- July 22, 2015
- Posted by Amanda Aldridge
After eating lunch and filling out our crew contract we decided it was appropriate for all of us to get a picture.
Question was, how were we all going to be in it?
- July 16, 2015
- Posted by Anthony Russo
This month was a turning point for our historic preservation crew. On July 1st we were informed that we lost one of our own members, Bridget Perison, due to injuries sustained from a motor vehicle accident. Any loss is hard to bear, and her absence has not gone unnoticed for a moment.
- July 13, 2015
- Posted by Youth Crew Members from Central Divide
“This week we learned about how asking for help is useful and how for some people it takes a lot of courage to do. Being able to ask for help is a gigantic mental step that is very hard to overcome.”
- July 02, 2015
- Posted by Coen Anaya and Matt Schumaker
.....As you spend long days on the same mountain side, you start to become one with the mountain. You appreciate all the simple joys and treasures it has to offer such as all the beautiful types of trees, mosses, and flowers…..
- June 27, 2015
- Posted by Levi Ballard
Our presumably unbiased leaders think our crew is the best and they have similar feelings about our schedule. If they keep going with these “bests” I may begin to doubt, but for now I have no reason to do so.
- June 16, 2015
- Posted by Merlin Kelley
Together we did things we could not accomplish alone…
- June 01, 2015
- Posted by MCC
“All of the sudden he started givin’ me the chicken eye.”
To someone outside of MCC, that statement seems like the sort of one-liner that were passed down from dust-covered ranch hands corralled around a late night campfire.
- May 14, 2015
- Posted by Carolyn Prescott
I spent a day at the Hamilton Middle School judging the 7th and 8th grade students’ science projects.
- April 01, 2015
- Posted by Mallory Scharf
- March 09, 2015
- Posted by Will Shanahan
The moment we stepped into the room for our WAFA training, Wild Bill radiated an air of wisdom.
- March 05, 2015
- Posted by Carolyn Prescott
I spent a day at the Hamilton Middle School judging the 7th and 8th grade students’ science projects. We had a posse of judges, but we were still no match for the volume of projects that we held up against our rubric. There was a mixed bag earth science section, a chemistry section, a biology section, and a physics section. With Newton’s Laws and the Scientific Method in mind and rubric and pencil in hand, I waded through the aisles of poster boards and kids ranging from three to six feet tall talking about their physics projects.
- February 24, 2015
- Posted by Emily Prag
Even the most monotonous of chores, we find a way to turn into laughter and fun.
- January 27, 2015
- Posted by Joe Moran - Western Wildlands- Missoula
When you see a yellow flower, blowing in the wind; you see time.
- January 05, 2015
- Posted by Kong Yang
I knew joining the MCC would be a challenge, but it was one I needed to take.
- December 15, 2014
- Posted by Jasmin Gervin
MCC—three simple words put into a simple acronym that will change your life forever.