Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Financial Secretary
Past President
Director 2016-2019
Director 2016-2019
Director 2017-2020
Director 2017-2020
Director 2018-2021
Director 2018-2021
Foundation Chair


Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 11:40 AM 
The Garden Room
697 Denver Avenue, Suite 100
Loveland, CO  80537
United States
Recent Speakers & Events

Loveland Rotarian Bob Tello Introduces Polio Plus Program.

Loveland Rotary Club member Bob Tello introduces the Rotary International Polio Plus efforts. Bob showed a 7 minute clip from the movie "Breathe" which was very impactful.
Our club member Jim Whitenight describes how polio impacted his family when he was a child. Jim read from Rotary International President Barry Rassin's comments in last month's Rotarian magazine about the impact of Polio Plus across the world.
Club member Linda Jessup tells her personal story of contracting polio in the 1950s as a child. She described the challenges she faced including hospitalizations and surgeries. She spoke about post-polio challenges few people hear or know about.

Steve Gillette, Director of Solid Waste for Larimer County, discussed the current situation with the County "Dump"  --  it's almost full!!  Where do we go next?


Steve offered several scenarios for the future of waste disposal vs. recycling in Larimer County.  Several alternatives to "dumping" the amount of trash we currently do are almost going to be essential.


Michael Doolittle was nominated as Student of the Month for October by teacher Jana Cline.  They are from Berthoud HS


To complete a Berthoud HS sweep, Teacher of the Month, Scott Kindt was nominated by fellow teacher Carin Barrett

Our new Blue Badgers Inducted Today.

Gary Camp introduces the Loveland Rotary Club newly inducted members, Marc Schaffer & Brad Schilling.
Club member Gail Daugherty introduces the speaker for our luncheon meeting, Dr. James A. Wilkerson IV M.D.
Dr. James A. Wilkerson IV was the speaker for the meeting. He is the Larimer County Medical Examiner and Coroner. He is Board Certified in several areas of Pathology including Forensic Pathology. Dr. Wilkerson outlined his duties. He also described the various types of deaths his office encounters. He said he would have brought pictures but thought they might have ruined lunch. Following his presentation there was an active Q&A sessions.