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Montana Rail Link donates Ranger Nation sweatshirts to school district

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Montana Rail Link donates Ranger Nation sweatshirts to school district

Jack Gauthier helped Tony Bacino demonstrate the effects of a train hitting a car, using a Diet Coke can as the car.

Jack Gauthier helped Tony Bacino demonstrate the effects of a train hitting a car, using a Diet Coke can as the car.

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Jack Gauthier helped Tony Bacino demonstrate the effects of a train hitting a car, using a Diet Coke can as the car.

Gibson Erickson

Gibson Erickson

Jack Gauthier helped Tony Bacino demonstrate the effects of a train hitting a car, using a Diet Coke can as the car.


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MRL employee, Mike Mattson, presents the sweatshirts during the assembly, as his son Maverick looks on.

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A Montana Rail Link employee explained what to do if your car stalls on the train tracks, at the MRL assembly Thursday.

Montana Rail Link employees visited area schools this week to distribute a free sweatshirt to every Livingston Public Schools student and employee.  In a school-wide assembly Thursday morning, they spoke with the student body about being safe around train crossings. They explained what to do if your car stalls at a crossing, and why it’s a bad idea to take your senior picture on the train tracks.

At the assembly’s conclusion, teachers picked up bright red “Santa bags” full of purple hooded sweatshirts to hand out in their third period class.  The sweatshirts were donated by the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation in partnership with MRL.

Later in the day, the halls were filled with teenagers wearing their “Livingston Ranger Nation” sweatshirts. The elementary school playgrounds were also filled with purple during their recess.

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I was born and raised in Livingston, and in my 17 years, I've come to love skiing, hiking, biking, soccer and enjoying all the beauty Montana has to offer. ...

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