New bridge to Camp Rotary opens on Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest
By Moosetrack Megan

Posted: September 30, 2020

Monarch, Mont., September 29, 2020 – A new bridge to Camp Rotary, located 4 miles south of Monarch on U.S. Highway 89, is now open for public use.

Serving 1,000 children annually, Camp Rotary provides a setting for youth-centered camps and non-profit organizations. Parents who bring their children to the camp today often speak of their own Camp Rotary experiences during their youth.

The new bridge is expected to provide access for another century. Many organizations and individuals contributed to the costs of the new bridge, including: Treacy Foundation, Rotary Foundation, Northwestern Energy, Steel Etc., Owen Robinson, Charlie Mears and Molen.

You are invited to help us celebrate the bridge upgrade on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 2 p.m. at Camp Rotary.  Event may be outside, weather permitting.  COVID guidelines will be followed at the event. Please bring your masks. Light refreshments will be provided by the Rotary Club of Great Falls. Registration is limited.  Contact Camp Rotary Reservation Coordinator, Lacey Gallagher,, if you plan to attend.

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