Rotary District 5580

   Rotary Club of Williston

 
 

Rotary/Lions Pavilion Project in Davidson Park

We are putting new roofs on the two smaller pavilions. When they are complete all three pavilions will have matching roofs. We would like to say thank you to all of those who volunteered and supported this project!
 
 
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The Williston Rotary Club will award six $500 scholarships to graduating Seniors in Williams County. To apply, please complete the requirements of the application and return by Monday, April 1, 2019. 
From left to right:  Mark Schneider (President), Blaine Johnson (District Governor), and Tom Rolfstad (Past President & Rotarion)
 
Our new District Governor, Blaine Johnson visited our Club September 17th. He described himself as being "Not Typical". He is one of the youngest District Governors that we have ever had. He said that Rotary is about making connections and giving back to your community. He provided a lot of great feedback and ideas for our club to consider going forward. 
 
Terry Olson, Williston Rotarion, introducing the 2018 Miss North Dakota, his daughter Katie Olson.
 
It has been tradition for many years now to have the incoming Miss North Dakota attend our weekly Rotary meeting and present her with an honorary membership to our club. This was her first public speech after Miss North Dakota Pageant. Katie Olson is from Williston, ND and is attending NDSU to study elementary education. Her platform is "The Motivation Mindset: Positivity at Every Turn."
 
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We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Saga's
18 2nd St E
Williston, ND  58801
United States of America
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