SaddleBrooke Rotary is More Than Retirees
July 18, 2021
SaddleBrooke, Arizona
Yes, it is true that in 1997 when the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke was chartered it was the first Rotary Club in the nation whose members were retirees.  The SaddleBrooke communities, Robson Communities, restrict residents to 55 and over.
Since its founding the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke has welcomed over 200 new members, mostly retirees who enjoy the fellowship and service so important to Rotary.  You might be surprised, however, to learn that today the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke is much more than a retirement club.
Diversification has become a critical factor in the success and development of a Rotary club.  We want you to meet some of our members who are not retired.
Stephen Argentati
Stephen began a career in real estate and property management four years ago.  He has sold over 100 properties and now has passed his Arizona Brokers Test and now is an Associate Broker with Oracle Land and Homes in Oracle, Arizona.  Stephen has a BS degree in Business Management.  Stephen joined SaddleBrooke Rotary in 2017 and is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Barbara Barr

Barbara Barr just doesn't know when to stop.  She is a retiree who still works.  Barbara's career includes serving as an educator, and operating restaurants.  When she and her late husband, A. T. Barr retired to SaddleBrooke Barbara set out once again to make the most of her retirement.  Today, she is again an entrepreneur as Barbara Barr's Essential Oils and Training.  She joined SaddleBrooke Rotary in 2017.  She has held many important Rotary positions including serving as Club President in 2019-2020.  She serves Rotary District 5500 as Events Chairperson and is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Joe Dylewski
  Joe Dylewski
In 2008, Joe began his career as an Edward Jones financial advisor, opening an office in Oro Valley, AZ. He became a limited partner in 2015.  In his Edward Jones career, he has helped colleagues by volunteering in a number of roles, including serving as a mentor, level leader, developing leadership presence instructor and former region key leader.  Joe's office is located at 1st Avenue and Tangerine in Oro Valley.
Joe moved to Oro Valley after retiring from the United States Air Force in 2007 in the rank of lieutenant colonel. He had the opportunity to be stationed in California, Oklahoma, Texas, North Dakota, Hawaii and Florida
As a Rotarian Joe has excelled as well.  In 2015-2016 he served as the Club President and is a Paul Harris Fellow.  In addition Joe has chaired the Youth Services Committee and the Community Services Committee.
Eric Erickson
Keller Williams Realty / Emily and Eric Erickson | Real Estate -  Residential - Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce
Eric and his wife Emily comprise the Eric and Emily Team, realtors and investors working with Keller Williams in Oro Valley.  Eric provides investing services and consulting through his company, Viking Equities.  Eric received a BS degree in chemical engineering from Brigham Young University, and an MBA from Gonzaga University.
Eric joined SaddleBrooke Rotary in 2019 and has served as a Director of the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club Foundation.  He is currently Club Secretary and a member of the Board of Directors.
Wendy Harn
Wendy Wells Harn
Wendy is an attorney with Morris Hall, PLLC.  Her office is in Oro Valley on Commerce Loop in Rancho Vistoso.  She specializes in estate planning and has over 20 years experience in that specialty.
Wendy joined SaddleBrooke Rotary in 2019 and has served on several service committees.  She is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Doug May
University of Arizona Adjunct faculty member Doug May has mentored UA Engineering Design Program teams for seven years. Doug brings to the University expertise in orbital mechanics and solid rocket motor propellants.
Doug served during Vietnam as an F4 pilot and retired from the USAF at the rank of Lt. Colonel.  Following his military career Doug worked in the aerospace industry.  Retiring in SaddleBrooke, Doug chose to continue sharing his experience at the University of Arizona.
In 2005, Doug joined SaddleBrooke Rotary.  In his Rotary career Doug has chaired the Fore For Kids Golf Tournament, served on the Boards of Directors of both the Club and the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club Foundation, served as the Interact Club coordinator, and in 2018-19 served as the Club President.  He is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Mark Miller
Member picture
Mark is the owner of MJM Income and Tax Accounting, Catalina, Arizona.  Mark has 9 years of Rotary experience.  He is a Paul Harris Fellow and has served on the club's Board of Directors and chaired the International Service Committee.
Mark Phelps
Mark Phelps is well know throughout the Copper Corridor.  He, as was his father, is the area Ford dealer and VP and General Manager.  Oracle Ford is located on State Route 77 near the Oracle exit.
Mark joined SaddleBrooke Rotary in 2012 and has served on numerous service committees.  He is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Bre Zientarski
Bre has spent over 14 years focusing her own investing in income-producing houses including owning and managing long term rentals, short term rentals, performing notes and now mostly lease-option properties. Through her experience in a variety of real estate investment models, she has co-founded Casa Connect AZ, a Private Investment Company with a model that is a perfect match for her. Bre loves serving a select few families grow generational wealth by partnering with them to directly place capital into the asset class of single family homes and re-marketing these properties to those individuals that are not currently able to qualify for a traditional mortgage.
Bre joined SadddleBrooke Rotary in 2020.  In her short 2 years as a Rotarian she has certainly made a significant contribution.  A Paul Harris Fellow, she quickly became active, chairing the Community Services Committee during COVID 19.  For her excellent leadership she received the Joseph McGowan Rotarian of the Year for last year.
We hope you enjoyed meeting our business contingent.  If you would like more information about how Rotary can become a part of your life give us a call.  Contact:  Wendy Guyton, Membership Chairperson, at 520-820-0134 or email


