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Plastic Projects

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Breckenridge

About This Project:

(Draft) The Breckenridge Club plans on joining the Summit County Club with their plastics project.

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Sand Creek Park Cleanup & Beautification

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver Northeast

About This Project:

The Rotary Club of Denver NE will be performing a Cleanup & Beautification of the Sand Creek Park located in the Central Park Community. We are also raising funds to assist in either replacing the Historical / Educational Signage and/or the 2 rodent protected trash cans at Trail Head off Smith Road

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Denver Park Tree Planting

Project Date: 05/11/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver Mile High

About This Project:

In partnership with The Tree People and Denver Parks and Recreation, Denver Mile High Rotary and friends will plant 25 - 30 trees in a designated Denver city park (TBD).. This hands on effort is benefitted by a pre-drilling of the tree hole by the city and all necessary tools and supplies provided by The Park People.

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Wellspring Painting & Meeting Room Renovation

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Castle Rock

About This Project:

Our Club is going to sand and paint 45 bathroom vanities and 45 shelf units for an apartment renovation project to benefit Wellspring Community. In addition, we are going to paint their new meeting/cafeteria room and provide them with new tables and chairs.

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Road Warriors

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Evergreen

About This Project:

Join us as we clean up our community!

Highway 74 is the entrance to our amazing area and the first impression many visitors from out of town experience. As we enter summer ad we welcome more tourists and guests, we want to make sure the area is looking clean and showing the world how proud we are of Evergreen. We will meet at the Evergreen Park and Ride and then spread out to clean up the sides of the highway between Mcdonald's and King Soopers.

Please wear good shoes, your Rotary t-shirt and bring gloves. We will provide trash bags.

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Tree-mendous Rotary: Cultivating a Greener Wheat Ridge

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Wheat Ridge

About This Project:

On the 18th of May come join us at Crown Hill Cemetery to help maintenance dept. care for overgrown and diseased trees. Crown Hill is such a large population of unique trees, helping care for this wonderful resource will help out City's canopy. On this day we will provide tools, gloves, snacks, (maybe lunch), and fellowship.

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Mossbrucker Memorial Park Regenerative Pollinator Garden

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: South Jeffco

About This Project:

South Jeffco Rotay Club is working with Foothills Parks and Recreation to restore habitat, control noxious plants and improve pollinator species at Mossbrucker Memorial Park in Jefferson County Colorado. While this project is ongoing, we will be gathering on May 18th for a day of service including planting and terraforming.

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Project Worthmore DeLaney Farm

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver Cherry Creek

About This Project:

The work would include turning compost, broad forking fields, trimming brush, and general cleanup for those who are able. For people who would like to contribute in a less physically demanding way, running tools, water, sunblock, and snacks from the barn out to volunteers would also be an immense help. All supplies would be provided, apart from water and snacks, and I recommend volunteers bring their own gloves.

This outdoor location has the capacity to accommodate 120 volunteers in two shifts of 60 volunteers the first from 10-12 and the second from 1-3.

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Masa Seed Foundation

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Boulder Flatirons

About This Project:

The Boulder Flatirons Rotary Club will be partnering with the MASA Seed Foundation to provide volunteers for the Foundation’s plant nursery, the fields, the Seedhouse. Come learn about open-pollinated seed production, contribute to local food sovereignty, and make new friends. MASA’s volunteers enjoy a diverse crop-growing experience and learn many aspects of farming and seed growing. We will have two shifts (morning and afternoon) between 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. There is always something for everyone to do – many hands make light and fun work! If May 18th doesn’t fit your schedule, please reach out to join us on the farm. Use our Sign Up Genius to find another time.
Location: 1367 N. 75th Street, Boulder.

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Little Free Pantry Food Drive

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Aurora Gateway

About This Project:

The Aurora Gateway Rotary Club will ask for food donations from King Sooper Customers for the Little Free Pantries. The club fills these pantries 6 days a week with canned and dry foods for homeless and less fortunate people who need food. We will also be soliciting donations from friends, family and associates through the internet to buy more food for them.

