Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Club Secretary
Financial Secretary
Past President
Director 2017-2020
Director 2017-2020
Director 2018-2021
Director 2018-2021
Director 2019-2022
Director 2019-2022
Editarian
Foundation Chair
 
 

 

Service Above Self

 
We meet Tuesdays at 11:40 AM and serve our community everyday.
 

New Loveland Rotary Club clock located at The Foundry plaza in downtown Loveland, Colorado
 
We meet at the
The Garden Room
697 Denver Avenue, Suite 100
Loveland, CO  80537
United States
 
Recent Speakers & Events

Entertainment for Rotarians and guests was provided by members of the Loveland Opera Theatre;  Keyboardist, Patrick Lee; Soprano, Phoenix Gayles; Mezzo-Soprano, Dana Kinney; Tenor, Joshua Zabatta; and Baritone and Stage Director, Tim Kennedy.  The program consisted of a selection of songs by the Gershwin Brothers which was enthusiastically received by the audience.

John Stewart, one of the major organizers of the Rotary Duck Race at the Corn Roast Festival in August, presented a check for the proceeds of the event ($37,000 this year!!) to Suzanne Peterson, of the Loveland Rotary Club Foundation.  Julie Johnson Haffner helped with the celebration of the success of the event.
Mary Camp, a Red Badge member and spouse of Rotarian Gary Camp, gave her Thumbnail Sketch which included a statement that she prefers stuffed pandas to live squirrels!
Today's "100th Anniversary Minute" was given by Evan Patterson and covered major Club events from the years 2011 and 2012.
 
These four Rotarians were celebrated as "Triple Crown" contributors to the Rotary International Foundation.  Awardees were Sathi Bunyan, Mo Heth, Phil Ashcraft, and Lynn Hammond.  The awards were presented by Past DG Chuck Rutenberg.
 
Our Student Achiever for November was Colby Finnigsmier from Thompson Valley HS.  He was recommended by his Counselor at the school, Amber Bucy, and the presentation was made by Rotarian George Stevens.  Also present at our meeting, to help in the celebration, were Colby's parents and grandparents.
 
 
 
 
 
Belva Bethel, from Lincoln ES, was our Teacher of the Month for November.  She was nominated by her colleague, at Lincoln ES, Haley Dreweck.  Belva's mother was present at the meeting, also.  The award was presented by Rotarian Dick Bradsby.
District Governor, Chris Woodruff, and his wife, Karoline, attended our meeting.  He made several presentations to the Club, met with Club leaders, below, and presented Rotarian Judy Chapman (right) with the "Quiet Rotarian of the Year" Award
 
 
 
 
ROTC members from Loveland High Schools prepare to post the colors at the start of the meeting
Gary Camp and Gil Garcia played the National Anthem as well as the songs associated with each of the armed services to open the meeting
Lt. Comm. Robert Wideman, describes how he was shot down over North Vietnam, captured, and spent about six years in captivity.  His description of his treatment in the camps was very graphic and moving to many Rotarians
Rotarians who have served in any of the armed services were asked to rise and were thanked by other members of the audience

 

The Student Achiever of the Month was Deziray Howard from Loveland HS.  With her are her father, Patrick, and her stepmother, Samantha
 
Our Teacher of the Month was Solomon Miller from Walt Clark MS.  Accompanying him are, on left, Christine Smith, Principal of Walt Clark MS, and his wife, Erin
Our speaker was Bob Meloney who gave a presentation of the power of product branding over several years