Spring into Summer 2024

Believe in Better:

One Up, Three To Go!

Developer Mark Runkle stood before the Mayor and City Commissioners June 3 seeking final approval of Phase I of the Peaks neighborhood at Mountain View Meadows. “A lot of thought has gone into the Peaks,” said Runkle. “This area has been planned, replanned and re-replanned. Rebecca (Ryland, Director of Design) and I are excited to finally present Peaks I for your approval.” Runkle went on to thank City Manager, Tim Burton for his strong and expert leadership. “Subdividing is a daunting task with a plethora of regulations and standards to meet in order to create functional and sustainable communities,” said Runkle. “I want to thank the Department Heads, especially Chris Brink and Ryan Leland, for their guidance, and their staff for all their hours of dedicated work and assistance.” With final plat approved by a 4-0 vote, home construction can now begin on 64 single-family homesites and 77 condominiums to help ease the need and desire for housing in Helena. This phase alone will increase the availability of owner-occupied housing in the City by over 1.6%. Before the vote, Runkle took a final moment to thank Mayor Collins and City Commissioners for their steadfast support of responsible and sustainable development in Helena. With the Peaks up and rolling, Runkle and Ryland, along with field foreman Kris Baker and Engineer Greg Wirth and his talented staff at Stahly Engineering, can focus their attention on the next three phases of development at Mountain View Meadows. Craftsman Village Phase 8 will bring another 51 single-family lots online while Commercial Phases 4 and 5 will welcome to the community the new “Confluence” apartment complex and the new Great West Engineering office building beautifully designed by Mosaic Architecture.

Building a Better Community:

Next Up, The 4th!

Although no one wants to jump-start summer, especially after such a chilly spring, it’s time to look forward to one of the area’s biggest 4th of July celebrations. Plan now to enjoy the festivities at Mountain View Park starting with the “Chalk Up the Block” Art competition and display for artists of all ages and the “Best of 10” Free-throw Basketball Showdown for Middle and High Schoolers. At 6:00 PM, the Kids’ Push, Pull & Pedal Parade leads off the evening activities which include bounce houses, a friendly adult horseshoe tournament and live music, all free and open to the public! Habana406, the Helena Gold Rush Lion’s Club and D’Lish Ice Cream will be on hand to serve up Cuban delights, traditional holiday fare and treats for a family-friendly picnic on the lawn. This year’s entertainment features music by “Outlaw Soul,” a genre defying four-piece band playing an edgy array of southern and classic rock, rockabilly, blues and more. Following the event, finish off the evening by watching the Prickly Pear Fireworks over East Helena from one of the best viewing spots in Helena -- but please leave your own fireworks at home! This year’s theme for the Kids’ Push, Pull & Pedal Parade is “Let Freedom Ring.” The winning entry receives a $100 cash prize! Mountain View Meadows and the Mountain View Meadows HOA wish to thank their Community Celebration co-sponsors for their support: Sierra Custom Homes, Stahly Engineering, Weatherall Builders, BCBS of MT and Sarah Gebhardt Real Estate. For more information on activities email risland05@yahoo.com. To pre-register to participate in chalk art, the basketball free-throw competition, Horseshoes and the Kids Parade, email April.mvm@hotmail.com. Day-of sign-ups accepted but pre-registration preferred, particularly for the Kids Parade.

On Topic:

Gen Z Enters The Housing Market

No one needs reminded how formidable a quest it is for first-time homebuyers in today’s housing market. And no one feels it more than Gen Zers who find themselves saddled with student loan debt, higher interest rates and a housing affordability crisis. It isn’t surprising to learn, then, that according to a new study by Intuit and Credit Karma, 38% of Gen Z homeowners say they received financial assistance from their parents to buy a home.


Realtor.com put it bluntly. “While turning to Mom and Dad for help buying a home is an age-old practice, today’s housing market has made it a growing necessity.”

A February article published on smartasset.com edited by Patrick Villanova, lays out four ways parents can help a child buy a home:

1. Give Them Cash. There are various methods parents can use to financially support their children's homeownership ambitions, but monetary gifting is perhaps the most straightforward. This strategy is especially useful when the child has a stable income but lacks the necessary savings for a down payment. A well-structured and executed monetary gift can extend a much-needed helping hand to a child aspiring to buy a home and concurrently provide financial relief to parents by reducing their taxable estate. However, you should note that while monetary gifts can prove advantageous, you should carefully consider the tax implications to avoid future financial complications.