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Growing Gardens

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Longmont

About This Project:

Join the Growing Gardens organization for a day of service in which you and other Rotarians will plant, weed, fertilize, and be a part of an all volunteer work force that has fed the homeless with sustainable farming practices that have resulted in tons of fresh produce distributed through the Our Center in Longmont.

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Dickens Farm Nature Center Clean Up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Longmont Twin Peaks

About This Project:

Members, families and friends are needed! We adopted the Dickens Farm Nature Area on Boston Avenue between Main and Martin streets along the St Vrain Creek. This section has been developed and improved following the 2013 flood

The Adopt-a-Park program in partnership with the City of Longmont requires us to spend at least one day per month at the nature area, picking up trash and debris, cleaning up shelters and play areas, and reporting vandalism, non-functioning lights or other damage to the area. We will be using the 3rd Saturday of each month from 8 am to 10 am to do this work. Meet at the Dickens' Farm Nature Area parking lot off of Martin St. Wear gloves and comfortable, closed-toe shoes recommended.

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Aurora Fire Safety Field Day

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Aurora

About This Project:

On May 18th we will be out at the Aurora Public Safety Training Center at 29590 E. Quincy Ave, Aurora Colorado. We are looking forward to volunteers helping us! We have 2 shifts- 7:30 am -10:30 am and 10:00 am -1:00 pm.

The Aurora Fire Rescue is putting together a variety of activities for all ages from putting out fires on the premise with real fire hoses, watching the jaws of life at work, taking pictures with firefighters, a youth run with firefighters in full gear, fire trucks and emergency vehicles to explore and much more. This event is to earn money to buy the Aurora Fire Rescue a Fire Education Safety Trailer. We welcome any and all donations.

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Spring tune up at Bal Swan Children's Center

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Broomfield

About This Project:

Please join Broomfield Rotary Club, Broomfield Crossing Club, and Westminster Rotary Club in an Epic Day of Service at Bal Swan Children's Center.

We have compiled a list with Bal Swan staff on Spring projects they are looking to complete.

1. Painting line-up shapes on the playground on the north side
2. Painting hopscotch/road/etc....on the playground near the front of the building
3. Install a tunnel on two different playgrounds
4. Clean out gutters
5. Power wash the building
6. Spread mulch to make sure we have the right depth
7. Wax the linoleum floors
8. Sand and stain the wood gym floor
9. Paint pool floor
10. Rake up and bag leaves around the property

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Cherry Creek Park Trash Clean Up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: University Hills

About This Project:

We will be doing trash pick up at Cherry Creek State Park on Saturday May 18th. Time and logistic details to follow.

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Nature with Neighbors

Project Date: 05/19/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Erie

About This Project:

The Native Colorado Plants Planting Project is a collaborative effort between the Erie Rotary Club, the Town of Erie, and the Friends of Coal Creek aimed at restoring and beautifying public spaces along Coal Creek.

This project aligns with the Erie Rotary Club's EPIC Day of Service initiative, scheduled for May 19th. The project aims to enhance biodiversity, support pollinator communities, and engage the community in environmental stewardship.

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to cultivate a vibrant and resilient community in Erie by restoring and enhancing public spaces with native Colorado plants. Through collaborative efforts with the Erie Rotary Club, the Town of Erie, and the Friends of Coal Creek, we aim to promote biodiversity, support pollinator populations, and engage residents in environmental stewardship. By planting the seeds of change along Coal Creek, we strive to create a sustainable and welcoming habitat that fosters pride, connection, and well-being for generations to come.

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Refurbishing The Family Learning Center's Outdoor Learning Spaces

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Boulder Valley

About This Project:

Volunteers and community members will sand, paint, and make minor repairs to the fences, benches, and other outdoor equipment and furniture on the Family Learning Center's property.

