Upcoming Programs

Aug 07, 2015
Club Assembly
Current Club Issues
Sep 18, 2015
The Shelter Box Program
The Shelter Box Program
Sep 25, 2015
Oct 02, 2015
Chris Kelly - DropTrip
A Bozeman Startup - Product Delivery in the 'Sharing' Economy
Oct 16, 2015
Bill Spath - Rotary District Governor
New Montana Rotary Initiatives for 2015-16

Officers & Directors

President Elect
President Elect Nominee
Past President
Community Service
Vocational Service
International Service
Foundation Chair
New Generations
Fix-Up Festival Co-Chair
Kids Fishing Chair
Resourcing Committee
Program Chair
July 2015 programs
August 2015 programs
Sergeant At Arms
Youth Exchange Co-chair
Red to Blue Chair
Protection Officer
Newsletter/E Bulletin Editor
Public Relations
Holiday Auction Chair
Club Runner Administrator
Interact Liaison Chair
Sunset Satellite Chair

Club Information

Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club

Bozeman Sunrise

Is it Fun

We meet Fridays at 6:45 AM
Holiday Inn Bozeman (406.587.4561)
5 Baxter Lane
PO Box 6523, Bozeman 59771 (mail)
Bozeman, MT  59715
United States
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Attend the 2015 Club Picnic

The Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Annual Picnic is coming up on July 30th. We'd like to invite all members of the club to come out to the East Gallatin Recreation Area for a night of fun and fellowship with your fellow Rotarians. 


Nigeria Polio Free For 12 Months

This week the world will mark 12 months since the last Polio case was reported in Nigeria.  The last case was reported on 24 July 2014 in Kano state. Once the gateway to Polio in Africa, Nigeria is paving the way to eradicating the disease on the continent.

But reaching the milestone is only one step on the final road to ending polio and it is too soon to declare victory. Until polio is eliminated everywhere, it can return to Nigeria and the rest of Africa. Less than a decade ago, in 2006, polio paralyzed 1,000 people in Nigeria.

For the African region to be certified polio-free, including Nigeria, there must be no polio cases for two more years. To do this, all children in Nigeria and throughout Africa — including those in hard-to-reach and under-served areas — must continue to be protected against the disease.

“The ultimate goal is to ensure that the routine immunization infrastructure is established to increase and sustain the level of herd immunity” [protection for people who are not immune that occurs when a large percentage of the population has been vaccinated], says Tunji Funsho, chair of the Nigeria PolioPlus Committee. This will enable children to “continue to be immunized on schedule and protected from the virus even after the cessation of IPDs [Immunization Plus Days].”

Once all surveillance data is processed, Nigeria will be poised to be taken off the list of polio-endemic countries by the World Health Organization (WHO) in September. That achievement would leave only two polio-endemic countries: Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Pakistan - No new Polio cases reported in Pakistan.  Twenty-eight Polio cases have been reported in 2015 compared to 94 at this time last year.



Do You Use Facebook?

If you are a user of Facebook be sure to go visit our two club social media pages for the Bozeman Sunrise Rotary and the Fix-Up Festival. One of our club's goals this year is to spread the good work that our club is doing throughout the community and engage potential new members through social media, and you can help. Be sure to "Like" our pages and share, comment, and like our posts. The more you engage with our page the more you will help us promote the club. 

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