Speakers
DSE Evenings - Janet Fogarty
Aug 23, 2017
Leadership
Tammy Krause - Founder & Executive Director
Aug 24, 2017
Bags of Fun / Gabby Krause Foundation
Joe Parker- CSU Athletic Director
Aug 31, 2017
New Stadium- Challenges and Successes
Speaker is open
Sep 07, 2017
Rotation Day - Cherry Hills Country Club is Dark
Sep 14, 2017
Rotation Day - see the two choices
Denver Council Woman Kendra Black
Sep 21, 2017
Chair of Denver Marijuana Committee
DSE Evenings - Kendal Colman
Sep 27, 2017
Effective Public Speaking
Speaker is open
Sep 28, 2017
Speaker is open
Oct 05, 2017
Luis Benitez
Oct 12, 2017
Head of Colorado Office of Outdoor Recreation
Carolyn Tillquist, MD
Oct 19, 2017
The history and eradication of Polio
DSE Evenings - Mike Andrews
Oct 25, 2017
Valor Bridge
Club is Dark for the CIHAD Gala Dinner
Oct 26, 2017
DSE Rotary Will Receive Recognition As Major Donor for 2017 Year
Speaker is open
Nov 02, 2017
Date is Reserved for Veterans Day Theme
Nov 09, 2017
Don Oatley, Bill Palmer & Les Johnson (and their draftees) are planning meeting speaker and theme
Speaker is open
Nov 16, 2017
District 5450 Governor Abbas Rajabi
Nov 30, 2017
District Rotary Update
Club is Dark for the State of the State Luncheon
Dec 07, 2017
Members are asked to volunteer and attend the State of the State Luncheon on Dec. 7th
Speaker is open
Dec 14, 2017
Last Club Meeting for 2017
Dec 21, 2017
Musical Celebration to Celebrate the December Holidays
Meeting not at CHCC - Building is closed this week
Jan 04, 2018
We will meet somewhere else.
Meeting not at CHCC - Building is closed this week
Jan 11, 2018
We are scheduling Rotation Day #3
 
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Klara Novén made her first appearance at a Club meeting on August 10th.  Karla is 17 years old and is from Västervik, Sweden.   Västervik is a small town of 21,000 people located on the coast, about three hours south of Stockholm.  Klara’s parents are Fredrik and Anna, and she has a 13-year old brother, Kalle.  Klara’s family is hosting another Rotary exchange student for the same time period from the Canary Islands, off the western coast of Morocco.  Klara is a junior in high school in Sweden and will be attending Cherry Creek High School.  She is staying with Terry Thon and his wife, Mary White.  Klara is an accomplished horsewoman and an experienced bicycle rider.  Bicycling is her main form of transportation in Sweden.

Matt Nofziger is a private wealth manager with Aveo Capital.  After graduation from Goshen College in Indiana, Matt taught English as a second language at an elementary school.  In 2000, Matt and his family moved to Denver where he completed his MBA from Regis University. Matt used that MBA to start work in financial services and wealth management planning.  Matt is married to Amy and has two sons, Asher (2004) and Bennett (2008). Matt is an avid bicyclist and loves to coach kids’ sports.  He joined Rotary to give back to his local community and have a positive impact in the world. Matt’s sponsor is Tom Bishop.
Dinesh is a Senior Software Engineer at Pearson Inc. Prior to Pearson, he was a lead software developer at KPMG.
He has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Moratuwa and a Masters in Computer Science from Tennessee. He and his wife, Nethika live in Morrison with their two children, ages 3 and 7.  Dinesh likes running, hiking and camping. He looks forward to Rotary providing a way to give back, developing leadership skills and fellowship with Rotarians. He was introduced to Rotary by Doug Imhoff. 
Joshua Knight, a Program Engineer with Global Hope Network International, was inducted on June 1st.  He has a BS and ME in Chemical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Sustainable Urban Infrastructure.  Joshua has twenty years of experience in the water and wastewater, environmental and sustainability engineering fields.  Joshua and his wife, Rachel, have four children between the ages of six to fourteen. He became a Rotarian to help poor communities lift themselves out of poverty with knowledge sharing in the areas of water, food, health, and education.  He was introduced to Rotary by Steve Werner. Karen Loeb and Peter Van Arsdale. 
Bob is a retired banker after a 45-year career, that included First National of Denver, President of First National of San Diego and EVP at Pacific Western Bancorp. A native of Michigan, he has a degree from Western Michigan University. Bob has been a member of the San Diego and Englewood Rotary clubs. His hobbies include music (he has played guitar for the past 60 years), golf and he is a pilot of small planes. He and wife, Marcia, live in Denver. Tom Bieging introduced Bob to our club.
Chuck Bahr, owner of Intense Energy Resources, was inducted May 4. Chuck is a Petroleum Geologist who received Bachelor's and Master's degrees at Northern Illinois University. A native of Chicago, Chuck moved to Texas to start his petroleum career after serving in the Army and finishing school. He and his wife, Michele, live in Englewood (near Havana and Orchard) and have three grown children. Chuck is particularly interested in Rotary, because Rotary has a great reputation for helping people break the cycle of poverty, educating people and developing sources of clean water. Hilton Martin introduced Chuck to Rotary.
Abbas Rajabi, president of Denver SE in 2001-02 is the District Governor for District 5450 in 2017-18. Abbas has served in many capacities in the club and district and has been a tireless champion of Service Above Self. Abbas is the 4th member of our club to serve as District Governor.

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

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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