This Week's Bulletin

News for the Week of May 11, 2018 
NEXT WEEKEND! -  You are invited to the House of Friendship at this year's District's Celebration, and to our club's Hospitality Suite for a fabulous time with Kimra’s signature pancakes, libations and lots of fun and laughs. For more information, contact President Larry Caine at or follow the link on our website homepage at evergreenrotary.orgYou do not need to be registered for the celebration to attend these functions. Saturday, May 19th, at the Denver Hyatt Tech Center.
A House of Friendship at the District Conference is an area where clubs can display and promote their local or international projects or other activities. This allows Rotarians in the district to learn about the wondrous array of projects undertaken by fellow, local Rotarians and for clubs looking to partner with others to see what is available. There are also displays from District Committees and Rotary groups or related organizations allowing participants to further explore the wonders of Rotary. Commercial vendors will be present as well selling Rotary clothing, jewelry, pins, etc. 
Curt Harris - Still has eight slots open for our club members to assist at the District Celebration as Sargent at Arms. This is a great way to contribute a few hours to your District, greeting fellow Rotarians and helping them find their way around the convention. You don't need to be registered for the convention to help. Just follow this Sign-up Genius Link:
Larry Caine - Congratulations to our newest Paul Harris Fellow Recognition awardees, Hanna Holt and Kris Fisher!
Kris is a welcome addition to the awesome historical force for peace, education, health, sustainable change and good that is the Paul Harris Fellows. Hanna... well what can we say but "Just think what you've accomplished!" This is her seventh! If you would like to learn more about the program, click here
Our last regular monthly board meeting of this Rotary year will be held this Thursday, May 17, at El Rancho. All club members are welcome, and this is also a great time for Red Badgers to fulfill a requirement. Attendance is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the workings of our great club. Dinner is at 5:00, the meeting starts at 6:00. See you there!
Jim Kreider - The Polio Plus Event at Tuscany Tavern last Sunday was a great success. Your Rotary International is the primary force behind the almost  eradication of this horrible, crippling, life threatening disease. It wasn't that long ago, in the 1980's, that 350,000 cases occurred yearly worldwide. Now, we are down to three countries where the disease is still active, and only 8 cases this year. When those three countries are safe for three year's running, the disease will be gone! If you weren't able to attend Sunday, and would like to add to the kitty, contact Jim Kreider
Don Unger - Presented a club flag given to us by Nuevo Mexico's Rotary Club. He recently visited the dynamic five member club and presented one of our flags to them. They have many great projects for such a small club and he plans to join them when staying in Mexico.
Don would also like to remind us the the Evergreen Rodeo is just around the corner, on Father's Day weekend, June 16th and 17th. It takes a whole passel of cowpokes and cowgirls to carry off this iconic Evergreen tradition. There are many types of jobs available. Contact Don or Marty Unger for more information, or 303-507-7062.  
Check out the rodeo's fun and informative website
Dave Rommelmann - Please join the Memorial Day Recognition on May 28th at 1:00 pm at The Veterans Commemorative Walk in Buchanan Park. American Legion Post 2001-Evergreen hosts this moving annual event to honor the sacrifice of our service men and women. "A Tribute to those who served...Dedicated to those who sacrificed." This year's event is a special recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the TET Offensive, the end of WWI, and Desert Storm. If you need more information, contact Dave at or 303-522-1191.
Alan Rubin - You may still be able to purchase tickets for tomorrow's beautiful performance of Mozart's Requiem. Sunday, May 13, 4:30pm, Rockland Community Church, 17 S Mt Vernon Country Club Rd, Golden. many of your fellow Rotarians are members of the production. For more info, use this link
Dale Schlinsog -Our next fabulous Rowdy Rotarian shindig is scheduled for this Wednesday, May 16th! Come on over to the Evergreen Brewery and Tap House from 5:00-7:00pm. You'll get Happy Hour pricing on great beer and food, and have a chance to rub elbows with your fellow club members...the best folks, ever. 2962 Evergreen Parkway, above Boone Mountain Sports, across from Elk Meadow Open Space Park. Hope to see you there!  
Kelly Gant - Kelly is recruiting 5-6 volunteers to share duties at the Welcome Table on Friday mornings. This will start with our new Rotary year, after the Changing of the Guard. Volunteers need to arrive at 6:30 and are SO APPRECIATED for that! Contact her at Thanks for taking this on, Kelly!
Kay La Montagne Treworgy - Our club is sponsoring seven middle schoolers for this summer's Young RYLA! 
As the website explains, "RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) is a life-changing leadership training program for young men and women where leadership skills and principles are learned, developed and enhanced in an atmosphere of trust and respect. The purpose of RYLA is to encourage and assist current and potential youth leaders in methods of responsible and effective leadership. Many past RYLArians have said, "It was the best week of my life!" 
The interview committee consisted of Ann Moore, Linda Lovin, Nathan Teegarden. Thank you Evergreen Rotarians, for providing this incredible opportunity to help deserving young people become inspirational leaders. 
Curt Harris - Is planning another Kili climb in 2020. (Really folks, it's not that far away...Yikes!) You should let him know that you are interested. It is the adventure of a life time. Even more so, because you are able to climb with young women from Tanzania, members of AfricAid's Kisa Program. Contact Curt for more info Curt also encouraged us to learn more about the many incredible projects that our club supports through the work of the International Service Committee. You are always welcome to attend a meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 6:00pm at the RE/MAX office 30480 Stagecoach Blvd.
Matt Cormier - Principal of Wilmot Elementary, visited to thank our club for donating a "Buddy Bench." He feels that we did something simple that will have a large impact on kids. When a child feels left out, out of sorts, or doesn't have anyone to play with, they sit down on the Buddy Bench. This gives their schoolmates a chance to notice, reach out, and lend compassion and friendship.  Thank you Linda Lovin for championing this project. To find out more about the wonderful history of the "Buddy Bench," and the growing nationwide movement, go to
Courtney McLaurin - This is National Water Safety Month. In honor of this important designation, join her at the Evergeen Swims First Annual Water Safety Fair and One Year Anniversary Party.  Meet local author and physical Therapist Elizabeth Kaufmann, to learn about recovery from orthopedic surgery and water therapy. Friday, May 18th, from 4:00-6:30pm at Evergreen Swims
Did you miss this from last week?
Barbara Wingate - Do you like doing business with fellow Rotarians where you know you will always get a "four way test" deal?  Then check out the all new Member Business Directory.  It's on the right side of our home page:
Adrian Stone - Adrian, along with her committee: Kay La Montagne Treworgy, Brenda Belrose and Cindy Sahli will provide our speakers for the upcoming Rotary year. Thank you, wonderful ladies! Please contact Adrian with speaker or topic suggestions. or 720-203-8828720-981-7747