The Rotary Club of Gunnison Colorado

4th of July Fireworks 2013

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President Pamela Christian  and our President-Elect, Gary Shondeck

Rotary Club of Gunnison welcomes visiting Rotarians and other guests to our weekly Tuesday meetings at Savage Library on WSCU campus, Room 101, Gunnison, Co 81230 from 12:00-1:00pm. 

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This Month at the Rotary

April 25th, Peter Harding hosts Gary Steffens on “Energy: The Big Transition. Securing America’s Energy Future.”

Upcoming Speakers

May 23rd, Lauren Holbrook hosts the Crested Butte Rotary’s Exchange Student.

Spotlight on Service
New Membership page
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Rotary Membership Application


2017 Grant Applications are COMING SOON!

The Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs of Gunnison
MAY 7&8,2016

Front range community college grant recipient

2014 Grant Recipients

The Rotary Club of Gunnison awards Six Points $2,500.00 towards their Capital Campaign.

Six Points awarded a 2,500 grant toward capital campaign


2015 Grant
and Scholarship Recipients
2013 Grant Recipients
 From Left: Imagination Library $500 - Six Points $500 - Partners $500
2013 Grant Recipients
Mountain Roots $500 - Senorita Rita's Rockin Reading Route $500 - Adaptive Sports $500

Advantages to Membership:

  • Check Mark Insight and inspiration
  • Check Mark Networking in this community, plus any city
  • Check Mark Philanthropy and service
  • Check Mark Friendships
  • Check Mark For those that travel, it is like a home coming
  • Check Mark May be the only time you go out for lunch
  • Check Mark Membership is transferrable to any other club
  • Check Mark Summer vacationers can attend events locally
  • Check Mark Polio Plus – ending polio worldwide
  • Check Mark Increase visibility for your organization

How Rotarians in Gunnison Give Back:

  • Check Mark Be a part of Gunnison’s largest event – 4th of July
  • Check Mark Participate with Mortar Crew (blowing up stuff)
  • Check Mark Decide which senior deserves the three $2,000

College Scholarships

  • Check Mark Host a Foreign Exchange Student for a month
  • Check Mark Provide every 3rd grader their own dictionary
  • Check Mark Meet professionals in the County & business leaders weekly
  • Check Mark Clean up a mile of Highway 50 with a fun team
  • Check Mark Decide on grant requests and fund projects
  • Check Mark Attend lunch and learn Mondays at noon

Rotary is the world’s largest service organization with 1.2 million members in 200 countries and territories. It is not religious or political, but rather is dedicated to improving the lives of people, especially youth, around the world.

Contact Connie Rudd to learn what you could be part of.  970-943-3157

We are this close to ending Polio”