Bozeman Noon Rotary Club

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Welcome to Bozeman Noon Rotary Club, Established 1920.

Bozeman - Noon

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 11:45 AM
Holiday Inn
5 East Baxter Lane
Bozeman, MT  59715
United States
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Our club looks forward to this meeting every year! These young people are the best and the brightest, passing extensive screening to be fortunate enough to enter this program. It is our pleasure to be able to share a meal together and get to know these future leaders from another part of the world!

Last November the Bozeman Rotary Club pledged almost $5,000 for the purchase of a multi-tined tiller to to aid in increasing the production of God's Garden. In order for the tiller top operate efficiently, it quickly became apparent that a seeder was needed to be more precise in row spacing during planting.

Bozeman Rotary to the rescue!

Dale from God's Garden just received their new Cole planter. It will be fun to see these great new implements working together to increase food production for the Gallatin Valley Food Bank!





Last November the Bozeman Rotary Club pledged almost $5,000 for the purchase of a multi-tined tiller to to aid in increasing the production of God's Garden. The tiller came in a couple months ago and members of the club wanted to see it and take a tour of the garden.

Dale McNichols has poured his heart and soul into the garden, that raised produce solely for the food bank.

 Last year alone God's Garden produced almost 37,000 pounds of fresh produce for the food bank!

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