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The Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club, a spin-off of the Bozeman Noon Club, was chartered December 12, 1992.

As one of its first undertaken projects to serve the community, club members officially adopted East Gallatin Recreation Area (now known as Glen Lake Rotary Park as of 2018) just off Griffin Drive and began participating in tasks that helped to clean-up its location, add infrastructure and people-friendly features, and work in conjunction with various, city, county and state agencies to provide beautification to the newly-created park.

Since the club's inception, our member efforts have been lauded throughout the state with numerous awards having been given to us in the areas of vocational, community and international service.  In the 2006-07, 2008-09 and 2009-10 Rotary years, our club was given the coveted District 5390 medium-sized club of the Year Award (club size from 41-99 members) and in 2012-13, 2015-16 and 2016-17 were recognized as the BEST Large club in the district.  

Bozeman Sunrise Club administers nearly $250,000 annually, with most going toward supporting charitable giving and service projects in Bozeman and other international destinations. We support Polio eradication, international service projects providing safe drinking water and water quality around the world, literacy locally and abroad, financial relief to victims of natural disasters, fixing up local homes for elderly and low-income citizens, providing funds and resources to homeless students in Belgrade and Bozeman school districts, and a weekly commitment to Meals on Wheels for shut-ins and seniors.