Pikes Peak Council of Sertomans
Membership in Sertoma is a great way to perform community service in an environment of friendship and fellowship.
Sertoma took root in the greater Colorado Springs area when Pikes Peak Sertoma Club was founded in 1946. Additional clubs were formed throughout the fifties, sixties, seventies and eighties. In the mid-1980s, over 20 Clubs and over 800 members from businesses, the retired population, military members, homemakers and other from every conceivable walk of life had found friendships and service through Sertoma. Due to the incredible number of clubs and volunteers, a second district, the Continental Divide District was formed. In 2010, the two districts were combined into the Pikes Peak District. In 2019, Sertoma, Inc. restructured, eliminating the districts.
The greater Colorado Springs area continues to be a great Sertoma Community with 4 Sertoma Clubs, and one High School Serteen Club. There are over 200 volunteers giving of their time and energy to make our community a better place to live.
The Pikes Peak Council of Sertomans was formed to help area Sertomans provide service in an environment of fellowship and goodwill that makes life worthwhile and entices others to want to be a part of that service. The Council is a team of qualified leaders and experts in Sertoma operations who meet to encourage cooperation amongst the local clubs in their sponsorship and fundraising activities as well as sharing strategies to promote Sertoma in the community. They meet at 5:30 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at Amanda's on North Academy.