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Whitefish

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We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Moose Lodge 642
230 10th Street
Whitefish, MT  59937
United States
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Whitefish School District Curriculum Director, Ryder Delaloye, shared details about a collaborative partnership between Whitefish Public Schools and the Whitefish Public Library to prepare parents with skills to help their children with early literacy skills at home.
Adam Hammett, the new Whitefish City Manager, came to Whitefish Rotary and shared updates on happenings for the City of Whitefish.
Rotarian Joel Pemberton shared a PPT and details about current programs the Whitefish Rotary Club is involved with, showing great support for the Whitefish community.
 
 
Rotarians Kent Morrison and Mark Kuhr shared wonderful stories and the great work of Special Olympics Montana. Our Whitefish Special Olympians were guests of Rotary and received awards and well deserved recognition from Whitefish Rotary Club.
Muldown Elementary Principal, Linda Whitright, hosted Rotarians at Whitefish High School for a luncheon prepared by WHS ProStart/Restaurant Management students so she could share information about the upcoming bond request for Muldown Elementary School. Following the luncheon, Rotarians were taken on tours of Muldown by fourth grade ambassadors who shared details about the challenges facing the aging Muldown Elementary School.
Maria Frampton shared details of her trip to Italy with Rotary Club members.
Drs. Andy and Kailey Armor of Big Mountain Chiropractic shared details about the importance of health and wellness, neurologically based chiropractic care and care of the nervous system.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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