On January 12, 2017, Executive Director, Karen Stuart and Will Drier, Program Manager from Smart Commute Metro North, presented at our weekly Broomfield Rotary Club meeting.
If you were unable to attend, or would like to view the presentation again, please click here to download the presentation.
On Saturday, December 10th, 2016 Broomfield Rotary club members distributed 37 bikes and 3 tricycles to kids from Broomfield and Adams Counties at the annual CASA Holiday Party. The Party was held at the Ranch country Club in Westminster from 10 to noon. CASA provided the tricycles for the youngest of the kids. Good Samaritan Hospital / Exempla provided a trauma nurse and fitted helmets for all the bike recipients.
Broomfield Rotary Club members repaired and cleaned bikes during the previous month in preparation for this event. Broomfield Rotary members prepared over 50 bikes for the event!! We have 30 plus bikes left in the storage facility that will be given away to children in the Broomfield community in the future.
CASA, Good Samaritan Hospital / Exempla and Broomfield Rotary Club worked together to make this holiday season a little brighter for 40 children who were seeking bicycles / tricycles and now have one to call their own.
CASA has requested about 35 bikes for kids for their Christmas Party this year. I am asking that club members sign up for this weekend work sessions to work on bikes. I have scheduled 10 to noon this Saturday to clean and repair bikes. Also the same time Sunday if needed.
We have previously prepared some of the bikes but with additional requests received today we need to do some more work.
The bikes are in Bob Davis’s garage at 14531 Yosemite St, Brighton. I will be attending this weeks meeting with sign up sheets for the work sessions. You can sign up at the meeting or reply to me by email.
The CASA Christmas party is Dec 10 in the morning and we will need workers to haul, set up, and distribute the bikes at that time too. Should be a roughly 9 AM to 12 PM schedule.
See you at the meeting or reply.
Join thousands of Rotarians at the Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 10-14 June 2017. The celebration of The Rotary Foundation’s 100th Anniversary promises to be an unforgettable experience. Register before 15 December for extra savings!
- Are you wondering where to stay? A number of excellent hotels are offering special convention rates, and many are within walking distance or a short bus or subway ride away. Learn more and book now.
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- The Atlanta convention’s Host Organization Committee is planning outstanding events for all attendees. Visit the HOC site to learn about the many events, tours, and activities available.
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Presidential Peace Conference
The Presidential Peace Conference will take place 9-10 June at the Georgia World Congress Center. We’ll celebrate our successes, continue to address the underlying causes of conflict, and look ahead to future opportunities to build peace. This special event is open to the public and all preconvention and convention attendees, including Rotary members, Rotary Peace Fellows, program alumni, young leaders, and friends of Rotary.
Volunteer at the interfaith service
We are now accepting requests to read at the interfaith service in Atlanta on Sunday, 11 June. Only registered convention attendees can volunteer, and we ask that participants read or speak in English, to reach the largest audience.
Broomfield Rotary Club gives 256 flowering plants to Broomfield Seniors as part of Rotary’s Flower Power program.
At the conclusion of the Colorado Garden and Home show on Sunday many Denver area Rotary Clubs came together and with the help of several Boy Scout Troops, gathered all of the flowering plants that were in good shape. The purpose of this effort was to place these flowers in the hands of seniors throughout the greater Denver area. This year 6250 flowers were gathered and distributed 2 days after Valentine’s Day…creating 6250 huge, happy smiles.
In Broomfield, the Rotary Club distributed 256 plants to the residents of Maryel Manor, Salvation Army’s Silver Crest, the Broomfield Skilled Nursing Facility, the Broomfield Senior Center, and Meals-on-Wheels.
For additional information, contact Gerry Case, Rotarian, at (303) 618-0104.
Broomfield Rotary Presents “Music in the Park” on June 13 from 6-9 pm at the Broomfield Commons Park.
The Community is invited and is free to attend. Live Music is provided by the “Radio Waves Band”. Food and drink will be available for purchase. There will be numerous activities for the kids including face painting, Bouncy Castle, the North Metro Fire Truck and Ambulance.