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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Cheyenne
Cheyenne

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m.
Little America
2800 West Lincolnway
Cheyenne,
United States of America
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As our Exchange Student, Natasha Gift Walsimbi, ends her year with us, we will hear of her journey this year as she prepares to return to Uganda.
Cheyenne Sunrise Club Past President, Brenda Laird, presented the Club with a donation for our local projects.  President Beth accepted the check in the amount of $4913.54.
The money was designated for the Adaptive Bike project.  Funds not used for this purpose have been designated for the Rotary Park.
 
 
CHEYENNE – The City of Cheyenne will host an open house next week for residents to provide feedback on the future of the new Rotary Park.
Those who attend will be able to review two master plan concepts for the 12-acre park, which is located southeast of Mylar Park along Dry Creek just west of Powderhouse Road.
The open house will be Tuesday, July 16, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Coyote Ridge Elementary School (5515 Powderhouse Road).
Feedback at the open house will be incorporated into the final master plan for Rotary Park.
Overarching goals for Rotary Park include:
  • Open Space: Preserve the open space by enhancing the natural environment using low-water species and low maintenance vegetation.
  • Gather: Provide a destination for people to gather and support community events.
  • Play: Introduce play elements to activate the park – the master plan explores traditional play equipment as well as nature play.
  • Stormwater Management: Improve water quality for the community by increasing water storage and enhancing water filtration along the Powderhouse corridor drainage. This will result in improved life safety during major flooding events along Dry Creek.
  • Learn: Celebrate the history of the site and acknowledge the Cheyenne Rotary Club’s involvement in creating this new park. Additional educational components include environmental and flood control benefits of the park and environmental education.
Rotary Park will be Cheyenne’s newest park and is possible thanks to a donation from the Cheyenne Rotary Club Foundation earlier this year.
 
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Robin Bocanegra
Jul 31, 2024
Comea Shelter
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Secretary
Rotary Foundation Chair
Club Administration
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New Generations Co Chair
New Generations Co-Chair
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Service Projects Co-Chair
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President - Cheyenne Rotary Foundation
Vice President - Cheyenne Rotary Foundation
Secretary - Cheyenne Rotary Foundation
Treasurer - Cheyenne Rotary Foundation
Member - Cheyenne Rotary Foundation

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