Posted by Joe Guyton on Apr 18, 2021
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An important announcement to members and guests.
 
At our club meeting this week, April 18,  we will be adding to our weekly Zoom at Noon meeting format a limited "in-person" get together at Saddlebrooke One Clubhouse.  Here is how it will work. 
 
Those who would like to begin meeting in person can gather at the Roadrunner Grill beginning around 11:00- 11:15 am to enjoy fellowship.  Our members, by a substantial majority, voiced their preference that for the next 2 months the club adopt a policy that requires participants in the in-person meeting to have completed the Covid vaccination program.   We agreed that this restrictive policy would be reevaluated prior to June 1.    Following lunch and beginning at 12:00 Noon we will open an in-person meeting in the back of the Agave lounge area.  There will be no service at that time.  We will also link in the Zoom at Noon meeting in a Hybrid meeting format.  Please feel free to call Joe Guyton or Ed Treick if you would like additional information.
 
Thursday, April 22, 2021
 
Our program at the regular meeting on Thursday will feature Julie Funk, DVM, MS, PhD.   Dr. Funk is the Dean of the University of Arizona School of Veterinary Medicine.  Her presentation will  is titled  "Unlike Any Other: University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine".
 
 
Dr. Funk is a 1991 graduate of the Michigan State veterinary college. She earned a master’s degree in veterinary clinical sciences from the University of Illinois in 1996 and her doctorate in comparative biomedical sciences from North Carolina State University in 2002. Dr. Funk is a passionate veterinary leader dedicated to helping students reach their goals and joyful work.
 
Our program last week was presented by Doug Moseke and Joanna Bradley from the Arizona Department of Transportation.  Doug and Joanna will bring our members and guests the latest planning information about ADOT's 5 year plan as it affects Southern Arizona.  
 
At our meeting on Thursday, April 8, our featured guest speaker was James Horvath, founder and CEO of Town West Realty.
 
Established in 1980, Town West Companies are a conglomerate of real estate investment, development, and property management firms. TWR, Inc. and its affiliate companies own, operate and manage a significant real estate portfolio including approximately 2 million square feet of commercial/retail/office property, multi-family residential, and future development projects in Arizona.
 
Jim shared with us plans for The Marketplace, Oro Valley.  This substantial property was purchased by Jim's group in 2019.
 
 
 
Our program on April 1, 2021 featured:   Thanks Dick for a wonderful program!
 
DICK EGGERDING FOR 28 YEARS ORO VALLEY’S ART/CULTURE/HISTORY AMBASSADOR Since 1991, Dick Eggerding has been a part of the Planning and Development of Oro Valley in the areas of Arts and Culture, Parks and Land Use, Historic Preservation and Education. For sure, he does not take undo credit for the ultimate success of these areas, but rather enjoys being a part of and creator of some of the ongoing entities.
 
 
 
 
On March 25th members and guests enjoyed The Tucson Museum of Art and Christine C. Brindza.
 
 
Christine C. Brindza serves as Senior Curator and Curator of Art of the American West at the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block in Tucson, Arizona. Before her tenure at the Tucson Museum of Art, she acted as curator at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. Christine has a Master of Arts degree in Archival, Museum, and Editing Studies and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from Duquesne (Due-kane) University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and is currently pursuing coursework toward a PhD at the University of Arizona. She is passionate about making art accessible to all ages and backgrounds, reaching audiences outside of museum boundaries, and fostering appreciation of art for generations to come.
 
Thanks to our featured speaker on March 18.
 
Jaynie Adams, Speaker on March 18, 2021
 
 
Arizona Historical Society Education Team Lead and Museum Educator
 
Jaynie Adams is the Education Team Lead statewide for the Arizona Historical Society and Museum Educator at the Arizona History Museum in Tucson. She holds an MA in history from the University of Arizona and is privileged to work in Tucson, her hometown. Jaynie is one of AHS’ team of staff historians; her work as a historian is rooted in a place-based practice where she critically explores race, place, and belonging in the American Southwest. Her work as a museum educator centers on diversity, inclusion, and inquisitivity.
 
At our meeting on March 11, 2021 members reviewed a presentation on Rotary's new Strategic Action Plan.
 

 
 
 
 

Be sure to read "Rotary is Family"!

11:45 Social Time
12:00 Meeting

12:15 Program

Directions below how to join us on ZOOM

Joe Guyton will send out an email Thursday morning with the login information and the password! 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  We will now be required to use a password to join!

 
If you need a little help joining a Zoom meeting, contact
Joe Guyton at
520-820-0134
 
                                                                                                           
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