Cut Bank Schools invites the community to its Remembering and Honoring Celebration on Friday, Sept. 10, at the Cut Bank Town Football Field. “Cut Bank Schools is proud to host a celebration to honor the dedication and determination of all first responders and utility workers who serve our Cut Bank community,” said Cut Bank Schools Superintendent Wade Johnson. “This will also be a time to remember all the patriotic first responders who helped others during a tremendous time of need on 9/11/2001 and join in a moment of silence for all those who lost their lives or loved ones on that horrific day.”
Adam Larson, a 1982 graduate of Cut Bank High School, was one of the victims in the 9/11 terrorist attack 20 years ago.
All first responders and utility workers and their families are invited to be special guests at the Cut Bank Wolves vs. Boulder football game on Sept. 10 for this Remembering and Honoring Celebration. For free admission, they should enter through the vehicle gate on the west side of the Town Field.
Johnson said too often the work of first responders and those who work for our local utilities providing us with gas, water and electricity, are taken for granted. “We think it is important to recognize and honor these hardworking individuals and their families and express our appreciation to all those who serve our communities without hesitation.”
(See related articles from the Cut Bank Pioneer Press archives on pages B1 and B2 of this week’s issue.)