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Boulder Rotary Club #1091, District 5450
Benefiting our Community and our World
through action, integrity, service and fellowship
Meets at Noon on Friday at the Boulder Jewish Community Center
6007 Oreg Avenue, Boulder, CO 80303
Boulder Rotary Office 720-772-1091
Mailing Address: PO Box 17635
Boulder, CO 80308
Boulder Rotary Club Foundation (BRCF)
PO Box 743
Boulder, CO 80306
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We are the oldest and largest club in the Boulder area with about 220 members who are extremely active in all avenues of Rotary service. Our club is well known for the quality of our programs and for our friendly hospitality. We welcome all visitors!
Please contact our Club office at 720-772-1091 or if you have any questions about our meetings or membership in this active, involved and FUN club!
Marty Evans, 2017-18 President, Boulder Rotary Club
Dr. William Briggs spoke about the history of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, contained in the Bill of Rights and its repercussions on gun ownership in the United States.
Applications are now being accepted by BRC for Leo Hill Scholarships for seniors graduating from Boulder Valley High Schools in 2018 to attend two-year community colleges or trade schools.   Information and forms may be downloaded from the "Club Documents" tab, above.  Applications must be received no later than Friday, March 21, 2018.
Join local mental health experts at a series of free programs spotlighting important mental health issues impacting the Boulder community.  The next program is at 6:30 pm on April 30 at the BJCC, entitled "Addiction is a Brain Disease: treatment works and recovery happens."
Ann Noonan, Director of Substance Use Disorders Center for Excellence at Mental Health Partners, will help shed light on the complexities of the disease of drug addiction and how new avenues of treatment can lead to successful recovery. She will be followed by a panel of experts from the CU Collegiate Recovery Center, Harmony Foundation and Denver Recovery Group who will discuss how we can adopt policies and programs that reduce drug addiction and improve our community’s well-being.
Sponsored by the Boulder and Boulder Valley Rotary Clubs, Boulder Community Health Foundation, and Mental Health Partners.
Upcoming Events
Lindsey Sachs
Mar 23, 2018
Leadville 100
David Skaggs
Mar 30, 2018
Advice for Todays Politicians? Check with the Founders
David Griffith
Apr 06, 2018
Seventy Amazing Years of the Conference on World Affairs
Michael Brady
Apr 13, 2018
BRC's Three-Year Vision Plan
Volunteers Needed
Would you like to make a difference to a child? Reading Partners is a club Literacy project that pairs Rotarians up with Boulder Valley School District children for the purpose of reading. We are in the process of setting up a training class with BVSD. Contact Jeane Lindeke or Pam Hyink for information.
Young RYLA is looking for Rotarian counselors for Young RYLA week number two, which will be held from July 29th through August 3rd. Contact Bill Rubin for more information.


Do you enjoy attending Rotation Day? Looking for a different committee experience? The Rotation Day committee is looking for assistance both on the planning committee and volunteer help the day of. Help with securing and organizing location sites, the attendance tracking, multi-media for online-registration, announcements, etc. Even if you can do only one of these things, we would so appreciate your help to make this year's Rotation Day exceptional! Date will be around the 1st of June. Contact Erin Ratay at or 303-241-6180.
Rotaract is looking for some volunteers for Peaceful Schools this year on Friday afternoon from 3-4pm. The program is held across the street from the UMC at the University Hill Elementary School. If you are unfamiliar with the program, it entails reading to young children and explaining the moral of the story with the hope of inspiring patient and loving collaboration between the children. If you are able to spare an hour of your Friday once every 2 or 3 weeks please email Liz.