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Text by Holly Matkin • Photography by Really Montana Photography Home-Grown Insurance Built for Montanans GREAT FALLS, MONTANA SiG MT 12 URBAN AFFAIRS Neighborhoods Farmer's Union Insurance - Eric Hinebauch • 314 Central Avenue While Farmer's Union Insurance may be known for their work with Montana's agricultural community, their services extend far beyond sprawling pastures and golden fields, Great Falls independent insurance agent Eric Hinebauch says. "A lot of people don't realize we do a lot of home, auto, and small business policies, too," the Hi-Line native points out. "I'm confident I could sit down and fund a plan for just about anything." Eric has been assisting Great Falls-area residents with their insurance needs ever since he graduated from the University of Providence in 2011, and says he loves being a part of a Montana-grown company. "It's a local business," he says with proud satisfaction. "We're part of the community that we serve." When he isn't busy helping his fellow Montanans to protect their assets, Eric enjoys rafting, hiking, and trying to keep up with his wife, Jennifer, during half-marathons. He is also the head wrestling coach at Great Falls Central Catholic High School, and helps to run the Heisey Youth Center's wrestling club. If you're looking to simplify your insurance solutions, swing into Eric's downtown office or give him a call. Phone: (406) 453-8413 Overcoming barriers to success can be difficult, especially when your goal involves becoming more fit and healthy. People often gauge their overall fitness by the number they see on their bathroom scales, but Tamara Podry, owner of Anchor Fitness, says it's about a lot more than that. "Take the emphasis off of just losing weight," Tamara says. "We help encourage people to be strong and overcome negative self-talk. When they start thinking about themselves differently, it brings changes that last." There are countless reasons why people struggle – insecurity, lack of knowledge, medical issues, past injuries – but conquering those hardships are exactly what Tamara and the other trainers at Anchor Fitness help clients do every day. "I'm always excited about seeing people overcome those barriers," she explains. "They believe in themselves more, and that carries over into other parts of their lives, too." Many clients enjoy the facility's one-on-one custom training programs, while others tend towards semi-private sessions with two or three other people. Anchor Fitness also holds Pilates and barre classes, and offers meal planning and nutrition coaching. Custom Training for Lifelong Fitness Anchor Fitness • 316 Central Avenue "Everything is designed for you to help you meet your goals," Tamara says. The Anchor Fitness team of personal trainers has also helped many military clients to prepare for their physical training exams – and every single one passed with flying colors. Anchor Fitness is open Mon. through Fri. from noon to 7 p.m., and Sun. from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. • Phone: (406) 231-1503 Website: S MT S MT Eric's door is always open for your insurance needs. Your personal fitness goals deserve one-on-one attention.

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