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Project CURE

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver Southeast

About This Project:

The DENVER SOUTHEAST, HIGHLANDS RANCH, and CENTENNIAL SATELLITE clubs are joining forces with Project CURE to deliver health and hope to those in need. We’ll sort and pack life-saving medical equipment and supplies collected from local healthcare providers and prepare them for shipment throughout the world to medical facilities serving people suffering from poverty, disasters, and violence.

Roles include: Preparing medical supplies for shipment by sorting, quality checking, packing, or labeling supplies. (This can be done sitting down)
Preparing equipment for shipment by cleaning, testing, or labeling equipment.
Special projects such as breaking open surgical packs, size sorting scrubs, etc.
Warehouse logistics, such as moving boxes, equipment, etc. to make our warehouse more efficient. (This requires some effort)

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An EPIC Recycling Event for Paint and Electronics

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Parker Cherry Creek Valley

About This Project:

The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker will be conducting an EPIC Recycling Event for paint and electronics to benefit residents of Parker, CO and surrounding Douglas County area. The recycling event will be held at Legend High School from 9AM to 2PM on the EPIC Day of Service held May 18th, 2024. Our partners for this event will be CORE Electric, Legend High School, GreenSheen Eco-Friendly Paint and 3R Technology Solutions.

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County-wide plastic film recycling

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Summit County

About This Project:

The Rotary Club of Summit Count has an on-going weekly plastic film recycling project in association with Trex, which uses the film in their product, and we have up-cycled over 12,000 pounds of plastic film over 2 years. We will extend this pick-up to the entire county for our Epic Day of Service. We will work with the Breckenridge Club. Volunteers will visit local businesses several weeks prior to the day of service to ask them to save clean plastic film and we will pick it up, clean it and weigh it on the day of service. We have arranged to drive the plastic to a Trex pick up point in Denver where it will be put on a truck and sent to Trex. We need volunteers to canvass the local businesses 2-3 weeks prior to the Day of service and need teams to pick up plastic, transport it to the high school, clean and weigh it and load it into the truck.

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Serving the Backpack Society in South Denver, CO

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver Metro South

About This Project:

It is our mission to serve a minimum of 1,000 children through the EPIC Day of Service. We will be packing 1,000 backpacks with food for students who struggle with food insecurity. The Backpack Society provides food to kids on weekends and school breaks when they don’t have access to food at school.

In addition to packing the backpacks, we will be assisting the Backpack Society with any needs they have inside their Food Pantry like sorting food, stocking shelves, packing bins, etc.

There may also be opportunities for us to pack Birthday Boxes, Family Boxes, Crisis Boxes, and design hand-made birthday cards.

Food donations will also be accepted.

The Backpack Society currently supports 48 schools in the Douglas County and Littleton School Districts, and they are currently opening support to Englewood Schools.

The Backpack Society is a 100% Community supported non-profit based in Highlands Ranch, CO.

Link to the Backpack Society: https://www.backpacksociety.org/

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Smoky Hill Fire Safety Field Day

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Smoky Hill (Aurora)

About This Project:

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 8:30 to 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.

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Clear Creek Clean Up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Clear Creek 2000

About This Project:

A county wide community event, by the community, for the community. A spring clean-up centering on the Clear Creek but including the communities of Georgetown, Idaho Springs and areas in-between. Supported by the Clear Creek Rotary’s EPIC Day of Service, our local governments and businesses, and culminating with a rafting season kick off celebration.
This event a combination of:
Georgetown Parks and Rec, “Day of Clean Up”
Idaho Springs City Clean Up
Clear Creek Clean Up.
County Wide Clean Up, all communities.
Rafting Sason Kick Off Get Together Celebration.

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Gardens for Seniors & Ramps for Residents

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Golden

About This Project:

* Project 1:
PART A: pick up garden soil and compost (at least) the day before at Home Depot
PART B: Assemble two raised bed containers, fill with garden soil, amend existing container soil with compost, assist residents in planting seeds. Help prep existing gardens for planting, as needed.

* Project 2: Provide pots, soil & seeds/plants for residents to plant pots for indoor gardening at Canyon Gate Apartments for seniors and people with disabilities.

