About Our Club
Centennial

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:10 AM
Embassy Suites Hotel
10250 E Costilla Ave,
Centennial, CO 80112
United States of America
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Sargent at Arms
Public Relations
Membership Growth & Enrichment
Member At Large
Millenial Board Liason
Immediate Past President
Centennial Rotary Foundation President
Club Service Director
Meeting Responsibilities
Coming soon when we meet again in person
Set Up
 
Greeter
 
Blue Marble
 
Invocation
 
Pledge of Allegiance
 
Rotary Minute
 
Business Minute
 
Happy Bucks
 
Take Down
 
Service Hours

2019 to 2/2020 = 2012
2018 - 2019 = 3198.5

2017 - 2018 = 4289
2016 - 2017 =  3182.5
2015 - 2016 = 1,890.5
2014 - 2015 = 1,887

Club News
To celebrate the twentieth-year anniversary of the Centennial Rotary Club ​​and in support of Rotary District 5450's regional-wide Day of Service, the Club had chosen to celebrate by doing what it does best: serve the community. On May 8th the Club will serve the community in five different ways: a drug take-back program, an electronics ​recycling program, a blood drive, a Shred-Athon, and the awarding of their ​Club-sponsored brand-new ​community diversity award, ​as well as other exciting presentations.
 
Read more about the four events we will be holding ...

Hello, fellow Rotarians:

April showers bring May flowers and, for Rotary Club of Centennial, April showers have brought with them the hope of a reblooming of the flowers of fellowship, friendship, and service.

We kick off the month of May with seeds planted by the Food Scarcity Team, fertilized with funds from our Club Foundation, and blossoming into a full-fledged Food Drive on May 1st to support the Crawford Elementary School community in Aurora with food collected by Club members from friends and neighbors to restock the school’s on-site food pantry.

Article by Ellis Arnold earnold@coloradocommunitymedia.com
 
After Hurricane María devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017 and widely knocked out water service on the island, residents were left without safe water to drink — a problem that continued long after the storm ended.

So the Rotary Club of Centennial decided to lend a hand with its “WaterRico” project to provide in-home water filters to residents in need, focusing on the area of Moca in the island's northwest corner. Rotary clubs focus on community service abroad and in local areas.

Ken was born and raised in North Denver.  He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and his law degree from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.  

He began practicing law as a sole practitioner in the Englewood/DTC areas, He later became a member of a boutique downtown law firm with multiple Colorado offices. Finally, Ken served as in-house counsel and vice president for a regional specialty wood products company located in Wheat Ridge,

Ken retired in 2015.  He still maintains a part-time mediation practice that he launched in 2010 which involves acting as a neutral in assisting in the resolution of a wide variety of legal disputes.   He also acts as an arbitrator.

Palisade Peaches and Pears now available to order.
 
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Thanks to all who ordered PALISADE PEACHES. Your support of our peaches and pears fundraiser means we will have additional funds to support our service projects.
Upcoming Events
STATE OF OUR CITY 2020 POSTPONED DUE TO VIRUS
The Rotary Club of Centennial and the City of Centennial are pleased to announce the 16th Annual State of Our City Luncheon, 
  • Date: To Be Determined
  • Time: To Be Determined
  • Location: Embassy Suites Hotel - 10250 E. Costilla Avenue in Centennial. 
During this year’s event, Mayor Piko will recognize the individuals and organizations who make Centennial a better place to live and work.  Mayor Piko and the Rotary Club of Centennial will honor these community partners with the Centennial Community Choice award.
 
As in previous years, this event is expected to sell out and recommend you make your decision to attend as soon as possible. Please contact Diana Hall with all questions concerning the event.
 
Diana Hall
2020 Event Committee Chair
Rotary Club of Centennial
303-506-1105
The Santa Clothes Project enabled over 100 deserving high school students to shop for clothes at Kohls. Each student was allowed to select $100 in clothing at deeply discounted prices. Funds were supplied by local Rotary clubs and members from those clubs accompanied each student to assist in the shopping process.
Terry of CASA with the ceremonial Thanksgiving turkey at their annual luncheon. Club members supplied the food for 100 people and helped serve.