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SaddleBrooke
We meet In Person
Thursdays at 11:30 AM
SaddleBrooke Ranch House Grill and Brewery
31143 S E Amenity Dr.
Oracle, AZ 85623
United States of America
Phone:
(520) 404-5712
Zoom access code 993 1627 9033 at Noon and In Person. Saddlebrooke Ranch House Brewery and Grill
This week's speaker will be Tom Buckley, a former Geologist and Business Owner, currently acting as Oracle State Park’s Geologist and Trail Maintainer.   Oracle State Park is a 4,000 acre park established as an environmental education center and wildlife refuge. Situated at an elevation ranging from 3,500 – 4,500’, the Park stays cooler and a little wetter than lower elevation areas nearby. This enables plant life to exist in several distinct ecozones throughout the Park.  Furthermore, this elevation and location in the northern foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains exposes rocks and minerals spanning much of the 1.7 billion year geologic history of this area.  This amazing park is right in our backyard!  This week's speaker will be Tom Buckley, a former Geologist and Business Owner, currently acting as Oracle State Park’s Geologist and Trail Maintainer.   Oracle State Park is a 4,000 acre park established as an environmental education center and wildlife refuge. Situated at an elevation ranging from 3,500 – 4,500’, the Park stays cooler and a little wetter than lower elevation areas nearby. This enables plant life to exist in several distinct ecozones throughout the Park.  Furthermore, this elevation and location in the northern foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains exposes rocks and minerals spanning much of the 1.7 billion year geologic history of this area.  This amazing park is right in our backyard!  

San Manuel Summer Softball

To support Rotary International's initiative of "Empowering Girls", our club sponsored San Manuel's Girls Summer Softball League.  These girls, ages 3-16  are learning an athletic skill, sportsmanship and determination.
 
Earlier this year we had a wonderful program about Adverse Childhood Events (ACE), and how they effect youth and adults in later life.  There is a wonderful film that has been produced highlighting this issue.  We have the opportunity to view the film on zoom.
 

Wednesday, August 17th from 3:00-5:00 pm Arizona Time.

We are excited to be collaborating with the SAYF  (Southern Arizona for Youth & Families) Council on this showing.
 
Below is the Zoom link for the film. This is also where we will be holding the debriefing immediately following the film:
 
The film will start at 3:00pm sharp, so we suggest logging on a few minutes early.
 
Immediately following the film, we will host a debriefing to hear your reactions to the film and how you think this applies to our community.
 
We look forward to seeing you on the 17th!
 
 
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Welcome our newest Rotarians
Charlie Clark and Diane Demeroutis
District Governor Anita and membership committee member Patsy Ticknor inducted two new members to our club, Charlie Clark and Diane Demeroutis.  Both with significant Rotary experience they will be assets to our club.  Please find Charlie and Diane's bios here:
 
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