Have you seen Noxious Weeds?? Please call CPRD at 406-748-3326 with a location so we can take care of it! Thanks!
Check out www.mtweed.org for more information about noxious weeds and what they look like.
The Colstrip Parks and Recreation District honored Tammy Robinson for her 30 years of employment at CPRD.
The CPRD employees and board members sponsored a lunch for Tammy and thanked her for improving the fitness and quality of life for the community of Colstrip.
Tammy was hired on as a fitness instructor when the District was first organized in 1987. She has helped organize races and events throughout her 30 years of employment, taught numerous fitness, weight lifting and aerobic classes, became the head fitness instructor and was responsible for certifying all of the fitness instructors at CPRD, became a certified personal trainer for CPRD, helped certify Emergency Response teams from the power plant and the mine, gave fitness/exercise presentations at the power plant Health and Safety Fairs, took CPRD members on backpacking excursions, and recently became the safety officer for the Park and Recreation District.
She also was our Safety Officer and gave weekly safety talks to department heads and safety orientations on topics from workers compensation to safety incident reporting to all summer staff. In addition to her successful teaching of wellness, exercise and nutrition she was an award winning natural body builder. Whether in the weight room, fitness room or teaching water aerobics in our pool she is a talent that will be sorely missed. She excelled in all of her areas. She was the only employee when CPRD was formed in January of 1988 besides myself from the former entity called CARPA. She has now made me a dinosaur. Nothing but best wishes for her in the future.
The Colstrip Parks and Recreation District recognized retired board member Terry Currier for her years of dedicated service with a plaque. She is pictured with fellow board members. Front row Patti Dunn, Terry Currier, and Amanda Burton. Back row Bill Neumiller and Garrick Goodheart.