* Project 3: Join with Be a Tool/Neighborhood Rehab Project NRP to build two ramps for two residents of a Golden mobile home community.

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Sprouting Up Greenhouse Project

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Fort Collins After Work

About This Project:

Sprouting Up is an organization whose mission is to improve the lives of children, teens and families living in under resourced neighborhoods in Fort Collins through farming and job skill training. They empower youth trough job skills, hope, optimism and self-efficacy for a brighter future. They have internship programs, apprenticeship programs and cooking classes for youth.
Sprouting Up is in need of a greenhouse to start plants in the spring and grow plants for early and late season production. Rotary After Work is planning to build
a greenhouse for them.

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Food Drive - Kings Soopers at Florida Av & Kipling Pkwy

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Lakewood Foothills

About This Project:

Rotarians of the Lakewood Foothills Rotary Club and Volunteers from Jeffco Eats will collect donated food items in front of the Kings Soopers from 9:00PM to 2:30PM on May 18th at 1545 S Kipling Pkwy.

Jeffco Eats helps students and families by providing food over the weekends, currently providing bags of food for over 500 families each weekend. They insure that no child goes hungry by serving those in Jeffco Title One schools, GAP schools, Section 8 housing, and Head Start programs. They partner with Food Bank of Rockies and the Jeffco Public Schools federal Title I Schools program. Specific geographic areas served are Lakewood, Edgewater, Wheat Ridge and Arvada. Many of the students and families served are the homeless population. Volunteers wanting to support Jeffco Eats and Rotarians from other clubs are welcome to join us.

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Food Drive - Kings Soopers at Alameda Av & Union Blvd Project Description

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Lakewood Foothills

About This Project:

Rotarians of the Lakewood Foothills Rotary Club and Volunteers from Jeffco Eats will collect donated food items in front of the Kings Soopers from 9:00PM to 2:30PM on May 18th at 1545 S Kipling Pkwy. Jeffco Eats helps students and families by providing food over the weekends, currently providing bags of food for over 500 families each weekend. They insure that no child goes hungry by serving those in Jeffco Title One schools, GAP schools, Section 8 housing, and Head Start programs. They partner with Food Bank of Rockies and the Jeffco Public Schools federal Title I Schools program. Specific geographic areas served are Lakewood, Edgewater, Wheat Ridge and Arvada. Many of the students and families served are the homeless population. Volunteers wanting to support Jeffco Eats and Rotarians from other clubs are welcome to join us.

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Crutches 4 Africa

Project Date: 05/11/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Mountain Foothills

About This Project:

We will be loading a container of mobility devices (wheel chairs, walkers, crutches, etc) for distribution to Polio survivors in Africa.

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BRC/YMCA Camp Tumbleson Lake Project

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Boulder

About This Project:

Come to Indian Peak Wilderness on May 18 for Rotary EPIC Day of Service!

Boulder Rotary Club and the YMCA of Northern Colorado are collaborating to restore the YMCA Camp Tumbleson Lake. The YMCA purchased the Camp from the Boy Scouts of America this spring. Unused for 3 years, the Camp is in dire need of volunteers to help get the Camp ready for as many as 150 day campers this summer.

Chores range from clearing brush and trail maintenance to setting up classrooms and will accommodate volunteers of a full range of agility and age. Come on May 18 for as much time as you would like to spend between 9AM and 4PM, no limit to the number or age of volunteers. It is a perfect outing for the whole family!

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Club members who want to support the EPIC Day of Service Fundraising

Project Date: 04/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Lakewood Foothills

About This Project:

This service is club support by our members who want to provide leadership and support so that all club members get signed up for the Fundraising pledge solicitations. Also, encouraging members to send out pledge solicitations to 30 to 50 recipients like family, friends, or colleagues.

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Morgan County Highway 144 Clean-Up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Fort Morgan

About This Project:

Fort Morgan Rotary members, volunteers and Log Lane Village residents are invited to help clean up Highway 144 between the County barn and the west edge of Log Lane Village. Coffee and snacks will be provided at 9 am near the Dollar General store on Highway 144 in Log Lane Village.

