As part of the Covid-19 response, District Governor Curt Harris has recommended that club leadership consider suspending meetings for the next few weeks. As an alternative, clubs may consider meeting remotely over the Internet. Join any of these meetings to see and hear what other clubs are doing. There are links at the bottom of this page with "how-to" instructions for Zoom and holding virtual meetings.
• Smoky Hill, 12:10 pm - contact Hugh Radke
• Wheat Ridge, 12:10 pm - contact Daniel Brennan
• Carbon Valley, 7:00 am - contact Bev Mendel
• Conifer, 7:00 am - contact Dean McCall
• Summit County, 7:10 am - contact David Preaus
• Breckenridge Mountain, 12:00 noon - contact Curtis Slack
• Littleton, 12:00 noon - contact Steve Tautz
• Aurora, 12:00 noon - contact Regina Edmondson
• Five Points RiNo, 6:00 pm - contact Ryan Allaire
• Mountain Foothills, 6:30 pm - contact Jim Rohrer
• Denver, 11:45 am - contact Lauren Mast
• Castle Rock, 12:00 noon - contact Wes Schuneman
• Highlands Ranch, 12:10 pm - contact John Logan
• Evergreen, 7:00 am - contact Doug Turner
• Aurora Gateway, 7:20 am - contact Jerry Orlovsky
• University Hills, 12:00 noon - contact Dick Castleman
You can also make up meetings anytime with eClub One (, Rotary’s first eClub
Zoom Video Conferencing
Click Here to view a PowerPoint on Zoom set up and meeting controls
Click Here for Zoom FAQ on set-up and etiquette guidelines
Click here for tutorials on using Zoom for web meetings.
Rotary Global Rewards is currently offering 20% off of Zoom memberships
Plan B
If you really want to make your remote meetings look professional, Evergreen Rotarian Mendhi Audlin and her husband Shawn have put together an on-line course (, with a nominal cost, to make your virtual meetings more of a production.