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Plentywood, Montana

Everyone is friendly, warm and willing to help each other in need

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I moved to a small rural town called Plentywood, Montana about a year ago. I lived in a large community for many years. What I found living in a small community is that everyone is friendly, warm, and willing to help each other in need. I enjoy the relaxed and laidback enviroment, the friendly smiles that people give you as you walk pass them. I look forward to the card games every Tuesday night at the Blue Moon Bar and Restaurant. The card games that are played during the day at the Vets Club. As a teacher working part time at the local school, I found the children and young adults are absolutely charming. The talent and the great attitude that these young people have would make any parent proud. The community of Plentywood gets involved with the activities that are going on at the school. Everyone who can attend in this community, attends every ball game, every muscial, every fund raiser. As the old saying goes "it takes a village to raise a child" and I feel Plentywood does just that. If you ever get a chance to visit this wonderful town, make sure you attend every pancake supper, every turkey dinner and every card game. You will be glad you did.

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