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Service Above Self

We meet Tuesday mornings and on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings each month. Mornings @ 7AM on Tuesdays, Evenings @ 5:30PM 2nd & 4th Wednesdays.
Mornings @ Mountain Resource Center, 11030 Kitty Drive, Conifer CO
Evenings @ St. Laurence Church, 26812 Barkley Road,
Conifer, CO
United States of America
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Meeting Programs
Dark, No meeting
Oct 29, 2019
Fifth Tuesday Social
Bob Rose
Nov 05, 2019
Saint Helene, Honduras: Water To Every Home
Dean McCall
Nov 12, 2019
Club Assembly
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Ride to End Polio
Donate to DG Curt Harris's Ride to End Polio on November 23rd
Click HERE
Upcoming Events
Fitzsimmons Middle School Interact Project
Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Supplies
Please help our Interact Students, donate supplies at Moore Lumber in either Pine Junction or Bailey.
Project Consumables
1000 Zip Ties - Different sizes
Wood Glue
Glue Sticks
Duct Tape
Double-sided tape
2 x 4
Fishing line
Nails (variety of sizes)
Screws (variety of sizes)
20 Exacto-Knife Blades
10 box Expo Markers
3000 Popsicle Sticks
Extension Cords
Tools and Equipment
4 Wired drills, not rechargeable
6 New saws
8 better glue guns
2 additional Work benches
2 stationary clamps
4 Tape Measures (Metal)
2 workbench lamps
2 Phillips screw drivers
2 Standard screw drivers
2 sets of pliers
2 sets of drill bits (variety of sizes)
4 Dremel Tools (and attachments)
2 Sanders
2 Fire Extinguisher
2 Fire Blankets
2 Fire Extinguisher boxes with locks
2 Fire Blanket Boxes
15 more outlets in the room or power strips mounted onto the walls
Rotary Conifer News
No Meeting next Tuesday, October 29.
Come to the social this weekend.
  • Gail Sharp joined us to request donations for the Soldier Box Project.  It is a holiday season program to send personal essentials to our overseas troops working in remote areas where these items are scarce.  Please bring donations of personal care items, greeting cards with messages for soldiers, there is a collection box at MRC.  They will pack boxes to send on November 15, 8:30-10:30 a.m at Wild Game in Evergreen.  Last year the collections provided boxes for over 400 soldiers.  It costs over $17 for each box---$4000, so cash is also needed.
  • Thank you to Cathy Taylor and Lesley Landon for breakfast today.
  • Be sure to sign up for Salvation Army bell ringing.  There are sites in Bailey and at King Soopers and the KS Convenience Store in Conifer.  Click HERE to sign up, or go to Conifer Rotary webpage under the Weblinks tab.
  • The Board approved support for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library booth at the Conifer Christmas Parade and Market Place on Saturday December 7th.  We will need Rotarians to set up and man the booth in the tent.  We need someone to wear the Dolly Parton costume, those who weren't at the meeting are at the top of the eligibility list!
  • Support our District Governor Curt Harris’s 100 mile bike Ride to End Polio.  Click HERE for more information and to donate, or go to our Rotary Conifer homepage.  World Polio Day is Thursday, October 24th, share the news!
  • Day of the Dead party at the McCall’s is this Saturday, 6pm….potluck and optional costumes.  We will not have a morning meeting next week---this is our social event for this quarter.
  • The Rotary evening meeting is tomorrow, Wednesday, October 23, 5:30pm at St. Laurence Church.
  • Thanks to Marlis, Dean, Lesley and Christy for help unloading the food bank truck Thursday, October 24, delivering to the Back Pack pantry.
Program:  Twitter tutorial
Leonor McCall
Sign up for Twitter and follow our club postings, add the app to your phone or their website at  It is an online micro-blogging (breaking news) app; short messages limited to 140 characters.  Your username (handle) is tied to email or smartphone (less than 15 characters).  You can choose to share privately or publicly, but beware - EVERYTHING can be shared by everyone.  Hashtags with a memorable word creates a link to conversations.  Our club account is https:///  Contact Lenore for more helpful tips.
“About Me, Morti Longsdorf
Morti (Matilda)---and many additional names—was born in New York City and grew up mostly in Brooklyn.  Family business travels had her living in Europe and Africa during her elementary school years.  She is multi-lingual, thanks to those early years.  A dedicated student, she graduated from SUNY Oswego with an MBA in four years!
Her post-college endeavors found her heading west, to Microsoft initially with a group of friends.  After a few stops along the way, she ended up in Denver.  She fell in love with the arts scene, the housing, and the community.  She worked for a small company for 14 years, then moved to Kaiser Permanente.  She is married and has a daughter, Sarah, who is nearly 14 years old and attends Fitzsimons Middle School.  She was attracted to Rotary because her mother was a Rotarian and Morti developed a strong gift for giving back.
Guests:  Gail Sharp, Evergreen Rotary