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Dale Sherrod and Wein Pin-Yeh hosted the the annual talent show for Longmont Rotary. Don Owen played "Amazing Grace" on the saw and "Standing on the Promises" on the harmonica. Phil Crews played the guitar and sang "What Do You Do After Christmas". Dale Sherrod played "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" on the piano and the Silver Creek Fiddlers played an Irish Folk song. Thanks to all of our dedicated entertainers and to Dale and Wein for all of their work on coordinating this program!
Katharine Reece is the Donor Relations Manager for the I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County. The organization is working to close the opportunity gap in education in Boulder County. "I Have a Dream" was founded in 1981 by Eugene Lang in Harlem, New York. Today, there are 22 affiliates in the U.S. and Boulder County is the largest affiliate.
The organization works to improve the graduation rate in Boulder County and believes that the entire community is responsible for student success. A recent survey showed that Boulder County is least open to minorities, immigrants and refugees. As a result, many people of color feel excluded from our community.
I Have a Dream seeks to identify affected students and create resources to close the gap. The organization provides social and emotional support to "dreamers" and up to $10,000 in post-secondary tuition education assistance to each dreamer. Fifty to sixty students in a grade school or housing site form a "cohort" and opt in for 12+ years of support. I Have a Dream forms partnerships with school districts and housing partners.
Family partnerships include home visits, support with parent-teacher conferences, mentoring and support navigating the educational system. Additionally, post-secondary and career support are offered, along with scholarships.
I Have a Dream of Boulder County employs 32 full-time and part-time staff, 30 Notre Dame Americorps members and 700 volunteers. For more information, contact Katharine at
Our Young Rotarians continue to meet every other week via a Zoom call.  The silent auction will be postponed, a fundraising event to benefit the Philippines Project, providing food and school supplies to children in that area.  

Hello Everyone,


The Rotary theme for 2020-21 is Rotary Opens Opportunities.. A key goal for the upcoming Rotary year will be how do we maintain and continue all that the club has built over the last 100+ years?  What do we need to do to maintain the club as a cohesive unit?  How do we continue to support our community through local grants and projects?  How do we continue to support Rotary International, the Foundation, and Polio plus?  Also, how do we prepare for the day when programs like RYLA are able to resume?  


A friend of mine is a multiple time cancer survivor.  He always says that tough times mean that better ones are in the future.  With that in mind, my focus will be on how we maintain what we have today, and how we prepare to transition to the other side of our current paradigm.  Longmont Rotary has a great tradition and a great group of people.  Like everything else these days, things will be a little more difficult than usual, but we can and will succeed.




Longmont Rotary

Service Above Self

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Longmont, CO 80501
United States of America
Due to COVID-19, we are not meeting on-site, however, our meetings are currently on-line every Tuesday, 12:30-pm to 1:30 pm. Follow the Contact Us link on the website to request a link invitation.
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Zach Allen
Mar 02, 2021
Windy Gap project & Chimney Hollow Reservoir Project
Bruce Stahlman, CFO
Mar 09, 2021
Resilience & Optimism
Debbie Platts
Mar 16, 2021
Russia and the Soviet Union
Margrit Parker
Mar 23, 2021
Colorado State Judges - How they are selected and retained
Professor M.D. Kinoti
Mar 30, 2021
Nonprofit/NGO Management
Yat-Chen Chou
Apr 06, 2021
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Michael Langona, Epidemiologist
Apr 13, 2021
Covid-19 Updates
Dee Marie, MA, CYT
Apr 20, 2021
CALMING KIDS: Creating a Non-Violent World
Byron Kominek
Apr 27, 2021
Jack's Solar Garden & Colorado Agrivoltaic Learning Center
Erik Mason
May 04, 2021
Book: "Longmont: The First 150 Years"
Bruce Davies
May 11, 2021
Tour Estes Park
Angel Hoffman
Jun 01, 2021
Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia
Representative Tracey Bernett
Jun 08, 2021
Day in the Life of a Legislator
Scott Cook, CEO
Jun 22, 2021
Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce
Longmont Rotary
Jun 29, 2021
Officers Induction
How we got there: WHO African region is certified free of wild poliovirus

In a challenging time, Rotary members and partners have shown drive in overcoming challenges.

What it's like to survive through two pandemics

What it’s like to survive polio and

Peacebuilding can be a matter of networks

Randall Butler is the chair of the peacebuilding committee of a club with more than a century of dedication to fostering peace.

Honolulu to host 2027 Rotary International Convention

Honolulu to host 2027 Rotary International ConventionHONOLULU (Feb. 18, 2021) — Almost one year after canceling its international convention in Honolulu due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Rotary announced it will

Rotary Foundation receives highest rating from Charity Navigator for 13th consecutive year

Rotary Foundation receives highest rating from Charity Navigator for 13th consecutive