Posted: Oct 30, 2012 12:14 PM by Robin O'Day - KPAX News
Updated: Oct 31, 2012 1:19 PM
MISSOULA- Lacrosse is becoming a very popular sport, and now Sentinel High School students can play with a complete set of equipment.
Allegiance Benefit Plan Management CEO Dirk Visser and MTN General Manager Bob Hermes recently presented Jeanne Veteto with the One Class at a Time grant check.
Veteto says the grant money will go towards purchasing two new goals, a piece of equipment they didn't have last year, adding roughly 250 sophomore students will get a chance to use the new equipment and it will complete what they need as far gear goes.
"It's growing rapidly here in Missoula, so I brought lacrosse into my school, here at Sentinel last year and so now it gets to finish the needs of the equipment that we need," she explained.
Click here to apply for a One Class at a Time Grant.