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RI President's Dinner & Polio Plus Fundraiser HRR 2017-11-29 07:00:00Z 0
Denver Mile High Rotary: Holiday Party! HRR 2017-11-29 07:00:00Z 0
State of the State Event Registration: Now Open HRR 2017-11-29 07:00:00Z 0
Do Americans pay more tax or less than citizens of other rich democracies?
(Answer: far less.)
Could our tax system be fairer? Could it be simpler?  
(Answers: Yes, and Yes.)
World Denver and Denver Mile High Rotary join to bring you an evening with one of the nation’s best known journalists: T. R. Reid who will discuss what he learned about how the US Tax system compares with other countries.    His latest book- A Fine Mess: A Global quest for a Simpler, Fairer and More Efficient Tax Code- is designed to give Americans useful ideas as we embark on a national debate about tax reform (and will be available for sale and signing at the event).
The current code is desperately in need of reform, and Reid’s book is an illuminating and even entertaining tour of how taxes are done in countries from Mexico to Estonia, the Czech Republic to New Zealand. Reid finds many models for taxation that show how the process can be made comprehensible and equitable.
Join us and bring your friends to what will most assuredly be and informative and engaging evening!
An Evening with T.R. Reid on the American Tax System 2017-05-23 06:00:00Z 0

Join the Denver Mile High Rotary - Heart for Humanity Silent Auction

We will be raising money for the Denver Mile High Rotary Foundation, all money raised comes back either to our community or to service projects around the world. We are engaged in the 9 Health Fair, Food for Thought, Empowering women in Zimbabwe, Water projects in Nepal.

Learn more about what we do, celebrate Rotarians Serving Humanity.

Buy a ticket to Denver Mile High Rotary's Heart for Humanity Silent Auction!

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Join the Rotary Club of Denver Mile High as we pedal our way around LoDo to raise money for the Rotary Foundation on Sunday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and enjoy some of Denver’s finest drinking establishments.

And stick around to watch the Broncos game at 2 p.m. with other Rotarians!

Get Tickets Here

Denver Mile High Rotary Rides the Pedal Hopper 2016-09-21 06:00:00Z 0
The Rotary Club of Denver Mile High hosted an informative and engaging Oxford-style debate in front of a packed room at the University Club today, just six weeks before Colorado voters will decide whether or not to implement ColoradoCare.
Thank you to our speakers, Colorado State Treasurer Walker Stapleton, and New York Times Best Selling Author and Chairman of the Board of The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care T.R. Reid, and to our moderator, Todd Breyfogle from the Aspen Institute. 
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Please join the Rotary Club of Denver Mile High as it hosts the Colorado Universal Healthcare Election Debate in Downtown Denver on September 21 at 7 a.m.
Full breakfast will be served - RSVP required.
Debaters : Colorado State Treasurer, Walker Stapleton and New York Times Best Selling Author and Chairman of the Board of The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care  - T.R. Reid.
Todd Breyfogle from the Aspen Institute will be our moderator.
Reserve tickets here:   Colorado Universal Healthcare Debate

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Please join the Denver Mile High Rotary Club as it hosts the Colorado Universal Healthcare Election Debate in Downtown Denver.
Full breakfast will be served - RSVP required.
Debaters : Colorado State Treasurer, Walker Stapleton and New York Times Best Selling Author and Chairman of the Board of The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care  - T.R. Reid.
Todd Breyfogle from the Aspen Institute will be our moderator.
Total Cost  $25.00 (Inclding all fees), all visitors
Cost is included if you are a member of the Denver Mile High Rotary Club
Program will start promptly at 7 AM  Doors open At 6:30 AM
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Support the Rotary Club of Denver Mile High Foundation's efforts to eradicate polio worldwide, supply clean drinking water in developing nations, and provide weekend food bags here in Denver with easy monthly contributions.
As a a 501(c)(3) tax-deductible organization, your contributions may be fully tax-deductible.
Simply select your monthly contribution amount in the drop-down below and click subscribe to bring lasting change to communities around the world:
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Join us for a fun Rotary Fellowship ride to kick off spring!
Saturday, April 30 at 10 a.m. Meet at REI and ride the Platte River Trail to Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton.
All proceeds benefit the Denver Mile High Rotary Club - get your tickets here.
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Denver Mile High Rotarians: don't miss out! Create a member login to update your profile, register for events, and more!
Just follow these 3 easy steps:
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Upcoming Program at the Rotary Club of Denver Mile High
Since the inception of Colorado’s medical marijuana industry, Joel Russman has counseled a variety of clients on a wide range of issues in the marijuana industry, from general business law  and planning to real estate and to regulatory issues and interpretation of the legal issues.
The Developing Marijuana Industry in Colorado 2015-12-23 07:00:00Z 0
Food for Thought
The Rotary Club of Denver Mile High continues its commitment to the kids and families of Harrington Elementary School by packing food bags each Friday during the school year - sending home enough food to feed 375 families over the weekend so the students return to school Monday morning ready to learn.
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Food Bags Fight Weekend Hunger, Preparing Kids for Learning
WHAT:                 Denver Mile High Rotary has partnered with Food for Thought – Denver to fill weekend food bags for 375 Harrington Elementary School students during the school year, preparing the students to come to school Monday morning ready to learn. New this year, a select group of 4th graders is learning the value of service to others from role models by participating in packing food bags for their classmates.
WHO:                    Denver Mile High Rotary, Food for Thought, Colorado Access, and Harrington Elementary Students
WHERE:                Harrington Elementary School, 2401 E. 37th Avenue, Denver, CO 80205
WHEN:                  Friday, September 25 from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m.
HOW:                    Food For Thought, Denver Mile High Rotary, and Colorado Access have teamed up to help solve the weekend childhood hunger problem in Denver.  With Denver Mile High Rotary Club as a civic partner and Colorado Access as a corporate partner, Food For Thought has launched Harrington Elementary as a model school for future growth for the program.  Each organization is lending important components:  financial, volunteer, and organizational support.
WHY:                     96% of Harrington Elementary students qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch, and during the week, children in low-income families rely on federally-funded school breakfast and lunch programs as their main nutritional meals. On the weekends, substantive meals set the stage to help them learn; however, these children do not get enough to eat. Every Friday during the school year, volunteers fill PowerSacks of food for children to take home – enough nutritional food to feed a family of four. By providing a PowerSack to each child in the school each week, we hope to assure that no child goes hungry over the weekend, and is ready to learn Monday morning.
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Denver Mile High End Polio Now Rotary Ride - October 10th 2015-09-08 06:00:00Z 0
Food For Thought
Denver Mile High Rotary Club is proud to kick off the new school year at Harrington Elementary School with the 2nd year of our Food for Thought program - where we pack 375 bags of food for the kids to take home to share with their families over the weekend. Recognizing a "need to feed" in our own community, DHMR's Local Community Service has prioritized this program with both funds (every dollar spent goes to purchasing food) and volunteers (8 Rotarians meet each Friday during the school year to pack and distribute the food bags directly to classrooms; we also partner with other organizations such as Colorado Access to make quick work of the task...and enjoy coffee afterwards in the school library sponsored by a local church!)
Be part of the positive change Denver Mile High Rotary Club members create in our community - join us for breakfast at an upcoming meeting to learn more!
DMHR Kicks Off New School Year at Harrington Elementary 2015-09-04 06:00:00Z 0
Colorado's Attorney General, Cynthia Coffman, spoke with the Denver Mile High Rotary Club this week as part of our weekly series of thought-provoking leaders sharing with us information on topics relevant to our community. Ms. Coffman discussed Colorado's marijuana laws and challenges her office faces in regulating the industry.
Be part of the conversation! Join us Wednesday mornings and Light Up Rotary!
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The Denver Mile High Rotary Hosts 1st Annual Rotary 30 Mile Fellowship Ride on Saturday, July 11