This Week July 18, 2021
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July 18, 2021
Saddlebrooke, Arizona
On Thursday, July 22, 2021 Saddlebrooke Rotary Club will meet in the Boardroom at Saddlebrooke Ranch Clubhouse.  This week's featured program will be presented by Marc Snow, Assistant District Governor.  Marc's topic will be the Arizona Rotary Vocational Fund.
About our recent programs

On Thursday, July 15 we enjoyed a presentation by Les and Leslie Brown and Stephen Argentati for Oracle Land and Homes.  They gave us an update of the local real estate markets.  A highlight of the presentation was a Trivia Game Card which served to find out just how much we know about the current real estate market in our communities. 
July 8, 2021
Joe Dylewski, Edward Jones Financial Advisors presented a market update.  His presentation was timelh and included many informative charts and slides.
  Joe Dylewski
In 2008, Joe began his career as an Edward Jones financial advisor, opening an office in Oro Valley, AZ. He became a limited partner in 2015. In his Edward Jones career, he has helped colleagues by volunteering in a number of roles, including serving as a mentor, level leader, developing leadership presence instructor and former region key leader.

Joe moved to Oro Valley after retiring from the United States Air Force in 2007 in the rank of lieutenant colonel.

A native of Kingston, PA Joe graduated in 1984 from the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Course at Wilkes College in Wilkes-Barre, PA, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He also hold a master’s degree from Webster University in management.

As a current member of SaddleBrooke Rotary, Joe served as president from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016. In addition to Rotary International, he volunteered on the board of directors of IMPACT of Southern Arizona and as the junior head coach for the Coronado Little League.
Marchelle L. Sellers.

Marchelle L. Sellers is the founder of the Pasadena Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families of children going through medical treatment nearby. Marchelle served as their Executive Director until 2008, and the house has now served over 16,000 families since opening.


In 2007, Marchelle was awarded Most Inspirational Executive Director of the Year by both the State Assembly and Senator's offices. She has been a Rotarian for 15 years and is the Past President of the South Pasadena Rotary Club. In 2015, 2018 and 2019 was awarded Rotarian of the Year. She is a past commissioner for the City of Pasadena's Accessibility & DisaMarchelle L. Sellers is the founder of the Pasadena Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families of children going through medical treatment nearby. Marchelle served as their Executive Director until 2008, and the house has now served over 16,000 families since opening.

In 2007, Marchelle was awarded Most Inspirational Executive Director of the Year by both the State Assembly and Senator's offices. She has been a Rotarian for 15 years and is the Past President of the South Pasadena Rotary Club. In 2015, 2018 and 2019 was awarded Rotarian of the Year. She is a past commissioner for the City of Pasadena's Accessibility & Disability Commission and is a current member of an Advisory Committee of Shriners Medical Center in Pasadena. bility Commission and is a current member of an Advisory Committee of Shriners Medical Center in Pasadena. 

