The Black Mountain Boys will be playing at the Blacksmith Brewery in Stevensville on January 13th from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. Hope to see some of you there.
Jack is now back home at Seeley Lake. He is doing really well. His speach has improved and is now able to walk with the aid of a cane. He has really enjoyed all the support that all of you have provided. He is working hard on his recvery and hopes to be playing and singing soon. Thanks again for all the support,
Larry and All the Black Mountain Boys.
Jack will be at Wheat Montana on Tuesday 11/17 /09. We are working on a fund raiser for Jack and I will have information at the Dec. 5 meeting. Thanks to all who have volunteered to participate. Larry
Just wanted to update everyone. I will post an update as often as I can. They have Jack up and trying to walk. He still has limited use of his right arm, but they are using things to stimulate those muscles. He will probably be in the rehab center for 3-4 weeks. Thanks for all your love and support. Keep him in your prayers. Jack will have his first outing on 11/17/09 to Wheat montana in Missoula . Hope you all can be there. Larry
PS: Jacks daughter writes the updates and I pass them along. Thanks Nichole!!
Jack is at Providence Rehab Center. They have asked us to limit his visitors to evenings from 4-7 p.m. He wears out easily and will be in therapy all day. People have asked how they can help. We did set up a pay pals account through my mom’s email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t feel like you have to donate, praye…rs are great! They don’t have insurance so we are trying to come up with some fundraising ideas.
Jack was moved to the Providence Ctr on Sat & is doing well. He starts speech & physical therapy today. Visiting hours are after 4:00 p.m. & visitors are welcomed. Providence Ctr phone #543-7271 Larry
Jack will be moved today sometime to the Providence Center 902 N. Orange St. Missoula 59802. Don’t know what time, but call the center later this afternoon to see if he has arrived. Ph.327-3300 Larry
To all of our Bluegrass family>
Jack and a stroke on Wednesday, 11/4/2009. He is doing well as of today 11/7. He is in ST. Pats,room 400. Visiting is fine as well as cards and good wishes. Larry Wade 549-7880
The Black Mountain Bluegrass Band is looking for fill in musicians when our main players are out of town or unvailable.Â We would like to put together a list of players that would be willing to set in on Tuesdays or other gigs as needed.Â Any fiddle, bass, mandolin, banjo, dobro and guitar players would be welcome to get on the list.Â We usually know a week or two in advance of the date needed.Â Please send your information to Larry WadeÂ 549-7880 or email: email@example.com or Jack Piippo 499-0360 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.