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Project Anglel Heart

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Highlands Ranch

About This Project:

Project Angel Heart provides medically tailored meals with specific dietary needs to neighbors living with severe illnesses across Colorado.

“We packaged up the lasagna and a salad and put magazines and roses in the bags, and drew little notes on the bags as well,” he said “And we had a small band of volunteers that delivered them that day. And that's how it started.”

Highlands Ranch Rotary Club is having a three hour bag decorating project to prepare the bags that these meals are delivered in to our Colorado neighbors.

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Integrated Family Community Services

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Highlands Ranch

About This Project:

IFCS has programs to nourish lives and help alleviate hunger in our community. IFCS depends on volunteers to accomplish their objectives. On this Epic Day of Service volunteers are going to help sort through their warehouse preparing for the next weeks donating of food and necessities to be distributed.

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Paint & Electronics Recycling Day ~ Saturday, May 11, 2024

Project Date: 05/11/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Golden

About This Project:

Waiting for write up***

Your generous donations will help support the Rotary Club of Golden's Youth Programs
Donations to Rotary accepted: cash, credit cards or checks payable to Golden Rotary Foundation (www.goldenrotary.org)

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Golden Rotary Club: Ethics in Business (EIB)

Project Date: 05/17/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Golden

About This Project:

The Ethics in Business Awards luncheon is the culmination of the EIB Awards program each year. Starting in 2006, Golden Rotary has invited our community to nominate ethical businesses, and Ethics-class students at the School of Mines choose the winner. There is a winner in each the Non Profit and For Profit category.

This year's luncheon is Friday, May 17 11:30 - 1:00pm at the Denver Marriott West Hotel ~ 1717 Denver West Marriott Blvd, Golden, CO 80401.

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Project 1- Cherry Creek Trail CleanUp/Denver Park Enhancement Project

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver

About This Project:

May 18th 8:00 AM to 11:00AM
Meet at 16th Street and Little Raven St. and we will work north to Cuernavaca Park, 2110 ft and South to Gates Crescent, 3000 ft. There will be staff on site to pickup filled trashbags along the trail. Photos of you and also with Denver Parks and Rec staff in action are appreciated.
Tasks: Debris removal
RSVP to Bart Allen at bartallen58@gmail.com to sign the DPR Release and Waiver of Liability for Volunteers
and to get more details.
Registration is required.
Our contact at the location is Lawrence Luevano at 720-512-8295.

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Project Angel Heart

Project Date: 05/17/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Highlands Ranch

About This Project:

This is an opportunity to deliver nutritional diet specific meals to people in the Denver area. Project Angel Heart prepares these meals for patients living at home specific to their dietary needs.

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Project Angel Heart

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Highlands Ranch

About This Project:

This is an opportunity to deliver nutritional diet specific meals to people in the Denver area. Project Angel Heart prepares these meals for patients living at home specific to their dietary needs.

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Peak to Peak Road Clean-Up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Peak to Peak

About This Project:

We'll be cleaning up along Highway 119 between Rolinsville and Nederland at 4:30pm. It's a great time and a beautiful place to be!

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Edwards Rotary Highway Clean-Up

Project Date: 05/04/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Edwards

About This Project:

May 4th Highway Clean Up
It's time for Highway Clean Up now that the snow has melted. We will convene at the Singletree Pavilion on May 4th. We are compiling a team to help with the Highway Clean and we will be taking the area on i70 East and West sides between mile markers 161 and 162 or so.

If you can help, please let Jeff Koch, jkoch@vail.net or Linda Hill, lindahillgillie@gmail.com know. We are usually done in 2 hours and will start around 9 am on the 4th.

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Community River Clean-up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Trinidad

About This Project:

Each year, local groups cooperate to cleanup litter and other trash that has accumulated in the area of the Purgatoire River which runs through Trinidad. This year, the Trinidad will use this project as one of two Rotary Day of Service Projects.

