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Rocks make their way back to Whitewater

Penguin pre, elementary school students receive painted gems

 

September 25, 2019

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Whitewater Elementary School second and third grade students with their painted rocks. Front Row, from the left: Amus Blunt, Barrett Wasson, and Lucas Pewitt. Back Row, left to right: Herbert Parker, Ms. Mindy Perdue, Bryten Clark, Megan Simonson, and Rhiaunna Simonson. See more 'Whitewater Rocks' photos on page 6A.

Whitewater pre-school and elementary students along with their teachers were recently given painted rocks. Mrs. Wilcott's mother, Mrs. Linda Frisbie, brought the painted rocks from her home in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. Most of the rocks were painted by Beth Hunt, the director of the Meagher County Senior Center, where Mrs. Frisbie is a volunteer.

Even though the rocks were painted in White Sulphur Springs, most originated in Whitewater as Mrs. Frisbie often gathers rocks on her visits to our town. The rocks in Whitewater are much rounder and smoother than those found in White Sulph...



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