Event Types

"Stop the Bleed"

As shootings and other mass casualty incidents are on the rise, a new movement is gaining momentum to counteract the devastating effects of these events. Instead of running away, Americans are responding to a call to act, to become equipped to respond and save life and limb from further injury or loss. Thousands of people are enrolling in courses to learn the basics– very simple ways they can “Stop the Bleed,” and save lives and limbs.

The Stop the Bleed campaign was launched by the White House in 2015 and represents the joint efforts of the American College of Surgeons, FEMA and the US Department of Homeland Security to equip bystanders to become immediate responders. Hospitals, schools, and EMS around the country have joined the call to provide training on bleeding control to first responders and lay people, and to place bleeding control kits in public places, much as AEDs are commonly found.

Apr 11, 2018

The Crisis Center

Apr 18, 2018

Helping families of children at Children's Hospital

Apr 25, 2018

Castle Rock Police Department Victims' Assistance

May 02, 2018

Colorado 811

Jun 20, 2018

Silence Hurts Foundation

Plus, we will hear from Maya Baltz, who is an outbound Rotary Youth Exchange Student for the upcoming school year.

Jul 11, 2018

An introduction to sustainable and responsible investing.

Jul 18, 2018

Rotary District 5450

We will also have a check presentation to Caruso Family Charities.

Jul 25, 2018

Responsible Energy Development in Colorado

The Rocly Mountain Oil & Gas Coalition is bringing together a coalition of leaders in a public/private partnership to explore all aspects of energy sources. These forward-thinking business professionals want to create jobs, put Colorado on the map as a technology hub, and provide an energy road map for the next generation.

Aug 01, 2018

Center for Improving Value in Health Care

Who is CIVHC?

Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC) is an objective, not-for-profit organization. Through services, health data, and analytics, we partner with Change Agents to drive towards the Triple Aim for all Coloradans. We believe that together we can alter the trajectory of health care and we are privileged to serve those striving toward a better health system for us all.

Our Mission and Vision

We strive to empower individuals, communities, and organizations through collaborative support services and health care information to advance the Triple Aim of better health, better care, and lower costs.


Aug 08, 2018

Douglas County Search & Rescue Team

Douglas County Search and Rescue Team, Inc. (DCSAR) is a non-profit, all volunteer team dedicated to providing search, rescue, emergency response, and outdoor safety education to the citizens of Douglas County, Colorado. The team also responds to requests for assistance from other search and rescue (SAR) teams in Colorado and around the United States.


Aug 15, 2018

Araphahoe Community College Foundation and the new Castle Rock Collaboration Campus

Courtney Loehfelm (ACC Foundation Exec Director) & Dr. Diana Doyle (ACC President) will be speaking at our club about the ACC Foundation in general, as well as the opportunities that exist for Rotary Club of Castle Rock to participate in scholarships at the new Castle Rock Collaboration Campus. 

Aug 22, 2018

Join us at Mama Lisa's for food and fellowship

556 Village Square Ln, Castle Pines, CO 80108

Aug 29, 2018