Townsend Rotary Fall Fest is a non smoking event!!
No pets are allowed at the Fall Fest
(Townsend October 14) The Rotary Club of Townsend would like to thank the community for its tremendous support of this year’s Fall Fest. Rotary cannot pull off this event without our generous sponsors and volunteers. And thanks to the neighbors who have to put up with the noise and traffic from the event. Rotary appreciates your patience and understanding.
Final bills are not in yet but it looks like Rotary will have an average budget again next year for our many community projects. If you have any projects for the coming year please contact Rotary as the Board of Directors approve the budget by January 1, 2020 for the next fiscal year (July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021.
If you didn’t sponsor Fall Fest this year, please contact Rotary as we are already talking to our sponsors about next year. If you didn’t volunteer to help with set up, cooking and serving food and beverages, or take down please contact Rotary –we need your help!
And if you want to join Rotary or the Rotary Community Corps please talk to any Rotarian. Any questions, please call Patrick Plantenberg @ 406-431-4615.
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Townsend Fall Fest is pleased to announce we have received a $15,000 grant from the Montana Department of Tourism and Business Development.
On Wednesday May 22 we received notification that Townsend Fall Fest had been awarded the $15,000 grant. The award consists of $10,000 for advertising (print, television, radio and social media campaign) and $5000 for providing amenities for Fall Fest attendees.
Michelle Cushman, Tourism Grant Program Manager, stated “Partnerships such as this are key to strengthening Montana’s tourism and recreation industry. Events supported through the Tourism Grant Program attract visitors, enhance attendance and increase economic revenues for your community.”