Welcome to the Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club
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Club News
We had an incredible time celebrating the achievements of 2023-2024 and expressing our gratitude to President Owen Schoolsky and the board for their outstanding leadership of the Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club. The evening was filled with excitement as we welcomed our new President, Brenda Small, and introduced the dynamic new board for 2024-2025. Held on Saturday, September 7, 2024, at Biaggi's in Colorado Springs, the night was full of fun, fellowship, festivities, and the magic of Rotary. Nicole Schoolsky was honored as Rotarian of the Year, and President Brenda inducted Rob as the newest member of our club as her first official act. We were also delighted to be joined by special guests: Brenda's family, RI 5470 District Governor Whitney Smythe-Smith, Tarah King,  Becky Kiser and her husband, Greg Sund, and Monument Hill Kiwanis member RF. It was truly a magical night.
Happy 4th of July from Monument, Colorado—home to the biggest small-town parade in the US! The Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club was in full swing, networking and selling “chances” for the upcoming 2nd Annual Golf Ball Drop on September 7th, 2024 for the Heart of Monument Play Park Event. Families had a blast with golf ball toss games and learning about what our local Rotary club has been doing in our communities. Teaming up with Kiwanis to help build a community play park area for everyone. (Photo on right: Monument Kiwanis Pres. Scott and Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club's Pres. Brenda Small)
Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club humbly accepted Nonprofit of the Year at the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner held at the Colorado Springs Marriott on April 12, 2024.
"Winners were announced at the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner, held April 12 at the Colorado Springs Marriott. The event featured a sumptuous dinner, silent and live auctions and dancing. Award winners were: Volunteer of the Year — Sheri Miller; Nonprofit of the Year — Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club; Ambassador of the Year — Amber Jack of Edward Jones; Businesspersons of the Year — Shannon and Rich Schur of Schur Success Group; and Economic Development Business of the Year — Geneva Technologies." (Gazette, 4/22/24). Click Here to see Full article
Great Valentine’s Day with the seniors decorating cookies and cupcakes at Bethesda Gardens and Jackson Creek Senior Living all while spreading love and joy 💕 . We even got to see Elvis perform at BG. Big shoutout and THANK YOU to American Pie Bakery (www.americanpiecolorado.com) for donating the cookies for our special day with the residents! They loved how cute and yummy they were!

The scholarship program was initiated by Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary Club in 2024 when the Club decided to offer a scholarship to three deserving D38 high school graduating seniors; (Palmer Ridge High School, Lewis-Palmer High School, Monument Academy, & Homeschoolers).  These students must be attending a postsecondary institution - trade school, community college, university, or another education pursuit. 

The deadline for 2024 applications is April 15, 2024.

On February 8, 2024, the Rotary Club of Puerto Vallarta presented the bus keys. The next day, they handed over a van/bus to the school an provided us with the opportunity to meet some of the school staff and morning shift students via Zoom. Khurshid Qureshi (Tri-Lakes)  gave a brief tour of the school facilities. This van was purchased with contributions from Tri-Lakes Dynamic Rotary, Broadmoor Rotary, and the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs. An attachment with signage for the van is included. Thank you all. Additionally, books and school supplies were donated to the students.
On February 2nd, the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs' World Peace and Understanding Luncheon, featured a remarkable guest speaker, LeAnn Thieman. Our very own, Brenda Small- President-Elect, was one of the organizers. There wasn't a dry eye in the room and she was an awesome speaker who had everybody's attention every second until the end of the program.
"Who is LeAnn Thieman? LeAnn, a celebrated international keynote speaker, author, and nurse, experienced an incredible journey during the Vietnam Orphan Airlift in 1975. This harrowing experience, where she played a pivotal role in rescuing 300 babies as Saigon fell, is vividly recounted in her book, "This Must Be My Brother." 
Billy Jack and Jeanne from The Remount Foundation came to share about the foundation’s work in supporting service members, veterans, first responders, and their families to find healing from the effects of PTSD, TBI, and other life trauma through equine therapy.
Photo: Billy Jack Barrett, Shun Beasley, Jeanne Springer, Owen Schoolsky
Upcoming Events
About Our Club
Tri-Lakes Dynamic

People of Action!

We meet In Person & Online
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce
166 Second St.
Monument, CO 80132
United States of America
Two Meetings a Month: 1st Thursday: General- Zoom http://tinyurl.com/TLDYCZoom 3rd Thursday: General- In Person. All interested and potential members are welcome. Contact: trilakesdynamicrotary@gmail.com for updates
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Immediate Past President
Past President 22-23
Director Public Relations
Web Master
Director of Community Events and Service Projects
Co-Director of Youth and Education
Co-Director of Youth and Education
Director of International Projects
Director of Environmental Committee
Director of Fundraising
Interclub Liaison
Rotary continues to support Turkey as it rebuilds from earthquake

More than US$4 million funds water, education, agriculture supplies, and equipment for affected communities

An innovator with impact

Rotary’s latest alumni award honoree, Gaetano Scamarcio, pursues scientific and societal progress

Arbor daze: The therapeutic benefits of forest bathing

Awash in woodland wonder, a skeptical writer acknowledges the therapeutic benefits of forest bathing.

July 2024
2024 TLDRC Changeover Dinner RSVP HERE
D5470 Int'l Newsletter March 2024
D5470 March Newsletter
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Brenda Small
    July 2
  • Maryam Eaton
    Steve Eaton
    July 2
  • Steve Eaton
    July 2
  • Owen Schoolsky
    Nicole Schoolsky
    July 23