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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Beverly Porras
    May 2
  • Steve McNeil
    May 6
  • Robert Christadore
    May 19
  • Mike Penner
    May 27
Anniversaries:
  • Ed Treick
    Barb Treick
    May 3
  • Tim Morsani
    Linda Morsani
    May 17
  • Jim Pfeifer
    Pepper
    May 24
  • Mark Phelps
    Jacque
    May 31
 
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
L To R  Wendy Guyton, Carrie Collins Fadell
 
Carrie, Executive Director of Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona spoke on the services they provide for individuals, family members and professionals who are dealing with any type of brain injury.
L T0 R  Diego Camarena, Kayla Ortega, Joe Jones, Vicente Curry, Alyssandra Alvarez
 
These excellent speakers presented dialogue on Rotary's 4 way test.  Vicente Curry took first place, but all 4 speakers were excellent!
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary Members               Gracious Rotary Social Hosts:                A huge Rotarian and family turnout                 
enjoying the views while dining               L to R Matthew, Jacque, Mark, &
on a delicious Mexican Food meal           Brooke Phelps
in the stunning Phelps' home                   
 
 
Doug May, Debra J. Stevenson
 
Reverend Debra J Stevenson, Director of Springboard, was our guest speaker on April 5th.  Springboard is part of Teen Challenge and  serves as a home for adolescent girls in crisis.  This faith based organization has seen some 9,000 girls, restoring their lives.  Whether drugs, alcohol, abuse or neglect, Springboard provides a safe place for girls to find hope and healing.
Neil Deppe and Maury Anderson
 
Maury Anderson from Post 273 in Bellevue, Iowa is one of the founders of the Iowa Freedom Rock Project.  This Veteran's Appreciation Project memorialize our troops with granite glaciers hand painted by Bubba Sorensen II in Iowa's 99 counties. 
Bob Christadore, Joe Hentges, Neil Deppe
 
Joe Hentges and Neil Deppe present Bob Christadore with a Quarterly Membership Appreciation Pin, as an individual who has gone above and beyond to support our club.  Bob has chaired the Fore for Kids Golf Tournament for the past two years.  This will be our 20th Anniversary and we are on our way to a record breaking fundraising year.
Neil Deppe, Joe Hentges, Joe Guyton
 
Neil Deppe and Joe Hentges present Joe Guyton with the Rotary Foundation Award for his work as last year's President to help end Polio worldwide.  During Joe's Presidential year, SaddleBrooke Rotary had 100% participation in "Every Rotarian-Every Year" with a minimum of $100 financial contribution per member.
Neil Deppe and Moe Tangara
 
Moe, founder of Malicats, graduated and played basketball for the University of Arizona.  Sponsored by Lute Olsen, Moe is retired from professional basketball and is mentoring kids in his home country of Mali.  Malicats builds schools for underprivileged kids in West Africa.  Moe is giving back by offering kids a chance to go to school and play basketball in Mali.
L to R Atlantida Felix, Dave Jungbluth, Isabella Barragan
 
A special thanks to Dave Jungbluth of the Mammoth/San Manuel School District for facilitating our SaddleBrooke Rotary Club Student of the Month Awards.  In fact, Dave was given an honorary Paul Harris Award for his commitment to the students.  Atlantida and Isabella were honoured with a plaque and a cash donation for their excellence.  They will both start at Northern Arizona University on a 4-year full scholarship in the fall.