7:00 a.m. - START at REI, 1416 Platte St., Denver

7:45/8:00 a.m. - Riverpoint Water Stop, 3565 S Platte River Dr, Sheridan, CO 80110

9:00 a.m. - Ride to Fox Hollow Golf Course Clubhouse, 13410 W. Morrison Rd., Lakewood

Meet/Regroup at Fox Hollow - turn around ride back to REI to complete ride about 10:30/11 a.m.

​11:30 a.m. Ride/drive over to Denver Beer Co. for fellowship, fun, and liquid refreshments. 1695 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202


Register here!

Registration includes a $30 donation to mental health initiatives.

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Denver Mile High Rotary wrapped-up the school year at Harrington Elementary packing 475 PowerSacks for the kids to take food home for the weekend today. "It's awesome what our team can accomplish before 8:15 on a Friday morning," said project organizer, Greg Thielen. "These kids really appreciate our efforts. Seeing the smiles we bring to their faces makes it even more special," he continued. DMHR will return in the fall to Harrington Elementary to fill food bags each Friday morning during the school year. Interested in learning how you can support us? Please visit Food for Thought to learn more.
Here is a thank you letter we received from one of the kids:
It's a Wrap! 2015-05-22 06:00:00Z 0
A visit to Nicaragua was made by District 5450 Rotarians and interested parties.  Rotarians were Charles Rudolph and Bob Kemp of Denver Mile High Rotary and by Dr. Scott Nelson of Boulder Rotary Club.  There were a total of 6 people in our group including two significant partners of Rotarians.
One of our party was a civil engineer, Mark Van Nostrand, who is a volunteer with Boulder Valley Friendship Cities Association which is working on a separate Global Grant for Water and Sanitation in Northern Nicaragua in concert with Boulder Valley Rotary.  Mark wanted to compare his project’s practices with ours as well as to gain some knowledge of the area and problems.
Our trip included hosting Managua Rotary Club representatives to lunch, visiting their club meeting, and also by making a social visit to another Nicaraguan Rotary club, Rotary Club Ciudad Sandino. 
Nicaragua Water and Sanitation Projects 2015-05-20 06:00:00Z 0
Denver Mile High Rotary Club is proud to sponsor the Food for Thought program at Harrington Elementary School in Denver each week during the school year.
We pack 475 PowerSacks to send food home with the kids each Friday - and we'd love to have your help!
Please check our Calendar for upcoming events.
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Join Denver Mile High Rotary!
Ready to join? Please complete this membership application form.
Save time each quarter and automatically pay your dues via credit card! Simply complete this authorization, print, and submit it to the Club's Treasurer.
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Are you an established professional wanting to make positive changes in our community and around the world?
Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group of professionals who share your drive to give back. Over breakfast you'll:
  • Discuss our community's needs and discover creative ways to meet them
  • Expand your leadership and professional skills
  • Catch up with good friends and meet new ones
The Rotary Club of Denver Mile High accepts new members by invitation, so we invite you to join us at an upcoming meeting (your first breakfast is complimentary). It's not only a good way to get to know us—it's also a great way to get involved in our community.
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Rotary members are responsible leaders, both socially and ethically. We define leadership by mindset and approach, not labels or titles. Connecting with each other and our communities will always be the driving force behind Rotary. Rotary affects local communities on a global scale to create lasting change.
Rotary joins leaders from all continents, cultures, and occupations. Rotary exchanges ideas, bringing our expertise and diverse perspectives to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems. Rotary takes action to bring lasting change to communities around the world.
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