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Alzheimer's & Dementia
 
Angel Hoffman
 
Angel Hoffman has been working in the geriatric field since the early 1990's.  Her experience includes both long-term and acute care with a focus on providing support and education to people living with dementia and their care partners.  She has a Master's of Art degree in Gerontology from the University of Northern Colorado and Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State University.  Her motto for her work comes from the quote of Maya Angelou, " People will forget what you said, people will forget what you do, but they will never forget how you made them feel."
 
Angel will provide a dementia education, where we are with current research, the organization's focus and resources available.
 
Angel Hoffman, MA
Director of Community Engagement
Northern &  Western Colorado
 
Serving Larimer, Jackson, Grand, Routt, Moffat, Rio Blanco, Garfield, Mesa, Delta and Montrose counties.
  
HELPLINE:  800.272.3900  available 24/7
 
Our program this week will be held in person, but a Zoom link will be provided. Click on the link below to be admitted.
Meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7985707369
Rotary Weekly Luncheon
Place: American Legion
 Time:  Lunch served from 11:30 - 12:00
 Cost:  $20
 Parking:  American Legion and the church only

As a courtesy to our members, please silence your cell phones during the meeting.
Thank You!
 
This Week's Luncheon Menu
 
 
    RSVP needed for Rotary lunch
 
    RSVP DEADLINE, TUESDAY, March 5th BEFORE 12 NOON.
    RSVP to Karol:  kj.rinehart@aol.com
    Rotary Lunch Menu for Thursday,  March 7th:
    Brats & Dogs (sauerkraut, onions, cheese, chili, mustard, ketchup, relish) for toppings. Red bean beef chili,
    Garden Salad, homemade potato chips, & churros for dessert.

RSVP to Karol: kj.rinehart@aol.com  before 12 noon, Tuesday.
 
Nominees for Rotary Club Board
and
Rotary Foundation
Third publication
 
Per our Bylaws "the names of the nominees: (1) shall be published in three successive edition of the club newsletter prior to the election; and (2) shall be read by a Nominating Committee member to the membership at three successive regularly scheduled meetings..." 
 
Nominations for the Rotary Club Board are: Officers: President: Anne Slack, President Elect: Jack Ford, Past President: Karen Thompson, Secretary: Sarah Walsh, Treasurer: Gregg Jurgens with Assistant Treasurer: Longley Parker, Sergeant-At-Arms: Jim Whiteneck, Directorates: Club Administrator: Karol Rinehart, Community Services: Beth Weisberg, Fund Development; Tara and Phil Moenning, Membership: Scott Robbins, International Services: Ron Gordon, Youth Services: Jim Jonell.
 
Nominations for the Rotary Club Foundation are: Club Liaison (Karen Thompson), and the six Trustees include Barry Hannigan, Mark Lee, Madison Casey, Jack Boatman, Jim Whiteneck, and Dennis Gellhaus. The Foundation selects the officers for the year when they first meet. Gregg Jurgens will continue to serve on Finances as a consultant. 
Seeking Duck Race Merchant Prize Volunteers
 
Please volunteer to help follow up with merchants about donating prizes for the Duck Race.  We have 12 volunteers so far, but there will be hundreds of merchants to follow up with.  The more merchants we can connect with, the more prizes we will have for the Duck Race.
 
We will show you how to do this -- it's very easy.  This can be done either in person or by phone, your choice.  Most of our merchants love the Duck Race and are happy to donate prizes.  A big thank you to the 12 people who have already volunteered to help.  If you haven't already signed up and would like to, please let Beth know at the meeting on Thursday, or else email her at weisberg.family@verizon.net . 
 
We will be assigning which volunteers are to contact which merchants around March 14,  So  please let Beth know as soon as possible if you are willing to help.
 
Thanks, everyone!
Beth
Estes Park High School
Auto Shop Program
Receives $4800
 
 
 
On February 26, 2024, Beth and Jim W. delivered to Estes Park High two checks, totalling $4,800, to buy a complete, 1004-piece set of Teng tools with a cabinet workstation.  Two thirds of the money came from our Club's Project Funds, and one third came from our Club's Foundation funds earmarked for a qualifying community service project.
The tools are needed because finally the school has a senior master technician to teach an Auto Shop program -- something they have been trying to do for years.  But the brand-new course has so far been using incomplete sets of miscellaneous tools, which has limited what types of auto repairs the students have been able to do.  The $4,800 we have provided will buy a complete set of lifetime-warranted tools, as well as a toolbox to keep everything stored and organized so everything can be found efficiently -- and any tools that break will be replaced without charge.  According to the teacher, TJ Appel, the new tools will allow multiple students to be able to work on cars at the same time, and will mean that the Auto Shop students will now be able to learn how to do "almost anything and everything on a car."
 
