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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
Of course, we're talking about the new fire danger sign along Evergreen Parkway as you drive up the hill from El Rancho.  The artfully designed sign was a project of Leadership Evergreen, funded by the Rotary Club of Evergreen.  It was recently erected to remind everyone entering our community of the importance of fire safety.  For those of us who live in the mountain community, fire safety and condition awareness have become critical to sustaining the lifestyle we have all come to enjoy and treasure.            Thank you Leadership Evergreen!!
Evergreen Rotarian, Bruce Anderson, was interviewed by Marcia Walsh on May 16, 2018
Q: Where did you grow up?
I grew up in southern California. I was the middle of three children. My older brother is a brilliant software writer who has his own business. He lives in California and has three grown children. My sister, who is three years younger than me, now lives in Aurora with her four children. My father was a great, hard-working guy who had two careers. He passed in 2007.  My mother was a nurse and stay at home mom. She passed away in 2001.
Alan Rubin Interview with Marcia Walsh August 29, 2018
Q: Where did you grow up?

I was born in and grew up in the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood on the west side ofDenver. Most of my grade school classmates were children of holocaust survivors and it was a very tight knit community. My father and uncle were the sole members of their family to escape a small town in Poland the week before the Nazis invaded. They spent the war in a Russian labor camp before ending up in a displaced persons camp in Italy. There, they met cousins whom they didn’t even know they had who connected with more cousins in Paris. The Parisian cousins knew of family in Denver, and it was the Pluss family that sponsored all six of them to come to the US on Thanksgiving 1946. 
    Want to do something special to boost your business while helping Rotary at the same time?  Then we have a deal for you.  You can become a sponsor of the Rotary Club of Evergreen for only $1,200 per year (or $105 p.m. on your credit card). You, and thousands of others in the Evergreen area, will see your business logo each month in Rotary’s color ad in the Canyon Courier (click here), in the Chamber’s monthly newsletter, as well as on the Club’s website, event signs and banners, and tabletop displays at each meeting.  
    More importantly, your sponsorship funds will support all of Rotary’s charitable initiatives and programs throughout the year.
    For more information, contact Tim Grace at, or cell: 305-926-5894.
    Visit us...
    Gabriela Reyes and Matt Masur
    Sep 28, 2018
    Our Evergreen Rotarian scholarship winners will present about their amazing projects
    Carol Carper
    Oct 05, 2018
    We Are Walking Out of Poverty
    Richard Clark
    Oct 12, 2018
    Rotary Peak: A Project for All Rotarians