The Rotary Club of Niwot
October 13, 2022
Economic & Community Development
Empower Our Community
 Rotary clubs all over the world work with communities to advance local economies. Every community has different needs and different opportunities for service. Unemployment, underemployment, lack of economic opportunity, lack of appropriate training, and the absence of social safety nets lie at the core of poverty. For the poor, labor is often the only option to improve their well-being. Creating productive employment opportunities is essential for reducing poverty, achieving sustainable economic and social development, and providing income security and empowerment, especially for women, people with disabilities, youth, and the extremely poor. (Rotary Service Blog)
Upcoming Events
World Polio Day 
RCL Social
October 27 | 5-7 pm 
Niwot Wheel House
(No Morning Meeting)
  1. Have words of inspiration 
  2. Happy Dollars
  3. Lead the 4-Way Test at the conclusion of the meeting.
  4. Lead the Pledge of Allegiance 
November 3 - Deb F
November 10 - Ashok
November 17 - Greg
November 24 - No Meeting
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Giving Opportunities

THE POLIO PLUS SOCIETY was formed to encourage Rotarians to commit to a minimum of $100 per year to the PolioPlus Fund until polio is eradicated from the face of the earth. CLICK HERE to learn more.

Oct 06, 2022
Oct 13, 2022
Oct 20, 2022
Oct 27, 2022
Nov 03, 2022
Nov 10, 2022
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Longmont Chamber of Commerce Events

Don't forget to attend some of the many events hosted by the Chamber.  This is a great opportunity to meet others who are community minded and potential club members.  Click here to see their calendar.

RCN Website . . .

As our club website continues to develop, please remember to send your photos, stories, and contributions to the Editor, or upload to the Club's Facebook page.  We can only post information that is passed on to the Editor.  Thank you!
Meeting Responsibilities
Meeting Responsibilities Sept 20, 2018
Montgomery, Doug
Meeting Responsibilities January 2019
Greeter, Words, Pledge Jan 10
Kirkenaer, Jo

​"The Rotary Club of Niwot is a dynamic group of community-minded people devoted to serving both local and international communities."

Service Above Self
jeudis at 7:15 AM
The Left Hand Grange
195 2nd Ave
P.O. Box 20
Niwot, CO 80544
United States of America
District Site
Venue Map
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Mary Colwell
October 12
Rebecca Hult
October 14
Eric Rauschkolb
October 18
Kevin Parrot
October 23
Nicole McGann
November 8
Dudley Irwin
November 29
Spouse Birthdays
Tony Crider
October 6
Julie Daly
October 8
Tania Landauer
October 31
Teresa Parrot
November 5
Terry Reichen
November 28
Matt Dolan
Dany McCoy
October 4
Jeff Martin
November 1
Join Date
Patrick Engstrom
October 4, 2012
10 years
Eric Rauschkolb
October 9, 2014
8 years
Stacy Goresko
October 12, 2017
5 years
Deb Shumar
October 25, 2018
4 years
Jeff Martin
October 31, 2012
10 years
Ron Grunzweig
November 1, 2008
14 years
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Rotary Club of Niwot FAQ's
Q1.  When and where does the Rotary Club of Niwot (RCN) Meet?
  A1 = The Rotary Club of Niwot meets weekly, on Thursday mornings at 7:30AM to 8:30AM, in the Left Hand Grange #9 building, at 195 2nd Avenue, or 2nd Ave and Franklin Street in the town of Niwot, Colorado
Q2.  Is there a RCN calendar of events and meeting speakers?
  A2 = Yes, the RCN has a website found at (  There is a variety of information found on that site.  A Club Calendar can be found there with information about events and meeting speakers.
Q3.  What is the basic cost(s) or dues for the RCN?
A3 =  The quarterly dues for the Rotary Club of Niwot (RCN) are currently set at $175  for 3 months or quarterly in the months of July, October, January and April.  This $175 amount is to cover the required Rotary International Dues and the expense for providing breakfast at each Thursday morning meeting.  Additional costs or voluntary payments to the Rotary Foundation are separate and on-top of the quarterly dues. This includes the popular voluntary contribution known as “Every Rotarian Every Year”.
Q4.  What is the website called ClubRunner and how is it used by the RCN?
A4 = ClubRunner is an administration and communication software package that will enable clubs and districts to effectively: • Reach members • Improve communication between members • Better organize their club It is an online service comprised of powerful tools designed to: • Maintain your club data • Boost communications, and much more.
The ClubRunner site can be found online at (
Q5.  How do I log in at ClubRunner?
A5 = All Rotary members will be issued a login name and password when join the RCN.  The Login Username is comprised of the first “letter” of your first name + your last name + 6885.  An example would be John Doe should use the log in username of (jdoe6885).  The password that you are given by the Club must be changed when you log in the first time.
Q6.  Generally speaking, as an RCN Member, what would I routinely use ClubRunner for?
A6 = The RCN ClubRunner site is very useful to routinely track your quarterly club membership payments, track your club attendance or access the rotary member’s email service.  The email component of ClubRunner is a fast and simple way to generate email communications or notices with other Rotary Club members or groups of members.
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