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Jim Cloer
Nov 30, 2017
Arizona Naturalist
 
Officers & Directors
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Chris Millar
    November 11
  • Jim Pfeifer
    November 11
  • Neil Deppe
    November 14
  • Ed Treick
    November 18
  • Pepe Estrella
    November 25
  • George Eckardt
    November 29
  • Mark Phelps
    November 29
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Nancy Jane Selinsky
    November 1
  • Sandy Simester
    November 12
Anniversaries:
  • George Eckardt
    Judith
    November 10
 
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
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.
Wendy Guyton joins Life Donor speaker Cathy McCall
 
Cathy McCall is an Advocate for Organ Donation.  She and her husband lost their son, Jim, in a tragic motorcycle accident before his 20th Birthday.  Thankfully, Jim was an Organ Donor.  He made this decision after 3 of his classmates died in the same week.  Later in his family's life, his sister Meredith was saved by another Organ Donor.  Nobody knows better than the McCall Family the miracle of organ donation.  Their son will live on through the lives he saved with his gift.  And, their daughter will live a healthy life because of the kindness of another donor.  Please talk to your families about this.
Chris Beth with Neil Deppe and Joe Guyton
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary has recently announced the addition of a new membership category for our club.  "Amigos" of SaddleBrooke Rotay Club is a support category which allows Community Members to actively support the goals and activities of Rotary without being a traditional member.  Welcome Chris Beth, Owner and Marketing Director of Caring Senior Services which allows clients to stay in their homes with help of trained Care Givers.
 
Michael Drake, Past District Governor is thanked by President Neil Deppe after Michael's presentation on Rotary's Influence in East Jerusalem. July 6 2017
Bob and his wife JoAnn moved from Cedarburg, Washington to SaddleBrooke in 1999.  Although Bob's interest in photography started at an early age, he became serious about 17 years ago.  Since then, Bob has published 20+ Photography Books.
 
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Dolores Hill with Doug May
 
Currently, the UofAZ leads the OSIRIS-REx mission, an $800 million NASA mission that will bring back a sample from the asteroid Bennu. The UofAZ also has the most internationally active program to identify and track Near-Earth Objects (NEOs). More than half of all known near-Earth asteroids and comets have been discovered by the UofAZ.