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Trinidad Water Festival

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Trinidad

About This Project:

This is a day of education for children held each year at Trinidad State College. The Trinidad Rotary Club has been helping with the event for a few years and plans to continue participation this year.

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Praying Hands Ranch Paint and Maintenance

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Parker

About This Project:

We will be repairing a few of the horse paddocks and repainting them. The sensory garden will be cleaned up and made ready for planting. The Horse exercise track needs fencing installed.

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Our Center Meal Service

Project Date: 05/19/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Niwot

About This Project:

The Outreach United Resource Center, Inc. (OUR Center) provides critical services such as food, housing, and utilities to help families achieve self-reliance. The Rotary Club of Niwot will be serving lunch at the OUR Center on Sunday, May 19. There will be two shifts each with 6 to 8 volunteers. The first shift from 10:00 am - noon will cook and serve lunch. The second shift from noon to 2:00 pm will continue serving lunch and clean up.

Location: 220 Collyer Street, Longmont.

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Project 2 - Tamarac Family Shelter

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Denver

About This Project:

Join us at the Tamarac (large family shelter) at 7525 East Hampden Avenue. This is the old Embassy Suites which has been converted into a shelter for unhoused families as part of Mayor Johnston’s House 1000 Initiative.
Tasks & Shifts:
Morning and afternoon shifts for the donation rooms where volunteers will be organizing and adding clothes to donations.
Morning and afternoon shifts for exterior building clean up, beautifying the outdoor areas at Tamarac.
Morning only shifts for room organization.
Morning only shifts for plant care
The Club 31 Service Team will be sending an online signup form (Sign Up Genius) with convenient shift times from 8 AM to 4 PM ..

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Road Clean-Up (weather permitting)

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Carbon Valley

About This Project:

Road clean-up along Colorado Blvd. between CR 18 and CR 20 in Frederick.

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Backcountry Wilderness Area

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Highlands Ranch

About This Project:

Preparing Back Country wilderness camp sites for summer youth camps.

Project Location: Backcountry Wilderness Area Base Camp (6005 Ron King Trail, 80125). Once on Ron King Trail, follow the Backcountry Wilderness Area road signs all the way to Base Camp.

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Rotary Club of Colorado Springs - Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity Restore

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Colorado Springs

About This Project:

Join the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs and the Impact Club for an Epic Day of Service with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity (PPHFH) at the Restore.
Rotarians, family, friends, and community members are invited to sign up for a volunteer opportunity. Please be sure to complete the registration directly with PPHFH here for their requirement: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/console.php?console_id=0364&console_type=event_list&event_id=6&ht=1&res_code=RotaryClub

Where: South ReStore Location
411 S. Wahsatch Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
When: Saturday, May 18, 2024
What: 20 volunteer spots - Morning shift (10 AM - 2 PM)
20 volunteer spots - Afternoon shift (2 - 6 PM)

Online registration link: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/console.php?console_id=0364&console_type=event_list&event_id=6&ht=1&res_code=RotaryClub

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Santa Fee Trail Clean-up

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: Rampart Range

About This Project:

This will be the clean-up of trash and other non-natural items along a 3 mile section of the Santa Fe Trail. This is the section from North Gate Road by the AFA Academy and Baptist Road in Monument CO. This also includes the trimming of weeds and other plants around a shelter around the mid-point of that trail section.

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Kissing Camels Flag Project

Project Date: 05/18/2024
Sponsoring Rotary Club: East Colorado Springs

About This Project:

East Rotary Club of Colorado Springs works alongside the Boy Scouts of America to install flag poles in neighborhood communities and raise American flags at those locations on five major holidays of the year: Flag Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, and Veteran's Day. The club provides financial and administrative support for the Boy Scout's project and helps install the poles at residences. We will have several volunteer shifts in April and May, including a shift on May 18th, to dig holes and pour the concrete to install new flag pole foundations and sleeves and to repair existing ones.

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