Here is a note we received recently from Rick Clark, Secretary at the Rotary Club of Littleton
Many, many thanks to you and all the members at Broomfield Rotary! We received the generous $550.00 check from your foundation last week and our Littleton Rotary Foundation has deposited into the Rotary Peak funding account they set up.
Our efforts as Trail Stewards at the trail head on Loveland Pass are a total success. We are thanked repeatedly by visitors for the information we provide and the fact that there is someone up there to answer questions. Cyclists are especially grateful that we offer to have them top off their water bottles from our 5gal ice water cooler. In addition to the public service trail map we provide those interested in hiking on the west side of the pass, we give a commemorative “I Climbed Rotary Peak” button pin to those that complete the hike to the summit. Everyone has been so appreciative and happy to learn more about Rotary.
We are encouraging any Rotarians who have 2 to 4 hours to spare to spend time at the trail head as a Rotary Trail Steward. All they need do is contact me or Jim Brook, and we’ll gladly provide them with all the information and materials necessary. It’s easy and rewarding way to greet the public, be helpful, and tell more of the Rotary Story to those who often have no idea what Rotary is.
Please share this email with any in your club that may want become involved. I’ll do my best to accompany any of your members who want to serve up there and help them get comfortable in this easy and fun activity. The very best times are first thing in the morning, but any time will work as does any day of the week.
Thanks again, Tom. Best to you all,