BENEFITING: Bozeman Public Schools Foundation
EVENT DATE: Feb 07, 2014
Heather Hume is a prevention specialist at Alcohol and Drug Services of Gallatin County, a former teacher at Bozeman High School, and the proud mom of Beckett Nelson and Walker Nelson, both students at Longfellow School.
Heather Higinbotham is the Director of Sustainability Programs for the Yellowstone Business Partnership, working to help organizations and communities to enhance the environmental, social and economic well-being of Greater Yellowstone. She is an MBA in Sustainable Systems candidate at the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, and will graduate in June. She is the proud mother of Scout, a 2nd grader at Anderson School.
Betsy de Leiris has two grown children, makng her eternally grateful for the gifts of eduction, for her kids and for herself. She is retired, a volunteer therapeutic riding instructor at Eagle Mount and a docent at the Museum of the Rockies.
About this Campaign
Three years ago, the winning team of the Queen Killer Bees, with Heather Hume, Liz Harrison and Betsy de Leiris, swept the last round and took home the prized Bee Trophy in the Bozeman Schools Foundation Adult Spelling Bee. Reconstituted as the Roller Der-Bees, we skated to another trophy performance. Sadly, Liz left us and moved to Seattle, where she is today cheering on the new team, The CBeeOs, featuring new team member Heather Higinbotham. We promise to dazzle you with our professional appearance, our sharp wits, our obvious busines acumen...yes, the buzz on Wall Street is all about the new gals in town, the CBeeOs. Join our team in its drive for the success of the Bozeman Schools Foundation.