Sharing is caring and food pantries need our support more than ever. We support the non-stop efforts of our local food pantries: Mountain Resource Center (Conifer) and LifeBridge and Widow’s Oil, both in Bailey.


Stop by at First Bank parking lot in Aspen Park on May 8th.  Your Food Drive gift is a sign of unity. We can help each other stay healthy and build a better community by feeding the hungry in our Foothills. And if you have a moment, stay for a chat with us, your neighbors. We’d love to tell you more about Conifer Rotary, our service club. 


WHEN: SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021. 10 AM – 3 PM

All food collected will go to local Food Pantries: Mountain Resource Center, LifeBridge, and Widow’s Oil.

WHERE: Parking lot @ First Bank in Aspen Park


Guessing Jar Fundraiser 

Support the 285 Backpack Project

Rotary Club of Conifer members work hard, rain, snow, or sunshine, to make sure kids have healthy food and snack each week. When you buy guesses in our Guessing Jar Fundraiser, you help feed our Foothills kids. What a wonderful feeling!


There is something truly exciting about having the bragging rights of the winning guess AND winning the jar AND a $25 gift card on top of that!
We have mixed the number and types of candy in the jar to make it more challenging.
You can buy:
1 guess for $3
2 guesses for $5
5 guesses for $10, and
12 guesses for $20.



Temporary COVID-19 Virus Changes
We are joining the effort to slow the COVID-19 coronavirus by holding videoconference meetings on Tuesday mornings at 8:00 AM.  Our in-person morning and evening meetings are temporarily suspended.  Visitors please join us, email us at rotaryclub@rotaryconifer.org and we will send you the information you need for the videoconference.  Club members, check your email for online meeting details from our President.
Rotary Foundation Donations
Join us in our Conifer Rotary Foundation efforts to make our community and the world a better place.
Join us in supporting the Rotary International Foundation's many national and international humanitarian projects by clicking HERE.
Member Dues Payments
Club members can make dues payments here.
Meeting Programs
Jamal Bowen
Apr 20, 2021
First-Year Experience Program at the Community College of Denver
Cara Camping
May 04, 2021
Protecting and Supporting Animals Through Legislation
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Rotary Conifer News
  • Elevation Celebration will be on July 24th and 25th.  
  • Upcoming events: 5/1 Wildfire Preparedness; 5/8 Rotary Day of Service Food Drive. 
  • The Food Drive will be taking place Saturday, May 8, 2021 from 10 AM – 3 PM in the parking lot at the First Bank in Aspen Park. All food collected will go to local Food Pantries: Mountain Resource Center, LifeBridge, and Widow’s Oil. 
    • Donated items can include: canned vegetables, canned fruit, canned pasta, fruit juice, cereal, peanut butter, tuna, beans, soup, oatmeal, pasta, rice, grocery store gift cards, cash. 
  • The Colorado Haiti Project is having a virtual meeting called Evening with Haiti, they’re going to honor Marcia Walsh from Evergreen who is active with Rotary as well. If anyone wants to join April 25th at 5:00PM, let Pat know she’s getting the info on how to join. 
  • Pat is still working on the scholarship committee with Dean. They are trying to get scholarship applications from students from Platte Canyon, they already have a few from Conifer High - the deadline is this Friday 5 pm. 
  • Morti is reviewing an old list of speakers and noticed there are numerous members who spoke in the past. Any members that would like to speak in June, July, or August please email or text Morti to get on the list.
  • Kristi: the chamber is doing their trash pick up on the 22nd. If Rotary wants to do it on that day as well it’s an option. 
  • Yvonne has the big jar to fill for our guessing game and Leonor has offered to get it posted on coniferfest.com. 
  • Janine presented the Paul Harris Fellow recognition to Kristi. Congratulations!
  • Marlis shared information about Water for Peace in Papua New Guinea. In 2018, several villages inhabited by five cultural groups agreed to put aside past conflicts so they could enjoy the water supply. The system supplies clean water to 3,000 residents in 8 villages for the first time ever, comes from a spring and has a gravity feed system making maintenance easy, and is a fine example of what Rotary Foundation contributions support.
  • Contact Denise for information on Action for Peace Scholarships. 
  • We are having the Evergreen Rodeo this year on June 19th & 20th. The Evergreen Rodeo Board is in the midst of planning and Marty is starting to ‘round-up’ volunteers. More information can be found: https://evergreenrodeo.com/