Welcome to our Club!
We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:10 a.m.
Infinitus iPIE Pizza
145 Nickel St.
Broomfield, CO 80020
United States of America
Mailing Address: PO Box 691, Broomfield, CO 80038-0691 Email: Broomfieldcrossingrotary@gmail.com We offer hybrid meetings in person and via Zoom. Email us for the link.
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Scheduled Speakers
Imal Momand
Jul 23, 2024 7:10 AM
Rotary Peace Alumnus
5th Tuesday - Event TBD
Jul 30, 2024 7:10 AM
5th Tuesday - Event TBD
Jordan Long
Aug 06, 2024 7:10 AM
Revital Colorado
Tim Jackson
Aug 13, 2024 7:10 AM
Past, Present, Future of Personal Mobility - Flying Cars to Take Off
We are thankful for Infinitus PIE (infinituspie.com) & their offering us a place to meet each week.

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"Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide  who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world."

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The Rotary FOUR-WAY TEST of things we think, say or do:

I.    Is it the TRUTH?

II.   Is it FAIR to all concerned?


IV.  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


Upcoming Events
Tonight, at the home of Carol Norcross, we held the Installation for our 2024-25 Rotary year. We recognized Holly Taylor with the Anne Crouse Award, and Kyle Dimitt with Rotarian of the Year Award. Holly Taylor was installed as Club President and Kyle Dimitt as Club President-Elect for 2024-25 Rotary year. Alice Kidney was recognized and presented a pin for her 10 years of service as Club Treasurer, and Ester Worker was presented with her Past-President pin. It's been a great year for Broomfield Crossing Rotary!
Congratulations to all, and thank you for your service.
This is a follow up to our EPIC Day of Service held May 18th.
Below the photos is a note from the Director of Bal Swan Children's Center thanking us for our help.
Hi Folks!
Please forgive me for the terrible delay in thanking you all! The Rotary EPIC day of service was awesome and we SO appreciate your incredible generosity.
You cleaned our gutters, trimmed back trees, power washed part of the building, painted a fun path and line-up spots for children and helped with the weeding.  (the kids LOVE the line up spots and the bike path!!!)
We cannot thank you enough and I hope your members felt like their work and time was valued and appreciated!
Now that the partnership between the clubs has begun, let's keep it going!  As we plan our expansion, we would love for the Rotary Clubs to unite in sponsoring the new library or community gathering space.
Thank you for your commitment to community and to people!
2024 Peaches Sale is active. Contact your neighbors, friends, relatives, ... just about anyone will like these delicious peaches. Having them order via the link on our website is the best way to go. If you are doing manual sales, please collect as people order. Nancy Clark has offered a restaurant gift card to the person that sells the most this year. Any questions, please contact Gary McKee at 303.884.3301 or toptrack@msn.com
Members of Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing joined Rod Gillard in cleaning and organizing the Broomfield Lions club shed. A great partnership!
On Tuesday, February 27, 2024, Broomfield Crossing Rotary re-packaged 600 pounds of white flour that we purchased for Broomfield FISH. That would convert to approximately 260 packages at 2 pounds 5 ounces per package.

Show are volunteers from our club helping with packaging.
We would like to thank everyone who attended and supported our 7th Annual Broomfield Brain Trust at The Chateaux At Fox Meadows. The Prevagenarians was the winning team after a double-overtime competition.
See you at next year's competition.
The Prevagenarians being awarded their trophy
Legacy HS Volunteers
Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing & Friends
Today at our Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing meeting we had a very interesting presentation from JoAnne Weed in what we call our Member Spotlight ... sharing with us about their life.
On Tuesday, February 6, 2024 we were fortunate to have Rotary District 5450 District Governor Jim Johnston visit & speak at our club meeting. Shown present him with a certificate are Club President Esther Worker & Program Chair Kyle Dimitt.
On Tuesday, January 31st members of Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing presented a Citizen of the Month Certificate and gift card to Nnedi Udokwu, a 5th grade student at Emerald Elementary School in Broomfield. She was nominated by her teacher Ms Miller. Rotary members in the photo include: Club President Esther Worker, members Carol Norcross, Jo Anne Weed, and Mary Ann Hard. 
We are so pleased to sponsor this program at Emerald Elementary School.

