Students of Lewis and Clark School enjoy snowshoe fun, courtesy of Elk’s Club

Sixth grader Khale Bartel (front) laughs after biffing it in the snow, as Brookelynn Ruckman and Trinity Lowery look on.

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Photos courtesy of Danny Wirtzberger

Every year fifth- and sixth-grade students enjoy their annual snowshoeing adventure at the Elks Club and Pine Meadows golf course. Lewis and Clark School was fortunate enough to purchase about 70 sets of snowshoes a while back. Snowshoeing provides an opportunity for students to get out of the school and enjoy our beautiful Lewistown winter weather. Snowshoeing is easy for all levels of students. The activity is very inexpensive and is a fantastic workout.

During the activity, the students used the fairways of holes one and nine to walk along the snow with peer groups and adult supervisors. Mr. Russell (sixth-grade teacher and snowshoeing expert) created a Frisbee golf course for the students to learn the activity and have fun.

There is no better place than the Elks Country Club to enjoy the winter activity. A big thank you goes to all of the Elks members, board members and employees for allowing Lewis and Clark the opportunity to enjoy their course.



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