Rotary Club of Bigfork Welcome!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Community United Methodist Church
750 Electric Avenue
Bigfork, MT 59911
United States of America
Wednesdays at Noon
This year's Rotary International President, Gordon McInally, has set our 2023/2024 theme. 
Create Hope in the World! 
A very inspirational theme and as Rotarians, we will strive to do this. 
Thank you Gordon!
Rotary Club of Bigfork Welcomes Visitors!
Interested in knowing more about Rotary?  We meet every Wednesday at noon at the Community United Methodist Church, 750 Electric Avenue, Bigfork.  For more information or if you have questions, please email  We look forward to meeting you!
Recent Speakers at Weekly Meetings
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Solveig Munson & Brody Delaney
Rotary welcomed Solveig Munson, BF High School Counselor, and Brody Delaney, BF High School Student of the Month. Brody talked to us about his love of coding and how he is looking forward to pursuing his education in computer and technological sciences.  He is already helping fellow students with computer repair!  Solveig updated us on the programs and offerings available to the BF High School students.  The list goes on and on!  National Honor Society, Apprenticeships, Internships and Job Shadowing opportunities with local business, FVCC Campus visits and Military Visits, just to name a few.  Whether you have children in the Bigfork School system or not, please click here to learn more about our school system and how you can offer support. 
Thank you Solveig and Brody!
ImagineIF Library Foundation
Sara Busse, Executive Director for the ImagineIF Foundation, and Deidre McMullin, Bigfork Branch Manager, joined Rotary to update us on the progress of the new library.  They have broken ground and they expect to be operational June 2024!  This is such wonderful news, not only for Bigfork, but also for the entire Valley.  Rotary Club of Bigfork has supported this Foundation and their Mission since their inception.  This Wednesday, we were honored to donate an additional $7,150 to the Foundation. 
Please click here to go to the Foundation website to learn how you can support them.
Thank you!
Julie Tickle has served as the Executive Director of Dream Adaptive since 2018. She has a B.S. in Psychology and an M.S. in Sports Administration, and she has worked for both the US Olympic and the Paralympic Committees.  What is Dream Adaptive?  It is outdoor recreation for all!  The mission of DREAM Adaptive Recreation is to enhance the quality of life of individuals with disabilities by providing year-round outdoor adaptive recreational opportunities. They support individuals ages 5 to adults with physical, cognitive, intellectual, developmental and sensory challenges, including Military Veterans. DREAM acquired adaptive snow skiing equipment in the 1980’s and began offering alpine skiing to persons with disabilities at Whitefish Mountain Resort. Over three decades later, DREAM provides over 1,250 adaptive lessons & opportunities each year in sports such as alpine skiing & snowboarding, nordic skiing, mountain biking, paddle boarding, kayaking, water skiing & other water sports.  Thank you Julie for sharing this organization with us! 
If you would like to learn more and how you can help support Dream Adaptive, please click here.


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