Welcome to the Northglenn-Thornton Rotary Club
"Service Above Self"
On behalf of the Northglenn-Thornton Rotary Club, we would like to welcome you to our club website.
Our club is committed to the core Rotary principle of "Service Above Self"
We meet the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month at Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center in Thornton.
The 2nd Tuesday of each month is Local Eats where we dine at local restaurants in Northglenn & Thornton.
Local Eats Lunch: 12:05pm
Social gatherings are the 4th week of the month - check out the calendar to see where we'll be this month!
Board Meetings are the 4th Wednesday of each month at 4:30pm
Click on the calendar button below for more information and to check out all the fun things we're doing this month!
Annual Duck Derby!
Every year on July 4th, the Northglenn-Thornton Rotary Club puts on its biggest and longest running fundraiser,
the Duck Derby!
Location, location, location!
The duck race is held at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn, in conjunction with the City of Northglenn’s July 4th Festival!
A Great Cause!
During the event, thousands of small rubber ducks are released into the canal through a large chute and then race to the finish line. Prior to releasing the small ducks, there's a Giant Duck race for large decorated ducks.
There are more than 150+ winners between both events and proceeds go right back into the community supporting local food banks, literacy/youth leadership scholarships, CASA teens, and much, much more!
What We Believe
Rotarians believe in helping out where we can. Sometimes that's internationally, sometimes it’s nationwide, but most often it is right in our own back yards. Our back yards happen to be Northglenn and Thornton, Colorado. We are very passionate about giving back to our communities and helping the amazing people in them grow!
Scholarships, Student of the Month, CASA, RYLA:, Big Idea Project mentoring young leaders in the community
FOOD SERVICE PROJECTS
$10k annually distributed among four local food banks -
two in Northglenn, two in Thornton
Polio eradication worldwide, disaster and shelter relief, nursing scholarships in Uganda, clean water projects
Download the New Member's Packet
The benefits of being a member of your local Rotary club include:
Connecting with other leaders in your community, numerous volunteer opportunities, raising money and donations for projects in the community that are in the most need, growing your business, growing yourself as a person, making new friends.
Come To A Meeting!
Our meetings at Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center always have an informative program from leaders in our community (local non-profits, government officials, service organizations, and much more). Enjoy lunch AND learn! The good news. . .dues cover the cost of all lunches and social outings!
Or better yet, be our guest at an upcoming lunch meeting! Enjoy lunch on us and meet our club members!
Margaret Carpenter Rec. Center
11151 Colorado Blvd,
Thornton, CO 80233