Embassy Suites – Loveland
Mindy McCloughan, Business and Business Services
Sharon Clinebell, Higher Education
Michelle Scallon, Education
Carolyn Gattis, Exceptional Volunteer
Joni Friedman, Government, Energy and Utilities
Laurie Steele, Leading Lady of a Lifetime
Rhonda Welch, Nonprofit – Creative Industry
Rotarian - Amy Pezzani, Nonprofit – Human Services
Connie Dohn, Real Estate, Construction and Development
Gordon Thibedeau, Outstanding Mentor
Online Tickets 4/1-4/10: $49
Door Tickets: $59
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The community of La Majada has 275 houses, of which 150 do not have water piping. Total population is 1,375. The rest of the houses have piping, but no water supply due to issues with water source. The residents of the village of La Majada currently live in unsanitary conditions, spending time and money on the hauling of water. This 54K project will bring clean water to the residents of La Majada. Work will begin once funds have been distributed; we will keep you posted on progress.
Thanks to our partners, the Rotary Foundation, Rotary District 5440<https://www.facebook.com/
Dr. Greg Dickinson, Chair and Professor, CSU Dept. of Communication Studies will discuss the origin, success, and evolution of the ACT Human Rights Film Festival at Colorado State University as a compelling and relevant expression of the 21st Century land grant mission. From the beginning, land grant universities wove together training and research in applied arts with world-class experiences in the liberal arts and sciences. Today, the liberal arts are central to how students, communities, and citizens experience the land grant mission. Drawing on a deep rhetorical tradition, the ACT Human Rights Film Festival uses the power of film to engage audiences in learning and understanding what it means to be human. The week-long festival seeks to connect and transform lives across a wide variety of human rights and social justice issues.
Human rights film festivals occur around the world, from Geneva and Glasgow to Melbourne and Mumbai. They are galvanizing cultural events. Very few occur in the United States, and none in Colorado.The ACT Human Rights Film Festival is born out of expertise in the Department of Communication Studies at Colorado State University in the area of media and visual culture.