Principal Mary Barron, the Auto Shop students, and TJ Appel, all were there to thank us for the funds -- they were all quite excited that with this money, they will be getting the new tools soon.  In fact, the students let out a spontaneous cheer when they saw us walk in with the checks.  And some of the students walking out to the parking lot at the same time we were leaving, came over individually to thank us again.  This grant will certainly make a difference. Well done, Rotarians!
 
Beth Weisberg
Community Services Director
 
International Women's Day
 
 
 
 
You have to click the links I have printed out as the picture "Click here" and "Register Now" will not work.
Rotary District Conference
in
Steamboat Springs, CO
May 16 - 18, 2024
 
 
where you will find the Conference Program,
a detailed list of Conference Information, 
and a link to the registration page on the District website.
 
 
Estes Park Rotary Duck Race 2024
 
Be Sure to Purchase Your Adoption Tickets Now!
 
Go to http://epduckrace.org to learn all about this year's Duck Race.
 
The 2024 event on Saturday, May 4, will try to bring some peace, tranquility, and togetherness to life in the Rockies. The theme of this year’s duck race is We are Family. During these troubled times, the Duck Race Committee thought it would be appropriate to step back and honor family both in terms of our immediate families and in a broader context, as members of the family of man,” said Scott Robbins, Big Duck for the 2024 festival.
From The Chaplain
 
Do you know a Club Member who needs assistance? Maybe a ride to meetings, or just a phone call to keep in touch? Please contact Bill Smith 970-420-1033 or billsmithbronx1956@gmail.com.
Bulletin Editor
Anne Slack
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2023 - 24 R.I. Theme
Create Hope in the World
 
 
 
March 7, Duty Roster
 
Invocation: Lee Lasson
 
Song & Pledge: K. Thompson/Casey
 
Guest Intro: Tim Moore
 
Scribe: Andrea Escorcia Rodriguez
 
Greeter: Tim Moore
 
Program Intro: Anne Slack
 
Meeting Set-up: Scott Thompson
 
March 14, Duty Roster
 
Invocation: Madison Casey
 
Song & Pledge: K.Thompson/Casey
 
Guest Intro: Dennis Gellhaus
 
Scribe: Madison Casey
 
Greeter: Dennis Gellhaus
 
Program Intro: Anne Slack
 
Meeting Set-Up: Mark Lee
 
Speakers
Mar 07, 2024
Alzheimer's and Dementia Awareness
Mar 14, 2024
Covid and Alzheimer's Disease
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Upcoming Events
Rotary Club Board Meeting
Mar. 05, 2024
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
 
Rotary Club Foundation Meeting
Mar. 21, 2024
1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
 
Duck Race Committee Meeting
Mar. 21, 2024
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
 
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Birthdays, Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Jack Ford
March 12
 
Dave Evans
March 25
 
Anne Slack
March 28
 
Karen McClure
April 5
 
Dawn Shields
April 6
 
Lee Machin
April 11
 
Jim Austin
April 20
 
Anniversaries
Chris Davis
Rita Davis
March 4
 
Guy Van der Werf
Leslie
April 5
 
Karen Thompson
Scott Thompson
April 16
 
Scott Thompson
Karen
April 16
 
Grant Delbecq
Carol Delbecq
April 20
 
Peter Sinnott
Stephanie
April 20
 
Harry Livingston
Mary
April 23
 
Join Date
Karol Rinehart
March 5, 2015
9 years
 
Lee Lasson
March 13, 2003
21 years
 
Beth Weisberg
March 16, 2020
4 years
 
Madison Casey
March 16, 2006
18 years
 
Mark Lee
March 16, 2020
4 years
 
Dave Evans
March 22, 2007
17 years
 
Gladys Van Drie
April 3, 1997
27 years
 
Mike Connolly
April 3, 2008
16 years
 
Peter Sinnott
April 5, 2007
17 years
 
Chris Davis
April 9, 2023
1 year
 
Gregg Jurgens
April 14, 2011
13 years
 
Carl Robicheaux
April 18, 2019
5 years
 
Bill Solms
April 21, 2016
8 years
 
Chuck Bonza
April 25, 2008
16 years
 
Dale Bonza
April 25, 2008
16 years
 
Philip Moenning
April 25, 2008
16 years
 
Scott Thompson
April 25, 2008
16 years
 
Tara Moenning
April 25, 2008
16 years
 
Executives & Directors
President
 
President Elect
 
Treasurer
 
Secretary
 
Past President
 
Club Administration Director
 
Community Service Director
 
Fund Development Director
 
Fund Development Director
 
International Service Director
 
Membership Director
 
Sergeant-at-Arms
 
Big Duck
 
Youth Services Director
 
Foundation Officers/Directors

President

Jim Whiteneck

Vice President

Barry Hannigan

Secretary

Tara Moenning

Treasurer

Gregg Jurgens

Grants

Jack Boatman

Scholarships

Tara Moenning

Ernie Altick Program

Ben Van der Werf

Investments

Madison Casey

Trustees

Tom Gardner

Ben Van der Werf

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