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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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The Rotary Club of Bozeman supports our local BHS Interact Club
 
 

6th Annual "Instant Wine Cellar" Raffle & Wine/Beer Tasting Fundraiser Supporting:

Gallatin Valley Youth

April 21st, 2017 at the Holiday Inn, Bozeman 

5:30pm to 8:00pm

www.rotarywineevent.org

 
 
 
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Bozeman presented Susan Gregory, with the Bozeman Library Foundation, a check in the amount of $1,200.
 
The Rotary Club of Bozeman installed our newest members, Ron & Barb Harms and Stacia Jensen.  Welcome to Rotary!
 
 
 
Ric Tieman (PHF+8) and Susan Gibb (PHF+7) are awarded Paul Harris Fellows.
 
Adopt-A-Highway clean up along the Frontage Road between Bozeman and the Yellowstone International Airport at Gallatin Field.
The Rotary Club of Bozeman (noon) honors area farmers and ranchers.
Our MSU Bobcat Football parking fundraiser was a huge success, as well as a lot of fun.
 
The Rotary Club of Bozeman congratulates Kristy Buckley of Crowley/Fleck, on completing her Red Badge to Blue Badge initiation program!
 
Congratulations to Lieutenant Peter Oliver of the Salvation Army on becoming our newest member.  The Rotary Club of Bozeman welcomes Lt. Oliver and is so happy he joined the Rotary family.
 
 
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