavid E. CarlsonKaren A. CarlsonRonald and Sherilu DavisJerry and Linda EberlJames and Shirley EdwardsAlan and Barbara FrancetichMark and Brenda GarberDaniel and Karen GriffinBrian and Paula GuistiRonald and Judith GuistiJohn and Sylvia HalkoEddie and Cynthia IngmanVickie L. JohnsonDarrell and Sharon KorinGordon and Mary LencioniJames and Susan LorangJack and Jody MurrayLinda R. NelsonTerry and Norene NettJohn and Jeanne PejkoEdward and Barbara PeposRichard and Karen PeposRodney and Julie PribylTed and Sandra RichardsJim and Roxanne SwartzTractor & Equipment CoGertrude CokerMarvel and Barbara MaddoxJohn and Delane MayfieldDavid and Jeanette McMahonWillard L. CookThomas and Jane BothW. June CookHelen M. CoryLarry and Sandra DavidsonJacqueline L. CraigBarbara Colwell DuncanMary CulverGeorge and Mary DarraghC. H. CummingsArlene M. LeeGary L. DarlingtonRichard and Helen ThorntonJames J. DellwoDr. John and Nancy HennefordDarcy L. DengelJudy AlbinRich and Donna DengelBessie K. DeshnerRita A. HudakEdward and Karyn JenkinsBrad and Shellee SchaeferMarlene G. DillardRobert D. DillardBeverly J. DuBoisGerald C. DuBoisGary and Sharon WinchellHelen B. DuncanLeonard and Marguerite DahlHerbert EakmanDon and Margaret EakmanFrances EakmanMike and Nancy SchaefferRobert G. ElingsBert and Barbara DuncanCarl A. EricksonAnna May EricksonRobert and Darlene EricksonFamily and FriendsJudith E. KinonenDolores MillsHelen M. SpencerDan and Helen SpurginDr. Stephen and Lois SpencerArnold E. FischerGordon M. StachAlan E. FrancetichTheodore and Darlene FunyakLeRoy R. FransenRobert D. DillardLoretta M. FransenWilliam and Colleen GreenMark and Leslie HagenlockEdward and Kathleen MurphyRaymond J. FranzKeith and Jeanette BaileyKurt and Velda BaltruschFrederick J. DahlmanGerald and Carol FerrellJohn GrizzleScott Hughes, Connie FranzHughes and FamilyMarilyn G. IsringhausenGerald and Barbara KakalecikMechanix Unlimited Inc.Mark and Regan MeredithJohn E. MillerGordon and Billie Jo PetersonStewart W. RoseDonald and Arlena RullJoann K. SuttonJoseph ZuncichJohn J. Fribe

Electric City Coffee and Bistro Electric City Conservatory & Flower Farm Grant and Mercede Eve. Ferrin's Furniture Jim and Debbie Filipowicz. Joseph and Misty Filipowicz Filmlites Montana LLC. Flippin Family Fun George and Donna Franko. Brad Fridell Todd and Karen Fried. Kent and Kathleen Funyak Cliff Garness. Duane and Katherine Gebhardt .