Rural Compassion and Convoy of Hope groups An ice skating rink was recently built in Bigfork by a group of people from the Rural Compassion and Convoy of Hope groups that were organized by Bigfork Assembly of God Church, headed up by Pastor Bryan Boone. They also put up a warming house at the same location, just north of the Bigfork Fire Hall. Some of the other projects that the groups took on were building a disc golf course, painting and repairing buildings and fences and sprucing up gardens. A warming house was built near the skating rink. The people working on this project, and others around Bigfork, were from the Rural Compassion and Convoy of Hope groups organized by Bryan Boone, pastor at the Bigfork Assembly of God Church. This group of young volunteers took shovels in hand to clean out flower beds and put down cedar mulch. One of the many tasks that the Rural Compassion and Convoy of Hope groups did was repainting fences. One of the finishing touches to the disc golf course was to install the signage. Many buildings in Bigfork received a face lift during the recent work days. Here members of the Rural Compassion and Convoy of Hope groups repainted the Unger’s Southend Sales building. Trails were cut in the woods and trees were trimmed to make the disc golf course. Members of the work crew organized by the Assembly of God Church in Bigfork did some much-needed repair work at the Over 50 Club.