Goes Here


Park County Community Journal


A Livingston Montana newspaper dedicated to serving the
Park County Montana Community


PCCJ Internet Radio

PCCJ Menu Guide 2017

The Best of Park County 2017

Holiday Gift Guide 2017























Windy Way Rock Shop

The Pampered Chef

Stafford Animal Shelter

David Rust Carpet

Junke's Montana Junk and Antiques

Back Porch Quilts

American Automotive

United in Light Draft Horse Sanctuary

Habitat for Humanity broke ground on Livingston home

True West by Sam Shepard

Partner Family mom, Misty Luchi, breaking ground with Board President, Ray Linksy, during a reading by Executive Director, David Magistrelli.


Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley celebrated the groundbreaking of their next project in Livingston. On August 16th, Habitat staff, board members, volunteers and supporters joined the Luchi family to break ground and welcome them to their new neighborhood.

Habitat for Humanity sells affordable, decent homes to hardworking community members. The program is designed for community members who have a stable income and can take on a mortgage but cannot quite qualify for traditional mortgages. The Homeownership Program is possible through volunteer labor, the labor of the partner family and through Habitat’s ability to offer 0% interest mortgages. This project was

also made possible by the generous donation of a lot in the Discovery Vista Subdivision by Raymond and Michele Stinnett and Rachel and Brad Osen.

In order to qualify for the home, the Luchi family is required to take a homeownership education course, a financial education course and volunteer 500 hours toward Habitat for Humanity projects, including their own home.

Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley is excited to be starting on their 76th home with a great partner family. If you are interested in volunteering or applying for a Habitat program, please contact Jill at 406-388-8225 or jellwood@habitatbozeman.org.