2. Buy the Home and Offer a Favorable Mortgage. You could play the role of lender. In essence, parents act as the bank, extending a loan to their child to purchase a property, typically under more favorable terms than what a traditional lender might offer. This setup can prove advantageous, potentially allowing the child to secure the home without the need for a traditional mortgage and saving them a significant amount in interest over the loan's lifespan. This arrangement carries legal and financial implications. To establish a private mortgage, parents must enlist a lawyer to draft a promissory note and a deed of trust, and then record the mortgage with the local county recorder's office. They may also need to involve an accountant to tackle potential tax implications.

3. Buy the Home and Rent It to Them. Some parents may consider purchasing a home and renting it to their children. This scenario often arises when the younger generation faces difficulty in acquiring a home due to factors like high property prices, inadequate credit history or insufficient savings for a down payment. This strategy allows parents to offer tangible financial support while also gradually familiarizing their children with the responsibilities attached to homeownership. As time progresses, parents may desire to transition ownership of the property to the child. While there are many advantages to this approach including possible tax deductions for the parents, potential drawbacks exist. These might include the financial risk for the parents if the child fails to pay rent or potential strain on the parent-child relationship due to the landlord-tenant dynamic.

4. Cosign the Mortgage. Cosigning is a legal agreement where a third party guarantees to shoulder the responsibility of mortgage debt should the borrower fail to meet their obligations. If a parent cosigns a mortgage and the child defaults, the parent will be legally obligated to repay the remaining debt. This can be a substantial burden. It is a significant decision, one that requires thorough understanding of its implications before proceeding.

Helping a child become a homeowner is a financial milestone that can have both emotional and financial implications. Your assistance will likely have a significant impact on the rest of your finances. Before making a decision, engage a professional financial advisor who can help you understand the benefits and risks.

Benefits and Updates:

1.  GIVE YOUR BOULEVARD TREES BREATHING ROOM: Have you lived in your home three or more years? Then chances are your staked trees need your attention. When trees are left staked too long, the collar that attaches the tree to the wires or stakes may get imbedded in the trunk. It will damage your trees and make it nearly impossible to remove the collar. Check your boulevard trees to be sure and give those beauties the breathing room they need to grow.


2.  VOLUNTEER TO HELP WITH 4TH OF JULY ACTIVITIES:  Please consider donating two or three hours of your time on the 4th to sign-in participants or judge events. Most of all we need someone knowledgeable about Horseshoes to help with the Horseshoe tournament.

3. SIGN UP TO PLAY HORSESHOES: Did you know that Mountain View Park has two regulation-size horseshoe pits? And did you know that the winning team at the 4th of July Community Celebration will receive a $100 cash prize? Sign-up your 2-person team to play by emailing April.mvm@hotmail.com. You’ll need to be 16 or older and provide a “catchy” name for your team. We’ll provide the shoes. The Tourney is free and open to the public so share the news with family and friends! You do not need to live in Mountain View Meadows to play.

4.  LOSE SOMETHING:  Danielle has collected a handful of items: Identify the found ear-bud, necklaces and cell phone and they could be yours! And if you find something of value, please turn it in to the office.

5.  REMINDER -- PLEASE DON’T POST ANNOUNCEMENTS ON MAILBOXES: Residue from posting items is causing damage to the mailboxes. We’ve also received complaints about papers blowing off in the wind or looking unsightly. Please find other ways such as Facebook, NextDoor and Craigslist to advertise your items for sale, job offers and work for hire. Thank you!

New Homes For Sale:
Plans to Build and Build to Suit

Pricing for new single-family homes and condos at Mountain View Meadows if not shown may be available upon request. Not all available homes and condos are included below. To learn more about your favorite home or for a complete list of plans under construction call the Mountain View Meadows Sales and Information Center at 406-449-0800 for an appointment or stop by our office anytime during regular business hours. And remember, realtors are always welcome!

Homes at Mountain View Meadows

2877 Jeannette Rankin: “The Trader”. Nothing new under the sun? Now there is! A beautiful, 3BD/2.5BA, nearly 1500 SF home priced at only $429,900! Call today to take a private tour of this two-story with upscale finishes including everything from granite countertops to soft-close cabinets, stainless steel appliances and laminate flooring throughout the main level. Enjoy a double vanity, tiled walk-in shower and walk-in closet in the owner’s suite. You’ll appreciate the attached 2-car garage and the included AC plus gorgeous views from the upstairs bedrooms. Call Rebecca today to take a private tour of The Trader. It’s well-worth your time! 406-431-7680.

