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Each year, the Littleton Rotary Foundation sponsors “Breakfast with Santa”, the community event for families to enjoy a pancake breakfast coupled with a visit from St. Nick. Littleton Rotary Club members volunteer their time to wait tables, greet families, help in the kitchen, and generally ensure that everyone has a great time.
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Paul Sheridan is congratulated by Club Secretary, Rick Clark and welcomed into membership on 12/2/2014
Meet our newest member, Paul Sheridan, Past President of the Rockville, CT, Rotary Club. Paul is a Paul Harris Fellow and his Rotary vocational classification is, Consulting: IT Solutions. Even before submitting his application, Paul joined with several of our Club members in volunteering to help in the Lyons Town Hall Plaza flood restoration project back in early November. Paul and his wife, Cathy, live in Highlands Ranch and are wanting to become acquainted with the area and welcome the opportunity to be an active part of Littleton Rotary.


L-R: Dale Flowers, Mary Dillman, Russ Strandberg, Scott Taylor, Dawn Maris, Bridgett Schild
Club member, Dale Flowers, on behalf of the Littleton Rotary Foundation, presents $1,000.00 to Littleton Public School's Centennial Academy to help sustain their food bank program called Arty's Friday Food Bag.
L-R: Diana Doyle, Darlee Whiting, LaDonna Jurgensen, Rev. Trudy Robinson, Sandy Perkins.
Seated: Dr. Barbara Chase
On Tuesday, November 18th, many of the women leaders in Littleton Rotary were in attendance and gathered for this happy group picture. Rotary has welcomed women members in the U.S. since 1987 and worldwide beginning in 1989. Thank goodness! Any institution that purposely excludes one half of the potential brain-power of its population is doomed. Rotary has been honored to have women become active leaders and doers in its efforts to solve community problems and expand Rotary’s good works in ways that had never been possible before their involvement.
Littleton Rotary has certainly been blessed by having two women members serve as President of our Club; Darlee Whiting, 1999-2000, LaDonna Jurgensen, 2004-2005. Both set the benchmark for their excellent leadership and skills in managing all the various programs and projects our Club is involved with. Our Club looks forward to many more women joining and becoming a vital part of Littleton’s most significant and active service club.

L-R Seated: COL Clem Clementson, Norm Sothan, George Mendenhall
L-R Standing: Gary Ray, Perry Nissler, Jim Bisetti, Karl Kingery, Lyle Bell, Dave Lorenz, Cliff Johnson, Terry Foley, Paul Sheridan, Frank Mihoda, Tom, Buyr, Bob Baker, Frannk Clayton
Veteran’s Day, November 11th 2014, was a special day as Littleton Rotary recognized its members who have served in the U.S. Military. Each have given a portion of their lives in service to our country to ensure the safety of all U.S. citizens. We are honored and proud to have them represented in Littleton Rotary. God bless them all.

Over 100 Rotary volunteers turn out to help the Town of Lyons.

L-R: Anne Rice, Dennis Brovarone, Ronda Rasnik, Tome Ashcraft, Bobbi McCombs, Annika Merkel
L-R: Mary Harris, Dee Leh, Pietra Williams, Randi Tolme
A big WELCOME to our newest Rotarians. On Tuesday evening, November 4th, and 18th, nine new members were formally inducted into our Evening Meeting group; Anne Rice, Dennis Brovarone, Ronda Rasnick, Bobbi McCombs, and Annika Merkel, Mary Harris, Dee Leh, Pietra Williams, and Randi Tolme. This dynamic group of new Rotarians is ready to hit-the-ground-running and several have already volunteered at Project C.U.R.E and the Lyons Town Hall Plaza restoration project. Be sure and make yourselves know to these fine new members when you have the opportunity.



L-R: Tom Ashcraft, Natalie Pramenko, Jesse Craig, Dr. Sam Langstaff, Dr. Charlie Vail

The Littleton Rotary Foundation presents the Sam Langstaff Pre-Med Scholarship to Arapahoe High School.
A happy time raising funds for the Littleton Rotary Foundation in support of is numerous efforts in meeting the needs of the greater Littleton community.


L-R: Bob Young, Tiago Martins, Darlee Whiting, B. Bianchi, Jon Moore

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, Littleton Rotary welcomed our Rotary Youth Exchange Student for 2014-15, Tiago Martins-RYE from Brazil.


Littleton Rotary's Past President and active member, Dr. Charlie Vail is honored as the Grand Marshall of the 2014 Western Welcome Week Parade.
Congratulations Charlie!



Littleton Rotary again held it's Alferd Packer Bacon party to rave reviews on Saturday, September 6, 2014. Over 2000 attended this happy community event.

I Can Read and Homework Club at Centennial Academy

It's a special time for students when Rotarians and community members volunteer to participate in the I Can Read Program at Centennial Academy of Fine Arts. This simple and effective program pares volunteers with teachers and select students to share time in supporting reading skills by simply listening to students read.



Littleton Rotary's Literacy Chair, Dale Flowers presents check from the Littleton Rotary Foundation to Mary Ellen Dillman, Principal, Centennial Academy, to help support their superior music program.



Dec 23, 2014
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(Evening Meeting) DIANA DOYLE
Jan 06, 2015
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