Landon’s Lookout is a non-profit teen center serving the youth of Livingston, Montana. Opening its doors in January 2010, the mission of Landon’s Lookout is to be a safe place where youth can study, socialize, recreate, and pursue personal interests. Students visiting the Lookout can utilize the computer lab, Wii games, pool and foosball tables, air hockey, or just socialize in the television/DVD area.

The Lookout’s Director, Youth Advisory Board, and Board of Directors work diligently to develop special events, like ‘Open-Mic’ nights, as well as pursuing collaborative relationships with other local youth agencies (such as Mania, Girl Scouts, Hopa Mountain, etc). Committed to first being a ‘safe place’, Landon’s Lookout strives not to duplicate the programming efforts of these other local agencies – instead we look to connect local youth to such opportunities; and the Lookout makes our facility available for use by other youth agencies free of charge.

Landon’s Lookout takes its name and inspiration from Landon Meece, a caring teenager with a deep concern for the safety of her friends and classmates. In June 2007, at the age of 13, Landon passed away suddenly from Bacterial Meningitis. Landon’s Lookout has become her legacy to the community she loved so much!

Recognized as a 501c(3), Landon’s Lookout pursues relevant grant opportunities, in addition to private and corporate funding, to support our operating budget and special programs. Numerous levels of sponsorship are available, in addition to unique in-kind partnerships as well.

After just one year of operation, Landon’s Lookout was voted the “#1 Teen Hangout” by readers of the Livingston Current!

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