Longmont Rotary Club
January 5, 2021
Longmont Rotary
Service Above Self
Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
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Longmont, CO 80501
United States of America
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Weekly Announcements
  • Chris Ray spoke about two opportunities to donate to Rotary. "Give the Gift of Rotary" supports the Annual Fund and is held on December 1. "Colorado Gives Day" will be held on December 8 and is an opportunity to support a variety of local nonprofit organizations.
  • Debbie Setlock spoke about our Holiday Day of Service, as suggested by DG Bob Kent. The Longmont Rotary Club will sponsor a Food & Coat Drive to benefit the Little Pantry at First Lutheran Church. Non-perishable food items, hygiene kit items and new or gently used coats can be dropped off at Peggy Shupe's home from November 19-December 19. Debbie will send out more details in an email to club members.\
  • Dave Ferro reminded members about the Salvation Army Bell Ringing that Longmont Rotary will support at the King Soopers at Hover and Nelson Roads from Thanksgiving weekend through Christmas Eve. Due to COVID restrictions, our club will only ring the bell on weekends, and also Christmas Eve. Sign ups will be held via Sign Up Genius,
Club Birthdays and Anniversaries
Dan Gust - 1/8
Alissa Jeffery - 1/11
John Caldwell - 1/14
Raeann Larsen - 1/18
Rose Crispin - 1/22
Debby Paris - 1/31
Clay Douglas - 1/1 - 29 years
Ron Lichter - 1/1 - 28 years
Jack Cletcher - 1/8 - 36 years
John Mees - 1/8- 36 years
Chris McVay - 1/15 - 8 years
David Wright - 1/17 - 9 years
Ken Cline - 1/18 - 10 years
Ryan Mason - 1/19 - 11 years
Les Wright - 1/20 - 12 years
Linda Snyder-Crockett - 1/28 - 24 years
Roger Jurgens - 1/29 - 36 years
Brian Coats - 1/31 - 26 years
Message from our Club President 

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.




Jan 19, 2021
Ball Aerospace: JPSS-1, the first Joint Polar Satellite Systems Spacecraft
Jan 26, 2021
Longmont Rotary Charity Fund (LRCF) Annual Meeting
Feb 02, 2021
COVID Grant Awards-3
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