Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

By Andi Bourne

Relating through connection, providing comfort


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Jim Haueter carving one of his animals in his shop.

SEELEY LAKE – When Seeley Lake Elementary first grade teacher Rachel Bemis first talked with Missoula Aging Services RSVP volunteer Jim Haueter about providing their students with some of his hand-carved wooden animals, it was for a end of the year gift. Now with distance learning in full swing, they both agreed it would be a great addition to the weekly packet and bring joy to the students.

Haueter started carving tree stumps on his property in more than 10 years ago when the bark beetle outbreak killed many of the trees on his five-acre property on the Double Arrow Ranch. During the wi...

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