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I-Ho’s Korean Grill had a fundraiser for area high school homeless students on Nov. 3. One hundred percent of the proceeds went to Blueprint, which is the HRDC programs that help our homeless high school students. In spite of bitterly cold weather, people lined up before the restaurant opened and the line remained until the end of the fundraiser.

Many people came, ate happily and donated joyfully. I-Ho’s staff and many volunteers worked very hard. As has been the case for all of our fundraisers, Town and Country president Travis Frandsen happily donated large amounts of vegetables: spinach, onions, cabbage, zucchini, etc.

I was overwhelmed by the Bozeman community’s generosity and kindness. We Bozemanites are willing to help our neighbors.

Let’s hold on to this beautiful part of our character. Go Bozemanites!

I-Ho Pomeroy


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