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2892 Adam Run: “The Wrangler”. A new 3BD/2BA floorplan specifically designed to maximize the views. Located on a corner lot with unobstructed mountain views, this 1556 SF home features all the bells and whistles you’ve come to expect from a Sierra Custom Home. Under construction but we’ll get you inside after work hours for a closer look. Contact the Mountain View Meadows office ahead of time and Danielle will email you a copy of the floorplan. Email info@mvmeadows.com or call 406-461-9748. Price available soon.

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2888 Adam Run: “The Elk Park”. Come see the beautiful “Elk Park” boasting over 2000 finished square feet! Enjoy upscale main level living plus a finished bonus space with two big closets above the attached 2-car garage. This new home features vaulted ceilings in the great room and owner’s suite, fireplace, granite countertops and tile in all wet areas including baths and laundry. The owner’s ensuite includes both a tiled shower and bath plus his and her walk-in closets. You’ll love the spacious kitchen island, soft-close cabinets, stainless steel appliances and partially covered patio off the dining nook where you can take in the unobstructed mountain views. Let us show you the home you’ll fall in love with at first sight! Still under construction but available later this summer so call now for a tour. 406-431-7680. $549,900.

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2884 Adam Run: “The Getaway”. Big and beautiful with unobstructed mountain views -- and ready for move in! With just under 2500 finished square feet, this 4BD/3.5BA walk-out with all city of Helena services is designed to provide a getaway space for every person in your family. The main floor features high ceilings and upper windows that light up the great room where you can cozy up to your fireplace on cool summer evenings or hang out with friends at the raised kitchen bar. You’ll find plenty of space for all your kitchen extras in the walk-in pantry and appreciate added touches like soft-close cabinets, lots of drawers, stainless-steel appliances and a garbage disposal. Finishing out the main level is a powder room, laundry room with cabinets and an entry to a covered deck perfect for enjoying your morning coffee. A half level up you’ll find the owner’s suite with special amenities including a tiled walk-in shower, double vanity and walk-in closet. Two bedrooms with a shared bath and two linen closets finish out the upstairs. Now take a half-level down and you’ll discover even more room including a 4th bedroom, a third full bath and a family room with sliding glass doors leading onto a patio where you can kick back, barbecue and enjoy the views! You’ll appreciate granite countertops and tiled wet areas throughout the home along with essentials like AC and tons of storage space. If you love upscale finishes, natural lighting, great views and room to spread your wings, then check out the Getaway today by calling Anna Havranek at 406-438-1141. MLS#: 30023851. $624,900.

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2876 Adam Run: “The Banker”. 1939 SF x 2! What? 1939 Finished Square Feet for luxurious main floor living plus another 1939 SF walkout basement to finish at your leisure. If I’m adding that right, you’re looking at a whopping 3,878 SF! With construction nearing completion, today is the right time to call Dawn Purvis at 406-439-6380 to see what it takes to get your name on a Buy-Sell. This beautiful Sierra Custom Home plan, with stunning mountain views, will meet all your expectations and more. $664,900. MLS#: 30024080.

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2898 Big Timber Loop: Sierra Custom living at its best! This exquisitely designed 2193 SF single-level home in upscale Aspen Park is well on its way towards completion. Call today before it hits the MLS for your best shot to own this custom home before the news hits the Internet. We truly mean it when we say this is a “must see” with all its special features including tall doorways, contemporary fireplace, massive kitchen island, two distinct cabinet colors, an office that can double as a guest bedroom, a huge walk-in closet that opens into the laundry room, jack-and-jill doors from bedrooms 2 & 3 to their shared bath, a covered deck off the dining area and an awesome window package. With tons of room for entertaining, you’ll still find plenty of personal space to pamper yourself plus space for your big toys in your attached 3-car garage. Get a sneak peek inside by calling 406-431-7680. Come see for yourself what comfort and style lies ahead when you purchase a luxurious Sierra Custom Home. $765,000.

