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Boulder Rotary Club #1091, District 5450
Benefiting our Community and our World
through action, integrity, service and fellowship
Meets at Noon on Friday
Boulder JCC
6007 Oreg Avenue, Boulder, CO 80303
Boulder Rotary Office 720-772-1091
Mailing Address: PO Box 17635
Boulder, CO 80308
Boulder Rotary Club Foundation (BRCF)
PO Box 743
Boulder, CO 80306
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We are the oldest and largest club in the Boulder area with about 220 members who are extremely active in all avenues of Rotary service. Our club is well known for the quality of our programs and for our friendly hospitality. We welcome all visitors!
Please contact our Club office at 720-772-1091 or if you have any questions about our meetings or membership in this active, involved and FUN club!
Marty Evans, 2017-18 President, Boulder Rotary Club
On July 14, the Resident Scholarship Committee had a wonderful reception with student recipients and their parents. The committee and BRC awards anywhere from 5-10 “resident scholarships” annually, ranging from $1,000 upwards. It’s called “Resident” scholarship because in order to qualify, the student must be attending a college or university in the state of Colorado. 

The scholarships may be used for tuition or fees for their freshman year. Students from area Boulder County high schools are encouraged to apply. Scholarship awards are based on: student’s projected ability to succeed in college, scholastic achievement, extra-curricular activities, and financial need. One-hundred percent of funds goes into the scholarships.

Thank you co-chairs Erin Ratay and Brad Wiesley, as well as committee members Janet Beardsley, Alex Cherubin, Sue Lounsbury, Rob Rutherford, and Chet Winter

Congrats to Rose Goodman, Luis Hernandez, Javier Jimenez, Isabella Martinez, Allie Reuter, Ally Roberts, and Alethea Tyler.

 Boulder Rotary Club and the Boulder Rotary Club Foundation are sponsoring their Fifth Annual Wine2Water wine-tasting fundraiser at A View of the World Gallery in Boulder on August 12, 2017 from 5 to 8 pm.  This year’s theme is “Changing Wine2Water – The Gift of Life.”


    Guests will sample extraordinary wines and food from around the globe while enjoying warm fellowship amidst a magnificent art gallery.  




However, our primary focus remains on Boulder Rotary Club’s international water and sanitation projects.  As Bill Meyer, the Club's current President reminds us:

Clean water and sanitation is a human right.  When people, especially children, have access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene, they lead healthier and more successful lives.  Rotary has issued a global challenge to its members, asking them to work collectively to improve water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities throughout the world.  To date, 21 million people have access to sanitation and hygiene thanks to Rotary projects.
Tickets can be purchased at
Do you know what county in Colorado has the lowest rate of childhood immunizations? If you said Boulder County, you are right. This sad state of affairs was highlighted for Boulder Rotary by Lila Rosenman of the Colorado Children’s Immunization Coaltion (CCIC) as part of her program “Standing Up for Children’s Immunizations.”

Boulder Rotary Club honored a number of members for exemplarly service to the Club at our annual award ceremony on July 7. Congratulations to the following Rotarians:

ROTARIAN OF THE YEAR - Merrill Glustrom
HUMANITARIAN - Pam Hyink          
RI THEME AWARD (“Rotary Serving Humanity”) - Jim Rudofsky
QUIET HERO AWARD - Dan Sher           
QUICK START - Lindsey Sachs

Four Rotarians who lead in the Rotary Peak naming project are arranging a Rotary Peak Hike on Saturday, August 5, 2017, inviting all Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, and friends to join the hike to Rotary Peak starting at 9 am from the parking area at the top of Loveland Pass the. The route traces the Continental Divide, with spectacular scenery in all directions. Distance to the summit is approximately 1.5 miles with less than 500 feet elevation gain. Hikers need to be at the trailhead 30 minutes before, or 8:30. Car-pooling is strongly recommended as there is limited parking.

Commemorative “I Climbed Rotary Peak” buttons will be given to those who complete the hike.


Public information flyers will be produced that will include a trail map, hiking safety tips and trail etiquette rules, and basic information on Rotary International and our Rotary District 5450. The Trail Stewards will be wearing special Rotary vests.

Upcoming Events
CybeRiB subscription
Diane Barbour
Jul 28, 2017
Intro into Genealogy
Don Duncan, Director Fiske Planetarium
Aug 04, 2017
The Coming Eclipse
Marty Evans
Aug 11, 2017
Journey with Marty and Company
David Rubin
Aug 18, 2017
Spice of Life
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