Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch
 
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Highlands Ranch

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:10 PM
Lone Tree Country Club
9808 Sunningdale Blvd.
Lone Tree, CO  80124
United States
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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
 
Home Page Stories
Jan Selinfreund accepts a Rotary Presidential Citation on the club's behalf from Ray Anderson.  We were one of only five clubs in our district to receive this award for 2016-17!

Karla Olson oversees our club's Interact program at Mountain Vista High School.  She recently received this email from Sydney, who was an interact officer at the high school last year.  It shows what a great club Karla has developed, with students moving on to bigger roles within the 'Rotary Circle".

 
Hi Mrs. Olson!  How have you been?  I just wanted to say hi, and let you know that I have actually just become the Vice President of Rotaract here at Clemson.  I wanted to send a thank you to you and Ms. DeBolt for all of your help during Interact that helped me along the way.  I loved my time at Interact and I hope it has continued to be a great community and organization at Vista just like it was for me ๐Ÿ˜Š Thank you for all you do!
 
 
Phil Calderbank is the chair for the new communications committee made up of Scott Campbell, Paul Moots, Elaine Calderbank, Natasha Nola, Patricia Sznip and Sue Bramley.  Fred Erb is the technical advisor! This group will oversee the club's FaceBook presence with 1-2 weekly updates, the Wheel Spinner which features current activities and our Home Page which showcases newsworthy events the club participates in.

The club has made a $500 donation to the Douglas County Fallen Officers Fund in honor of Deputy Sheriff Zackari Parrish.

 

Last Thursday was a red letter day for Paul Harris as Jerry Wilford inducted six new members, Nancy Arkin, Mark Brown, Phil Calderbank, Michael Foss, Neal Huffman and Paul Moots.  Rotary's own version of Vanna White  were  there to pin the awards, that would be Connie Golas and Cindy Begley! To top that off, Shrin Murthy received a +1, Zig a + 4 and Kyle Kucharski +5.  Elizabeth Scofield and Bob Larsen were recognized as Level 2 Major Donors. They're well on their way to joining Jerry in the Arch Clump Society! Jerry was given a standing ovation for the work he does with RI!

RI AWARD SUBMISSIONS 

Jerry Wilford is asking for volunteers to assist him in writing award submissions to RI. Supplying RI with information on our activities keeps our club strong and up front and personal with RI.  If you're interested, contact Jerry.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the home page for the Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch. We are very proud of our Club. Our Club does many great projects and we have fun doing them together.

Also, below, you will see a list of “Things We Do”. If you look at the list, you will 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.

Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch

List of Club-Sponsored Activities and Projects

Annual Gala Fund-Raiser
Rotaract
Project Cure
Rotary Youth  Exchange
Project Warm Heart
Highlands Ranch Rotary Foundation Inc.
Interact
Polio Plus
Douglas/Elbert Task Force
Interfaith Community Services
Dictionary Project
Guitars for Troops
Homes for Troops
High School Scholarships
Outstanding Citizen Awards
Weekly Programs
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (“RYLA”)
Young RYLA
Annual Peach/Pear Sale
Western Welcome Week
Weekly Newsletter
Family of Rotary
Public Relations
District Service
Social Activities
 
 
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
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Secretary
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HR Club Foundation
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Director Sunrise Liason
Recording Secretary
Past President
 
Committee Chairs & Points of Contact
Webmaster
Fred Erb
Newsletter Editor
Membership Co-Chairs
Bright Futures Gala
Gala Sponsorships
Western Welcome Week
Peach Sales
Grocery Store Cards
Community Service Co-Chairs
Project Cure
Military Support
Literacy
Scholarships
RotarAction
Youth Services
RYLA/YRYLA
Youth Exchange
International Service
Family of Rotary
Programs/Vocational
Inspiration
Greeters
Public Relations
Events and Socials
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Speakers
Lindsey McKissick - ZB
Mar 01, 2018
The Back Country: HR's Giant, Wild Backyard!
Virginia Ortiz
Mar 08, 2018
Joshua Station
DARK
Mar 15, 2018
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NN Scott Friedman
Mar 22, 2018
Author of the book "Celebration Day"
Leigh Chandler - SB
Mar 29, 2018
Lone Tree Arts Center
John Kenyon
Apr 05, 2018
Camino de Santiago
Arthur Jones, PhD - ZB
Apr 12, 2018
The Effects of African-American Spiriituals
Club biz day
Apr 19, 2018
Terry Nolan SB
Apr 26, 2018
Highlands Ranch Fire & Emergency Services Unification
Dianne Massey
May 03, 2018
'The Artist's Side of the Easel'
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May 10, 2018
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Club biz day
May 17, 2018
Tent - Nikki Brooker
May 24, 2018
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May 31, 2018
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Jun 07, 2018
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Jun 14, 2018
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Club Biz Day
Jun 21, 2018
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Jul 19, 2018
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Aug 09, 2018
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Aug 16, 2018
 
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