At our club meeting this morning, Mark W. Smith, the Volunteer Coordination Specialist with the City and County of Broomfield presented about opportunities in our community. In recognition of his presentation, our club will donate polio vaccine to help eradicate polio in the world. Shown presenting the certificate are club president Esther Worker & Program Chair Kyle Dimitt.
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On Tuesday, January 16th we inducted Mary Ann Hard into our club as our newest member. Shown presenting her name badge and certificate is Club President Esther Worker. Welcome to Rotary Mary Ann.
Today, Tuesday, January 9th Club Member Jeff Jones presented on Inflection Points - how people, places, jobs and activities make you who you are…thanks Jeff!
Here's a picture of our packaging crew from Thursday, December 21, 2023, when we packaged 100lbs of rice and 600lbs of beans that we purchased and delivered to Broomfield FISH.
During the 2023 calendar year, Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing purchased and packaged $18,692.59 of bulk goods weighing 28,000 lbs. spending an estimated 1,175 hours. Some of these goods were purchased with a Rotary District 5450 grant that we received in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Broomfield (evening club), and the Rotary Club of Westminster.
It is our privilege to help support our community. Our Rotary moto is "Service above Self".
If you'd like to visit Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing, our meetings are held 7:10AM on Tuesday mornings (except for holiday weeks) at iPIE 145 Nickel St in Broomfield. All are Welcome.
Our Club had a very busy and successful December. In addition to our meetings, packaging for Broomfield FISH, and our weekly social gatherings, we pulled off a very successful Santa Visit season. Hopefully some is captured in the pictures attached. Thanks to all Broomfield Crossing Rotarians and friends for their help.
Each year since 2020 we have hosted a parade for those at the FRIENDS facility in Broomfield. Father Christmas & Mrs. Claus are in the parade along with the Broomfield Police Department, North Metro Fire Department, and a number of decorated cars. 
Each year in conjunction with City & County of Broomfield Health & Human Services, we host a party for foster children and their families at the Community Center. They enjoy games, cookie decorating, and visiting with Father Christmas & Mrs. Claus. We give each child a gift sack with candy and a $25 gift card.
Each year Father Christmas & Mrs. Claus visit with Kohl Street Kids Preschool and After School children to give sacks of candy and give the children a chance to talk with Father Christmas and sing Christmas carols.
 Every year before Emerald Elementary School in Broomfield closes for the winter break, we purchase a book for each of the children attending that school. We place a label in each book on which the teachers then put the name of the student receiving this book.
A Special Thanks to Mike Danies who played Father Christmas, and Holly Taylor who played Mrs. Claus for the holiday festivities.
Assistant Governor for District 5450, Rebecca Jeffares, joined us Tuesday December 12th to speak about her role as AG for the district and her career as a Data Protection Officer for Data Business Services.
Rebecca Jeffares has been supporting Data Business Services since December 2016 in preparing and editing proposed legislation and client documentation content and in organizing the international development of Data Business Services.
Rebecca is shown receiving her presentation certificate from Kyle Dimitt, Program Chair for our club. The certificate indicates that our club is donating polio vaccine in honor of her presentation.
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Tuesday, December 5th we had the pleasure of hearing from Don Moseley. Don has been the Executive Director of Ralston House since 2006. Under his leadership, Ralston House has increased its scope of services, now serving children and teens at three sites - Arvada, Northglenn and Lakewood. Shown receiving his certificate for presenting are Kyle Dimitt, club Program chair & Don.
On Tuesday, November 28th members and friends of our Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing gathered at the Stokes' home for our annual Santa Sack Stuffing Party. We signed holiday cards that will be delivered to nursing homes, and stuffed sacks with candy and gift cards for distribution in the next couple of weeks.
We did a toast to our good friend and fellow Rotarian Larry Hendershot, who passed away November 18th after dealing with Parkinson's and Lewy Body Dementia for the past several years. Larry and his wife Norah were involved in the planning and implementation of our Santa Visit Program for many years. Larry will be greatly missed.
The presenter at our club meeting this morning was Nicole Brecht who shared with us her creation and involvement in the non-profit 'The Good Life Refuge'. Their mission is to provide a safe haven for abused and at-risk farm animals. In the photo our Past Club President Jo Anne Stokes is presenting Nicole with her certificate indicating that in honor of her presentation, our club will donate doses of polio vaccine.
Today members of Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing repackaged 600lbs of Laundry Detergent which we purchased for Broomfield FISH. They are smiling under the masks! Thanks to Rotary Club of Broomfield (evening club) and Rotary Club of Westminster for partnering with us on the Rotary District 5450 grant that helps us continue this project each week.
At our Tuesday morning meeting today, our speaker was Steven Ohlfest who's presentation was regarding Tiny Homes. It was a very interesting presentation. As thanks for our speaker, our Club President Esther Worker presented Steven with a certificate indicating our donation of polio vaccine in his honor.

Everyone is welcome to join us for our club meetings held at iPIE, 145 Nickel St in Broomfield starting at 7:10AM. First time visitors get a free b'fast pie made by Pizza Pete. Join us ... we have fun!
What an inspiring presentation from Audrey Leavitt (pictured below, left), Rotarian and member of the District 5450 Polio Committee. Audrey became involved with polio eradication in 1999 when she traveled to Madagascar to do inoculations with a team from Rotary District 7450. That experience had a profound effect on her. Since then, she has helped with National Inoculation Days (NIDs) in Nigeria and several times in India.
For more information on how to can support Rotary's efforts for the eradication of polio worldwide, visit https://portal.clubrunner.ca/.../SitePage/polio-eradication
In honor of Audrey's presentation, our club donated doses of polio vaccine in her honor.
Also pictured is Jo Stokes, past club president.
Tuesday, October 17th members of our Broomfield Crossing Rotary Club volunteered to sort clothes at A Precious Child.
On Thursday October 19th members of Broomfield Crossing Rotary repackaged 600lbs of beans purchased for Broomfield FISH food bank.
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On Thursday October 5th members of PEO Chapter FO helped our Rotary Club to repackage 600lbs of flour for Broomfield FISH food bank.
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Chloe DiVita presented about "How Our Words Impact Our Mindset" at our club meeting Tuesday, October 10th. Shown presenting her with a certificate indicating a donation toward End Polio Now will be made in her honor, are Peter Crouse, Membership Chair and Esther Worker, Present of our Rotary Club.
This morning at our Rotary Club meeting, students from Broomfield High School Engineering Club presented on their award-winning app design to help Broomfield FISH. Here they are presented with their certificates indicating that $'s will be donated to eradicate Polio in honor of their presentation. Below is additional information on their efforts.
      MESA champions. From left: Glori, Coleman, Ethan, Landon.
Broomfield High MESA Champs
Overcoming Language Inequities in Food Banks

