Bozeman Noon
Rotary Club
Est. 1920 | Meets 11:45 a.m. Tuesdays | Currently Via Zoom Only

We are currently meeting in person and online!  If you are still unable to attend in person, we will continue to offer the Zoom meeting option at this link:

Meeting ID: 871 7129 5169
Passcode: 429991
Club News
Our program was provided by Art Schwaller of the Bike Kitchen. We learned about the various ways that the Bike Kitchen supports our community as a non-profit organization. People are taught how to fix their own bikes by using the tools and resources at the Bike Kitchen. They also donate a substantial number of bikes to youth in our community and are always taking bike donations. Andrea Hamre will be making a proposal to our Club for supporting a new project that donates helmets to the Bike Kitchen. Thanks for the great idea, John Patterson!
 
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We were honored to have Montana Rotary District Governor Mike Mayott attend our Club meeting. Mike spoke about initiatives from Rotary International, encouraged more members to donate, spoke about the Rotary Foundation, and inspired us to grow more members.
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Our program was provided by Youth Dynamics. We learned about Montana youth in foster care, how foster parents are screened by Youth Dynamics, and the various treatment and support services that are offered to foster care youth by the program.
 
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We listened to John Taylor, a visiting Rotarian from West Virginia, share information about an international Rotary water project in El Salvador. If anyone is interested in donating to his project, you may make a check payable to Rotary Club of Shepherdstown and send it by mail to that club at P.O. Box 603, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 with a note that funds are intended for the "El Salvador Water Supply Project" or you can send your donation electronically using PayPal at https://isc.shepardstownrotary.org/donate/   You can also find the project on MatchingGrants.org under the Global Grant listing and click on the link to "pledge" support directly through the Rotary grant website.
 
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The Honorable Judge John Brown spoke to our Club about the history and current status of Gallatin County Treatment Court. We learned that Treatment Court relies heavily on evidence-based research regarding drug court best practices. Andrea Lower, Treatment Court Coordinator, provided Rotarians with brochures describing the timeline of Treatment Court, number of applicants, and graduation rates. It was inspiring to hear how they are working to change lives!
 
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We're excited about all that our RYLA participants learned about leadership, Rotary, and all so much more during the 2021 RYLA conference.  Each year, Bozeman Noon Rotary Club sponsors a number of students to attend the conference.  Congratulations for selection this year!  We can't wait to see what comes next.
June 29, 2021 Lunchueon will be our annual GAVEL LUNCHEON, held at "The Springs" during our regular meeting time.
 
This luncheon, which will focus on the installation of the 2021-2022 Board and President Kristy Buckley, is also a chance to look back at the last Rotary Year and to eagerly look forward to what's in store for us in the 2021-2022 Rotary Year. A special guest will be Sandy Carlson, current District Governor who will help install Kristy. Plan now to attend!
Bozeman Noon Rotary Club remains one of the celebrated 'singing clubs', meaning we start meetings by joining together in fellowship through a wide variety of song. One to commit to memory is below. Join us at today's Gavel Luncheon to sing along!
 
"Montana" Lyrics
Tell me of that Treasure State
Story always new,
Tell of its beauties grand
And its hearts so true.
Mountains of sunset fire
The land I love the best
Let me grasp the hand of one
From out the golden West
CHORUS
Montana, Montana, Glory of the West
Of all the states from coast to coast, You're easily the best
Montana, Montana, Where skies are always blue
M-O-N-T-A-N-A, Montana I love you.
VERSE 2
Each country has its flow'r;
Each one plays a part,
Each bloom brings a longing hope
To some lonely heart.
Bitterroot to me is dear
Growing in my land
Sing then that glorious air
The one I understand.
Upcoming Service Opportunities
Remember, we're about "Service Above Self!"
 
Tues (6/22):  Paint Horse Cross Tie Rack with Linseed Oil
Volunteers Needed:  5
Activity: Paint Horse Cross Tie Rack with Linseed Oil
Side activity:  Clear stones from corral.  Clean horse stall watering stations, general cleaning.

Tues (6/29):  Horse Stall Sand Refill
Volunteers Needed:  6 
Activity: Fill sand in horse stalls.  Eagle Mount will provide sand close to the stalls.  We will move sand into the stalls and spread them out.
Side activity:  Clear stones from corral.  Clean horse stall watering stations, general cleaning.
 
Tues (7/6):  Clear Small Stones from Horse Corral
Volunteers Needed:  5
Activity:  We will pick up larger stones from the main horse corral to make it easier on the horses.
Side activity:  General cleaning or other projects needed by Eagle Mount
 
Sign-ups will be available at each Noon Rotary Lunch or to sign up or for questions you can contact:  Frank Hollinger  (fh.fresh@comcast.net  (610) 405-6465 )   
Member Jody McDevitt presented a "Member Moment" recently, sharing her background and life and that she and her husband (Sunrise Rotarian Dan Krebill) will be retiring at the end of August and moving to Billings.
 
Jody will be missed by our Club as well as the Bozeman community after her 25 years as a co-pastor, with her husband Dan, of First Presbyterian Church and her active involvement in the Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association and it's Interfaith Forums.
Club Information
Bozeman Noon Rotary Club, Est. 1920
Bozeman - Noon

"Service Above Self"

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 11:45 AM
Currently Via Zoom Only
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Bozeman, MT 59718
United States of America
Tuesdays, 11:45am-1:00pm Lunch Meeting
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First Tuesday | Youth in Homlessness
Our Rotary Club collects donations on the First Tuesday of every month in order to support the Bozeman high school youth in our community that are experiencing homelessness. Every dollar you donate goes directly to an individual high school student right here in Bozeman. Proceeds fund basic supplies, clothing, food, and gas for these students in need. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION!
 
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