This Wednesday, April 7th at noon, we are honored to host former Mayor of Fort Collins (and former RCFC Member), Douglas P. Hutchinson.  After some introductory remarks from Dave Stewart, our speaker will share a bit of history from his college years, when he worked for the US Forest Service as a White Pine Fire Tower watchman with his wife, Cathy (now, of blessed memory).
Last week, water attorney James Eklund (please see his extensive resume and experience in last week’s Rotogear) interrupted his vacation to Crested Butte (the wonder of Zoom!) to share with us the current status of Water in the West, especially the Colorado River.  He began with an adaptation of Rotary’s 4 Way Test, from the “truth” about water in the West to making water policy “beneficial to all concerned”.
Homeward Alliance was recently awarded a $7750 Community Grant from RCFC.  Homeward Alliance operates a continuum of services for individuals including basic needs, housing-focused case management, behavioral health, and employment programs, and they oversee the Murphy Center, a resource center in Larimer County for people experiencing homelessness. 
Rotarians Don Jorgensen and Kathy Nicol present the check to Pam Brewer, Development Director.
RCFC's Peace Initiative has had an ambitious effort to connect the study of peace literacy with the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic.  RCFC is thrilled to report that the Rotary Foundation has contributed its share to what was raised locally and in Denver toward the $35,000 needed to continue efforts to promote sustainable peacebuilding in the impoverished nation of Burundi.
Club Meeting Information

Noon Meetings

Wednesday at 12:00 PM
Online until further notice
Evening Meetings
1st and 3rd Wednesdays
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Locations vary and are listed on club calendar
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