Summer Arrives in Bozeman, Montana

  • Mike Greener/Chronicle  Logan and Kim Dickerson, right, burst from their seats in reaction to a missed goal attempt by the United States during their World Cup match against Germany Thursday afternoon at the Bacchus Pub in downtown Bozeman.
  • Cancer survivor Allistaire Anderson, 4, traveled to Disney World with her family after her wish was granted by the Montana Make-A-Wish Foundation this year. Anderson was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia when she was 21-months-old but after years of treatment, her cancer has now gone into remission.
  • Jenn Johnson has her new contact lenses examined by her optometrist Dr. Sarah Hill during her appointment Thursday afternoon at 20Twenty Eyecare.
  • Reese Fillbach, 7, spent time practicing reading animal body langauge during the Heart of the Valley "Pet Pals" Summer Day Camp Monday afternoon at the Bozeman animal shelter. The six sessions summer camp aims to teach kids compassion towards animals and give overall humane education when handling and caring for pets.
  • Surrounded by loved ones, Allen and Barbara Rummel, bottom center, parents to Three Forks volunteer fire chief Todd Rummel, react to watching photo slideshow of his life during a memorial service at the Three Forks High School Wednesday afternoon.
  • Chris Remely, funeral director at Dokken-Nelson Funeral Service and Crematory, holds one of nine remains of veterans that have been left unclaimed at the funeral home. The Missing in America Project will inter the remains at the Yellowstone National Cemetery later this month.
  • Alanna Russell, 10, and her red-nosed pitbull "Nameless", 5, left, stand in the shade as TNT Fireworks employee Jeff Stacey watches traffic and for his next customer at his fireworks stand along Huffine Lane Monday afternoon.
  • Ondrej Ball, 8, hugs his stuffed cheetah puppet "Duma" outside his Bozeman backyard Thursday afternoon. Ondrej has donated $80 he earned doing chores to try to save the endangered Asiatic cheetah.
  • Bozeman parents Alyson and Kevin Ball along with their son Ondrej, 8, are determined to "savor each day" in spite of serious medical issues.
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  • Bozeman blogger Jackie Laulainen has been writing her travel blog "The Budget-Minded Traveler" which helps others achieve their own travel goals through tips on her blog, book, and podcasts online.
  • Dr. Sarah Hill and Dr. Sarah Kirkpatrick of 20Twenty Eyecare started their eye care practice in 2013 with the goals of maintaining their own family lives while running a business.
  • Jen Seessel, left, and her daughter Lauren, 11, center, share a laugh prior to the start of their trail ride during the Longest Day of Trails event hosted by the Gallatin Valley Land Trust Friday afternoon.
  • Members of the Al Bedoo Shriners brass band perform for the crowd during the Livingston 4th of July parade Wednesday afternoon in downtown Livingston.

Some recent work I did for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Happy 4th of July everyone! -Mike

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