Submitted by vsample on Wed, 05/08/2019 - 20:53
Shawna Secker, Rotary District 5390 Secretary, visited Townsend on May 7,2019. Pat Plantenberg and Mary Mystic hosted Shawna at their home overnight. During her visit Shawna had a tour of Townsend highlighting the many Rotary projects throughout town.
After touring the Rotary projects Shawna donned her work clothes and helped Pat plant trees at Vic and Pam Sample's home. She did it all: drove Pat's Kubota tractor, pounded fence posts and dug in the dirt. It looked like Shawna had a great time helping Pat!
Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Mon, 05/06/2019 - 12:15
Nine Interact Club members from Townsend are going to Guatemala in June. Interact is a Rotary sponsored community based youth service organization with over 20 students from Broadwater High School. The students will travel to Guatemala for over a week to work on a service project with Maya Pedal, visit Rotary water projects in the area, and tour some Mayan ruins. To help pay for the trip, the Interact and Rotary Clubs are sponsoring a Trivia and All You Can Eat Taco Night at the Fairgrounds 4H Building on Saturday May 11.
Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Mon, 05/06/2019 - 10:55
(Townsend May 5) On May 5th, The Interact Club, a Rotary sponsored community youth service organization, inducted three new members: Zoey Wickens, Hanna Burdick, and Carson LeLacheur. The Interact Club is a community-based youth Rotary Club for students ages 12-18. Rotarian, Jennifer Lane is the Club Advisor.
Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Sun, 04/28/2019 - 10:45
On April 18th, the Townsend Rotary sponsored Interact Club hosted a Broadwater High School (BHS) Freshman Class Leadership Training/Team Building event at BHS. The purpose of the event was to continue the Freshman Class training conducted at the beginning of the school year by the Interact Club.
Submitted by vsample on Fri, 04/26/2019 - 15:15
The Rotary Club of Townsend has survived since 1939 and has become the club to go to if something needs to be done in our community. Rotary is always looking for potential new members to continue that tradition. Many service organizations like Rotary are struggling to find new energetic members. Fortunately, two more new Rotary member have been recruited in Townsend.
Submitted by Jeff Langlinais on Tue, 01/15/2019 - 10:06
The Holiday Party last Saturday (Jan 24,2019) was a great success! Rex did a great job of preparing steak and fowl and we got rid of drinks left over from Fall Fest -- WOO HOO!
The only questionable thing about the party is how badly we sang Karaoke. WHEW! I hope no one had nightames after all the off-key sining we did! And Bill, I hope Barb didn't make you walk home after that serenade....
Submitted by vsample on Thu, 12/13/2018 - 18:43
The Rotary Club of Townsend has survived since 1939 and has become the club to go to if something needs to be done in our community. Rotary is always looking for potential new members to continue that tradition. Many service organizations like Rotary are struggling to find new energetic members. Fortunately, another new young Rotary member has been recruited in Townsend.
Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Tue, 12/04/2018 - 07:31
(Townsend December 1) On November 27, Loren Acton, the only Montana-born astronaut spoke to the Rotary Club. Loren was born in the Lewistown, Montana area and explained to the Club how a small town boy from Montana was able to grow up and become a crew member on the Challenger. Loren was educated at Montana State University and eventually received a doctorate in solar physics. He was charged with taking x-ray pictures of the sun and showed the Club some of the pictures he took from space.
Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Tue, 12/04/2018 - 07:25
(Townsend December 1) On Thursday November 29th, the Rotary Club of Helena Sunrise and the Rotary Club of Townsend sponsored their annual Trivia/Chili Feed fundraising event for a Townsend cause. This year the $1,342 raised will be used to help pay for the Rotary-sponsored youth Interact Club service trip to Guatemala. The kids will be spending some time in June helping a group called Maya Pedal modify bicycles into machines that can be used by local villagers without power to grind flour, pump water, etc.
Submitted by Pat Plantenberg on Mon, 12/03/2018 - 07:57
(Townsend December 1) On November 27th, Keith Hartman and Phil Clark were sworn in by Rotary Club President Jeff Langlinais and took the oath to serve as a Rotarian and to provide ‘Service above Self”. Rotary’s six new members in the last three months will help ensure Rotary continues its vital role in our community.
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