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  1. Jun
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    1. Pay It Forward Stevens County (all-day)
      Jun 1 – Dec 31

      Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond, improved the Human Spirit, or volunteered time and /or money for the sake of their fellow neighbors here in Stevens County?  We are looking for these individuals.  “Pay It Forward, Stevens County” is a group of businesses that would like to hear these stories and reward the person for making life better for someone else in Stevens County.  We believe that people go un-noticed for the kindness they show or the effort they volunteer to help out people.  We would like these stories known and recognition given to show that the Human Spirit is not dead, and people will still go out of their way to give to someone in need. 

      What we are looking from you, is a brief letter, telling us what a certain person did and how they did it.  We would like their name and way of contacting them so we can get their just reward to them.  We would also like to publish their story on KMRS/KKOK Radio and in the Morris Sun Tribune.  You can drop your nomination off at any of the participating businesses, once a month we will pick one person that exemplifies “Pay It Forward, Stevens County.”  Businesses participating are:

      Morris Pizza Ranch, Bank of the West, West Central Screen and Print, Regional Fitness Center, Stevens County Times, Stevens Community Medical Center, Shear Designs, Superior, Westmor, Hancock Concrete and KMRS/KKOK Radio

       
  2. Jun
    28
    Thu

    1. PDT River Run
      9:30 am – 5:00 pm

      PDT River Run 

      A Pomme de Terre River Run for kayaks and canoes will be held Thursday, June 28, beginning at 9:30 am and meeting at the Pomme de Terre Campground, Lions Shelter.  Participants will carpool to Dolvin State Wildlife Management Area and kayak back to Pomme de Terre Park, a roughly six-mile trek that should take between 90 minutes and two hours.  

      Stephanie Adams with the Pomme de Terre River Project told KMRS that the event is a fun and relaxing way to enjoy the river.  A free lunch will be served afterwards.  A limited number of kayaks are available, or bring your own canoe or kayak.  Reservations, especially for the lunch, should be made by June 26 at PDTRiver.org.