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Welcome to Bozeman Noon Rotary Club, Established 1920.

Bozeman - Noon

Service Above Self

11:45 gather - 12:05 meeting
Holiday Inn
5 East Baxter Lane
Bozeman, MT  59715
United States
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Sierra Fisher-Dykman is awarded the first ever Bozeman Rotary Club Student of the Month Scholarship.
exemplifies the Rotary ideals of service, dependability and leadership - amongst their peers and within their schools, communities and families.
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/1226/SitePage/club-awards/youth-merit-award#sthash.SncUMVwk.dpuf
exemplifies the Rotary ideals of service, dependability and leadership - amongst their peers and within their schools, communities and families.
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/1226/SitePage/club-awards/youth-merit-award#sthash.SncUMVwk.dpuf
 
 
Thank you shoppers and wrappers and the entire club for raising the money that we were able to allocate to the project. Also, a huge thank you to WalMart for adding $25 to the amount each family had to spend. 
Hopefully those at the meeting had a chance to visit with the family representatives and were able to grasp just how much this project meant to them.
Thank you all for great work and making Christmas special for these families.
 

 
 
 
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