On Wednesday, December 8th, at noon at the Lincoln Center, we will hear from Ryan Bailey, a faculty member at CSU in the Department of  Civil and Environmental Engineering.  Our speaker’s research focuses on watershed management to sustain water quantity and quality. For Rotary, he will target the Ogallala Aquifer (OA), one of the largest freshwater aquifers in the world, covering portions of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
For our November 24 in-person noon meeting, rather than having a more traditional speaker, Bill West led us into a series of round-table discussions to elicit member feedback on programs and membership.  At each of the tables in the room, one of our past presidents facilitated a discussion, based on a series of questions on a flyer on the table, around some of the possible aspects of the future of our organization. 

Last week, our Rotary Foundation Chair, Andrew Stewart, led the annual Rotary Foundation update.  November is Rotary Foundation month.  This year’s goals include adding 5 new Paul Harris Fellows and 5 more member donations.  The financial goal of $10,000 has already been met, currently at $15,000.

Northern Colorado Wildlife Center was recently awarded a $1,000 community grant under our education program cycle.  They will use this grant to provide free family-friendly wildlife education classes to teach FC residents how to safely intervene when they find wildlife in distress or are experiencing a human-wildlife conflict on their property. Tallon Nightwalker, executive Director is accepting the check from Steve Schaefer.

Double your impact!

During our Rotary Foundation campaign through 11/30/21, a club member will match your donation to the Rotary Foundation Annual Fund made through our Club, up to $25,000 total – creating up to $50,000 for the Rotary Foundation!

Triple your points! 

We will also triple your points, so for a $300 donation, you will receive an extra 600 Foundation recognition points, thus allowing you to reach the next Paul Harris fellow level fast.* The Rotary Foundation transforms our gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world. With your help, we can make lives better in our community and around the world.
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5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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