Big Sky Community Park

The tennis group took to the courts on a sunny day in July. PHOTO COURTESY OF CAITLIN TAMPOSI

The community vibe

Monday night is usually the only night Caitlin Tamposi, project manager for Montage Big Sky with Suffolk Construction, leaves work before six. Tennis nights keep her sane.

“Sometimes you just have to hit the ball as hard as you can after a long day,” Tamposi said.

Big Sky Futbol Club minis learn soccer basics from Renee Zimmerman. Photo by Jana Bounds

Big Sky’s fields of dreams

Last week every field at Big Sky Community Park was simultaneously met with soccer cleats. Some of those cleats were tiny and some of the players were little human tornadoes. Big Sky Futbol Club’s second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders played on the fields to the west.

There’s always a little time to toss a disc during course maintenance.

Acing it

It may not be 150 acres of perfectly maintained turf, but the disc golf course at Big Sky Community Park needs maintenance to keep it up to snuff. And it takes a volunteer to step up to the plate to make that happen. 

     Enter Brent Jacobs.

Kelly Hilovsky and Jeff Butler greet volunteers at the Big Sky Community Park for a good, old-fashioned river cleanup sponsored by United by Blue, a Philadelphia-based clothing company that sent the two organizers to states across the U.S. Big Sky marked their western-most stop on the Bluemovement Tour. They’re now off to the Midwest.

United by our rivers

When one thinks of community trash cleanups, the words Philadelphia and clothing company don’t readily come to mind. But on Monday, July 16, United by Blue—an eco-conscious apparel company based in Philly—made a stop in Big Sky during a two-month journey across the U.S. cleaning up waterways along the way.

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