Rotary Club of Parker
Parker, Colorado
 
Note: As of March 12, 2020 the club is suspending all in-person meetings and activities until further notice in response to the coronavirus outbreak.  Please go to the Calendar to see the dates of our virtual meetings; click here for information on how to take part in a virtual meeting.
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#WorldPolioDay is 24 October!  Donations to #endpolio help @Rotary and its partners reach every child with the polio vaccine to protect them from the paralyzing disease. Donate now: endpol.io/give
We are thrilled to start up the Student of the Month program again by honoring Grace Liberati as the Student of the Month (October) for Ponderosa High School.  Grace joined us at our October 8 Zoom meeting, along with her parents Jon and Sandra Liberati and her math teacher Neal Rosengren.
 
Grace has served the Ponderosa community in a variety of roles, including as an English tutor, on Student Council, Ponderosa Activity Cabinet, Ponderosa Athletic Council, Link Crew, and as an officer in DECA.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and the National English Honors Society. She has also been on the varsity tennis team throughout her high school career and serves as the manager of the boys’ tennis team. 
 
Grace has applied to a variety of colleges and is considering majors in criminology, political science and journalism.  Congratulations, Grace!  We wish you the best in your future endeavors.
 
 
 
Honoring the Parker Police Department looks a little different in a pandemic, but behind those masks are Parker Police Chief Jim Tsurapas and Club President Pat Kendrick.  Pat is presenting Chief Tsurapas with a copy of the resolution adopted by the club on July 2, honoring the service of the department.  As the resolution notes, the "Parker Police Department has long been at the forefront of community-oriented policing and has practiced transparency when dealing with the public and in the implementation of policies that ensure fair and respectful interaction with the citizens it serves."  For the full text of the resolution, click here
 
We mourn the death of long-time Rotarian Irv Buck on August 17, 2020.  Irv had just celebrated his 86th birthday. 
 
You are invited to participate in a celebration of the life on Thursday, August 27, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the courtyard of the Performing Arts Center (PACE) in Parker, Colorado (20000 Pikes Peak Avenue, Parker, CO 80138).  The ceremony will be followed by a dessert reception.  No RSVP is necessary.  
 
Mindful of the challenges of the ongoing pandemic, the celebration will be held in a format consistent with the current health and safety guidelines, including masks and physical distancing.  In the course of the celebration, following the planned speakers, an opportunity will be provided for anyone to make remarks who might wish to do so.  
 
Please click here to view Irv's obituary. 
The workers on June 27
 
The workers on July 13
 
A group of Rotarians was able to get together in person to launch a project to refurbish the garden at Praying Hands Ranch, a therapeutic riding center.  Judging by the amount of debris that was generated, the work mornings were a great success!  See the before and after photos below.  Thank you to Ron Sorlein for organizing the event.
 
What the garden looked like when we started -- a jungle
 
After the first work morning -- the garden structure revealed!
Thank you to all the sponsors and participants of the 2020 State of the Town business luncheon and Impact Award, hosted by the Rotary Club of Parker.
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
PACE Center/Parker, Colorado
 
Click here to see the recipients of the 2020 Parker Impact Award.  
Click here to view a slide show of the event.
Click here for information on being a sponsor of the Rotary Club of Parker.
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Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Joy Lutheran Church
7051 E. Parker Hills Court
Parker, CO 80138
United States of America
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