Feb 15 – Joe & Jenn Wheeling – James Ranch, Locally Grown
Feb 22 – Staff from Mercy Hospital will be presenting Heart Attack Rescue
Mar 1 – Allison Andersen, ‘Know Your Dough’ presentation
Mar 8 – Jason Armstrong – Asst Dir, SW Center for Independence
Mar 15 –Ty Churchwell – Update Animas River cleanup/Silverton Superfund progress (Downstairs Meeting Room)
Mar 22 – Thomas Heuser, new Director – San Juan Symphony
Mar 29 – Cliff Spenser, Superintendent – Mesa Verde National Park – Update
Apr 5 – Bill Luthy – OEDIT – Winners of State Grant for New Business Ideas
Apr 12 – More Info Coming Soon!
Apr 19 – David Scott, Xinjiang China project update (Downstairs Meeting Room)
Apr 26 – Tom Schulze – Exchange student – Germany
April 28th – Casino Night! (see more info under Special Events)
May 3 – Club Committee Reports – Update on High Noon’s activities/endeavors
May 10 – Buna Dahal, Nepalese blind visionary, re: a Denver Rotary International Project
May 17 – Officer of the Year Award Ceremony
May 24 – Fiore Curra – Exchange Student – Argentina
May 31 – More Info Coming Soon!
June 22-24 – Navajo Camping Weekend
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Casino Night – April 28th
Into The Wild
The Durango High Noon Rotary proudly presents the 13th Annual Casino Night, “Into the Wild”. This event will be held at the Doubletree Hotel on the evening of Saturday, April 28th and will feature a cash bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction as well as LIVE table games including blackjack, poker, roulette and craps. The Grand Prize is a trip to Las Vegas including 2 nights at the Doubletree Hotel and $500 spending money. Tickets are $55 each. This event is the primary fundraiser for the Durango High Noon Rotary Club and its proceeds directly fund the club’s college scholarship program, which presents approximately 15-20 scholarships to local high school and vocational students each year. This is a “dress up” event (think leopard, zebra, fur, etc.) and all are welcome. Additional information and tickets are available by calling (970)759-1180.