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.  This week we will be meeting at:  

New Hope Presbyterian Church
3737 New Hope Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109

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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Makayla Boekes is the Rotary Club of Castle Rock’s Student of the Month for February.
 
Boekes is a senior at Castle View High School and ranks 19th in her graduating class with a grade point average of 4.15.  She is active in the community and school. Her community activities include such things as being a youth coach in summer camps, going on service trips to Peru, Seattle, Puerto Rico and New Orleans, and working many events at the high school and a local elementary school.  At CVHS she is active in the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Spanish medical and service clubs, Student Athletic Leadership Team, varsity track and field, basketball and Event Coordinator for Faith Lutheran Youth.  She earned athletic letters all four years of high school and was first team all-state in 2018. She also has been a team captain three different years.  Boekes has taken six Advanced Placement classes and has earned 16 college credit hours in the school’s concurrent enrollment program.
 
Assistant Superintendent Ryan Hollingshead introduced Boekes to the club. He said her teachers call her a “rock star” in math class who helps others when they are in need. Her Spanish teacher said Boekes submits only the highest quality work and challenges herself to do better and improve her skills.
Hollingshead said Boekes’ volunteer work included things such as preparing land for a garden and making adobe bricks from mud and straw. He said she strives to be a global leader and make a positive impact on the world.
 
Boekes told the club she wants to pursue a medical career but is not sure on which field she will focus. She said she hopes to attend Baylor University.
 
Student of the Month for February Makayla Boekes, her mother Margaret, CVHS Assistant Principal Ryan Hollingshead and Rotary Club President Wes Schuneman.
Emma Stenzel is the January Student of the Month. Emma, senior at Castle View Highschool, is ranked ninth in her graduating class with a 4.19 gpa. She has taken eight AP classes and her teachers call her a well rounded student who works hard and doesn’t sit around. She has completed high levels of Spanish classes and works in restaurants to practice her language skills. She is a member of the Honor Society and the Medical Club. She hopes to attend UCCS and get a degree in psychiatric nursing. Presenting her to the club was CVHS Assistant Principal Ryan Hollingshead. Also in the photo is Wes Schuneman, president of the club and Emma’s parents Kent and Dawn.
 
Aiden Ingenthron accepts a Student of the Month award from the Rotary Club of Castle Rock. With him are Wes Schuneman, president of the club, left, his father Jason, mother Autumn, and Castle View High School Principal Rex Corr.
Mattysen Short accepts a Student of the Month plaque from club President Wes Shunneman, right. Also at the presentation was Castle View High School Assistant Principal Ryan Hollingshead, left.
Joining the Castle Rock Rotary Club for a breakfast meeting is a great way to keep current on the Castle Rock community by networking with community leaders and listening to featured speakers from organizations in the area.  Brian Buck and Ivan Tomic from The Castle Rock Parks and Trails Foundation were the featured speakers at the August 14, 2019 meeting.  The Castle Rock Parks and Trails Foundation strives to maximize the recreational experiences of our community and has some exciting plans for this year, including preparations to open a new 1.5 section of trail at Gateway Mesa and supporting the fitness equipment being installed at the base of the Challenge Hill at Philip S Miller Park.
Brian Buck, President of the Castle Rock Parks and Trails Foundation with Board Member Ivan Tomic and Rotary Club President Wes Schuneman.
 
  • Join us for breakfast at 7 am on Wednesdays at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock.  The public is always welcome
Devin Kirkpatrick, Events Coordinator, and Margie Munoz, General Manager, of the Castle Rock Outlet Mall with Castle Rock Rotary President Wes Schuneman.  Margie and Devin were featured speakers on August 7, 2019.
The club meets at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. The public is always welcome.
John Wright accepts a Rotary Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rotary President Elaine Love. The pin recognizes a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation which is used to promote health, education and welfare at home and around the world. The club meets at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. The public is always welcome.
 
Craig Kinnunen accepts a Rotary Paul Harris Fellowship pin from Rotary Club of Castle Rotary President Elaine Love. The pin recognizes a certain level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation which is used to promote health, education and welfare at home and around the world. The club meets at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Village Inn restaurant in Castle Rock. The public is always welcome.