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We are a diverse group of professional men and women dedicated to service.  In our community and around the world we 

  • create opportunities for children's educational and ethical development
  • prevent hunger
  • promote health  

We come together each week to enjoy each other's company and to be enriched by educational, entertaining and heart-warming programs. Our families join us in our service and our fellowship. 

We are part of Rotary International, which has more than 1.2 million members worldwide. We live by its motto, Service Above Self. We live by its code of ethics known as The 4 Way Test. 

We are Englewood Rotary.


Locally, we support education and literacy:

  • giving $10,000 or more a year in college scholarships to Englewood high school seniors
  • teaching real-life ethics through a fun Four-Way Test essay contest for elementary school students
  • supplying disadvantaged children with full back-to-school backpacks    
  • sending middle school and high school students to an extraordinary Rotary camp that teaches leadership

World-wide, we support Rotary International's mission to eradicate polio from the world. We  partner with Rotary Clubs in other nations on educational and humanitarian projects, such as:

  • opening a computer classroom for girls in Senegal
  • bringing clean water, sanitation and a rural hospital to Bangladesh
  • supplying new libraries with books in Kenya
    Current membership:
     We have 28 members from diverse professions - engineer, physician, attorney, Realtor, CPA, psychotherapist, financial advisor, and more. Only a few of us work or live in the City of Englewood, but the club is dedicated to service in Englewood because that is our charter through Rotary, and we know we can make an important difference here. 
    We meet:
    We get together each Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. at the Brookdale Meridian Englewood, 3455 S. Corona St., Englewood. We share updates on our projects and hear a guest speaker. We also have a nice lunch with time to chat and get to know one other. On the fourth Wednesday of the month, we usually do an evening happy hour instead of a lunch meeting. Be sure to check our calendar.
    We play:
     We plan about eight events that are purely social during the year. We call it fellowship. These include a club picnic, dinners at members' homes, outings such as to a Colorado Rockies game, happy hour, and a holiday dinner in December. Our members believe it's important to bring our families into our fun, as well as into our service.
    And we serve, as cited above