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.
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.
Latest Club News
The Rotary Club of Parker is doing what it can to help respond to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and the resulting dislocations in our society.
We have made financial contributions to three organizations that serve hard-hit populations:
  • Rotarian Mike Endres was able to present checks to two local organizations while he was volunteering at SECORCares.   First, Mike hooked up with Kevin Fox and Lori Gloer of Aging Resources of Douglas County.  Shown below are Mike (right) with Kevin Fox.  Click here for more information on the services offered by Aging Resources of Douglas County. 
  • Mike also presented a check to Dennis Gorton, Executive Director of SECORCares.  Depending upon the day, SECORCares has been experiencing 3-4 times the normal volume of guests using the food bank and could benefit from additional volunteers.  Most volunteer shifts are two hours if you’d like to get out of the house to help provide some essential services.  Information is available on the SECORCares website.  
  • Finally, Rotarian Ron Beller presented a check to fellow Rotarian Steve Budnack, Executive Director of the Parker Task Force.  For more information on the work and needs of the Parker Task Force, click here to visit their website. 
Thank you to the crew of Rotarians who staffed the food drive for the Parker Task Force at the Stroh Ranch King Soopers on Saturday, March 7.  We collected 71 boxes of food, including 55 pounds of butter and 45 pounds of cheese!
From the left: Rotarian Steve Trevino, Ponderosa teacher Kasie Chihoski, Dad Joel Peterson, Ponderosa Student of the Month Lily Peterson, Mom Beth Peterson, Grandma Betty Dalrymple
Congratulations to Lily Peterson, the Student of the Month for Ponderosa High School!  Lily plays both violin in the orchestra and percussion in the Ponderosa marching band and other ensembles.  She has served the Ponderosa community on Student Council, on the Link Crew and with Wish Week. (Click here for an article on this year’s Wish Week at Ponderosa, which has just concluded.)   She has received academic letters all four years of high school. In her free time, Lily likes to do Western pleasure riding. Lily plans to attend Montana State University to study criminal psychology.
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Parker

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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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
Club Service - Board Member
Community Service - Board Member
Fundraising - Board Member
Grants Director - Board Member
International Service - Board Member
New Generations - Board Member
Public Relations - Board Member
Club Foundation President - Board Member
Club Foundation Treasurer - Board Member
Membership Chairperson
Program Chair