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2672 Upland Ave: A gorgeous 2192 SF Sierra Custom Home with 3 bedrooms 2.5 baths AND a dedicated office space. This must-have new home in the super desirable Uplands neighborhood features a premium owners’ suite with a double vanity, water closet, walk-in tiled shower, walk-in closet, a sitting room and access to a private balcony. The open downstairs floorplan and great-room fireplace will wow you with volume, design and comfort. This is the one you’ll want to call home forever! MLS#: 30027009. Stephanie Ricks; 406-672-5479. $590,445.

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2883 Jeannette Rankin: “The Meadowrue”. A lovely 3BD/2.5BA, 1500 SF craftsman home featuring a main floor owners suite plus two upstairs bedrooms for family or guests. Although just underway, most Sierra Custom Homes in Craftsman Village sell early in construction so it is never too soon to call! 406-431-7680 for information. $450,000.

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Condos at Mountain View Meadows

2985 & 2987 Vista View: 1334 SF Single-Level, 2BD/2BD Condos. The popular Aspen View Phase II condos are selling before construction begins! It’s the way to go if you want to choose your own interior colors from a large selection of laminate flooring, tile, and kitchen cabinets to granite, quartz or marble countertops and of course, interior paint. Want a fireplace, now is the time to make that choice. Condos come with an attached 2-car garage, 10’x16’ covered outdoor living spaces, a walk-in pantry and AC. For more information call Danielle at 406-461-9748. Please note that condos may not be rented.

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2975 & 2977 Vista View: 1845 SF Single-Level, 3BD/2BA Condos. Want more room? Accepting buy-sells on the next condo building just underway. Choose from a wide variety of interior finishes and colors. These upscale condos each include a huge walk-in pantry, dedicated dining area, attached 2-car garage and a 10’ x 16’ covered outdoor living space. Stop by the Mountain View Meadows Sales & Information office at 431 S. Alice St. or call ahead for an appointment to discuss the purchase process. 406-431-7680.

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Building Lots at Mountain View Meadows

Lot 39, 2868 Adam Run: Wouldn’t you love an amazing mountain view? But then, you also want the convenience of Helena city services. Hard to find? Not at Mountain View Meadows! Now is a great time to plan a new Sierra Custom Home to be built on the last walk-out lot in Craftsman Village with unobstructed mountain views. Imagine your new home as you stand on the lot and look out at the Sleeping Giant. Stop by the office at 431 S. Alice St. We’ll provide you with details on purchasing the lot for your custom home. Out of town? Drop us a line at info@mvmeadows.com or call Rebecca at 406-431-7680. More custom home lots with awesome views available in the new Peaks neighborhood. Come take a tour!

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The Peaks at Mountain View Meadows

Aspen Park at Mountain View Meadows

Recently Sold

2885 Adam Run: “The Outlaw”. Beautiful 3BD/2BA, 1455 SF Craftsman home designed to create the perfect balance between size, price and livability. You’ll love the views from your front porch while you enjoy privacy from your rear covered deck. The spacious owners suite features a vaulted ceiling, a walk-in closet, double vanity, tiled floor and shower, a linen closet and a big laundry room just steps away. In the kitchen you’ll appreciate granite countertops, soft-close cabinets, a huge kitchen island and stainless steel appliances along with a dining nook and sliding glass doors to the patio. High ceilings in the living room provide volume while the 9’ wall height in the additional two bedrooms adds an extra feeling of spaciousness. For a quick tour, call Danielle at 406-461-9748 or stop by the office at 431 S. Alice St.  

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2880 Adam Run: “The Chief”. Will 3652 SF fit your needs? If you want unobstructed mountain views on a walk-out lot with all City of Helena services, then don’t wait to call for an appointment to discuss details on making The Chief your next home. Currently under construction, The Chief offers main floor living featuring a premium owners suite, a dining room or home office, a great room with fireplace, two additional bedrooms, a second bath and a laundry room. The unfinished basement features plenty of storage space while providing an opportunity to add a game room, great room, and two more bedrooms and a bath. Well underway; call 406-431-7680 for info.

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2895 Jeannette Rankin: “The Aster”. This charming 2BD/2BA home is packed with all the upscale features you’ve come to expect in a Sierra Custom Home. At 1019 SF, The Aster is perfect for the discerning home buyer who expects quality no matter the size of home. Sound like you? Then call Dawn today at 406-443-1432 or stop by the MVM office at 431 S. Alice St. for a tour. Completion of this classic craftsman home is expected early April in time to enjoy the spring in your brand new home! $369,900. MLS# 30019974.