How the Poorest Moms in the World are Transforming their Communities
 Kimberly Tzintzun
Kimberly has co-authored and published peer-reviewed articles to provide her community with a better understanding of health-related topics. Most recently, she has worked closely with low-income families to provide nutrition education for pregnant and nursing mothers, their infants, and small children. 
Kimberly’s passion is to educate the community on health and wellness, and to support them in making healthy, positive lifestyle changes for themselves and their families. Additionally, while she was in the Marine Corps, Kimberly acquired a passion for fitness. When she is not in the Natural Grocers store, you can find her at the CrossFit gym, or enjoying a long run!
On May 27th our program featured Rudy Lujan, Police Chief of the town of Mammoth.  Chief Lujan shared his long and interesting career, providing members and guests with a wonderful insight into the life of a law enforcement leader.  We learned that Chief Lujan will soon be assuming the duties of a Justice of the Piece in Pinal County.
Saddlebrooke Rotary was honored to have as visitors on May 20th District 5500 Peace Fellow Chairman, Joe Daniszewski, and Golder Ranch Fire District Deputy Fire Marshall, Jennifer Akins.  Our club has been chosen to sponsor Deputy Akins as an applicant for a Rotary International Peace Fellow Academy Fellowship.  Jennifer's record with the fire district as well as in her dedication to serving others makes her an outstanding candidate.  Thanks Doug May for bringing this opportunity to us.
Our program on Thursday, May 20th was presented by Steve Holmstrom.  Dr. Steve's topic was “Lions, Tigers and Bears, Oh My!”  Members and guests enjoyed an entertaining documentary presentation showcasing the many dental procedures Dr. Steve has performed on mammals of all type.
Steve Holmstrom is a past member of the Rotary Club of San Pedro.
Our program on May 13th featured 
Chris Cornelis, Assistant Town Manager Oro Valley and Margie Adler, Economic Development Specialist at Oro Valley Safe Steps.
“OVSafeSteps was created to help our local businesses, and also to recognize that each of us has a role in reducing the spread of COVID-19. We need to work together and commit to responsible actions to move forward. This program will benefit businesses, and it will also benefit residents who are interested in supporting our businesses,” said Mayor Joe Winfield.
Our program on May 6 featured Danette Bewley, President and CEO of the Tucson Airport Authority.
Danette Bewley is from San Diego, CA, where her passion for aviation began. Her Dad was a decorated Navy fighter/combat pilot, stationed at NAS Miramar (now MCAS Miramar), and who later transitioned to a career as a commercial airline pilot for Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA - was headquartered in San Diego, CA, and primarily served the west coast).  PSA later merged with US Airways (and is now part of the American Airlines family). Throughout her childhood and into adulthood, Danette had the opportunity to be in and around many types of military and commercial aircraft, and fly simulators with her Dad, which gave her an even greater appreciation and understanding of aviation and further fueled her interest to pursue an aviation-related career path. Her airport management career began in 1989 and has spanned over 31 years, and is still going strong. 
“I love what I do, and can’t imagine a different career. I am blessed to work in an industry that is both dynamic and challenging, that serves so many people, and allows me to work with so many great people,” said Bewley.
Doug May shared his experiences with the Ghana Water Project.  As a collaborative effort between the organization for engineers, the University of Arizona, and Rotary International, the projects provided  water for those in need in communities in Ghana.
Our program at the regular meeting on Thursday, April 22 featured 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 on April 15 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.

Be sure to read "Rotary is Family"!

