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On Saturday, March 11th, the St. Baldrick’s charity event was held at The Exchange Tavern in Westminster. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation exists to fund childhood cancer research. The event was a fundraising head-shaving event. Retired Chief John O’Hayre, of the Broomfield Rotary club, was a member of the North Metro Fire District team. John personally raised $2,700 and the firefighter team raised $10,000! The event was well attended and was standing room only. Over $21,000 was raised this year at this one location.

The Broomfield Rotary thanks John O’Hayre for working so hard to raise the amount he and his team did and for giving up their hair for such a noble charity.

St Baldricks 2017

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ryla_main_imageRYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) is a life-changing leadership training program for young men and women where leadership skills and principles are learned, developed and enhanced in an atmosphere of trust and respect. The purpose of RYLA is to encourage and assist current and potential youth leaders in methods of responsible and effective leadership. Many past RYLArians have said, “It was the best week of my life!”

We are now accepting applications!

Click here for more information!

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The Annual Broomfield Rotary Frank Varra Memorial Police & Fire Golf Tournament raises funds to help provide for the families of police officers and fire fighters who are injured or lost in the line of duty.


Tuesday, May 30th, 2017
Registrations Starts at 8:00am
Shotgun Start at 9:30am


Omni Interlocken Hotel
500 Interlocken Boulevard
Broomfield, CO 80021


$150.00 Individual Registration
20% Discount for Police Officers, Firefighters, and Veterans ($120.00)

Fee Includes

  • Green Fees
  • Contest Opportunities
  • Cart Rental
  • Practice Balls
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Goodie Bag
  • On Course Refreshments (Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks, & Coffee)
  • Door Prizes
  • Knowing that YOU are helping those who help YOU 24/7 in a time of need.

Click here for more information, to REGISTER, and to become a SPONSOR

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On February 23, 2017, Broomfield Rotary had the honor of hosting Lt. Col Mike Daniels from the Civil Air Patrol as well as C/1st Lieutenant Gage Salyer who is a student at Broomfield High School and a member of the Broomfield Composite Squadron.

To learn more about the Civil Air Patrol, please click here to download and view the presentation!

The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is celebrating its 75th anniversary! It was created the week before the Pearl Harbor attack to provide border and coastal patrols, and military training. CAP is the official US Air Force Auxiliary.

The CAP mission is Search and Rescue, Disaster Relief, Homeland Security, Counter Drug, Humanitarian Services, and Air Force student ROTC Flights. It serves the local community, our State and the Nation as well as coordinating with other countries. CAP aircraft were the first in the air over New York City after 9/11. The CAP has 52 wings—in every State and territory.

The CAP has a very important function with their student Cadet programs, to provide leadership skills, aerospace education, physical fitness, and character development. There are several levels of Cadet squadrons, based on the age of the cadets. Every June the cadets may attend the COWG summer encampment at the US Air Force Academy. There, they have the opportunity to take orientation flights.

They fly small single engine aircraft painted in red, white and blue. The Colorado Wing has 34 squadrons and are over 1700 members. They support many community activities and disaster assistance. Their missions save the government a great deal of money, by accomplishing their mission in place of costly main-line military aircraft.

Guests: Cadet

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Broomfield Interact ClubOn 2/16/17, the Broomfield Rotary Club welcomed the creation of the Broomfield High School Interact Club. Interact is a Rotary International program for students between the ages of 12 and 18. Students learn the value of service above self and design and conduct various community service projects in Broomfield. Pictured are Carissa Flores, Club President (on the left), and Riley Judd, Publicity Officer (on the right). The new Broomfield High School Interact Club has 20 members and they are very excited to give back to our community.

Congratulations on the formation of your club!!

Click here to learn more about Interact Club

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Frank Shorter RACE4Kids' Health Event

Rotary Volunteers needed for the: Frank Shorter RACE4Kids’ Health Event
Date: Sunday, April 9th (am only)
Where: Broomfield First Bank Event Center

To Volunteer, Please Contact: Rotarian Larry Haas (303-457-6806,

Event information can be reviewed at:

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On Monday, February 13, members of Broomfield Rotary’s Evening Club delivered flowers to several of the Broomfield area assisted-living facilities. After a large donation of flowers by the Colorado Home and Garden show, almost 800 flowers and plants were hand delivered to residents of Maryell Manor, Silvercrest, the Salvation Army, and the Broomfield Senior Center. After seeing the delightful smiles on the faces of the seniors who were there to pick out their favorite flowers, there was no doubt it was the best way to spend the day before Valentine’s Day!


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It’s that time again! Time to collect flowering plants at the conclusion of the Colorado Garden & Home Show at the Colorado Convention Center on Sunday, February 12th and distribute them the next morning, Monday, February 13th.

Colorado Garden & Home Show Interesting in signing up to help collect the flowers?
On Sunday, February 12th you will be admitted FREE, along with your family and friends, to the Garden & Home Show where you can spend the afternoon enjoying the show. Then, at about 6:00 pm we’ll all be called together and given instructions on how to collect and box the flowering plants that are suitable for distribution the next morning. If you’d like to car-pool to the show we’ll talk about it the Club meeting just before the event. It is a good idea to bring a pair of gloves if you don’t want to get your hands dirty.

Interesting in signing up to help with distributing the flowers?
Monday February 13th, we will meet at McDonald’s at 1250 East 1st Avenue, Broomfield (near 120th and Sheridan) at 8:15 to distribute the plants to Maryel Manor, Salvation Army’s Silver Crest, Broomfield Skilled Nursing Center, the Broomfield Senior Center and Meals-on-Wheels. It will take less than 2 hours to distribute the flowers. Remember, each flowering plant delivered brings a big smile to the face of the recipient! And those smiles are wonderful!!!

Please email Gerry to let him know if you would like to help!

Flower Power Order Sheet – 2017
Rotary Club of Broomfield
Boxing: Feb. 12th, 2017
Delivery: Feb. 13th, 2017

8:15 am
Mariel Manor – Jamie = New Manager (12555 Sheridan Blvd.) – Main # (303) 469-6655 Property Manager: Hudson Grove Ppty Mgmt Co = Ruth (303) 431-1392
6 Bx + 2 plants = 50 plants Call main number if problem getting in.

8:45 am
Broomfield Skilled Nursing Facility – Elaine, Volunteer Resources Coord. (12975 Sheridan Blvd.) (303) 785-5817
6 Bx = 48 plants (down from 8 bx = 62 plants last year – They want to sort through and plant some so I put them in contact with the Broomfield Garden Club for help in 2016.

9:00 am
Silver Crest (Salvation Army) – Shari Wolf –New Manager will be there. Ask for JoAnn or Shari. – JoAnn is Asst. Mgr (1110 W 10th Ave) – 303 464-1994
6 Bx = 50 plants or more

9:30 am
Broomfield Senior Center and Meals on Wheels – Sr. Ctr. –Erica Hamilton –Mgr (303) 464-5528 13 Bx – 4 plants = 100 plants (Deliver Flowers to Lobby and put on Tables).

Total: 2017: 248 plants (31 Boxes)

Note if you need additional plants for one of the stops take them out of the plants that we have ordered for the Broomfield Senior Center (they won’t miss them). Likewise, if we aren’t allocated enough plants take the shortfall out of the plants for the Senior Center.

Questions? – Call Gerry Case at (303) 618-0104 or John O’Hayre at (303) 210-4096

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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.