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Peace Park Dedication

Condo owner, Brenda McLellan reached out several years ago to donate a Peace Pole to be installed at Mountain View Meadows. That donation became the inspiration for the new Peace Park dedicated on May 11 at the first annual HOA Spring Fling event. Brenda provided a brief history of the Peace Pole. “The Peace Pole project started in Ishikawa, Japan almost 50 years ago. May Peace Prevail on Earth International symbolizes the dream of the entire human family: that peace may live in our hearts, in our homes, our communities and our world. Peace Poles remind us to think, speak and act in the spirit of peace and harmony. There are over 250,000 Peace Poles in many languages placed in every country in the world, standing as monuments to peace.” The Peace Pole spent its first 15 years in the Oneness Labyrinth near the intersection of Alice and Lola Streets, explained Brenda. “Today the Peace Pole finds a new home in Peace Park, as we dedicate it in solidarity with all those around the world who desire, seek and act for peace.” The Mountain View Meadows Peace Pole joins a community of places around the world with Peace Poles including The Pentagon, Mount Sinai in Egypt, Macha Pichu in Peru, the Viet Nam Veteran’s Memorial, Israel, Times Square, the Arctic Circle, the United Nations Headquarters and the Montana State Capitol to name a few. Tom Naegele, who was recently presented with the MVM HOA “Neighbor of the Year” award, was on hand to assist with the Peace Park dedication and Spring Fling activities. He showed his support for the Peace Park Memorial Gardens with his winning bid on the “Best Pies” Auction. The Memorial Gardens -- planting beds located on the east and west sides of the park -- provide an opportunity for residents to plant perennial flowers or bushes in memory of their loved ones. Funds from the pie auction go towards planting flowers in honor of MVM residents who have passed during the year. The Peace Park is a great place for a family picnic, to fly a kite or to enjoy the peace and quiet. Thank you to the entire MVM Community for making the Peace Park our best new neighborhood amenity.

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Brian & Susan Berg

Have settled in to their adorable Sidekick home by Weatherall Builders.

Zach & Mary Hulse

Are ecstatic with their

brand new 2-Story Sierra Custom Home.

Tyler Hulse &

Megan Shelhamer

Are loving their Single-Story home in the Uplands neighborhood.

Jake Stevenson

Has enjoyed his move into a beautiful Weatherall Condo.

Bryanna Deschamps

Is so excited with her brand new Trader in Craftsman North.

Ed Villegas & Donna Doyle

Are delighted with their Settler on Adam Run Ave.

Richard Klamm

Has moved into his Aster on Jeannette Rankin Dr.

Shelby Lasselle

Is enjoying making her new house her own.

Anthony Wall

Is getting settled in at his new Condo on Vista View Ave.

John, Cindy, & Lance Newton

Are thrilled with their Ranger in Craftsman North.

David & Siv Carlson

Are loving their Chief home with breathtaking views of the Sleeping Giant.

Sue Kenyon

Is really happy with her quiet Courtyard Condo.

Carolyn Lauer

Is happy to live closer to family here at Mountain View Meadows.

Derrek & Janene Shepherd

Are loving their Pioneer Home with less maintenance for them to enjoy more activities.

Charlie & Debbie Fox

Are ecstatic with their beautiful brand new Condo by Weatherall Builders.

Jillian Mergenthaler

Just closed on the stunning Outlaw by Weatherall Builders.

Rick & Betti Hill

Are delighted with their wonderfully built condo.

Darryl Hensley

Is pleased with his single-level Glacier by McCall Homes.

Michael & Mary Perry

Can't wait to pick up the keys to their lovely Aspen View Condo in Phase II.

Jan & Bob Vogel

Are getting excited for their big move into a condo with exquisite views.

Congratulations! And Welcome

to the Neighborhood!

Fun & Fitness


Fun & Games

A 3K foot race, sack races, a spoon and egg race: just a few of the outdoor games and activities at the first annual Spring Fling at Mountain View Meadows. What a great reminder to us all how much fun it is to get outside and play! Forget about the fact that you’re also staying fit. Running, playing and laughing energizes your body, heart and soul. If you missed out on the Spring Fling, you can create your own fun this summer by challenging your neighbors to old-fashioned family-friendly activities. And they don’t cost a penny to play!

