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We invite you to visit either our Sunrise or Noon meetings where you’ll meet like-minded people dedicated to community service and friendship. Rotarians are a diverse group of professionals with a passion to give back locally & globally.

Our Vision: Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

Our Mission: We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

 
Club News
Here’s some news to brighten up your day – Africa has been declared wild polio free!
What does that mean? It means millions of kids across the continent will now live without fear of catching wild polio – a horrific and highly contagious disease that leaves children paralyzed – and have a better chance of growing up healthy and able to achieve their dreams.
This incredible news builds on 30 years of global effort to eradicate polio. Vaccination campaigns in countries around the world have kept millions of children safe and reduced polio by 99.9%.
This is a huge step for humanity, and brings us closer than ever to wiping out the disease for good.
Our hardy group of 6 - plus 2 kids - braved the elements (by elements I mean heat!) Tuesday to assist with food distribution at IFCS. We loaded 65 cars with a variety of protein, vegetables & milk.
 
What a wonderful experience, being with people, interacting with people, helping people & assisting IFCS with their clients made for a great morning! Moms stopped by with babies & kids, seniors drove through, all with bright smiles and big, big thank yous! 
 
It was such a successful day that we're already scheduling a repeat in the near future.  Watch for it, as you won't want to be left out on this community service opportunity!
 
Big thanks to Claudia, Tammy, Elizabeth, Tom & Marty Generaux, The Bramley's daughter & the Caves' son-in-law.
 
Ten Rotarians gathered together at Northridge Park Monday to assist Metro District's nurserymen in planting trees.  It was initially planned to be held on Arbor Day, April 30, but postponed.  April would have been lovely, as our sturdy Rotarians labored in 90+ degree weather!
 
The arborists were generous with their knowledge as they answered many of our questions. It was like a complementary class in tree planting!
What a great group for us to partner with next April.  And the 10 of us share the bond of watching the trees we planted grow and thrive!
 
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Noon Meeting
We meet for lunch on Thursdays
(excluding the 5th Thursday)
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel
9808 Sunningdale Blvd
Highlands Ranch, CO
 
During COVID, we conduct meetings via ZOOM
Thursdays at noon.
 
Sunrise Meeting
We meet for breakfast the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month
7:15am - 8:30am
Children’s Hospital South Campus
1811 Plaza Dr (C470 & Lucent)
Highlands Ranch, CO
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Oct 01, 2020
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Oct 08, 2020
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Bright Futures Sponsorship Campaign
 
The Bright Futures Sponsorship Campaign Committee, and the Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch Foundation would like to sincerely thank all local businesses, organizations and individual sponsors that have contributed to date. We truly are making a positive impact in our community and around the world!

If you are interested in becoming a sponsorship partner, please contact us to discuss sponsorships levels and opportunities for contributor recognition.
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Sponsorship Partners
Service Above Self
Our Club is involved in many projects, and we have fun doing them together. Look below to see what a positive impact we make on our community, nation, and world. Coming together as individuals and working as a group, we truly do make a difference.

Community Service

Community Service is the heart of our club’s effort to improve life in our
local community. The Community Service Committee encourages every Rotarian to find ways to help those nearby who need our assistance and
to serve the public interest.
 

Military Veterans Support

Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch supports veterans and members of
the Military, as well as their families, through various projects including Warrior Bonfire, Rotary Warm Heart, NCOA, and Crawford House.
 

Youth Programs

We help build better futures for our Youth through literacy projects, scholarships, and leadership development programs such as Rotary
Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) and Rotary Youth Exchange.
 
 

International Outreach

The International Service Committee provides hands-on opportunities
for club members to support and serve international communities that
want our help. We are committed to working with other organizations, especially other Rotary clubs and Peace Corps Volunteers, to make a difference in the world.
Rotary International News
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges.
Rotary connects 1.2 million members from more than 200 countries and geographical areas. Their work impacts lives at both the local and international levels.

These clubs keep things fresh with new ideas and new members.

These 10 workers put service above self when it counted most

TIME 100 recognized Funsho for his instrumental leadership and work with Rotary members and partners to achieve the eradication of wild polio in the African region.

Nigerian physician Dr. Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s Most Influential People in the world

Facing the challenges of COVID-19, Rotary clubs and partner organizations are finding new ways to support access to education.