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Parker

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 6:45 AM
Parker Adventist Hospital-Conference Center
9395 Crown Crest Blvd.
Parker, CO  80138
United States
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Meeting Responsibilities
August 24
Greeter 1
CLAIBORNE, KEN
 
Greeter 2 w/Secretary
ENDRES, MIKE
 
Pledge
SCHEUNEMAN, MARK
 
Inspiration
SCHEUNEMAN, MARK
 
4-Way Test
SCHEUNEMAN, MARK
 
September 7
Greeter 1
PETTETT, LI
 
Greeter 2 w/Secretary
 
Pledge
ENDRES, MIKE
 
Inspiration
 
4-Way Test
MARTIN, BEN
 
September 14
Greeter 1
BELLER, JANICE
 
Greeter 2 w/Secretary
 
Pledge
SHAFER, JACOB
 
Inspiration
 
4-Way Test
CLASEN, DON
 
September 21
Greeter 1
SHAFER, JACOB
 
Greeter 2 w/Secretary
LEHRMANN, GAIL
 
Pledge
MARTIN, BEN
 
Inspiration
 
4-Way Test
HILL, RANDY
 
September 28
Greeter 1
 
Greeter 2 w/Secretary
SHAFER, JACOB
 
Pledge
 
Inspiration
LEHRMANN, GAIL
 
4-Way Test
PETTETT, LI
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President - Board Officer
President Elect - Board Officer
Treasurer - Board Officer
Secretary - Board Officer
Co-Sergeant at Arms - Board Officer
Co-Sergeant at Arms - Board Officer
Youth Services - Board Member
Community Service - Board Member
International Service - Board Member
Grants Director - Board Member
Public Relations - Board Member
Rotary Foundation - Co-Board Member
Rotary Foundation Treasurer - Co-Board Member
Vocational Services - Board Member
Immediate Past President - Board Member
Membership Chairperson
 
 
Corporate Members
 
 
Latest Club News
The Rotary Club of Parker has glasses ready for immediate sale.  Rotarians and friends gathered Friday morning to etch the glasses.  The was a real Team Effort.  Thank you to Ron, Deanne, Li, Gail, Stacey, Tom, Alvaro, Jane, Kam and Carrie to a job well done!
Chaparral Student of the Month, Jack Anderson was presented her award by Rotarian Tom Furmanski.
Pictured are  Tiffany Anderson, Jack's mom and Rotarian Tom Furmanski.
 
 

"HAVE YOU BEEN HUNGRY??

Have you gone for a long period of time without eating? Parhaps you have fasted in your life. Most of us have been well fed. Many  American Indian children, and the family that they belong to, have very little or no food and turn to the Denver Indian Center for help.  On September 21 our club took two vehicles full of food, contributed by our members and the Parker Task Force, to the Denver Indian Center food bank. This food will be carefully distributed to needy families over the next  month.

In August the Denver Southeast club delivered food to the DIC. Here are the clubs lined up to help: Lakewood Foothills in October; Denver Club in November and The Highlands Ranch Club in December. We expect to successfully recruit twelve Rotary Clubs to take a month each year around.

Thank you for your help with this effort!!!!"   Mike

Rotarian Jack Braly was recently awarded his Paul Harris Fellow + 5 pin.   Alvaro Pisoni received his Paul Harris Fellow +1.  The pins were awarded by Rotarian Ben Martin, treasurer of our Rotary Foundation Board and Club President David Selden.

 
The Rotary Club of Parker is selling glasses to help feed the hungry.  Please get your order in NOW!!
 
Etched Wine Glasses or etched goblets are just $3.00 per glass OR 6 etched glasses for $10.00.
 
Non etched WINE glasses are 4 for $6 and goblets are 4 for $3.  All proceeds will go towards feeding the hungry.  Wince glass stems are in 4 different colors or you may choose all one color.  These will make great gifts for Birthdays, anniversaries, secret sisters, any holiday and more!
 
These will not be mailed and there are no exchanges or refunds.  Please help feed those in need!  To order email Kam at kamiebreitenbach@gmail.com or call her at 303.841.7368.
This past weekend on Saturday and Sunday the RCC at RVU put on a "MASH CAMP" for Douglas County High School Students.   The students learned about what it's like to go to a Medical School.  Rotarians Ben Martin, Ron and Jan Beller, Jane Johnson and Kam Breitenbach helped with registration and lunch. While the RCC to the lead most other clubs at RVU participated in the event.
 
 
 
Rotarian Bill Kelly presented this weeks Student of the Month award for Ponderosa High School.   Pictured from left to right are Milissa Hansen, teacher, Karen Anderson, grandmother, Gabriela, Mrs. Branchard, mother and Bill Kelly.
 
  . Tom L. Tom Levy, RYLA Juniors Counselor.  Tom addressed club members and guests about his experience this year at RYLA volunteering as a junior counselor.
Rotarian Ben Martin spoke to the Rotary Club of Parker members and guests about the Constitution.
On Friday, September 22nd join us to learn how to etch glass.   We will be etching glasses for sale at the local Craft Fairs to raise funds for the Hungry during the Holidays.  NO EXPERIENCE, no talent needed. Come and be amazed.   Friends and family welcome.  RSVP to kamiebreitenbach@gmail.com or call Kam at 303.841.7368.  
 
Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Tom Strzalkowski
Sep 28, 2017
Parker Fencing Academy
Maj Gen Steven Best
Oct 05, 2017
Executive Director, Continental District, National Cemetary Administration
Nominating Committee Chair
Feb 08, 2018
Parker Impact Award Nominee Presentations