Recent Club Events
Epic Day of Service
On May 18, 2024, Rotarians from Colorado and Wyoming united to volunteer for local service projects. Their goal was to mobilize 100,000 volunteers to take actions that would foster significant change in the world. The event saw participation from Rotarians across eight states and three countries. Since the first Rotary Day of Service two years ago, more than 14,000 volunteers have engaged in over 450 community service projects, ranging from park revitalization to building shelters for the homeless and repairing community centers.

Redd Upton played a pivotal role in organizing the Broomfield Rotary Club's involvement. Our club members collaborated with the Westminster Rotary Club and Broomfield Crossing Rotary to support the Bal Swan Children's Center in Broomfield. Their efforts included site clean-up, painting playful designs, and constructing play yard tunnels for the preschoolers.
Bal Swan Children’s Center is a preschool located in Broomfield, Colorado. Established in 1963, it serves as a nurturing and inclusive learning community for children and families.
Christine Meek and Neurobics
On Thursday, May 23; Christine Meek presented a series of neurotic exercises designed to stimulate the brain, keep us mentally sharp, prevent memory loss, and improve our mood as we age. During the session, she guided us through exercises using our non-dominant hand, as well as physical movements like rotating our right ankle in a clockwise motion and air-drawing the number 6 with our right finger. She also suggested several other activities to practice on our own:
  • Try going home using a different route than the one you took to get here.
  • When at the grocery store, explore the aisles in a different pattern.
  • Drive home with the windows rolled down.
  • Brush your teeth with your non-dominant hand.
  • Get dressed with your eyes closed.
  • Memorize a poem, Bible verse, or song lyrics.
All of this was quite entertaining as fellow Rotarians attempted to balance on one leg while rotating the other. But the most entertaining part of the evening was watching Christine’s efforts to keep Paul Derda in check.
Christine, a Medicare insurance broker, aids individuals in understanding their Medicare choices, making the process more manageable for them. With her expertise in Business Administration and Education, she provides information to assist people in making informed decisions about Medicare.


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Upcoming Events
Kick off Summer Reading
Broomfield Library
May 31, 2024
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Rotary works for FISH
Jun. 05, 2024
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
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