Rotary Club of

Loveland Mountain View

Club Mailing Address:

PO Box 2438

Loveland, CO  80539


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Loveland Mountain View

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Monroes @ Best Western
I-25 & Hwy 34
Loveland, CO  80538
United States
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Mountain View Rotary members enjoying some fellowship and merriment at DC Oakes.
Mountain View Rotary volunteered time at the Food Bank For Larimer County's Loveland Repack room on Thursday, April 6th.  Our members enjoyed the opportunity to serve our community, and were astonished at the volume of food and amount of work goes into this incredible operation.  Thank you Food Bank employees and volunteers for all that you do!
Today, our club was treated to an informative keynote presentation by Dani Belinski, General Manager of Rams Sports Properties for Learfield Sports.  Dani, a proud CSU alumni, educated us on the relationship between CSU and Learfield Sports.  We learned of the national impact Learfield Sports has on collegiate athletics and saw some specifics of the new football stadium currently under construction.  Our club is excited to tour the new facilities soon.  Thank you, Dani!
CSU Head Football Coach Mike Bobo spoke with Mountain View Rotary recently.  He shared his passion for football, leadership, and spoke about the importance of pushing out of our comfort zone.  He provided a power-packed message and our club is excited to see such a strong leader at the helm of CSU football!
Meggan Jorgensen, DPT from Rocky Mountain Physical Therapy educated Mountain View Rotary's members on the art of myofascial decompression, aka cupping.  She treated several members and afterward they had the marks to prove it.  Thank you Dr. Jorgensen!!
Mountain View Rotary was treated to an EXTREMELY EXCITING and star-powered talk by the Wolfpack on November 30th, 2016.  Noah Kaufman, Brian Arnold, and Ian Dory shared their experience on the hit TV show and more importantly the values of and what it means to be a member of The Wolfpack.  Thank you Wolfpack!
Scott James, City of Johnstown Mayor and host of Scott and Sadie in the Morning on 97.9, shares with Mountain View Rotary many of the exciting developments going on at I25/Hwy 34 and the City of Johnstown.
We like to have fun, too!  On Saturday, October 8th, Mountain View Rotary hosted its annual Progressive Bike Party.
On October 1st, Rotarians volunteered their time to build a sustainable garden for the children at Lincoln Elementary School.  The garden will serve as an outdoor educational center teaching children about healthy eating and sustainable gardening practices.

Loveland Mountain View Rotary held its annual Rotary Retro Rewind fundraiser April 20 to benefit Reflections for Youth. 

Rotary Retro Rewind


Loveland Mountain View Rotary hosted its seventh annual Heroes Among Us dinner March 21 at Immanual Lutheran Church.


When Loveland Mountain View Rotary member exchange gifts, some get more than they bargained for...

White Elephant
coatsLoveland Mountain View Rotary collects coats for the needy.
ImageLoveland Mountain View Rotary raised more than $17,000 for Reflections for Youth during the annual Retro Rewind fundraiser April 14.


Loveland Mountain View Rotary honored some special men and women making a positive difference in the lives of Loveland and Berthoud area youth.

Is there a secret to sustaining a successful relationship? Ask Rotary member and professional counselor Chris Berger.




See how Mountain View Rotary is helping the students at Van Buren Elementary School with a project future for future generations.
Loveland Mountain View Rotary shows some Christmas Spirit for an Angel House family
Loveland Mountain View Rotary jumped at the chance to brighten the holidays for the kids at Shiloh House.

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