Service Above Self
We meet Thursdays at 12:10 PM
Lone Tree Country Club
9808 Sunningdale Blvd.
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Posted by Fred Erb on Jun 21, 2011
Membership questions please call the Membership Chairperson, Mary Kay Hasz, at 303-888-1867
Program questions please call the Program Chairperson, Tom Havens, at 303-663-7319
Posted by Doug Doig
Welcome to the home page for the Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch. We're very proud of our club. We do a lot of great projects, but we have a lot of fun, too.
In 2010 we were awarded outstanding club out of 57 clubs in our district. While this is a significant recognition, it is simply a statement of our enjoying coming together for service and making great friends in the process.
You will notice on this page under "downloads" the title "vocational directory". You now have direct access to a list of Highlands Ranch Rotarians and their professions with business telephone numbers. As people who are committed to living our lives by the 4 way Test of things we think, say,or do, we often go out of our way to do business with like minded people.
Also below, you will see a list of "Things We Do". Study it for a moment and realize what a great group of people we are, and what positive impact we make on our community, nation, and world. Coming together as individuals and working as a group we truly do make an impact.
Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch
List of Club-Sponsored Activities and Projects
Annual Gala Fund-Raiser
Rotary Youth Exchange
Project Warm Hearts
Highlands Ranch Rotary Foundation Inc.
Interfaith Community Services
Guitars for Troops
Homes for Troops
Paul Harris Fellowships
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (“RYLA”)
Annual Peach/Pear Sale
Western Welcome Week
Family of Rotary
Group Study Exchange (GSE)
Business Ethics in the High School
Click on "more" for details about all these areas
Posted by Marion Trummer on Nov 22, 2011
Douglas County Rotarians at Work Committee (DCRAW) are excited to announce that the land has been purchased for Nick Orchowski and his family!!
This means that coming up (most likely in January or maybe February) there will be many volunteer opportunities (click here for list) for the Build Brigade (the three-day event in which professional contractors get the home to a "dried-in" status!! Listed on our web page are responsibilities where volunteers are needed. Additionally, some areas need a "Key Volunteer" meaning you will manage the volunteers who sign up under that area (indicated by the"sign up" showing that spot has not yet been filled. You
can volunteer all 3 days or for just a couple of hours- please notate h ow much you intend to volunteer. All 6 clubs are sending the list out to their clubs and we will have to cap volunteers at some point. If you have child 5th grade and above they may join the Green Team, please include your child and their age, and availability to volunteer when you reply. Please email me if you would like to participate as a volunteer in what will prove to be an amazing day in which all 6 Douglas County Rotary clubs will join together and show Douglas County what Rotary is all about!! If you can't volunteer during the Build Brigade, you can still help out by seeking food donations, materials/supply donations for the house,contact me if you are interested.
When the house is completed each club will have the opporutunity to “adapt” a room in the house to help the Orchowskis paint and furnish it. This will be in the summer.
To view Nick's story please visit www.homesforourtroops.org/orchowski