Speaker Date Topic
NO MEETING - WE ARE DARK THIS WEEK Nov 30, 2021
Denise Stepto Dec 07, 2021 7:10 AM
Energy Outreach
Energy Outreach

Mission

Energy Outreach Colorado leads a network of industry, state and local partners to Support, Stabilize and Sustain Coloradans to afford their energy needs.

Vision

All Coloradans can afford their energy needs.

Gary Wardle Dec 14, 2021 7:10 AM
GRANGE movement - Past and Present
GRANGE movement - Past and Present

Granger movement, coalition of U.S. farmers, particularly in the Middle West, that fought monopolistic grain transport practices during the decade following the American Civil War.

What drew most farmers to the Granger movement was the need for unified action against the monopolistic railroads and grain elevators (often owned by the railroads) that charged exorbitant rates for handling and transporting farmers’ crops and other agricultural products. 

The National Grange, as it is called, remains a fraternal organization of farmers and takes an active stance on national legislation affecting the agricultural sector.

Holiday Party at John's House Dec 14, 2021 5:30 PM
Potluck
Potluck

Just us for fun and fellowship at John's house for a holdiay potluck.

District Governor Ray Anderson Dec 28, 2021 7:10 AM
District 5450 - Vision
District 5450 - Vision
Ray Anderson has been a member of the Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch since 1997 serving as its President in 2000-01. He has served as Assistant Governor, District Membership Co-Chair, a member of the District Visioning Team, PETS Facilitator, and a graduate of RLI. Ray is a Paul Harris Fellow and member of the Paul Harris Society. His two nieces and granddaughter have attended RYLA and Junior RYLA.
 
Ray was born in Chicago and after a short stay in Dallas his family moved to Coral Gables, Florida in 1955. He received a bachelor’s degree in business from Florida State University in 1972. He and his wife Peggy married in 1974 and subsequently moved from Tallahassee to Williston, North Dakota, where he began his career as a landman in the oil and gas industry. He worked as an independent landman until joining ANR Production Company/Coastal Oil and Gas Corporation in 1984 at which time the family moved to Centennial, Colorado. Ray retired at the end of 2019 from Puckett Land Company as its Land Manager after fifteen years. He is a member of the American Association of Professional Landmen, Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen, and National Association of Realtors.
 
Ray and Peggy have two children; Jane, her husband Chris, and daughter Sequoia who live in Longmont, and Eric and his wife Jessie who live in Denver.