Serving for Over 100 Years!
Welcome to Longmont Rotary!
Our club was formed in 1919 and holds a rich membership mix of community trailblazers, leaders, and dedicated citizens serving greater Longmont and the world. Our club is 110 strong, we meet weekly on Tuesdays at 12:00 noon in the Friendship Hall of First Lutheran Church on 3rd and Terry Streets in Old Town Longmont.
The Rotary moto, Service Above Self, guides the actions of our club. At our noon club meetings, you will discover opportunities for service, enjoy fellowship around a delicious meal and experience learning through the weekly programs.  Our Satellite group provides club members an alternative meeting time should the weekly noon time prove difficult.  We engage in a variety of club projects that can include; raising funds for disaster/war torn areas of the world, polio eradication, Open World-which brings community leaders to Longmont to learn/share ideas, youth programs and supporting our local non-profits.  Our Longmont Charity Funds supports a vast array of local needs. New projects and collaboration efforts are always in action.  
We open each meeting with the Rotary 4-Way Test and the Pledge of Allegiance. We are proud citizens and Rotarians in service to our community and the world. 
*Photo taken on September 2019 at a special event, raising funds for the Rotary International Polio Plus program.  Our hand gesture was denoting "We are this close to eliminating polio throughout the world".