Date: 06/21/2019 (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 20 or by 7:30am on Friday, June 21 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!
Pie Days 2019 Debbie Wilde 2019-06-06 06:00:00Z 0
Hotel Colorado and Vapor Caves Turn 125 Jackie Skramstad 2019-01-06 07:00:00Z 0
Ringing the Bell for the Salvation Army Jackie Skramstad 2019-01-06 07:00:00Z 0
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.
Paul Harris Ceremony Jackie Skramstad 2018-11-16 07:00:00Z 0
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)
2018 Grant Recipients Jackie Skramstad 2018-10-14 06:00:00Z 0
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.
RYE at District Conference Jackie Skramstad 2018-10-14 06:00:00Z 0
3 Organizations were chosen to receive funding this year. These organizations were chosen because their mission aligns with the selected Rotary  theme for this year which is Education and Literacy.
$3,500 went to Raising a Reader,
$3,600 went to Family Visitor Program and
$3,000 went to Literacy Outreach.
2018 Rotary Grant Recipients Jackie Skramstad 2018-10-14 06:00:00Z 0
The Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs presents:

2017 Masquerade Ball

Saturday October 28, 2017 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Don't miss this exciting social standard in Glenwood Springs.  Enjoy an evening of great food, live music and dancing provided by the Symphony of the Valley and a guest DJ in the majestic Devereux Grand Ballroom of the Historic Hotel Colorado. 



Advance Purchase = $100 per ticket

                    (At the door = $120 per ticket)                     

For more information, contact us at (970) 355-9951


**Online bidders have the first chance to purchase items.  Online bidding will close at 1 P.M. on Saturday, Oct 28th.  Any items that have not reached full value will be offered for further bidding at the Masquerade Ball that evening**



Brought you by Rotary and Roaring Fork Young Professionals
Kick off your shoes and dance the night away to mixed music provided by LSP Productions
Hotel Colorado, Saturday Oct 28th
Doors open at 9:30 PM
Purchase Tickets Here: $20
*Masquerade Ball ticket purchase includes admission to the After Party



Masquerade Ball 2017-10-28 06:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 12, 2017
Get to know Carter Barger
Vocation:  Board Director & Executive Search Consultant (retired) 
When did you become a Rotarian and why did you join?
I joined the Concord, NH, Rotary Club in Feb. 1974.  My dad had been a Rotarian in our hometown of Bloomington/Normal, Illinois, so Rotary was in my culture.  I had recently started my company in NH and knew that the contacts and acquaintanceships made through Rotary would be beneficial. It was also a good opportunity to actively become a part of our newly adopted community. 
Tell us a little about yourself and your background in the community.
Kathy and I permanently relocated to Carbondale, CO, in August, 2015 after living in NH for 42 years.  Our son, Lee, and his family live in Glenwood Springs, and we had a vacation condo there from 2005-2014.  We love the climate, lifestyle, and skiing & biking this area has to offer. 
What is something most people do not know about you?
  1. I can fix/repair/remodel almost anything around a house.  I have installed over 20 windows of various types in properties I have owned.
  2. I once spoke Vietnamese fluently.
  3. I am addicted to Sudoku puzzles.
What do you do in your spare time?  Interests and/or hobbies.
Doing the stuff in #1 above, which most people don’t know about me!  Snowboarding, skiing, biking, tennis, and of course, Sudoku. 
What do you enjoy most about Rotary?  Share a good Rotary memory or moment.
The camaraderie with other Rotarians, visiting other Clubs when traveling.
As incoming President of the Concord Rotary Club, Kathy and I were sent to the Rotary International Convention.  Excited by the prospect of going to some exotic, foreign city, we were rewarded to go to the 1983 Convention in Kansas City, MO!  Hardly exotic, but a very enlightening and valuable experience.  One morning we went through the breakfast line at our hotel and looked around to join other Rotarians at their table.  A well-dressed black couple, which we assumed was from some African nation, was sitting alone, so we asked if we could sit with them.  Turned out they were from across the river in Kansas and were just staying at this hotel on their honeymoon.  I’m sure they were glad to get rid of us!
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District Governor's Visit 2015-09-25 00:00:00Z 0
Rally the Valley 2015 Ted Edmonds 2015-09-20 00:00:00Z 0
Bank of Colorado Demolition Fundraiser Ted Edmonds 2015-08-10 00:00:00Z 0
Rotary Club of Glenwood's 50th anniversary Ted Edmonds 2014-05-23 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Ted Edmonds on Jul 12, 2012
Dear Rotary Club members,

As your newly appointed Web Master my task is to allow all of our members to utilize more of the features of our site.  I need as much help as possible if we are to succeed.  If you are a program chair for a month please e-mail me the details of the speakers as soon as you know them.  This will allow me to update the calendar.  If you have news stories or photographs please send those as well. 

The following are some tips that might help you with the site.

1. The URL is

2. Many features such the calendar, stories, history, etc.  can be accessed from the home page without logging into the site.

3. Your login id is a combination of your first initial, your last name and 3264, for example tedmonds3264.

4. If you have not logged into the site before your initial password is your initial and last name.

5. If your password doesn't work click on the area labeled "I forgot my password" and it will be e-mailed to you.

6. Once you have logged in you may then go to the area labeled "admin".  This area is only available to our members. It contains several features that are helpful to you.  You can view your own profile and create one of several directories of all of the club members.  You can check your own attendance record and advise the secretary of make ups that may have missed.  You can generate and send an e-mail to some or all of the members.

Please feel free to contact me with any suggestions, comments or support needs that you may have.  My contacts are, 945-0556

Thanks for the help

Ted Edmonds
Web Master
Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs.
Club Bulletin Ted Edmonds 2012-07-13 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Ted Edmonds



This was the best year ever for our traditional Pancake Breakfast on Sunday morning.

We  served approximately 920, cooked up 12 cases of sausage, 45 gallons of Village Inn pancake batter and served 16 gallons of strawberries

Thanks to all of our sponsors who made this event a success:

Major Sponsors:
Village Inn, True Blue Coffee, Gran Farnum Printing, Bethel Party Rentals, McDonalds





Balcomb and Green



Bighorn Motors

Brew Pub

Coldwell Banker Mason & Morse Real Estate

2014 Strawberry Day's Pancake Breakfast. Ted Edmonds 0
Rotary Club of Glenwood's 50th anniversary Ted Edmonds 0
Posted by Ted Edmonds
The information for grant applications is located on the lower right of this home page under the area labeled Download.  For information or questions please send e-mail to
Grant Applications Ted Edmonds 0
Posted by Owen Walcher
Owen was asleep at the wheel as we presented this check to another worthy recipient of Rotary Funds.
Rotary Loves to Give Money Away Owen Walcher 0
Posted by Owen Walcher
In these tight economic times, fewer people have money for themselves, much less to give to others. That is why Rotary likes to help the Salvation Army at Christmas to collect the change folks have left over after a trip to the store.
Salvation Army Takes Greater Share of Community Money Owen Walcher 0
Posted by Owen Walcher
Raising more money then ever, and getting a larger percentage of participation from the club than any other single event outside Charter Night, a total hats off and three cheers to Jacqueline Skramstad, a new Rotarian for taking the lead on such an important Community project.
Rotary Crowns New Belling Ringing Queen Owen Walcher 0
Posted by Owen Walcher
Thanks to everyone that participated in Ski Spree 2011. The Chili Cook-Off was a huge hit and everyone went home stuffed. The Missing Link was key component this great local event.
2011 Chili Cookoff Great Success Owen Walcher 0
Strawberry Days Activities Glenn Vawter 0