The Rotary Club of Parker is comprised, first and foremost, of individuals who share a passion for goodwill and service.  Our members live and/or work in Parker, Colorado and in the surrounding communities.  Our members are the Parker community's working and retired business owners, executives, managers, political leaders, educators and professionals.

We value diversity, and membership is open to adult men and women of all ages.  Rotary is an nonpolitical and nonreligious organization, and membership is open to people of all cultures, races, and creeds.

The Rotary Club of Parker is continually adding new members.  Becoming a member involves you and the club getting to know each other to confirm that your membership in our club will be meaningful, and in turn, that you will be an added source of strength to our organization and the work we do.

The path to membership:

1.   Explore this website.   The site pages, stories, newsletter and calendars highlight some of our people and projects.

 

2.  Join us at meetings.  We hope that prospective members will attend at least three of our weekly club meetings.    Attending our meetings will give you a great sense of our people, the work we do, and the spirit of the club.  We meet from 7:00-8:15 a.m. Thursday mornings at:
Joy Lutheran Church
7051 E. Parker Hills Court
Parker, CO  80138
Note: During months with five Thursdays, we do not have a morning meeting on the fifth Thursday of the month, but instead have a social event that evening.  Check out our club calendar for more information.

 

3.  Meet with representatives from the Membership Committee.   After you have attended several meetings, you will have an opportunity to visit with some of our members to ask questions and learn the protocol for being proposed and being inducted as a new member.

 

For more information about joining Parker Rotary, please contact our Membership Chair, Pat Kendrick, at membership@parkerrotary.org