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Three Forks Middle School awarded One Class At A Time check

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Three Forks Middle School teacher Cathe Felz accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding purchases of supplies for the food science class for the school.

Shelly Beal from First Interstate Bank and KBZK's Chet Layman presented the check.

"One Class at a Time" is a joint effort between Montana's News Station and First Interstate Bank to help fulfill needs of area schools.

Teachers, parents, students or anyone who is aware of a special project that would enhance the educational objectives in a classroom can apply from Aug. 1 through April 1. This program is currently available to schools located in the KBZK Bozeman, KXLF Butte, Q2 Billings, KRTV Great Falls and KXLH Helena viewing areas. If you are unsure if your school is located in an area serviced by one of these TV stations, please contact Kristin Morgan at kristin@kbzk.com or 406-570-0306.

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