1.   Kick the Can: Remember this one? How to play this cross between tag and hide-n-seek: Place a tin can in a safe, open space. One person is “IT”. IT counts to 30 with eyes closed as other players hide. IT then searches for hiders. Upon finding a hider, IT tags them, calls out their name and they must go to jail (home base). Another player can free the jailbirds by sneaking out without getting tagged, kicking the can and calling out “Home Free!” so they can all run and hide again. The game continues until everyone is captured. If jailbreaks keep the game going too long, the first person caught 3 times becomes IT and a new game begins.

2.    A Game of HORSE: Many of you have a basketball hoop in your driveway and there are two in Mountain View Park. Not everyone would be welcomed for a competitive pick-up game on the court, but anyone can have fun playing “HORSE”. How to play? HORSE is like Simon Says but with a basketball. A player is chosen to go first. That player can do anything they want before shooting. For example, they might spin around 5 times, hop twice on one foot and then shoot. Or perhaps they shoot over their heads with their back to the net. They make the rules! If they make the shot, everyone else has to do the exact same thing. If they miss, the next player gets to make up their own crazy shot. Any person who can’t make the shot gets a letter “H.” As each player in turn executes a successful shot, those who miss get another letter in HORSE. The player who does not spell HORSE wins!

3.    Horseshoes: Okay, so if you don’t have shoes, it can cost you. But here’s the good news: horse shoes can be borrowed from the MVM office. Stop by to pick up a set when you’re ready to play. There are two regulation-size horse-shoe pits at Mountain View Park and all too often they sit alone and empty. Give them the attention they deserve by organizing a game today. It could be fun to challenge your neighbor to a game but don’t be surprised if they take you up on the challenge.

These are just a sampling of good, old-fashioned outdoor activities. If you’re looking to get your family, friends, neighbors or co-workers out of the house to have some fun, check out “25+ Classic Outdoor Games That Are Making a Comeback” at adventurebook.com. 


Mark & Rebecca

A Bevvy of Activity

This spring hit us with an increasing bevvy of activity. It was hard to keep up with it all! After making a trip back to Ohio for the Solar Eclipse and then flying cross-country for family birthdays and events, we found ourselves playing a critical game of catch up. Moving the game ball forward towards final plat of the Peaks Phase I while balancing other projects including the next phase of Craftsman Village and two new commercial projects proved quite a challenge. Along with resident and HOA needs, condo management and planning for what comes next, we had our hands full. But it wasn’t all work! We took time to enjoy our grandson, Travis’s divisional track races and state wins along with the fun and games at the first annual HOA Spring Fling.  About 20 runners turned out for the Flying S Foot Race. Mark ran the entire race -- ill prepared in his jeans and work shoes! (Next year he promised to wear shorts and athletic shoes.)  Afterward we thoroughly enjoyed watching the kids participate in games and activities headed up by April and Danielle at the new Peace Park. What a treat! You won’t see me running the 3K or joining in the sack race, but I plan to enter a pie in next year’s Apple Pie Baking Contest! Whatever you do this summer, remember to have some fun. You may feel overwhelmed at times with your own bevvy of activity, but life is short. Take the time for family and friends. And enjoy Montana in the summer! It comes and goes before you know it!

1st Annual Flying S Foot Race

Flying S Ready for Action

Signing up for the race

Awaiting the Start

Patiently waiting

Mark at the start

We got this!

Bringing up the rear

First across the finish line!

Coming up fast

In she comes!

Heading towards

the finish line

First kids comin' round

the last bend

Danielle and Jami make it

to the finish line

Brian Wacker,

Flying S Foot Race Winner!

Free treats for all the runners

Peace Park Dedication & Spring Fling

Egg Hunt

Brenda shares history of Peace Pole

On with the Egg Hunt

I got mine

Hmmm what's next

Golden Egg Prize Winner

Let the

Games Begin!

Big Kids Spring Fling

Soaking Sponge Race

Little Ones Join

the Sponge Race

Spoon & Egg Race

Mothers help the little ones

On your marks!

Get Set


Sometimes you just need a helping hand

Apple Pie Contest

Mark enjoys judging

Mary Lee VanVoast

wins Best Looking Pie

Jennifer Hermanson wins Best Tasting Pie


2024 MVM HOA

Annual Meeting

Wendy welcomes members

Annual Condo HOA

Meeting Display

MVM Sponsors

Vigilante Parade Float

Can you spot the Sand Crane?