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The Rotary Club of Fort Morgan
Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth
 
Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Fort Morgan strive to create and maintain a safe environment for all youth who participate in Rotary activities. To the best of their ability, Rotarians, Rotarians' partners, and other volunteers must safeguard children and young people with whom they come in contact, and protect them from physical, sexual, and psychological abuse. October 2021.
 
 
Welcome to our Club!
Fort Morgan

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
The Block
19592 E 8th Ave
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
United States of America
We meet every Tuesday. Guests are always welcome! Come join us!
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The Fort Morgan Rotary Club is working to make Fort Morgan a more “Bicycle Friendly” community! 
 
A bicycle repair station has been installed at the Brenda Joy Skate Park and the Rotary Club is planning to install two additional stations, one at Riverside Park and another at the Ft. Morgan Field House.
Grant funding from the Rotary District has been secured for one of these stations and funds for the second are being raised by the Rotary Club through a drawing for a brand-new e-bike, a $2,800 value.
 
The drawing for this e-bike will take place at the Thursday Night Concert in the Park, August 11th. You do not have to be present to win.
 
Tickets are available at the Rotary table at the weekly Thursday night concerts, by scanning the QR code below, or at https://fortmorganrotaryclub.square.site/. You will receive one entry into the drawing with a $10 donation, three entries into the drawing for $25, or six entries for $50.
Help the Fort Morgan Rotary Club make our community more bicycle-friendly by providing bicycle repair stations for the public.
 
The Fort Morgan Rotary Club would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of this project:
McDonald Chrysler/ Dodge/ Jeep/ Ram/ Toyota of Ft. Morgan, Viaero, 21st Century Equipment, Bicycle Adventure, Bank of Colorado, Brush State Bank, Golden Belt Bank, Colorado Cold Correct, and the Cover4 Theater.
The results are in and this year's 10th annual Fort Morgan Rotary Club Chili/Soup Cook-Off was a chilly success and delightful for all who attended! Congratulations to Gaige Stroh, whose Squash Vibes soup won Grand Prize and $100 cash prize! Dayleen Mitchell and Carol Johnson both won People's Choice awards for their soup and chili and each will receive $75 cash prize. This year's Grand Prize judges were Rotary District 5450 Governor Ray Anderson, Fort Morgan Chamber of Commerce Director Andrew Stieb, and Morgan County Economic Development Director Kristen Clifford-Basil.
 
Our sincerest thanks to our sponsors of this year's cook-off for making this year's event a success.
 
Executive Chef-level Sponsors:
  • Viaero Wireless
  • City of Fort Morgan
  • McDonalds Toyota of Fort Morgan
  • Insurance Connection
Sous Chef-level Sponsors
  • Bank of Colorado
  • Dayleen Mitchell of Cornerstone Brokers Realty, LLC
Station Chef-level Sponsors
  • Golden Belt Bank
  • Brush State Bank
  • Roger Schaefer Accounting
  • Fort Morgan Community Hospital Association
 

 
It's a 10th anniversary! This year's annual Fort Morgan Rotary Soup and Chili cook-off marks 10 years of prize-winning soups and chilis from members of our community. We invite you to join us on Saturday, December 18th, from 11am - 1pm at the Fort Morgan Library Park and Beaver street for this year's tasty cook-off! We're holding the price steady at only $5/person, while children 9 and under eat free. Come join us for the festivities at the Christmas Capital of the Plains! If you're interested in being one of our sponsors or you'd like to enter your soup or chili in the cook-off, please contact us at fortmorganrotarycookoff@gmail.com for more information.
 
Today the Rotary Club heard from Zach Schwindt of Origin Vanilla (www.originvanilla.com), a local businessman who is working with smallholder vanilla bean farmers around the world to give them greater access to markets. Origin vanilla can be purchased on their website or here locally at The Flower Petaler. We enjoyed Zach's story of how his company started and his plans for the future. Best of luck, Zach!
Today for Rotary we found out more about the meals delivery program for seniors in our area. Over 3K meals are delivered every month by volunteers. Our club delivers meals every Friday. Towards the end of the meeting we put together gift bags organized by our very own Carol Johnson to deliver to our seniors on the Friday before Christmas. Many thanks to all of our club volunteers and to the many other community volunteers that help to make Fort Morgan's Meet and Eat program a success!
 
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