Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker
2020 Achievement Luncheon
Service Above Self
Award Ceremony & Luncheon
PACE Center - Parker, CO
April 15 2020 11:30 am - 1:00pm
Registration / Networking 11:00 am - 11:30am
The Award Luncheon
April 15, 2020
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Registration / Networking 11:00 am to 11:30 am
Our 2020 Achievement Luncheon will highlight both men and women and non-profit organizations who live and/or work in Douglas County that have made an difference on the lives of others in many ways. Their exemplary volunteer work and hearts of service will be recognized during the luncheon.
This year, the keynote will be Sam Adams, headline performer, comedian, and featured speaker at corporate events across the United States. Sam Adams always has a story to tell. Most are humor-filled observations from his daily life experiences. His prize-winning style of comedy for all ages is what has him called a Renaissance Man, a befitting title. Talented. Versatile. Accomplished. Sam Adams is quite a story himself.
What is the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker
Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.
Solving real problems takes real commitment and vision. For more than 110 years, Rotary members have used their passion, energy, and intelligence to take action on sustainable projects. From literacy and peace to water and health, we are always working to better our world, and we stay committed to the end.
The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker was charted in June 2006. Our origins began with our parent club, Parker Rotary, when their members realized the need for a noon-time club to serve members who could not attend morning meetings.
Our membership and goals are unique to our club and are based on supporting our local community of Parker Colorado and supporting the tenets of Rotary.
Sam Adams always has a story to tell.
Some of his stories are born from three decades of time spent as an award-winning sport journalist. Most are humor-filled observations from his daily life encounters and are told from the stage with his prize winning style of comedy that is 100-percent profanity-free. He’s been called a Renaissance Man, which is a befitting label.
Sam Adams is a headline performer and featured speaker at corporate events across the United States. In addition to his careers in journalism and entertainment he is a motivational public speaker and a television commercial actor.
Highlights of Sam Adams’ Career:
Motivational speaker keynote is titled, ‘Going Up: Taking Steps to Elevate Your Levels of Success’. A keynote offering intriguing reference for achieving success taken from personal and professional odysseys – with humorous stories, insightful tips from numerous encounters with an A-List of stars ranging from professional sports Hall of Famers to world-renown award-winning entertainers.
2019 Sam was honored by the prestigious Denver Press Club with a Hall of Fame induction. He has covered championship sporting events at all levels – most notable four Super Bowls and two Olympiads.
Summer 2018 – ‘True Color’ video clip went viral, with more than 10 million Facebook views in less than 72 hours. Since, the video clip has amassed more than 31 million Facebook views.
In Sam’s book, ‘If You Don’t Believe Me: Lessons Learned from Listening To The Greats’, John Elway offered this tribute….”Through the ups and downs of an NFL career, I developed great trust, respect and appreciation for him. Blending an uncanny ability to mix humor with keen insight and knowledge, Sam is a one-of-a-kind storyteller.”
Talented. Versatile. Accomplished. Sam Adams is quite a story himself.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please submit your information here.
Do you know an individual who exemplifies Service Above Self and is deserving of an Achievement Award? If so, you can nominate them below. Our individual nominating categories are for those living or working in Douglas County Colorado and include:
Achievement in Leadership
This Light ‘n’ Heart Award will go to a woman and man who have demonstrated leadership qualities of vision, expertise, and the ability to work with others which have benefited a large scale project.
Achievement as a Non-Profit Organization
The Light-N-Heart award for a non-profit organization/staff will go to those who have demonstrated exceptional service in the community which has had a positive impact to the beneficiaries for which they serve.
Achievement in Service to Others: Local Service and International Service
This Light ‘n’ Heart Award will go to a woman and man who have made contributions which have significantly impacted the lives of others through her/his volunteer efforts locally or globally.
Achievement in Mentoring
This Light ‘n’ Heart Award will to go a woman and man who have acted as a mentor to another individual, making a significant difference in their life.
Achievement as an Unsung Heroine/Hero
This Light ‘n’ Heart Award will to go a woman and man who is the behind-the-scenes person whose efforts made the difference for a project to succeed.
Young Woman/Young Man of Achievement
This Light ‘n’ Heart Award will go to a young woman/man who has provided service to positively impact the school and/or community.
One nomination per individual. Nominations CLOSE Friday, March 13 at 9 pm.
Please note it is required that all attendees, including nominators, purchase their own tickets. Nominees will not be required to purchase a ticket for the Achievement Luncheon.