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Upcoming Presentations
TBD
Feb 22, 2018
4 Way Speech Contest
Mar 01, 2018
Club Assembly
Mar 08, 2018
Don Jorgensen
Mar 15, 2018
RI Shelter Box Program
 
Officers & Directors
President
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Treasurer
Secretary
Chairman
Chairman
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President SRCFoundation
Chairperson Fellowship
Chairman Fore For Kids
Chairman Fund Raising
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Chairperson Programs
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President Nominee
Chairman/Vocational Services
Chairman
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Fred Lowy
    February 8
  • Norm Beasley
    February 8
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
 
In 2018, the 20th Annual Fore 4 Kids Charity Golf Tournament will partner with Make A Wish.  Make a Wish grants children with terminal or life altering illnesses with precious life experiences.  Ava Tomae was able to realize her dream of going to New York City with her family to be behind the scenes in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
 
Joe Pinella with Wendy Guyton
 
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Instructor Joe Pinella has studied and practiced the ancient Chinese healing arts of Qigong and Tai Chi Kung for over fifty years. The real test of his experience came in 1991 when he broke his neck and back in a horrific auto accident in Flagstaff Arizona, that left him quadriplegic. Using these arts he was able to overcome severe disabilities and regain the use of his body, with no pain and no limitations. Desire.....Determination......and Dedication, coupled with these arts, gave him back his life! He now uses his personal healing experience to empower others to rehabilitate and recover their health and live a better quality of life using his “Healing Movements System”.
 
 
Jimmy Simmons, Wildlife Manager Supervisor Region V Tucson, fascinated members and Amigos of the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club meeting on January 25th as he described a Day in the Life of a Game and Fish Warden.  Jimmy described the many ways the department touches our lives, even if we don’t fish and hunt.  No taxpayer dollars support this department as all funding comes from licensing.
Left to Right  Rudy Fowler, Jim Fry and Dr. Phukan
 
Dr. Arvind Phukan from the Rotary Club of Tacoma, WA spoke on the challenges and solutions to provide safe drinking water to the poorer rural areas of the world.  He is currently working in Assam, India.  This aligns with SaddleBrooke Rotary Club's water project in Mexico.
 
 
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary's Two Newest Paul Harris Recipents
 
Beverly Porras with Joe Guyton and Julia Young with Niel Deppe, Tim Morsoni and Tom Simester
 
Jim Lamb presents Ruby Level Paul Harris Award pin to Ed Trieck. Congrats and Thank You, Ed!!
 
 
Wendy Guyton presents Certificate to Jim Cloer (left), Adventures of a Naturalist presenter on November 30th.
 
 
Wendy Guyton & Doug May induct our two newest member - Sheila Tuhy and Peggy Knowles. Welcome to SBRC!!
Mark Miller and Rotary General Secretary, John Hewko rode in El Tour de Tucson to raise money for eliminate Polio! Many thanks to Mark and John for representing Rotary and our fight against Polio!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Scott Haile, the General Manager of Fairwinds Desert Point with Wendy Guyton. Scott discussed options for senior living and current trends in senior housing at the November 16th SBRC meeting
Our kids are our future.  Oracle School Foundation focuses on Pre-School for all Oracle 3 and 4 year olds.  Community Partners include Saddle Notes and Saddlebrooke Community Outreach.  Dr. Maria Menconi is joined by Wendy Guyton to thank her for her presentation
One of our vital local charities was represented this week by Dr. Maria Chevalley.  The Tri Community Food Bank serves Oracle, San Manuel and Mammoth in Pinal County.   The Food Bank is staffed by volunteers and $0 operating costs
Our favorie Piano Player, Joyce Johnson, is now an official "Amigo" of our club. 
Joyce started playing piano as a child and has been entertaining our group for almost three years.
 
L to R Neil Deppe, George Corrigan, Julia Cardenas-Tellez, Hannah Reidhead, Angel Jennings and Dave Jungbluth. 
Students of the Month from San Manuel High School.
 
Angel Jennings with Neil Deppe and George Corrigan.
Angel is our first Interact Club President.
 
Our Speaker Gloria Quigg with Wendy Guyton. 
Her Presentation was on
Mining in Arizona.