Meets Thursdays at 7:15 am
Cherry Hills Country Club
4125 S University Blvd
Cherry Hills Village CO 80113


Oct 22, 2014
Oct 23, 2014
Kyle Miller and Cody Wertz
Reliable Electric Grid
Oct 30, 2014
Nicolle Davies, Executive Director
Arapahoe Library District
Nov 06, 2014
Colleen Stanley
Emotional Intelligence: How it can benefit business, fundraising, volunteer efforts
Nov 12, 2014
Mark McIntosh (evenings club)
"A Stronger Cord"
Nov 20, 2014
Nov 27, 2014
DARK - for Thanksgiving Holiday
Attitude of Gratitude
Dec 04, 2014
Bill Morris, CEO
Blue Star Recyclers
Dec 11, 2014
Ben Waters
Lobbying 101
Dec 18, 2014
Holiday Cheer!
Dec 25, 2014
Club is Dark
Christmas Day - Happy Holidays!!
Jan 01, 2015
Club is Dark
Happy New Year!!
Jan 08, 2015
Club is Dark
Cherry Hills Country Club is Closed
Jan 15, 2015
HOLD: Thomas Tudor
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Jan 22, 2015
Club is Dark
State of the State 23 January
Jan 29, 2015
Bill Mahoney
A Navy Seal's Experience
Feb 05, 2015
Patrice Barber
Digital Marketing and Social Media
Feb 12, 2015
Lyrysa Smith
A Normal Life: A Sister's Odyssey Through Brain Injury
Feb 19, 2015
Feb 19, 2015

Club Executives & Directors

President Elect
Public Relations
Community Service
Vocational Service
International Service
Foundation President
Club Administration
Assistant Secretary

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Susan Morrice was inducted on September 25. She is the Chairperson of Belize Natural Energy, a company she founded, which operates two oil wells in Belize. She received a degree in Natural Science and Geology at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. She has two children and a grandchild and lives in Greenwood Village.

Larry Bass has joined Denver SE. Larry is an attorney who attended law school at Southern Cal and practiced law for nearly 40 years with a concentration in insolvency and debtor-creditor relations. He has been in Denver since 1999 and worked at some of Denver's largest law firms. Now retired from active practice, he has a business and bankruptcy mediation service. He lives in Denver and has been married for 42 years and has two grown children and two grandchildren.

David von Gunten was officially welcomed as a club member. He is an attorney at von Gunten law, concentrating on creditor representation and commercial litigation. He attended CU law school. He is a third generation Coloradan. He loves sports, including tennis, water basketball and golf. He and his wife Lisa are empty nesters living in Denver.


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Debra Fine appeared on Comcast Newsmakers describing the service of Rotary.

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Do you have a succinct explanation of Rotary when someone asks you- what some would call an "elevator speech"? Here is a possible response, authored by Jim Creamer:

Rotary is an international organization dedicated to the service of mankind. Denver Southeast Rotary Club is an active organization of men and women providing domestic and international assistance to others far and wide. And we have fun doing it with fellowship for our members and with a sense of ethics as outlined in the Four Way Test.

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Evenings Club

DSE has a satellite Evenings Club, targeted primarily at younger professionals. It meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 6:30 pm at Kaos Pizzeria, located at 1439 South Pearl Street, Denver, CO 80210.   See Speakers for upcoming topics.

Upcoming Events



Creating works of art helps refugee children repair their lives
When asked to describe his future, a refugee child from Iraq draws a picture of himself as a doctor. Another child uses colorful paints to depict happy memories of his former life in Iraq. Both children are among the 200,000 displaced Iraqis who now live in Jordan, a country that has become a safe haven for those fleeing oppression and war in neighboring Palestine, Syria, and Iraq. Alexandra Dawley, a former volunteer with the Collateral Repair Project in Jordan, emphasizes how something as simple as an art project can help young refugees adjust to their new lives in a foreign country. With...
Chat with food experts on Twitter about alleviating hunger
Hunger affects more than 800 million people worldwide, according to the United Nations' World Food Programme, and one-third of all the food grown every year goes to waste. Together, we can change that. On World Food Day, Thursday, 16 October, join a conversation on Twitter from 12:00 to 13:00 Chicago time (UTC-5), using the hashtag #RotaryHunger. During the chat, food experts will talk about ways to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in your community and around the world. Rotary (@Rotary) will moderate the chat, and experts from organizations including Rotary First Harvest (@RFHarvest), the...
Photo Essay: Rotary’s 2014 Women of Action
This year's Women of Action honorees were selected by Rotary senior leaders and endorsed by the White House. All members of clubs in the U.S., the women were recognized for their humanitarian service projects, which affect the lives of millions of people around the world. Watch the women of action event held at the White HouseRead more about the women and why they were honoredRead more about the event at the White HouseRead RI Director Julia Phelps' take on the honored women
Partners build community center and health clinic in impoverished Mexico neighborhood
Four years ago, Rotary member Moonyeen King decided to take action to help residents of the impoverished neighborhood of Tepehua, located in Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico, who faced daily struggles with crime, malnutrition, and limited access to health care. King, together with Susan Netherton and Gin Pelzl, fellow members of the Rotary Club of Ajijic, turned an abandoned building into the Tepehua Community Center. For its first year, the center provided a soup kitchen every Friday to feed over 200 women and children. That enabled King and her fellow Rotary members to gain the trust of the...
The White House honors Rotary women for their humanitarian service
Senior Rotary leaders gathered Tuesday at the White House to honor 10 women for their service projects, an event attended by members of U.S. President Barack Obama's senior staff. The Rotary members presented their projects, in the hopes of creating new inroads for government partnerships and support. "This is recognition of the great work that they do but also serves as a great vehicle to inspire others to do similar kinds of things," said Rotary General Secretary John Hewko. "One of the things we're doing a better job of is sharing our story to the non-Rotary world." The honorees were...

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