Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Glenwood Springs

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:15 PM
Rivers Restaurant
2525 So. Grand
Glenwood Springs, CO  81601
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Colorado State Website with helpful and updated information: 
Full editions of the Glenwood Post are available online: Click E-Edition near the top of the page.
Local philantropic opportunties abound.  Here are a couple:
LIFT-UP is charged with large distribution needs for food:
Mental Health Support and hotlines:  
Aspen Strong
Date: 06/19/2020 (Fri.)
Location: United Methodist Church at 824 Cooper Avenue
The Glenwood Springs Noon Rotary Club is proud to continue the tradition of Pie Days, begun by the Valley View Hospital Auxiliary. Proceeds benefit local and international Rotary service projects.
Homemade pies and other baked goods are needed!  Let us know by going to this link for easy sign up.
In the Comment box, please note the kind of pie. For example, pumpkin, fruit or pecan. That will help us make sure we have a wide variety of delicious treats.
Please deliver your pie from 4 to 5:30pm on Thursday, June 18 or by 7:30am on Friday, June 19 to the United Methodist Church. If you need a different delivery option, please note in the Comment box and a Rotarian will be in touch to coordinate with you.
Thank you for supporting this community tradition!
Our Rotary Club honors 3 Rotarians with a Paul Harris Awards Ceremony
Glenn Vawter and Doug Yajko are multiple Paul Harris Fellows who were honored. Darryl Mount received his first Paul Harris Fellow.
Rotary Youth Exchange students participate in the flag ceremony at District Conference in Cripple Creek. Goksu representing Turkey and the Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs.
There were three organizations who received Rotary Grant funds. These organizations were chosen because their project missions are in line with the selected Rotary theme for this year which is Education and Literacy.
$3,600 was granted to Family Visitor Program (Sandy Swanson executive director)
$3,000 was granted to Literacy Outreach (Martha Fredendall executive director)
$3,500 was granted to Raising a Reader (Rick Blauvelt executive director)
Rotary supports Valley View Hospital's Rally the Valley which raises money for alternative medicine for Cancer patients.
left to Right: Michelle Lefebvre (Rotarian), Andrea Palm-Porter, Deb Wilde (Rotarian), Carrie Podl-Haberern and not pictured Mike Wilde and Stacey Gavrell (Rotarian)
Our mailing address is:
Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs
P.O. Box 953
Glenwood Springs,  CO 81602
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