Rotary Club of Parker
Parker, Colorado
We currently have hybrid meetings: an in-person meeting with a Zoom component.  
Please go to the Calendar to see the dates, formats and speakers of our meetings.
Parker Uncorked a Success!

Thank you to everyone who participated in Parker Uncorked, our first annual wine-tasting fundraiser! 

Click here to view a slideshow with some highlights of the event.  Follow us on the event Facebook page for the latest updates on wineries in attendance and sponsors.

Latest Club News

Thank you to all the Rotarians and members of the Parker community who helped support the food drive for the Parker Task Force on Saturday, November 19.  Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Parker were stationed at the Stroh Ranch King Soopers.  Thank you shoppers for your generosity!

A wild and furry crew of Rotarians and friends planted perennials in the sensory gardens at Praying Hands Ranch in October.  The Rotary Club of Parker has a long-standing relationship with the ranch, a therapeutic riding center.  The plants were all donated by Tagawa Gardens -- thank you so much!

Rotary has partnered with organizations around the world since 1988 in an attempt to completely eradicate the disease polio from the world.  We have gotten tantalizingly close, but the last push is going to take an all-out effort for a few more years.  The October 2022 issue of Rotary magazine has an excellent article summarizing the progress that we have made and explaining some of the recent stumbling blocks that have cropped up.  But Rotary maintains its commitment to pursuing the achievable goal of eradicating polio completely.

One of the best ways YOU can contribute to this effort is by making a donation to PolioPlus.  The attached chart presented by Mike Oldham and John Huffaker from Rotary magazine shows how the funds have been used.  District 5450 has gone a step further by encouraging all of us to join the PolioPlus Society, committing to donate $100 a year until the world is certified polio-free by the World Health Organization.  Click here to download the information on the PolioPlus Society.

Parker Uncorked went splendidly well, particularly for our first outing.  If you were not able to attend the event in person, click here to view a slide show with some highlights.

Thank you to Michael Graham-Hyde and Alex Doyle for your work to get this inaugural fundraiser going.  And thank you to all of the Rotarians who pitched in, either through volunteering or through sponsoring.

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Parker

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Parker Library
20105 E Mainstreet
Parker, CO 80138
United States of America
We have hybrid meetings with a Zoom option. Email for the Zoom link.
Rotary's Annual Theme: 2022-2023 
Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
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Who Are We?
Club Executives & Directors
President - Board Officer
President Elect - Board Officer
Secretary - Board Officer
Treasurer - Board Officer
Co-Sergeant at Arms - Board Officer
Co-Sergeant at Arms - Board Officer
Community Service - Board Member
International Service - Board Member
Club Service - Board Member
Co-Chair Youth Services
Co-Chair Youth Services
Fundraising - Board Member
Past President - Board Member
Club Foundation President - Board Member
Club Foundation Treasurer - Board Member
Program Chair
Membership Chairperson
Vocational Services
Click the button above to support the work of the Rotary Club of Parker by making a donation to the Rotary Club of Parker Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Colorado corporation.