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Friendship Force of Northern Colorado

The Friendship Force of Northern Colorado (serving Loveland, Ft. Collins, Greeley, Longmont, Windsor and surrounding areas) is the local face of Friendship Force International, an organization that promotes and facilitates people-to-people exchanges between its members in 364 clubs in 57 countries throughout the world.

Friendship Force is non-sectarian and non-political;  the goal is to foster lifelong friendships and understanding throughout the globe.

Friendship Force of Northern Colorado (FFNC) has 11 meetings per year, on the second Friday of each month during which we have speakers on a variety of timely international or cultural topics. Often we share the memories and insights of recent Exchanges with other countries.  We also learn of upcoming opportunities to travel as out-going Ambassadors or to serve as hosts for incoming groups. 

Meetings are located at the First Christian Church, 2000 N Lincoln Avenue, Loveland  at 7:00 P.M. unless otherwise noted in the current newsletter.

All meetings are free and open to the public. Please contact us for additional information.

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September Program - Kiel, Germany & Norway/Sweden

 

View and listen as participants of the May/June Exchange to Kiel, Germany describe and share their many experiences with their German hosts and their impressions of German life and culture.

This Exchange was followed by a cruise along the coasts of Norway and Sweden, including stops at many ports.



September Newsletter Now Online

Click on Newsletters to the left, then on September, 2014 to view the latest Newsletter.



Rocky Mountain Club Disbanded

Friendship Force club of the Rockies, based in Estes Park, CO is no longer an active club.  Eleven of the former FFRM members (from Longmont, Glen Haven and Extes Park) have now joined the Friendship Force of Northern Colorado.

In Mid-1996, FFNC members Ed & Reda Foard became founding members of the Estes Park club (FFRM).  With our shared history, we especially welcome FFRM members to our club.  We welcome all and encourage that these new members will join us and become active club participants and Ambassadors.



Current Newsletters from Mountain Clubs

Please note the newsletter for the FF Cheyenne club is now included for our enjoyment.

Newsletters from other Mountain Region clubs for the current month are now available for your review.  We are eligible to participate in other clubs' Exchanges and activities with appropriate application and acceptance.

Please copy or note any information of interest;  past issues will not be archived.

Click on "Regional" above for details