-Ernie Turner-

Intro to the World of Cryptocurrencies

This October 6th at Eagle Mount and Zoom

Ernie will delve into the world of cryptocurrencies, shedding light on what they are, how they function, and the potential benefits they offer. Along the way we'll try to answer the question "Aren't these all just scams?" and explore the diverse range of investment options available in the cryptocurrency market

See you Friday October 6th at 6:45am in-person and on Zoom.

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 827 2600 7508, Passcode: 361033
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-Fix-Up Festival!-
The time has come! Fix-Up Festival is happening Saturday October 7th. Most volunteer roles have been filled but if you have some free-time in the afternoon, contact Teri Lumsden. Let's have a great day embodying Neighbors Helping Neighbors. Think good weather thoughts!
If you need a reminder of your role: The following two links provide information and general descriptions of each role and the sign-up list link.
Questions can be directed to any Fix-up Festival committee member. 
 
-Heads Up for Schedule Change Next Week-
In lieu of our morning meeting next week, join us on Thursday, October 12th at 5:47PM at the Inspiration Hall in the Norm Asbjornson Building on the MSU campus to welcome an amazingly talented group of international teachers as part of the the TEA Fellowship Program.
 
-Those Pesky Beavers Are Still At It!-
The Beaver Battalion is still taking up arms against the recurring beaver dam under the bridge at Glen Lake Rotary Park. We are looking for people to help clear it out. For more info and to sign-up: **CLICK HERE**
 
-Those Shoes Were Made for Walkin'-
The Holiday Auction Committee is looking for a few individuals to take an assigned small area to canvass for silent auction items. Silent auction items brings in 30% of the Holiday Auction proceeds. Also, you don't have to walk. You can get a coffee and drive around if you so please. 
Interested? Contact Bob Wiersma. 
 
-How Bout Them Bobcats?-
A sign-up will be passed around the meetings following Fix-Up Festival for those who wish to attend the November 11th Bobcat Game with fellow Rotarians. Tickets will be $25/person and you can sign-up for 1-2 tickets. Go Cats Go!
 
-Continued Support of I Ho and Family-
If you would like to sign-up for dropping off a meal at the restaurant for I Ho and her family details and Sign-Up for MealTrain can be found *HERE*
Thank You All for Your Continued Support
 
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Ongoing Service Opportunities:
BSRC Service | Meals on Wheels Sign-Up
Tuesday Sign-Up Link *click here*
October 3- Susan Penner and __OPEN__
October 10- Gene Gaines and __OPEN__
October 17- Anne Keith and Marilyn Keith
October 24- __OPEN__ and __OPEN__
October 31- __OPEN__ and __OPEN__
Beep Beep! Thank you drivers and co-pilots!
 
BSRC Service | Greeter + Inspiration
Greeter + Inspiration Sign-Up Link *click here*
October 6- Barbara Prescott
October 20- __OPEN__
October 27- __OPEN__
Your smile at the door and your inspiring words are appreciated!
 
Out of Town? Miss a Meeting?
BSRC Misc. | Attendance + Meeting Make-ups 
If you cannot attend our weekly Friday gathering, learn of the make-up opportunities and our attendance guidelines by visiting this page on our website. 
Proposing a New Member:
BSRC Misc. | Proposing Candidate for Membership
To Propose a candidate for membership *click here*
For a list of classifications *click here*
 
Bulletin:
BSRC Misc. | Weekly Newsletter Deadline
Please send any material you would like included in the weekly newsletter by Friday at 12:00 pm to Katie Capp via the website's internal email messaging or katiecapp@gmail.com. Please include the word "bulletin" in your subject line.
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Now for some Rotary Trivia:
  • Answer from Last Week: Rotarians log approximately 47 million volunteer hours each year! Last week you learned a bit about Rotary's principle motto of, "Service Above Self.
     Take a moment this week to reflect upon how the motto of Rotary can reach beyond your Rotary service projects. 
  • This week's Rotary Trivia Q: Take a guess...approximately how many Rotarians there are worldwide?
  • Answer: _____ (find out next week + a lil related tidbit) 
Club Information
Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club
Bozeman Sunrise
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Fridays at 6:45 AM
Eagle Mount
6901 Goldenstein Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715
United States of America
6:45am each Friday, also via Zoom
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Christmas and Holiday Party and Auction
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Mar 01, 2024 6:45 AM
Bozeman High School Students of the Month
Mar 08, 2024 7:00 AM
Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Mar 15, 2024 6:45 AM
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Upcoming Events
Membership Committee
Yellowstone Bank
Feb. 28, 2024
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
 
Vo Ed Monthly Meeting - 12 Noon
Mar. 04, 2024
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
 
Foundation Committee Meeting
The Springs Residences
Mar. 05, 2024
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. UTC-07:00
 
GLRP Committee Meeting
Mar. 06, 2024
7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
 
Public Relations
Bozeman Public Library
Mar. 06, 2024
5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
 
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Birthdays, Wedding & Club Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Anne Keith
February 12
 
Andrew Brechbuhler
February 13
 
Frederick Richards
February 13
 
Corinne Richardson
February 17
 
Bob DuBose
February 22
 
Bob Wiersma
February 22
 
Nikki Naiser
February 25
 
Anniversaries
Vance Paulson
Joanne Paulson
February 19
 
Join Date
Michael Banville
February 1, 1991
33 years
 
Gene Kuntz
February 16, 2018
6 years
 
Laura Kuntz
February 16, 2018
6 years
 
Scott Holton
February 16, 2005
19 years
 
Sue Higgins
February 25, 2011
13 years
 
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