Mailing Address
P.O. Box 762
Cañon City, CO 81215-0762
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President Elect
President Elect Nominee
Immediate Past President
Board Member (2024)
Board Member (2024)
Board Member (2025)
Board Member (2025)
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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Cañon City
Cañon City

Rotary Makes A Difference

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:10 p.m.
Steeple Event Center
701 Macon Avenue
Canon City, CO 81212
United States of America
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It's Music and Blossom time in Cañon City. With that come all types of festivities from the annual parade to music in the park and much more.
It also means Rotary Duck Derby tickets are now for sale. The annual Rotary Duck Derby is produced by the Rotary Club of Cañon City and the Rotary Club of Florence/Eastern Fremont County. Between now and mid-June 12 local non-profit organizations will be selling a chance to win anywhere from $50 to $1,000 and the possibility of winning $35,000 toward the purchase of a car from Lindner Chevrolet. 
These participating non-profits will be selling at the Rotary Duck Derby booth at the many events taking place in the are over the next two months:
Canon City Literacy Center
CCHS Funfest
Florence Funfest
Fremont Center for the Arts
Fremont Search & Rescue
Humane Society of Fremont County
Boy Scout Troop 121
Kindred Kids Child Advocacy Center
Loaves & Fishes
Pantry of Fremont
The Ark Child Care
  • Non Rotarians, have you ever wondered about Rotary, what it does and why you might want to get involved?
  • Cañon City Rotary Club members, have you sometimes had trouble explaining Rotary to others? 
Perhaps the page below, entitled "Are you the Missing Piece?" can help describe what Rotary is and why someone would want to become a Rotary Club member. 

Since 1985, when Rotary launched its ambitious program to immunize all the world’s children against polio, the number of polio cases worldwide has declined by 99 percent. Through the efforts of Rotary and its partners, more than two billion children have received the oral polio vaccine and five million people who would otherwise have been paralyzed are walking. 

Your recent gift validates the strength and resolve of our organization and members, and inspires those who have dedicated themselves to this fight. I am truly moved to think that Rotarians, with the generous support and commitment of people like you, will eradicate polio — keeping the promise we made to all the world’s children. On their behalf, I extend my deep appreciation for your gift.

I invite you to track our progress by subscribing to

share it with your family and Facebook friends.

I look forward to the day when we will celebrate our shared victory over polio. Until then, please accept my sincere thanks for your support. I hope you will consider extending your support for Rotary to further our efforts to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace, and to end polio forever.


Kalyan Banerjee