Posts Tagged “Kleffner Ranch”

We enjoyed a fun time together on Sunday evening on August 30th as Neighborhood Assembly of God Church celebrated our summer picnic.  We totally stuffed ourselves on hamburgers, hot dogs, polish dogs, and more goodies than one is allowed to imagine.  We had super fellowship with those we love, and there were lots of games, blowups, and activities for kids of all ages.  There was even a creek to wade in to cool off.  All of this happened at the Kleffner Ranch, which has one of the largest (if not the largest) old barns in the United States.  Click on the picture to see a slide show of our fun evening.

Click the photo to see more from our fun picnic.

John

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Alia just loves horses and wanted for a long time (even at her young age), wanted to learn how to ride them.  The owners of the historic Kleffner  Ranch go to our church, and Stacy and Alia have fallen in love with each other.  Alia has had several opportunities to visit their ranch and has on occasion, ridden one of their horses.

Stacy also wants to learn how to ride a horse, so Alia and her are going to learn how to ride together.  Alia is so excited, she can hardly stand it.

The other day, Alia spent some time drawing a horse with her on it.  She very carefully cut it out and proudly posted it on the refrigerator.  I scanned the picture and here it is.  Click on it for a larger view.  Good job Alia!

John

Alia and her horse.

Alia and Her Horse. Click for a larger view.

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Click the picture to see the slide show.

Click the picture to see the slide show.

We had our church picnic yesterday evening. What a great time we had.  The picnic was at the Kleffner Ranch betweeen East Helena and Montana City.  It was well attended with probably 200 or so people.  Denis Young and his wife Stacy own the ranch, and host many events there all year around.  Denis gave us a grand tour of the barn and of all the work they have done renovating it.  The barn was build in the late 1800’s and is in great shape.  Click the picture to see a slide show of our fun picnic and the tour of the barn.  John

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