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Rotary district conference is in Glenwood this week

Rotary Club officers, members and youth exchange representatives from throughout Colorado’s District 5470 will be in Glenwood Springs later this week for the annual Rotary Roundup district conference.

The conference takes place Thursday through Saturday at the Glenwood Springs Community Center, including club officer and program training sessions and a Friday lunch talk by Sylvia Whitlock, who was the first female Rotarian president. A Friday dinner at the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park will feature a keynote address by Rotary International president’s representative Drew Kessler.

Saturday sessions will include a Rotary Youth Exchange flag ceremony and a 100th birthday celebration for the Rotary International Foundation with guest speaker Christine Grodecki of the RI Foundation.


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