Rotary Club of Parker
Parker, Colorado
Registration is coming soon for the 2020 State of the Town business luncheon and Impact Award, hosted by the Rotary Club of Parker.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
PACE Center/Parker, Colorado
11:00 – 11:45 AM       Business Networking
Noon – 1:30 PM          Luncheon/Program
Click here for information on the Impact Award and how to nominate someone.  
Click here for information on being a sponsor.
Latest Club News
The largest crew from our club ever showed up at Project C.U.R.E. on September 24 to help sort donated medical supplies headed for the developing world.  The volunteers included Rotarians and their families, and students from our Rotary Community Corps at Rocky Vista University.  
From the left: Rotarian Mark Sanders, Chaparral High School Student of the Month Sydney Brown with her parents
We are happy to honor Sydney Brown as the Student of the Month for Chaparral High School.  Sydney is a member of three choir groups at Chaparral and is an integral part of the school’s theater program. She played a lead role as Christine Colgate in the musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels this past spring.  She has served the Chaparral community by volunteering as a writing tutor for underclassmen and serving as a member of the Link Crew. Sydney has academically lettered all four years and is a member of the National Honor Society.  She plans to attend college with a focus on music, vocals, song writing, or music therapy. Her top college choice is Belmont University in Nashville, TN.  Congratulations, Sydney!
Pictured from the left are Josh Rivero -- President of the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club, Kam Breitenbach - RCC Advisor and Eddie Biegel - RCC Club President.
Josh Rivero, President of the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club, presented a check for $2,000 to the Rotary Community Corps of Parker (RCC).  The RCC is an organization for young adults with developmental disabilities sponsored by the Rotary Club of Parker.  The members of the RCC meet monthly for dinner with a speaker; they also support the mission of Rotary by doing community service projects.   This check will make it possible for the RCC to continue to provide backpacks filled with school supplies for the Parker Task Force. 
Pictured from the left: Rotarian Jim Muir, Chris Ainsworth (father), Ponderosa High School Student of the Month Austin Ainsworth, Ponderosa High School Computer Science teacher Tom Flynn
The Rotary Club of Parker is happy to honor Austin Ainsworth as the Student of the Month for September from Ponderosa High School.  Austin helped found the engineering club at Ponderosa and has achieved academic letters in his sophomore, junior and senior years.  He is a particularly well-round student with interests in both athletics (football, volleyball and track) and art (National Art Honor Society).  Austin has served the community with a variety of volunteer activities, including summer camps and robotics camps for Douglas County Library, and the Parker Task Force.  He plans to study mechanical engineering in college.  Congratulations, Austin!
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Parker

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Joy Lutheran Church
7051 E. Parker Hills Court
Parker, CO  80138
United States of America
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Upcoming Speakers
Table Talks
Oct 17, 2019
President Gail Lehrmann
David Willman
Oct 24, 2019
Rotary Foundation
Club Executives & Directors
President - Board Officer
President Elect - Board Officer
Treasurer - Board Officer
Secretary - Board Officer
Co-Sergeant at Arms - Board Officer
Co-Sergeant at Arms - Board Officer
Club Service - Board Member
Community Service - Board Member
Fundraising - Board Member
Grants Director - Board Member
International Service - Board Member
New Generations - Board Member
Public Relations - Board Member
Vocational Services - Board Member
Past President - Board Member
Club Foundation President - Board Member
Club Foundation Treasurer - Board Member
Membership Chairperson
Program Chair
Rotary's Theme for 2019-20
Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
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