About the Boulder Rotary ClubLearn more about Boulder's first Rotary club and the largest club in the district.
What we’re about?
Uniting leaders. Exchanging ideas. Taking action.
For close 100 years, the Boulder Rotary Club has served our local, state and international community by embracing the motto, “Service Above Self.”
More than 200 community leaders strong, we join together to make our world a better place, focusing on youth education and leadership initiatives at local high schools to sponsorship of international youth exchange programs as well as educational scholarships. The lynchpins of the Club’s activities are more than two dozen local and international service projects. Just a few recent examples include:
● Crayons to Calculators, a school-supply drive created by Boulder Rotary providing local students with the tools they need to succeed.
● Visionaria, a cutting-edge program developed to empower young women in rural Peru realize their leadership skills and power as change agents,
● Blue Star Recyclers, an award-winning enterprise with a mission of providing certified electronics recycling services to create jobs for people with autism and other disabilities.
At weekly Friday, noon club meetings, egos and partisanship are checked at the door. Join us for lunch, fellowship, goodwill and a timely, interesting speaker regarding issues of interest in our community and world. With sixty committees, there are ample opportunities to get involved with the work of the club, no matter what your interest.
Ready to attend a meeting?
Club Executives & Directors
Immediate Past President
Martha Coffin Evans
Membership Committee Chair
Darla L. Schueth
Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
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