Dalrymple speaks at Rotary ClubPresident Quincy Backen welcomed everyone to the Oct. 9 Rotary Club meeting. Warren Tobin opened the meeting with the invocation. Carrie Orn and Gina Dahl lead the group in song. Rick Pfeiffer collected “Happy Dollars” for the upcoming Rotary Club events.
President Quincy Backen welcomed everyone to the Oct. 9 Rotary Club meeting. Warren Tobin opened the meeting with the invocation. Carrie Orn and Gina Dahl lead the group in song. Rick Pfeiffer collected “Happy Dollars” for the upcoming Rotary Club events.
Guests were Alexis Grabinger and Ashtyn Stein, who are senior Honor Society members at Jamestown High School. The Caravanserai group also attended the meeting. Taylor Barnes spoke about the group from Morocco and the events that already had been held in the community as well as the upcoming events last week. She encouraged the group to attend the presentation held Thursday at the high school.
Jamestown is one of four sites in the U.S. that the group from Morocco is visiting.
The rose sale concluded last week. Roses were picked up at Don’s House of Flowers and at the store in the Buffalo Mall. There was also discussion on getting the Christmas lights ready for the installation on the trees on Mill Hill in the very near future in an attempt to beat the cold and snow.
He said this is the largest private sector investment that this state has seen. The $1.3 billion investment into Jamestown and the surrounding community will have lasting effects to this region for years to come.
Discussion was also made regarding the energy impact as well as the stability of the agricultural community.
Dalrymple mentioned that the diversification of the North Dakota economy is what is going to carry the state forward well into the future. He took questions about potash production, college affordability as well as veterans housing in the western communities.
This week Austin Martin has the program, Jason Bitz the invocation, Larry Hoffman has songs and the sergeant-at-arms is Doug Panchot.