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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

Just Say Yes!”  Our region’s biggest annual demonstration of community caring just occurred Friday, Sept 8. Boulder Rotary members participated in Foothills United Way’s Day of Caring, which deployed 1,100 hard-working volunteers to 64 community work sites all across Boulder and Broomfield counties.  The volunteers delivered over $114,000 worth of free labor to community organizations and nonprofits from Longmont to Nederland and every place in between! 


All of us have watched the images of the victims of hurricane Harvey and were moved by the responses of neighbors helping neighbors and perfect strangers showing up to do their part in helping others, saving animals, and giving money at this time of need. We can be proud to be Americans. As Rotarians we all want to help, and one of the best ways is to give from Rotary to Rotary because 100% of the money will be used for the benefit of those who are suffering. Also we know that our fellow Rotarians will use those funds wisely in areas of greatest need. Not only will contributions be used in the initial emergency phase of this disaster, but also in the months the months to come during the recovery phase from this natural disaster.


Rotary has established the Gulf Coast Disaster Relief Donor Advised Fund. All donations will be overseen and directed by a committee of Rotarians. You can contribute individually or via your club by check, credit card or wire transfer – click here to view instructions: An information sheet regarding this established fund is attached.


District 5450 has also produced a video about the lives touched by Hurricane Harvey. You can view the video via this link:


WICKED GOOD is a FUN filled evening! You don’t need to wear a costume. Just come and enjoy dinner and a magic act. Socialize with your friends. Invite your family. Enjoy the party!
The youth exchange committee is searching for host families for Paul from France. Paul attends New Vista High School. In addition, the Boulder Valley Club is looking for hosts for their female student from Taiwan who also attends New Vista. Please contact Chad Stamm or Nancy Stocker for details if you would like to host or know someone who might want to host.
To advance awareness for Boulder Rotary Club general meetings and social events beyond our own member base, we recently launched a new Meet Up page to attract new, likeminded members. The Meet Up will focus on promotion of general club meetings, and our social events that are open to the public. Please search "Boulder Rotary Club - Action, Integrity, Service and Fellowship" join and share with your friends today! You can also access the direct link here.
Upcoming Events
CybeRiB subscription
Dr. Cindy Stevenson
Sep 29, 2017
Update from BVSD
Zachary Cartaya and Amy Over
Oct 06, 2017
Surviving Columbine and Helping Others to do the Same
Brandon Johnson
Oct 13, 2017
Bridges to Prosperity
Marikee Meertens
Oct 20, 2017
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