Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch
 
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meets at The Children’s Hospital (470 and Lucent) at 1811 Plaza Dr., Highlands Ranch, CO
on the First and Third Wednesday of each month from 7:15 to 8:30 AM.

Go to www.HighlandsRanchRotarySatellite.org for more information
 
 
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Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch
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NCOA Golf Tournament 
By Chuck Giebel

In recognition of their service to our country, Highlands Ranch Rotary Club ran its annual Non-Commissioned Association Golf Tournament at Ft Carson on Friday, May 18th. The event provided 43 soldiers to a complimentary round of golf and Dove ice cream bars. The soldiers, service ranging from 3.5 to 18 years, are involved in all occupations (helicopter-mechanic or pilot, radar operator, logistics & support, F1 engineer)  and find golf as a way to relax thus their collective abilities to make those 300 yard drives…WOW! We will always be grateful to our military and can sleep soundly knowing that they are always working to keep us safe. “We are always happy to see so many smiling faces and were glad the rain held off.” said Jerry Selinfreund. “We look forward to coming back next year.”

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Contact Information
Membership questions
Please call the Membership Chairperson, Mary Kay Hasz at 303 888-1867
Program questions
Please call the Program Chairperson,
Sue Bramley at 303-683-6647 or suebramley18@gmail.com
 
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