Welcome to the Rotary Club of Castle Rock

We are a local community service organization who believe in Service Above Self.

 Visitors are always welcome to join us during our weekly Wednesday meetings from 7:15 - 8:30 AM at:  

Village Inn
207 E. Wolfensberger Rd.
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Map to our meeting location

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Welcome!

The Rotary Club of Parker, Colorado is a volunteer service organization whose members donate their time and resources to help others in the community and throughout the world.  We meet Thursday mornings from 6:45 - 8:15 a.m. for a breakfast meeting. Come join us for our for great fellowship and programs while learning more about this fantastic organization.  Please note, there is no morning meeting on the 4th Thursday of the month when we have an evening social gathering.  Guests are always welcome!

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Welcome!

The Rotary Club of Parker, Colorado is a volunteer service organization whose members donate their time and resources to help others in the community and throughout the world.  We meet Thursday mornings from 6:45 - 8:15 a.m. for a breakfast meeting. Come join us for our for great fellowship and programs while learning more about this fantastic organization.  Please note, there is no morning meeting on the 4th Thursday of the month when we have an evening social gathering.  Guests are always welcome!

- See more at: http://www.parkerrotary.org/#sthash.iBH7pZQG.dpuf
 
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Cara Wilson-Granat
Feb 21, 2018
Author of "Strength from Tragedy" about her letters with Otto Frank, father of Anne Frank
Winston Pendleton
Feb 28, 2018
Astronomy with a Dash of Orbital Mechanics
 
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Home Page Stories
Rotarians, Colorado Horsepower staff, volunteers and participants gathered recently at the Horsepower facility at Coyote Creek Ranch for the presentation of a $3,000 check from the Rotary Club of Castle Rock's Foundation.
Rachel Bliss visited the Rotary Club of Castle Rock to explain her nonprofit, Be About Bliss, which provides meals to students in a school in Aurora. Bliss said students that are on the free or reduced lunch program at the school are given meal kits so that they will have food during the holiday break. The Rotary Club of Castle Rock Foundation recently gave the nonprofit $2,000. That money was raised by the club at the Rotary Ducky Derby in June. The club meets 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome.

Yahna Layton accepts a Student of the Month Certificate from Rotary Club President Rick Nelson, left. Castle View High School Assistant Principal Ryan Hollingshead introduced Layton to the club.

Ron Zuroff was presented a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock by president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome. 
Tom Miller has received a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from the Rotary Club of Castle Rock. It was presented to him by club president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome. 
Wes Schuneman has received a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock. It was presented by president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome.
Jay Jacobson receives a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome. 
Darrell Gubbels receives a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome.
Joan Sjostrom receives a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome. 
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Janiece Murphy receives her blue badge from Fred Slick at Wednesday's Rotary Club of Castle Rock meeting. The blue badge signifies Murphy, a new member, has completed several tasks to improve her knowledge of the club. The club meets Wednesday's at 7 a.m. at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome.
Al Wonstolen receives a Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock president Rick Nelson. The pin signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation that is used to support health, education and welfare projects around the world and locally. The club meets Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome. 
Sharon Sjostrom receives a Paul Harris Fellowship membership folder and pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rock President Rick Nelson. The designation signifies a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation. The club meets Wednesdays at 7 a.m. at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. Visitors are always welcome. 
 
During our weekly meeting, Executive Director Dan Marlow from Douglas/Elbert Task Force is awarded a $3,000.00 donation from Castle Rock Rotary Club Foundation President Wes Schuneman and Rotary Club President Rick Nelson. The Douglas/Elbert Task Force is a local non profit organization in Douglas County who provides assistance to homeless and individuals at risk of homelessness. The Douglas/Elbert Task Force is dependent on donations and volunteers to operate their facilities, which include a thrift store, food banks, and client services.    
 
Club President presents a Rotary Student of the Month certificate to Katherine Walden. Also present were Katherine’s mother Christine, father Charles, sister Leigh and Castle High School Principal Rex Corr.