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The Annual Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Book Giveaway is off and running. This year we will deliver books to every second grade class in Gallatin County, including Big Sky and West Yellowstone. Every year it is always a great experience to meet the kids and give them each two books of their own, some of whom have never owned a book in their life. Seeing them get excited about reading is what our book giveaway is all about. One of Rotary's primary objectives is to promote literacy and this event is our club's way of promoting literacy to our local community. 

With Daniel Uter looking on, Jay and Mike Campbell learned how to tie 4 different fly patterns while enjoying distilled libations at the Dry Hills Distillery on February 10. A brainstorm of Daniel and Mike Banville, Holiday Auction participants paid $35 each to learn fly tying and trying new beverages.  Everyone came away with new skills, new appreciation for their eyesight (or lack thereof), and a more educated palette when it comes to understanding the finer aspects of the distilling process.  

The results are in and the officers are set for the upcoming Rotary year. These changes will take affect July 1st and will be preceded by our annual change-over dinner in June. Below you will find the list of updated list including committee chairs. This group of Rotarians will help steer our club in our mission of putting service above self.
President: Bill Souba
President Elect: Sydney Rick
President Elect Nominee/VP: Jason Smith
Past President: Roger Barnes
Secretary: Keith Nathan
Treasure: Gene Gaines
Community Service Chair: Ted Campbell
Foundation (Co-Chairs): Wayne Johnson and Bob Wiersma
International Chair: David DiMaria
Membership Chair: Steve Hample
PR Chair: Tony Marchi
Vocational Service Chair: Bill Henning
Youth Service Chair: Jim Ness
Resourcing Chair: Open*
* Looking for chair

Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club has prepared an East Gallatin Recreation Area (EGRA) Park Master Plan (PMP) for submission to the City of Bozeman for approval.  The EGRA PMP's primary near-term focus is to get approval to extend the beach and add an interactive natural playground.  Anticipating approval of residential condominiums near the entrance of the Park, we plan to piggy back onto a paved entry way to the park driven by the new Condos; paving the park roads and parking lots and putting in a second entrance south of Glen lake.  These are the five projects detailed in the EGRA PMP:

Every wondered what Bozeman Sunrise Rotary is or what they do in our community? 
Rotary Serving Humanity
Upcoming Programs
Dede Taylor and Jim Madden - Mountain Time Arts
Apr 28, 2017
WaterWorks - Landscape Based Public Art
Dark - come to Cleanup Saturday
May 05, 2017
No Friday meeting, come cleanup EGRA Saturday May 6
May 12, 2017
May 26, 2017
Nikki Naiser and Darrell Choate
Jun 02, 2017
Honduras Water Project
Malcomb Fitzsimmons of Compassus
Jun 16, 2017
Hospice and Palliative Care
Jun 23, 2017
Officers & Directors
President Elect
President Elect Nominee
Past President
Community Service
Vocational Service
International Service
Foundation Co-Chair
Foundation Co-Chair
Youth Services
Public Relations
Fix-Up Festival Co-Chair
Kids Fishing Chair
Resourcing Committee
Program Chair
March 2017 programs
May 2017 programs
Newsletter/E Bulletin Editor
Interact Liaison Chair
Rotaract Liaison Chair
Club Runner Administrator
Youth Exchange Co-chair
Meals on Wheels Chair
Sergeant At Arms
Red to Blue Chair
Protection Officer
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Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club

Bozeman Sunrise

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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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