Welcome to our Club!
Broomfield Crossing

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:10 AM
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 Our club is meeting in person at iPIE as well as online via Zoom. If you'd like to attend via Zoom please email us for the link.
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Scheduled Speakers
Broomfield High MESA Champs
Oct 03, 2023 7:15 AM
Overcoming Language Inequities in Food Banks
Chloe DiVita
Oct 10, 2023 7:15 AM
Bill Muirhead
Oct 17, 2023 7:15 AM
Rotary Youth Protection
Audrey Leavitt
Oct 24, 2023 7:15 AM
World Polio Day - Rotary Impact
Holiday & 5th Tuesday - No Meeting!
Oct 31, 2023 7:15 AM
Holiday & 5th Tuesday - No Meeting!

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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
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.
Club Board Members (*) & Chairs
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Social Committee Chair
Programs Chair
Youth Services
Road Clean-up
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We are family: Rotary Youth Exchange

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