Thank You, Volunteers,
For Creating an EPIC Day of Service!

On May 18, 2024, Rotarians and community members from across 10 states and 6 countries came together on one EPIC Day of Service to make a world of difference in their communities, delivering meaningful change in our world and in ourselves!

Here's a look at our 2024 Colorado projects.

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Smoky Hill Fire Safety Field Day

In conjunction with Aurora Fire Rescue, Smoky Hill Rotary, Aurora Rotary, and Fitzsimmons Rotary will participate in a kick-off event and fundraiser to purchase a Mobile Fire Education House to be used for safety education at schools and in the community. The May 18th Fire Safety Field Day will be at the Aurora Safety Training Center at 29590 East Quincy Ave, Aurora (by the Aurora Fairgrounds) from 9:00-12:00. Firefighters will man stations that include activities for all ages from putting out a real fire with hoses, watching a Jaws of Life at work, a firefighter chase with firefighters in gear, an aerial ladder climb, pictures with firefighters, fire trucks and emergency vehicles to explore and more. The event is free and donations are welcome.
We are also looking for volunteers for the May 18th Fire Safety Field Day.

Primary Contact: Linda Forsythe (

Project Date: 05/18/2024

Project Location: Aurora, Colorado (See Map)

Project is Handicap Accessible

Additional Information: We will be helping to direct traffic into and in the parking lot, register attendees by having them sign a waiver and giving them a wristband, monitor activity stations, man the Rotary Information table, and help with crowd control.

Shift/Role Information

Project work shifts and/or roles to be fulfilled by volunteers are listed below, along with the maximum number of volunteers needed for the shift/role and any information specific to the shift/role.

Minimum Volunteer Age restriction:16