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Ed Davis
Feb 23, 2017
American Foreign Legion
Ashley Coronado
Mar 02, 2017
Border Patrol
Four Way Speech Contest
Mar 09, 2017
Coronado School
 
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Officers & Directors
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Rotary Foundation
Youth Services
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Fred Lowy
    February 8
  • Norm Beasley
    February 8
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Jack
    February 9
Anniversaries:
  • Brian Ticknor
    Patsy Ticknor
    February 7
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary Club
 
Meeting Information

Welcome to SaddleBrooke Rotary Club

We meet Thursdays at 11:30 AM
Agave Lounge -- SaddleBrooke 1
64500 E. SaddleBrooke Blvd.
Tucson, AZ  85739
United States
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Rotary News & Guest Presenters
Wendy Guyton with Beverly Gomez Arriaga 
 
Beverly Arriaga is the Parent Awareness & Community Outreach Coordinator for the Pinal Region.  Beverly gave a compelling speech on the importance of early child development which is lacking in much of Pinal County.  In fact, studies show the 90% of a child's critical brain development happens between birth and age 5.  
 
Left to Right Doug May, Ms Brecken
 
HandReach is a network of dedicated professionals committed to helping surviors of burn and trauma injuries heal fully and return to thriving, productive lives.
Left to Right  Doug May, Christoper Millar, Amanda Kostelnik
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary Welcomes two new members.  Christopher (Chris) Millar was an Electrical Engineer who worked in Saudi Arabia for 32 years before moving to SaddleBrooke 17 years ago.  Amanda (Mandy) Kostelnik was raised in England.  She was a Poice Offier and Flight Attendant in previous lives and now owns Hombre's Barber Shop in SaddleBrooke Ranch.
Doug May with Yvonne Ervin Executive Director Tucson Jazz Festival
 
There is still time to get tickets for the Festival January 12-22.  Or, attend free from 10am to 12 midnight on Monday July 16th.  This year's title sponsor is HSL Properties.  Also, this year's total attendance is estimated to be 17,000 which will have a 1.1 million dollar impact in Tucson.
 
George Corrigan presents Broc Traweek and Mariah Dockum from San Manuel High School with Student of the Month Certificates.
 
Doug May congratulates two Saddlebrooke Rotary Scholarship Recipients.  Marissa McRae on the left attends Brigham Young University and Theresa Sweeney on the right is studying at Pima Community College.
 
Robert Christadore Presents Laura Ianello an appreciation Certificate
 
Laura Ianelleo started with the U of A Women's Golf Program as an Assistant Coach.  Three years later she was promoted to head coach.  Laura stresses education with her players and enjoys a 100% graduation rate for her golfers with the highest GPA in U of A College Sports.  Laura played for the U of A College Golf Team during her University years and later played professional golf.  Notably, Laura has earned two NCAA Championships and was named PAC 12 Coach of the Year in 2010.  
 
 
Bev Porras, John Ruland, Carol Ruland
 
Joe Guyton Club President
 
Jackie Phelps, Kim Miller, Mark Miller, Ed Treick
 
Fred and Fran Lowy
 
Dewayne and Doris Clatanoff
 
Julia Young and Katheryn Edward
 
Mark Miller, Jim Lamb and Jim Pfeifer
 
Fred Lowy, Ilene Skinner, Neil Deppe, Steve Skinner
Saddlebrooke Rotary held it's first annual Art For Kids fundraiser on Sunday December 4th at Mountainview Country Club.  Almost $6,000 was raised for art programs at Coronado, Mountain Vista and San Manuel Elementary Schools.  This netted almost $200 per school.  This money will be used to purchase art supplies and musical instruments for the children at these schools.   
 
Pictures Left to Right  A framed and matted print was given as one of the door prizes; Diana Madaras stand next to her live auction piece; the mood was festive and the crowd was large.