A Montana Story

A Montana Story

To whom it may concern:
Not a lot of people care about guys in jail. Gib Pellet and his friends have reached out to me and take the time to call and write letters and also help with things like extra clothes and funds for media and healthy snacks.

More important than those things is our friendship and Gib and Diane and Russell drive an hour each way about once a month to visit me. It really means something to guys in jail to have people who are willing to take time out of their days to be our friends when it seems like we’re otherwise forgotten.

When I get out now I will have people I can say will help me which makes a big difference in dealing with parole boards. I hope Gib’s organization Common Ground Outreach gets your support and keeps growing because they are doing great things for people in prison.

-Montana / Oak Park Heights Corrections Center