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David Sislowski gave the Greeley Centennial Rotary club a presentation of the Water Literate Leaders program run by the Colorado Water Center at CSU.  The program is funded by the Town of Windsor, City of Greeley, City of Loveland and City of Ft. Collins. Water is our most precious resource here in Colorado.  David has a vested interest in water issues because he is on the Town Board in Windsor (District 6). Mr. Sislowski gave us the historical lesson on the Colorado River Compact (1922).  Each participating state in the Colorado River Basin must release an agreed amount of acre ft. of water into the Colorado River each year. Also, that water level in Lake Mead may soon be so low that it may not be able to power the hydro-electric generators at the Hoover Dam.  David also gave us a breakdown of the Poudre River Basin. Eighty-Five percent of the Poudre flows are used for irrigation. Mr. Sislowski informed us that irrigation is not bad for our environment. Most of the water from irrigation goes back into the aquifer and the Poudre River.  If we did not irrigate, then the Poudre River would go dry after the snow melt run off in the Summer! Click on the link for more information on the Water Literate Leaders program.
This week Rotary will be on the same day, the same time, but a different location. Please join us at the The Gourmet Grub (2118 35th Ave, Greeley, CO 80634) for this weeks meeting.  No need to RSVP.
 
On behalf of GSR, we could really use some help in filling slots for our 3rd quarter fundraiser at the Stampede.  We are running information and guest services at the 14th Ave entrance to Stampede grounds.  We have smaller fundraisers based on the size of our club.  With your help we can reach our goal.
 
Here is updated slots as of this hour for GSR Stampede fundraiser.  Remaining slots and hours are as follows, 6/30, 11-2 1 slot, 7/4, 5-9, 2 slots, 7/7, 11-4 1 slot.
2 more available on 6/30 from 6-9.
 
Please consider taking a slot or 2 and help us complete this fundraiser!  Please respond to Tom Shaw, 970-815-6571 and he will get you plugged in.
Here are the next two planned programs for Greeley Centennial Rotary:
This week: June 13th - Amy Dugan - Vocational Rehab
Next week: June 20th - Bill Hoyt—Adventures Sailing the High Seas
 
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to Greeley Centennial Rotary!

Greeley Centennial

Thursdays from 12:00 Noon until 1:15 PM
Greeley Country Club
4500 W 10th St
Greeley, CO  80634
United States of America

Phone:
(970) 405-6225
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District Site
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Satellite Group Meeting
1st and 3rd Wednesdays
5:00 PM
(at a different local business
each time)
 
Next meetings:
February 6th Old Chicago 2349 W 29th St, Greeley, CO 80631
February 20th The Tavern at St. Michael's 2918 67th Ave, Greeley, CO 80634
March 6th Patrick's Irish Pub 909 8th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631
March 20th Luna's Taco and Tequila 806 9th St, Greeley, CO 80631
April 3rd Greeley Chophouse 804 8th St, Greeley, CO 80631
April 17th Rice's Lucky Clover Honey 3331 W 29th St, Greeley, CO 80631
May 1st Batter Up 802 9th St, Greeley, CO 80631
If you have questions
or want to attend,
please contact Bob Gies at 585-797-5845 or regies@itistrust.com

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