The club meets every Thursday at 7:00 am at The Egg & I in Castle Rock. Please note: The club meets every 3rd Thursday at 5:30 pm for Fellowship Hour!!
The Egg & I
2240 Mercantile Ave.
Castle Rock, CO  80109
United States
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Oct 27, 2016
Amy Sherman
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Nov 10, 2016
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Nov 24, 2016
Dec 08, 2016

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The Rotary Club of Castle Pines is committed to helping and supporting organizations that help the youth of Douglas County. The primary beneficiary of our efforts is the Douglas County Y.E.S.S. (Youth Education and Safety in Schools). Y.E.S.S. is a proactive collaboration between law enforcement, schools and the community to develop life skills for our future leaders.
The Y.E.S.S. program deals with a wide variety of issues including teen relationships (bullying, harassment, abuse) Internet/digital safety (cyber bullying and sexting), and substance abuse.
The Y.E.S.S program offers  a community suicide prevention program that includes free SafeTalk (suicide awareness for everyone) training.
 It was an honor to have Phyllis Harvey, Program Coordinator, Deputies Jay Martin, Jay Carnes, and Sergeant Lori Bronner at our meeting Thursday.  Deputy Carnes gave us a great overview about the successes that the program has had, and some exciting news. They are working with a large corporate sponsor that is interested in taking the program nationwide.
For more information on Y.E.S.S., see:

Congratulations to Karen Becker for being awarded Rotarian of the Year and also receiving a Presidential Citation Award for her efforts and commitment to the youth of Douglas County. A huge thank you to Darrell Johnson for serving as Treasurer from 2014-2016 and Ron West for serving as Foundation President from 2013-2016. Thank you for your "Service above Self".


At our meeting Thursday, it was a privilege to have the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court, The Honourable Ms. Nancy Rice as our speaker. Ms. Rice gave us some fascinating insights into the Colorado judicial system, and some of today's issues.

The Rotary Club of Castle Pines meets Thursday mornings at 7AM at The Egg & I in Castle Rock.

Visitors are always welcome.

Come join the 1.2 million men and women of Rotary worldwide dedicated to serving their community.




It's time for delicious Western Slope peaches from the Rotary Club of Castle Pines. Peaches are tree ripened and delivered fresh the next day. Cost for a large box is $35. Order deadline is Aug. 15. Peaches will be available on August 27. Call your Castle Pines Rotarian to get the best peaches you'll taste all year.
To order, Click the "Peach Sales" tab above.


Congratulations to the new Rotary Club of Castle Pines Officers for 2016-2017 that were inducted at the meeting on July 7. Thank you for your continued commitment to service to our community.


L to R: Susan Johnson (Foundation President), Raliegh Riddoch (Secretary), Karen Becker (Treasurer), Keith Dodd (Club President-Elect), John Hauber (Club President).



Last Saturday's Ducky Derby was once again a huge success. Many thanks to all the folks that came out, the sponsors, vendors, and all the volunteers that make this event possible.

All the proceeds will go to benefit local charities.



Our Fearless Great Ducky


Ducky Merchandise


10,000 rubber duckies floating down Plum Creek


Our club continues to grow. We had the privilege of inducting another new member at the meeting this morning. Welcome Jeff Klingensmith.



At Thursday's meeting we inducted our newest member, Jillann Turnwall. Welcome Jillann!

Please join us for opportunities for fun, fellowship, and community service.

"Service Above Self"





The Town of Castle Rock has declared June to be Rotary Ducky Derby Month in recognition of the work Rotary clubs do locally, nationally and internationally. Ducky Derby is June 11 at Festival Park in downtown Castle Rock. Food, entertainment and the Derby will all be part of the event which starts at 11 a.m. Cash prizes of $2,000, $750 and $250 will be awarded along with other merchandise. The race starts at 3 p.m. Accepting the proclamation from Castle Rock Mayor Paul Donahue, right, were Rotarians,
from left, Elaine Love, Rick Nelson, Al Vanden Heuvel, Les Lilly, Al Wonstolen and Gordon Allott.

The speaker at our meeting this week was Ann Tull from the Rotary Foundation for our District. Ann pointed out that our club has been very active in applying for, and securing grant money from the Foundation to help fund our various projects.

At our meeting this morning, we had a fascinating presentation from Bob Pasicznyuk, Executive Director of the Douglas County Library System. The Douglas County Library system is ranked one of the top ten in the country. Bob's talk was about the evolution of libraries, the future vision for libraries, and upcoming improvements and openings of new Douglas County Libraries.