Come Get to Know Us !!!
The Rotary Club of Evergreen is located in scenic Evergreen, Colorado about 20 minutes west of Denver in the foothills of the Rockies.  Founded in 1985, our club has over 100 active and fun-loving members who come from all walks of life and provide a diverse range of viewpoints.  Many of our members have founded or served key roles in other non-profits in the community and around the world.  We, quite literally, live the Rotary motto of “Service above Self” in everything we do.   We are proud of this record and believe our Club to be one of the very best anywhere in the world.  Please click on the About Us section of the menu to learn more about our club.
We cordially invite you to come and see for yourself what makes our club special.  We meet every Friday morning, 7:00 am, at the Evergreen Country Day School, 1030 El Rancho Road, Evergreen, Colorado 80439.   Venue Map
The Month at a Glance!
OK, so you’ve climbed all the 14ers in Colorado.  What’s next?  How about another 5000 feet?  If you’re into reaching new summits, then the January 2018 Rotary trip to Africa is for you.  Evergreen Rotary’s Curt Harris will lead a group of Rotarians and young women from Kisa to the summit Africa’s tallest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, at 19,143 feet.  Kisa is Africaid’s program to develop leadership skills of young Tanzanian women.  Talk about reaching new summits!  For these young women climbing Kilimanjaro is no less awesome than the new summits they are achieving in their educational endeavors.
Darlene Melton Interview with Marcia Walsh February 24, 2017
Q: Where did you grow up?
I was born in Elmhurst, a Chicago suburb and learned to speak German before English. My father escaped from the Ukraine by train after my grandfather was shot for refusing to become a communist. He made it to East Germany where my mother’s family lived and became a stable hand on my maternal grandparents’ horse farm. My parents fell in love and fled to West Germany without telling any of her family. They were caught in a stream between East and West Germany where my father was tortured before being left in the forest to die. My mother avoided the torture because she carried a picture of herself on a horse which fortunately had a band on her sleeve evidencing her affiliation with Hitler’s youth movement.

We are oh so close to eradicating polio in the world – permanently.  Please join us in the effort to go the final mile.  The Rotary Club of Evergreen is hosting a “dining for dollars” event at Tuscany Tavern in Evergreen on Sunday, May 7, from 4:00 to 9:00 pm to raise funds for the cause.  Guests will be able to order off the regular menu and Tuscany Tavern will donate 25 percent of the proceeds to Rotary’s Polio Plus program.   So, come and learn about the great work Rotary is doing and help strike this terrible disease from our vocabulary forever!!!  For reservations please call Tuscany Tavern 303-674-3739 or book on-line at
To learn more about the effort to eradicate polio, please refer to Rotary’s End Polio Now  website.  You may be interested in this recent article in The Guardian .
Connie and Ted Ning
Apr 28, 2017
The Climate Reality
John Nicoletti
May 05, 2017
Charley Shimanski
May 12, 2017
Off-Site Meeting at Mt. Evans Home Health/Hospice
Hanna Holt
May 19, 2017
Russell Hammond and the Vocational Committee
May 26, 2017
Ethics in Business Award
Mike Giller
Jun 02, 2017
The Renovation of the Lincoln Memorial
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