Boulder Flatirons Rotary receives Governor’s Award

The Rotary Club of Boulder Flatirons has received the District 5450 Governor’s Award. The award was given at the District Conference and is in recognition to the club for its proactive and creative strategies to influence membership growth and retention. Rotarians Alta Drumm and Carolyn Marino accepted the award on behalf of the club. The club will also be honored with the Presidential Citation award at the Rotary International Convention in Birmingham, England, later this month. Boulder Flatirons Rotary Club was chartered in 1997 and currently has 40 members. Among its ongoing projects is support of Justice High School, Meals on Wheels of Boulder, the Parenting Place and Attention Homes -- all in Boulder, as well as a hearing screening project in Mante, Mexico, and water projects in India, Rwanda and Ecuador. Members meet weekly on Wednesday mornings at East Boulder Senior Center. For more information about the club, visit Information about other clubs in this area will be found at

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