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SaddleBrooke Rotary inducts 5 new members
July 9, 2021
SaddleBrooke, Arizona
There are certainly signs that folks are leaving their COVID cocoons and once again looking for ways to reach out to socialize and to give back to their communities.  During the past 2 weeks the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke inducted 5 new members.  We are so fortunate to have so many experienced Rotarians move into our community.
On June 23, 2021 3 members were inducted, all of whom are residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch.
Above, 2020-2021 Club President, Joe Guyton and Membership Chair, Wendy Guyton welcome
Judy Miller, Wanda Bailey, and Roger Bailey into membership.
Judy Miller is a retired realtor from Medford, Oregon.   She is a 15 year Rotarian and a Paul Harris Fellow.
Wanda Bailey is a 4 year Rotarian and a Paul Harris Fellow.   She enjoys the fellowship of Rotary and looks forward to serving those in need in our community.  
Roger Bailey is a retired Psycholigist with 9 years of Rotary Experience in San Diego and Ft. Collins.  He is also a Paul Harris Fellow.
On July 1, 2021 2 new members were inducted, Dan Green and Monica Oszust.
Above, 2021-2022 Club President, Liese Razzeto and Membership Chair, Wendy Guyton welcome Dan Green and Monica Oszust.
Dan Green is a 25 year Rotarian having served as President of the Forest Grove Daybreak Club.  A member of the Paul Harris Society, Dan hopes to continue his commitment to service and looks forward to the fellowship offered by membership in Rotary.
Monica Oszust is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay, Hawaii.  She has 8 years of Rotary experience and is also a Paul Harris Fellow.
We could not have more experienced and committed group of new members.  What a blessing it is in Rotary to live in a community where so many new residents bring such an amount of business, life, and volunteer experience with them.
Liese Razzeto inducted as new President of Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke
June 28, 2021
At a fantastic dinner and dance banquet held at the SaddleBrooke Ranch Clubhouse Liese Razzeto was inducted as the new President for Rotary year 2021-2022.   Outgoing President, Joe Guyton, was joined by Rotary District 5500 District Governor Diane Ventura-Goodyear and Assistant District Governor Marc Snow to present Liese with her induction badge and Rotary pin.
President Guyton also presented annual awards for excellence and for service.
Saddlebrooke Rotary Club Foundation President, Gary Terrell was presented a Service Above Self recognition plaque for his 3 years of service as foundation president.
The 2020-2021 President's Award was presented to Fore for Kids Golf Tournament Chairman Gordon Wainwright.  The President's Award recognizes the Rotarian whos support of the programs and operations of the club most exemplifies the qualities of Service Above Self.
The Rotarian of the Year Award was presented to Bre Zientarski.  Bre was instrumental in identifying, organizing, and implementing the club's outstand Community Service program during this very challenging COVID period.
New President Liese extended thanks on behalf of the club to outgoing president Joe Guyton and his wife, Wendy Guyton for their contribution to Saddlebrooke Rotary.
Immediately following the program and induction members and guests were entertained by Chuck Moses with dance music covering a broad range of years.  Past President Barbara Barr led the dancers in the Cupid Shuffle.
Oracle Community Center 4th of July Event
Saddlebrooke Rotary Partners with Saddlebrooke Cyclemasters
"What a wonderful event! My heart is full as I look at the smiling faces we touched today".  These words by President, Liese Razzeto,  sum up the feeling that Saddlebrooke Rotarians shared during the Oracle Community Center 4th of July Celebration.  
On Saturday,  Saddlebrooke Rotary provided books, and support for children from the Oracle community.  A highlight was the raffle of 2 bicycles and helmets, free for all children to enter.  Bicycles were provided by Saddlebrooke Rotary in partnership with Saddlebrooke Cyclemasters.
Oracle Community Center
The Oracle Community Center is a 501C (3) charity located in Oracle, Arizona.  The organization serves lunches at a low price to anyone in Oracle every Monday, sometimes serving 70 lunches. This event not only provides meals but serves as a real meeting place for the community. Pertinent information is shared at that time regarding current events.
Leaders from the Rotary Club of Saddlebrooke joined board members and clients recently at their facility for lunch and to present a check for $5,000.00.  Proceeds will be used by the organization to upgrade the kitchen stove and sink.  Also, included were funds to augment the Emergency Fund. 
The Emergency Fund addresses the immediate needs of some residents with financial problems related to Covid. This fund aids area families for things such as funeral costs, utility payments, and other immediate needs.
Saddlebrooke Rotary Summer Meetings

Join us Thursday, June 3, 2021 for a special meeting.  The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke will be meeting at SaddleBrooke Ranch during the summer months. Historically speaking, one reason why the world’s largest volunteer organization is called Rotary is because it originally met in rotating locations. In that spirit, and due to a growing number of new members from SaddleBrooke Ranch, the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke will be meeting at the Ranch House at SaddleBrooke Ranch during the summer.

Our summer move will include weekly lunches and interesting programs on Thursdays, in the private room at the Ranch House. It will also include monthly happy hours at the Ranch House patio. This move will include meetings from June to October. Then the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke will return to its home base at the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse.


