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Downtown Rotary Club
The Downtown Billings Rotary Club presented more than $200,000 in donations to a trio of local nonprofits on Monday.
Billings Mayor Tom Hanel painted a picture of a dynamic, bustling city for the Downtown Rotary Club Monday, but also noted that public safety concerns — and the money needed to keep the public safe — could challenge residents and city officials in the months and years to come.
First the Downtown Rotary Club voted to contribute $25,000 to renovate the kitchen at Friendship House of Christian Service.