Club Meeting Location Info


Serving Golden and the world since 1986

Breakfast Meeting Location:  

The Club at Rolling Hills

15707 West 26th Avenue

Golden, CO   80401

Meeting Day & Time:


7:15 - 8:30 am

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Home Page Stories
Did you know that Mines Rotaract is holding a fundraiser on April 3 to raise $5,000 to support childhood cancer research? No? Well, here is the scoop! Let's all turn out to support their work, Golden Rotarians and Golden Community. 😎👍
Here is the next Mental Wellness Tip for the 2020 calendar year! With special thanks to Golden High School students and the Golden Rotary "Mental Wellness Committee" for this inspiration.  
When Rotarians from all over the world get together, they share ideas, and take action! Here is DG Tony Sharma (District 1130 London) with PDG Jim Halderman (D. 5450), Golden PE Tom Baker, and Golden Rotarian Peggy Halderman all poised for action! Want more information about the Indus Peace Park?  Reach out to DG Sharma (
Rotary eClub One is a fully chartered Rotary club and spending 30 minutes on their club site is a Rotary International approved make-up. Rotary International by-laws were changed in 2007 to provide for this make-up. If you have not completed an online make-up yet, you will find it full of more Rotary information then you might typically get at a traditional meeting.

Interested in Membership in the Rotary Club of Golden?  Contact Membership Chair, Pat Madison,, or call 303-279-1021.  If you want a membership application, please download one from the file on the left under "Home Page Download Files."

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