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LONGMONT ROTARY 
May 7, 2024
Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser!  So Easy, So Yum!
Slick Haley Awards 2024
Josh Atherton,  Longmont Rotarian, opened the program by asking Dr. Al Carr to provide a brief reflection on the life of Dr. James (Slick) Haley.  This annual award is given to students who have faced difficult challenges during their school years but met those adversities with determination and ultimate success.  We congratulate and celebrate those students.  In attendance today were Dr. Haley's grandson, Seth Haley.  Our winners came from the four high schools in Longmont.
 
Photos:  Top Left:  Alizee Macias Soto, Silver Creek High School.  Top Right: Jose Cano Hinojos, Skyline High School
Bottom Left:  Jessayla Stiffler, New Meridian High School.   Bottom Right:  Sofia Valle Gonzales, Longmont High School
 
  
Who was Slick Haley?
For Dr. Carr, “James (Slick) Haley was a role model for me growing up in Longmont.  He was the complete physician!”   Slick was raised in Paonia, Colorado, attending CU for undergraduate studies. While at CU he became known as the Paonia Peach, for his athletic prowess, lettering in four varsity sports, and earning 12+ letters.  After college, he pursued a short career coaching high school athletics, however, he decided like his father to become a doctor.  After graduating from medical school, he started a medical practice in Longmont, met his wife Maxine Johnson, and joined the Rotary Club.  During WW II Slick served three years as an Army surgeon in New Caledonia, Okinawa, and Korea.  Slick helped form the 29th General Hospital (a 1000-bed field hospital in New Caledonia, the main receiving hospital for the Pacific Island battles). The nickname, Slick was earned during his military service, becoming quite an accomplished surgeon, performing surgeries for a very large Mash-like hospital quickly and effectively. After the war, Slick was the first surgeon in Longmont, active in his Rotary club, also serving in the local Boy Scout troop.  Slick loved to serve and he enjoyed helping youth to be successful.  Dr. Carr concluded his remarks by informing the students ..".Today you are receiving this award in the name of a truly outstanding individual, Rotarian, surgeon- truly a person for all seasons”. 
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Rotary EPIC Day of Service
Signups are looking good for our EPIC Day of Service on May 18th.  If you haven't already signed up, check out the EPIC Day of Service Website for a list of the projects and descriptions.  Sign up now, bring your family and friends. Questions can be directed to club member, Andy Lee or Rose Crispin.   
Or click to watch a video of these local service projects. 
Longmont Rotary Garage Sale
   
Upcoming Programs
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St. Vrain Valley School District Update
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Jun 04, 2024
Opiod Settlement Update: District Attorney's Office
Jun 11, 2024
Rotarians visit local businesses
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Longmont Rotary
Service Above Self
Tuesdays at 12:00 p.m.
First Lutheran Church
803 3rd Avenue
Longmont, CO 80501
United States of America
Our noon 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. We also have a Satellite group that meets in the evenings. See website for details.
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