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Mandy Patriarche, Development Director for Special Olympics Montana, visited our Club as a guest speaker to talk about Special Olympics throughout our State. She spoke about Special Olympics activities throughout the year, unique events, demographics of athletes served, and the types of events available.
The "We Notice Program" is designed to highlight background information about fellow Club Members. It gives our Club an avenue to recognize the leaders amongst us and it gives our fellow members additional information about each other to foster continued fellowship. Chris Budeski "Noticed" Lloyd Mandeville during our weekly meeting.
The Bozeman Noon Rotary Club welcomed two new Members who have graduated up to Blue Badge status.
Ron and Barb Harms are recognized for their contributions to the Bozeman Noon Rotary Club. Ron became a Paul Harris +3 Fellow. Barb became a Paul Harris +2 Fellow. Rotary is incredibly grateful for their support and contributions.
The Bozeman Noon Rotary focuses on supporting the youth in our area and uses a Student of the Month program to recognize youth leaders and volunteers. We recognized January 2018 Students of the Month and applaud those students for their amazing accomplishments.
Ric Tieman was recognized for yet another Paul Harris Fellow level. His contributions to the Bozeman Noon Rotary Club have helped us sustain all of the work throughout Gallatin Valley in support of various causes. Rotary is incredibly grateful for his continued and frequent contributions.
Megan Brenna from the local KidsLink After School Program discussed the program initiatives, goals, and remarkable progress.
Club Member Ed Kibbey was the first recipient of our club's "We Notice You" program implemented by our District 5390 Membership chair as a retention tool for clubs.  Club member Kristy Buckley "noticed" Ed and we found out that Ed worked directly for President Lyndon B. Johnson in the early 1960's while he was in the military.  After Ed was "noticed" he then told some more fascinating and personal stories relating to the former president.  Overall, it was a great start to our club's "We Notice You" program!
 
We listened to the exciting developments happening with the Bozeman Public Library - in one word: BOOKMOBILE! Rotary presented the Library with a donation, contributed on behalf of our many speakers and programming throughout the year.
Julien Harris, our club's outbound exchange student has arrived in Laval, France to start his 1 year term as a Rotary Youth Exchange student!  Julien is keeping a video blog or Vlog of his experience and has released the first installment.  It can bee seen by clicking the Youtube video below.
 
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle Prime 24 over 64 Awards dinner took place on August 29, 2017 and it was full of Rotarian awardees and attendees from both Rotary clubs in Bozeman!  The Bozeman Noon Rotary club helped sponsor the dinner, and would like to especially congratulate it's members that are award winners:  Ted Williams, Darrel Choate, and Dr. John Patterson.  And, a special thanks to Bozeman Noon Rotary Club member Cindy Sease, for a wonderful job emceeing the event.
 
George Keremedjiev, Founder and Director of the American Computer and Robotics Museum in Bozeman provided an insightful and compelling talk about the quickening pace of artificial intelligence and genetic mapping.
Our club enjoyed listening to Sandy Larson and Michael Hagenlockt with Adult Protective Services.  Very good information!
The Rotary Club of Bozeman presented Susan Gregory, with the Bozeman Library Foundation, a check in the amount of $1,200.
 
Adopt-A-Highway clean up along the Frontage Road between Bozeman and the Yellowstone International Airport at Gallatin Field.
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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Bozeman Noon Rotary Club, Est. 1920

Bozeman - Noon

"Service Above Self"

Tuesdays, 11:45am-1:00pm Lunch Meeting
Holiday Inn
5 East Baxter Lane
Bozeman, MT  59715
United States
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Upcoming Speakers
Andrea Suratt, Bozeman City Manager
Feb 27, 2018
The Economy and Strategic Planning for the Future
Dr. Jerry Johnson
Mar 06, 2018
The Bear Environment
Penelope Pierce, Executive Director
Mar 13, 2018
Gallatin Valley Land Trust
Dr. Allison Harmon, Dean of EHHD at MSU
Mar 20, 2018
Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Program
J. David Magistrelli, Executive Director
Mar 27, 2018
Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley
 
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