Club of University Hills (Denver)
On Thursday October 15th a Group of twelve from University Hills Rotary toured the Denver Botanical Garden.  An event planned by our Fellowship Chair Xenia Matteson.
Rotary District 5450 Natural Disaster Response Committee, which former President Mike Hitchcock is co-chair, has a started an initiative to help small businesses devastated by the Oregon wild fires.  Please click the link below to learn more.  The short of it is ten Rotary clubs in Oregon are offering grants to small business people to get small tools and equipment to help get back on their feet.  Not just them but with this equipment they can start building back the towns and communities destroyed by the wild fires.  Please click on the link below and learn more about this district initiative that Mike and his team put together, and consider making a donation.

                        LIVE FROM GERMANY!

Guest Speaker: Rachel Lonsdale, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
                         Polio Program Advocacy & Communications

Sunday, November 1st via Zoom
Noon to 1:00 pm – Mountain Standard Time
$28 per person - $25 will be donated to End Polio
Registration closes at noon Saturday, Oct. 31

REGISTER NOW! (Denver Rotary Club members register with your club)

Each $25 donation will be matched 2:1 by the Gates Foundation - helping to vaccinate 125 children per registration! Both you and your club will earn donation credit.

Additional polio donations beyond the $25 are encouraged! Donate online at
Make checks to The Rotary Foundation - mail to District 5450, 5103 Dvorak Circle, Frederick CO 80504

Brittney Woodrum, Shelter Box Ambassador, climbed all 58 Colorado 14'ers this summer with a Shelter Box strapped to her back.  University Hills Rotary through direct contributions from our members sponsored Brittney's climb to the summit of Mt. Sneffels in Ouray County.  To learn more about Brittney's project go to



How two U.S. Clubs and two Honduran Clubs, together with Project C.U.R.E., collaborated to provide assistance to two struggling Honduran hospitals

By Joyce Hersh
In a complex international service project, two U.S. Rotary Clubs have completed a one-of-a-kind, joint effort involving two Honduran Rotary Clubs and Project C.U.R.E, an internationally known humanitarian organization headquartered in Centennial, Colo.  The plan:  to ship life-saving medical equipment and supplies to two government-operated hospitals in Honduras, one in La Paz and the other in the city of Comayagua.  What is unique is how the story behind this effort evolved and was made possible by the generosity, cooperation and hard work of the four Rotary Clubs and Project C.U.R.E.  -  Click Here for video of the project.

University Hills Rotary Club has achieved the rare designation of  "100 percent Paul Harris Fellow Club" not once but twice in the past 9 years.  And through the E Brent Hobson Scholarship Fund, we have awarded over $300,000 in scholarships to graduates of Colorado high schools pursuing STEM degrees at Colorado colleges or universities in roughly that same time period.

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Nov 20, 2020
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Fridays at 12:00 PM
Madden Museum of Art
Palazzo Verdi Corporate Office Building
6363 South Fiddler's Green Circle
Greenwood Village , CO 80112
United States of America
(303) 949-6102
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