Click on Image Above to Register. 
CLUB NEWS & EVENTS 
Check out this 45 minute video from Longmont Public Media: The Backstory, which showcases the Rotary clubs in Area 11 event on February 15th: A Rotary Call to Action:  Building Peace One Community at a Time.  
Come meet our Rotary 5450 District Governor, Buchi Antikpezie along with our three panelists:  Jim Halderman, Chair, Peace Committee Rotary District 5450, Steve Werner,  Partnering for Peace, Ramone Sanders, Restorative Justice-Longmont. We will end our program on February 15th  with "A Call To Action", presented by Tim Waters, Rotary & Longmont City Council Member.  It is our hope that we can create many "Calls to Action" going forward.  Join Us.  Come learn. Get inspired and Help Create!!
The Rotary Clubs in Area 11 include: Longmont Twin Peaks, Longmont Rotary and Niwot Rotary.

 

Award-wining journalist, writer and social entrepreneur, Maria Karagianis, spoke to Longmont Rotary about the Boston based non-profit organization, Discovering Justice.  Maria was the founding executive director of Discovering Justice, a nationally recognized democracy and justice education organization.  Maria independently created the vision and most of the intellectual capital for Discovering Justice. Its activities include mock trials, plays with professional actors about themes from American constitutional history using courtrooms as theaters, docent-led architectural tours, and a ground-breaking civics curriculum called "Children Discovering Justice,” now taught to thousands of children in the Boston public schools.  Today, Discovering Justice has blossomed into a nonprofit with 14 full- and part-time employees and a $1.2 million budget.  Nice work Maria!  We are lucky to have you as a member of Longmont Rotary!
Photo of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, shaking the hand of an eighth-grader from the Boston Public Schools.
 

Kim Manajek, the Director of the Longmont Museum spoke to us about the mission, vision and future direction of the museum.  The Longmont Museum is a center for culture in Northern Colorado where people of all ages explore history, experience art, and discover new ideas through dynamic programs, exhibitions, and events.   

The Longmont Museum was founded in 1936 and in 1940, the first exhibits opened to the public in the carriage house at the Callahan House. The Museum kept outgrowing its spaces, experiencing multiple moves and restructuring.  In  November 1999, Longmont voters approved $5 million in a bond issue to build a new museum, now enjoying its current location just east on Main St.   In 2015, the Museum opened the Stewart Auditorium, an 11,000 square foot expansion made possible by a $4.5 million capital campaign. The expansion included the 250-seat Stewart auditorium, a stage area, atrium and classrooms. 

Kim addressed the current Strategic Plan for the museum.  For details follow this link. 

Charlie Kamenides, Waste Services Manager spoke on the Zero Waste Resolution and the Universal Recycling Ordinance for Longmont.  “Our goal is a zero waste resolution with everyone in”.
On September 27, Longmont City Council passed an updated Zero Waste Resolution, a non-binding document that sets new targets and guides future decision-makers on reducing waste in the Longmont Community.  
The new Resolution sets a new target of 75% of trash diverted from the landfill by 2030 and 95% by 2050.  For more details of this resolution, follow the links below. 
 
 

Deborah Simmons, co-founder of The Re-entry Initiative (TRI), introduced Emily Kleeman, the Executive Director of TRI, a program designed to provide support to formally incarcerated adults. 

Emily started her presentation with an experiential activity, inviting Rotary volunteers to line up against a wall and following their cue cards (violent history, no ID, no Medicaid, no family support, etc) would would take one step forward as Emily called out some specific attribute or limitation the individual is facing.  The outcome was very few (actually only one), made it across the room.  The exercise emphasized the many challenges recently incarcerated individuals have once back in society.  These hurdles can ultimately lead to re-incarceration.  The vision of TRI is to offer formally incarcerated adults an opportunity to thrive in the community without reoffending. Their slogan, From Surviving to Thriving is manifested through the comprehensive services inside and outside prison walls that empower adults.   The Reentry Initiative is a 501(c)(3) organization, registered in the state of Colorado. TRI has served over 300 men and woman.  

              
Longmont Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
First Lutheran Church
803 3rd Avenue
Longmont, CO 80501
United States of America
All our meetings are in-person and a buffet meal is provided. Lunch is served at 12pm. The actual meeting starts at 12:30 and ends at 1:30 pm.
Click on image above to learn about Longmont Rotary's Satellite Group. 
             Rotoreador                    (Club Newsletter)
Monthly Club Social
Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Subscribe to our eBulletin and stay up to date on the latest news and events.

Club Executives & Directors
President
Co-President Elect
Co-President Elect
Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
PR and Communications
Membership
Satellite Director
Local Service
Vocational Service
International Services
Foundation
Youth Services
Club Presidents  (1919-2019)
Click on image to view slide show
Upcoming Events
UPCOMING CLUB SPEAKERS
Charlotte Tyson
Jan 31, 2023
Annual Charity Fund
Harriett Downer
Feb 07, 2023
The Rotary Visioning Process
Amine Tarhini
Feb 14, 2023
Economics of Lebanon
Charlotte Tyson and Edwina Salazar
Mar 14, 2023
Literacy Committee and Philippines Project
Ben Thompson, Membership Committee
Mar 21, 2023
Membership Part 3
Tower of Compassion
The Tower of Compassion in Kanemoto Park represents the  Five Levels of Compassion.
RSS
Remembering Jewish Salonica

Albert Bourla's story of how his parents survived the Holocaust provides a vivid picture of the Jewish experience in Thessaloniki. His story has important lessons today for all of us in our very troubled world.

Second woman nominated as Rotary International president

Second woman nominated as Rotary International presidentEVANSTON, Ill. (January 24, 2023) — Stephanie Urchick, member of the Rotary Club of McMurray, PA, USA, will become the second woman to take office as president of

Leveraging expertise: Shelterbox

ShelterBox: A desire to help, a global relief partner, opportunities to respond after disastersShelterBox, an internationally known disaster relief organization and one of Rotary's key partners, originated as a Rotary club

6 Rotary members honored as People of Action: Champions of Inclusion

6 Rotary members honored as People of Action: Champions of InclusionTheir commitment shows how inclusion makes an

Expand our reach: a conversation with Katey Halliday

Expand our Reach: A Conversation with Katey HallidayMeet Katey Halliday. A member of the Rotary Club of Adelaide Light, Australia, and a charter member of the Rotaract Club of Adelaide City, Halliday serves on Rotary's Diversity, Equity,

Rotary Service In Action