Topic: Four students from the Broomfield High School Engineering club traveled to New Mexico this spring, where they won the national Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) competition with their mobile app designed to overcome language inequities faced by users of our local food bank FISH.

Speakers: Members of the Broomfield High Engineering Club - Seniors Ethan Dorman, Coleman Eschenbrenner, Landon Wood and Glori Erichson.


Members of Broomfield Crossing Rotary Club packaged 600lbs of Oatmeal for Broomfield FISH on Tuesday, September 29th. Thanks to those who volunteered ... and thanks to club members who donate $'s so we can purchase the Oatmeal we package.
A Huge THANK YOU to members and friends of the Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing for your hard work and dedication in pulling off our Broomfield Days activities. Here are just some of the pictures submitted, and we got great coverage by the Broomfield Enterprise. Financial results will take a little longer to sort out. 
Join in the FUN & Help with Broomfield Days Pancake Breakfast & Bingo! Go to the link on the left side of the page to sign up.
We should all be very proud about the good works we are doing for our community through our repackaging project for Broomfield FISH. This past week we were featured in the Broomfield FISH Community Catch newsletter (see below) and with a story in the Broomfield Leader online newspaper (follow the link) Rotary Club repackaging initiative provides $13K of goods for families - BroomfieldLeader
Keep up the good work ... and remember to donate $'s and time to the project.
Community Catch - November 2022
Volunteer Spotlight:
Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing
Shown are members of Broomfield Crossing Rotary Club gathered after a meeting to label bags used for repackaging.
Prior to the COVID pandemic, Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing had adopted the oatmeal shelf in our marketplace. With the pandemic, they stopped holding in-person meetings and were unable to collect the oatmeal donations. One of their members, Jeff Taylor, came up with the idea to purchase oatmeal in 50lb sacks and repackage it into family portions at their offsite facility to deliver to FISH. They continued to do this each month, eventually adding pinto beans to the repackaging efforts thanks to the contributions of Rotary Club members. In 2021, they approached FISH about repackaging other bulk items that we purchase. They continued to do this each week through 2021 and into early 2022. 
With funds from the Broomfield Crossing Rotary Foundation, the Broomfield Evening Rotary Club, and the Westminster Rotary Club, the Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing applied for and received a District Grant to expand their bulk-food repackaging efforts. With this collective $14,000, they were able to start purchasing detergent, white flour, rice, sugar, salt, and corn flour to add to the oatmeal and beans they were repackaging. Members of the Rotary Club and others gather at the iPIE commissary kitchen in Louisville each week to repackage 600lbs of these bulk items for Broomfield FISH. They work with our Food Operations Manager, Mike Lutz, so that they can offer the most-needed items. Since May 2022, they have repackaged more than 23,000 pounds of bulk product totaling almost $13,000 worth of food and personal care items. This includes the items provided by the club as well as by the District Grant.
The District Grant will continue through April 2023, when they anticipate applying for an additional grant to extend the program. In addition to the product purchased, Broomfield Crossing Rotary Club, along with help from a local P.E.O. Chapter, have put in an estimated over 1,500 hours of volunteer service toward the goals of this project.
In this season of giving, anyone who would like to help feed our community through this project may donate funds to the Broomfield Crossing Rotary Foundation. In addition, for each $50, you can receive a gift card representing a donation of a 50-pound bag of oatmeal or beans in honor of a loved one. Contact Gary McKee at toptrack@msn.comfor more information.
Shown are Jeff Taylor, Bill Muirheid, Gary McKee, Jeff Jones, Holly Taylor, and Sharyn Breslin preparing to repackage white flour for Broomfield FISH.
Our 2022 Christmas Holiday Season was a huge success. A big thanks to all who participated, and a special thanks to Mike Daniels and Nancy Clark for being our Father Christmas and Mrs Claus this year. Enjoy the assortment of photos put together thanks to Jo Anne Stokes photography.

Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing was well represented at Taste-it-Broomfield on Wednesday, July 27th at the 1STBANK Center.
Shown staffing the booth are (left-to-right) Jan Stokes, Alice Kidney, Carol Scolari & Jo Anne Stokes.
We were very pleased to have the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce join us at iPIE on Tuesday, June 7th during our normal morning meeting time. iPIE's Peter Crouse hosted the event with great conversation and celebration. Go Broomfield!
Thanks to Jo Anne Stokes for the pictures.
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