There have been some changes going on for PEERS Unlimited. Although we have not been able to have our usual Social Club events, we haven’t forgotten all our good friends, and look forward to a time when we can once again get together in a group.

The first change, Paul Kindt, who has been our Executive Director for the past 10 years has decided to step back. He will continue as a board member and volunteer. We appreciate all he has done for PEERS, setting up events and getting PEERS more known in our community, dancing and playing at events, taking folks fishing, even allowing us to shave his head for a camp activity- PAUL you make us SMILE!

The new PEERS Executive Director is Shannon Champagne, she has been an active board member of volunteer with PEERS for over 15 years. She will continue to hold Social Club events as soon as large group activities are being allowed, and we have places (the church, the Fort) open for these activities. PEERS understand that the past several months has been very difficult for everyone, we miss all our dear friends, and will keep updates as to when new events will start.

More information will be posted soon. This page is being done to see if I (Shannon of little media skills) can get it post on our Webpage. Once I become more familiar with this, you will start getting regular updates.

Thank you all for your patience during this weird time of uncertainty. We will have Social Club again!                                                                                                                       

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Bobo enjoyed a leisurely morning at the Capital today for Child Abuse Prevention Month. He enjoyed the opportunity to meet Miss Montana Danielle Wineman and Montana's Governor Steve Bullock. Bobo was also quite the hit with the kids.

We would like to take this time to welcome the new mascot for PEERS!!! By popular vote, the name Bobo was chosen for our new friend. Make sure you say hello and welcome this new addition to our PEERS family.

Thanks to all who thought of us and contributed on Giving Tuesday!

PEERS, Unlimited is set to participate in the Giving Tuesday Campaign here in Helena. If you are interested in donating, you can utilize the donate button at the bottom of the page to give a secure donation via PayPal. Funds will be utilized to provide social and integrative activities for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the greater Helena area.  Thanks for your support. 

 

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