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

Speakers

Sep 18, 2014
Oscar Reiss
Holocaust Survivor
Sep 25, 2014
Purnima Voria
East Meets West: India & the U.S.
Oct 02, 2014
Ken Williams, Vice President
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Oct 08, 2014
Oct 09, 2014
Oct 16, 2014
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 13, 2014
Nov 27, 2014
DARK - for Thanksgiving Holiday
Attitude of Gratitude
Dec 04, 2014
Bill Morris, CEO
Blue Star Recyclers
Dec 18, 2014
Meistersingers
Holiday Cheer!
 

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President
Treasurer
Secretary
Public Relations
Membership
Community Service
Vocational Service
International Service
Foundation President
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Club Administration
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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.
 

 
 
Cynthia Wellbrock is an attorney specializing in employment law. She has had her own firm, located in the Tech Center, for 12 years. She is also a certified mediator for all kinds of disputes. She is single and lives in Denver. She is a marathon runner and avid cyclist. A transplant from New York, she remains a die-hard Yankees' fan.
 

 
Kathy Vieth, previously a member of the Vail Rotary club, has moved to Denver and joined Denver SE. She had retired from IBM as a Vice President and moved to Vail. She is now the Practice Manager for AgeWell MD in Denver. She is involved with Habitat for Humanity, the Denver Food Bank and The Women's Foundation of Colorado. She lives in Denver with her life partner.
 

 
The month of May is designated to honor and show gratitude for America’s veterans. Rotary Club of Denver Southeast produced a moving tribute to those servicemen and women who have and continue to make sacrifices to protect America’s freedom.. See Villager Newspaper story here.
 

 
Click here for the Villager newpaper article on the State of the State lunch.
 

 
 

Would you like to honor or memorialize someone special? Make a contribution to the Denver Southeast Rotary Tribute program to let them know you are thinking of them. Each donation funds our local and international humanitarian Rotary projects and is 100% tax deductible. Download Form

 

 
 

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.
 

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