Livingston Rotary Club

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Welcome to our Club!


Service Above Self

Regular meetings are at noon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Please see the calendar for alternate meeting dates and times.
Livingston Food Pantry
202 South 2nd St
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Livingston, MT  59047
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Livingston Rotary Club Presents
Livingston Rotary Club invites you to join us for a night filled with fine fare, live music and art.
Saturday, July 1, 2017    
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The event will be held on the 100 Block of North Main Street in Beautiful Downtown Livingston. The entrance will be near Derek De Young's  Trout Confetti Fish. 
Don’t miss this opportunity to watch local artists create artwork that can be purchased at the live auction.
6:00 - 8:00 Dinner, Live Music and Art
7:30 Silent Auction Ends and Live Auction Begins
8:00 - 10:00 Dance to Quenby & the West of Wayland Band.
For more information or to purchase tickets contact Andy Turner at 406-222-8926 or Tammy Haefs at 406-222-9010.
Livingston Rotary is embarking on another project to improve Mike Webb-G St Park!  As part of our 100 year celebration, we are in the early stages of planning a 20’x24’ shelter to offer a much needed shaded picnic area for park visitors. 

Our fundraising goal is $15,000 with a building completion date in late May or early June 2017.  Please help us continue to improve our City Parks by donating to this gofundme page, or see your local Rotarian to find out how you can help. 

Thanks Livingston for your support over these last 100 years, we look forward to serving our community for many years into the future!
IMMEDIATE                                                                   Contact:  Stephen E. Woodruff
                                                                                               Tel: 222-2023
The Livingston Rotary Club is pleased to announce the availability of four scholarships:
  1. There will be two $1,000.00 scholarships awarded to Park High School seniors:
    the Livingston Rotary Club Scholarship and the Ernie Sandberg Service Above Self Memorial Scholarship.
            Application deadline:   April 25, 2017.
2.         There will be one Livingston Rotary Club Shields Valley Scholarship in the sum of $500.00 awarded to a Shields Valley High School senior.
            Application deadline: April 25, 2017.
  1. There will be one Livingston Rotary Club Gardiner High School Scholarship in the sum of $500.00 awarded to a Gardiner High School senior.
            Application deadline:   April 25, 2017.
Applications are available at:
            Park High School Guidance Counselor’s office
            Shields Valley High School Guidance Counselor’s office
            Gardiner High School Guidance Counselor’s office

Livingston Rotary Club is excited to announce our second annual trivia contest. We are looking for sponsors and teams to compete in this fun event.

The contest consist of 5 nights of trivia over 8 weeks. Cash prizes will be awarded to the season winners on November 29th. Proceeds from this fundraiser help us support local children in need, local scholarships, additions to the water spray park, the bathrooms in Bolivia project and our general charitable fund.

For more information please call Andy Turner at 222-8926, Tammy Haefs at 222-9010 or Sarah Skofield at 222-1000.




July 1, 2016



Art on the Fly


A unique, Livingston approach to a “quick draw” art fundraising event


Please join Livingston Rotary for a 4th of July weekend kickoff celebration as Livingston prepares for the parade and iconic Livingston Roundup Rodeo. The event will take place directly off Main Street in the heart of Livingston’s downtown district. Support the local Rotary club’s dedication to the Livingston community by attending the first ever “Art on the Fly” fundraising event for an evening of music, food, and impromptu artistic creations. The event will start at 5:30 pm with the artists painting and silent auction simultaneously taking place. The silent auction and artists will stop painting at 7:15 with the completed art works being auctioned off at 7:30 pm. The night will continue with live music beginning at 8 pm and lasting until 10 pm. There will be a combination of local and regional artists displaying their talents with the final pieces auctioned off at the end of the night. While the artists prepare their works, you will have the opportunity to bid on silent auction items, enjoy local barbeque, listen to wonderful music, and prepare for Livingston’s most famous weekend. The funds from the event will go to several of the causes supported by Livingston Rotary including; Children-In-Need, RYLA Scholarships (Youth Leadership Training), Water Spray Park (Located on G Street), International Projects, College Scholarships, and various other events throughout the year.

Please contact Andy Turner (406.222.8926) or Tammy Haefs (406.222.9010) for ticket or sponsorship information


Livingston Rotary's current project involve plans to build a Water Spray Park at Mike Webb Park, otherwise known as "G" Street Park, in Livingston, Montana for the use and enjoyment of everyone.  The WaterSprayPark will provide delight for locals and travelers alike; for children, parents and grandparents.  The Park will be ADA and DDA compliant to ensure accessibility and fun for those individuals with special needs. The City of Livingston has provided an appropriate location in "G"StreetPark, located on the southeast side of Livingston.  This area has ample room for the WaterSprayPark and a playing field.  The completed RotaryWaterSprayPark will include the sprayground, picnic pavilion, restroom facilities, parking area, and a grass playing field.

To donate to the project you can send checks payable to the Livingston Rotary Club 1014 Foundation Fund to:

P.O. Box 66
Livingston, Montana 59047.

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