Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Board Member - Membership
Board Member - Community projects
Board Member - International & R. I. Foundation
Immediate Past President
Community Grants Chair
Youth Services Chair
Environment Committee
Carbondale Rotary Club
Welcome to our Club!

We meet In Person & Online
Wednesdays at 6:45 a.m.
Carbondale Fire District HQ
301 Meadowood Drive
Carbondale, CO 81623
United States of America
We are now conducting hybrid meetings in person and via Zoom.
We Want You--- to turn in your gas-powered lawn equipment and trade up to electric! Green for Green starts this Saturday at Ace Hardware in Carbondale. Every piece of small engine gas-powered lawn equipment including push mowers, edge trimmers, leaf blowers and even chainsaws will qualify for a $50 gift card towards the purchase of a new electric replacement. Now's the time to do yourself and the planet a favor and save money at the same time (first with the gift card, then later with cheaper electricity!)
Come join members of the Carbondale Rotary Environmental Committee at the locations listed on the image above and thanks to our partners at the Carbondale Environmental Fund, CLEER, and Trinity Recycling for making this happen. Starting this way you could walk away with cleaner, greener landscaping options! See you there!
 Fireball Drop sponsored by Ace Hardware was another great success!
The Carbondale Rotary and the Carbondale and Rural Fire Protection District teamed up once again to drop up to 1,000 colored ping pong balls (or more) from a fire ladder truck on First Friday, May 3rd at 5pm! What was new this year is that the whole spectacle moved downtown on Main Street outside the Village Smithy! As before, the ball closest the center target w0n the $5,000 grand prize and belonged to Carbondale resident Anna Vitali! Congratulations Anna!
Balls were purchased for $20/each online at or at City Market Carbondale (every weekend and the full week prior) or through our partners at Ascendigo Autism Services and the Carbondale and Rural Fire Protection District.
We raised over $40,000 and all proceeds after expenses go to local volunteer projects, scholarships, Rotary youth exchange and social programs! Thanks to everyone who bought a ball (or 3 or more!)
Calling all hungry Potato Day fans! Rotary will be firing up the grill for pancakes once again on Saturday, October 7th in downtown Carbondale!
Join us at the park at 4th Street and Main Street in downtown Carbondale for delicious pancakes (and potato pancakes) from 8:30am to 10:30am.
Regular pancakes are $10/plate (or potato pancakes for $15/plate) including sausage, orange juice and Bonfire coffee! All proceeds went to benefit the Rotary Club of Carbondale and our scholorships, grants and service projects.
Hope to see you there!
Rotary Bell Ringers
Many thanks to all of the Rotarians and community partners who helped us ring the bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign this holiday season. Our final total was over $12,000 collected at the Carbondale City Market kettle location.
We had a successful 2023 Fireball Drop on May 5, raising over $35,000 to support scholarships for local graduating seniors, community grants, international projects, Rotary Youth Exchange, and more!
Our club honored the memory of former member and Past President Wendy Moore with the dedication of her plaque on the Rotary Memorial Wall on June 14, 2023. Attending were husband and Rotarian Bob Moore and their daughters, Mandy and Missy.
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.