It's not often that a six year-old boy from Montana gets a high-five from the President of the United States, but that was the case on Friday, as young Noah Gue visited the People's House for the annual White House Student Film Festival.
Finally the great state of Montana was going to have a national voice. The Treasure State which all but gets ignored by the national media (except when former Senator Max Baucus spearheaded Obamacare or when they filmed "A River Runs Through It" near Bozeman) was about to have its day.
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