The Manton Rotary understands the importance of reading. To help celebrate March is Reading Month, the Rotary purchased a new book for every kindergartner at Manton Schools. Rotary members Len Morrow, Rich Harmon, Diane Siddall and Jim Sherburne came to the school to read "Splat the Cat, I Scream for Ice Cream", "Moosetache", "Pugs in a Bug", and "Sophie Johnson, Unicorn Expert" to the students.
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Posted by Julie Harmon on Aug 22, 2016
The Manton Rotary Club meets every Wednesday evening at 5:45 p.m. at the Northside restaurant.
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Congratulations to Rotarian Paul Sawin for receiving the Paul Harris Fellowship Award! The 6290 District Governor Gernot Runschke presented the award to Paul at the August 17, 2016 meeting.



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When Manton Rotary was asked if they could assist in helping fund the cost of providing water and sewer to the new Manton Schools Wellness Center the Club eagerly jumped on board by pledging $1,000 towards this worthwhile venture. The Club then approached the Cadillac Rotary Club and Mercy Hospital for support and each donated $1,000.  To keep the ball rolling toward the clinic's $5,000 goal, Assistant Rotarian Governor Linda Kimbel doubled the Manton and Cadillac Rotary donations by writing and submitting a matching funds grant to Rotary International. When all was said and done, the clinic raised the $5,000 needed to complete this necessary project. 

Manton Rotary Helps Fund School Wellness Center Water Project Brenda Irish 2012-02-14 00:00:00Z 0
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The Manton Rotary would like to welcome our new member Josh Perrault

We look forward to serving our community with you!



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Manton Rotary Club collected over 2400 stuffed animals for Project Christmas.

A huge thank you to Manton Schools, Mesick Schools, Oasis, Love Inc, The Barn Social and all the individuals that donated to this worthy cause.

The Rotary gave out over 1500 stuffed animals at Project Christmas, and 150 stuffed animals to the Salvation Army for their Toys for Tots campaign.

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