Baskets of Love From Saddlebrooke Rotary
Can you imagine fighting to make ends meet and receiving a "Basket of Love"?!
I think the 55 struggling families that we are serving will be THRILLED!
Our Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke was able to fund, shop, assemble and deliver these "Baskets of Love" full of laundry detergent & softener, cleaning supplies, sponges, ziploc bags, foil, toothpaste, shampoo/conditioner, kleenex, clorox wipes, and some little tokens of love - jelly beans, hershey kisses, and a cake with frosting!
A huge thank you to
- those that sponsored an item - Jim, Harvey, Wendy, Eric E., Gordon
- to our shopping elves: Ed T, Diane, Patsy, Linda
- to Harvey and Heather for hosting & yummy baked treats
- to all our assemblers
- to Liese, Harvey, Dan, Julia, Chris & Sheila who will be delivering the baskets!
Attached is our group photo today. For more photos, please visit our facebook page at: 
Saddlebrooke Rotary Plans In Person and Hybrid Meetings
The Saddlebrooke community is blessed to have organizations such as Saddlebrooke Rotary and Saddlebrooke Senior Village, not to mention the Desert Life Pharmacy.
What a year we have had.  Thanks in a large part to Saddlebrooke Senior Village and Desert Life Pharmacy we are fast approaching full vaccination of our members, and we are now looking forward to once again meeting each other in person.  One of the great lessons learned has been the inclusive benefits of having a virtual meeting option.  We call ours Zoom at Noon.  During the Covid pandemic our club has been able to maintain active participation through this format, continuing to average about 30 participates per meeting.
We are developing alternative meeting options that may include hybrid (in-person and virtual) meetings, alternative meeting sites and other meeting upgrades.  In the weeks that follow we hope to begin limited in-person meetings which are consistent with safe Covid guidelines.  We are hopeful that by the beginning of the next Rotary year, July 1, 2021 we will be again meeting in person, but with the addition of Zoom access at the same time.  
Mark your calendars for a Celebration on Thursday, July 1, 2021(in person) as we Pass the Gavel to our next president, Liese Razzeto.
If you would have suggestions the following key meeting contacts are available to discuss these with you:
Joe Guyton, Club President
Ed Treick,  HOA1 options
Dan Watson, Saddlebrooke Ranch options
Gordon Wainwright and Joe Guyton, conferencing technology.
Family is Rotary July 18, 2021
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to share in the weekly newsletter. 
It's good to stay in touch. Send information to
Wendy Guyton (520) 404-5712‬
Wendy Guyton, Membership Chair
The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke
It takes the work of many members to run a very active club like The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke.  We are very thankful to our members who contribute so much to our club!  We could NOT do all we do without the leadership of a number of our members!

Please let us know if you or a loved one in your family would like to have our prayers, thoughts, or encouragement.  We are a family and we strive to support each other.
Judy Deppe recently had a fall which resulted in a broken shoulder.  Please keep her in your prayers.
We would LOVE to see all our members on Zoom.  The hard part is getting the FREE app and set up your smartphone, iPad, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. After that, it's easy.  You just click on the link in the email.  If members need help getting set up with Zoom, please let Joe Guyton at 520 820 0134 know so he can help you!
Lessons From the Blue Zones

Program Speaker for March 4, 2021

Denise Steffan

My journey into health and wellness began in 1997 when I started receiving massage while working as a paralegal and competing as a cyclist. Faced with the demands of working full time and training for bike races, massage therapy proved to be a vital component to relieve stress and maintain a healthy body for competition. Inspired by the tremendous benefits, I made the decision to pursue a career in massage therapy.

I graduated from the 1000 hour program at the Desert Institute of the Healing Arts (DIHA) and have been a licensed massage therapist since December, 2000. Following graduation, I continued training through numerous continuing education programs and seminars which included Neuromuscular Therapy, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Ayurvedic Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, and Body Wraps.

As I worked with my massage clients, I realized nutrition played an integral part in how our bodies respond and heal. After many years of studying nutrition on my own, I began studying at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and in December of 2013,  I became a Certified Health Coach.

During my training, I studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. My teachers included Dr. Andrew Weil, Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine; Dr. Deepak Chopra, leader in the field of mind-body medicine; Dr. David Katz, Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center; Dr. Walter Willett, Chair of Nutrition at Harvard University; Geneen Roth, bestselling author and expert on emotional eating; and many other leading researchers and nutrition authorities.

My education has equipped me with the knowledge and  skills to work with my clients to help them make lifestyle changes that produce real and lasting results.

SaddleBrooke Rotarians Lead RYLA
Two members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke participated in the first RYLA Online. Liese Razetto served as a Adult Advisor and Barbara Barr served on the committee that developed RYLA Online and also served as an Adult Advisor. The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke also sponsored 3 Delegates to RYLA. Due to COVID 19, RYLA was held online this year.
Liese Razzeto
Barbara Barr
Presidential Citation
The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke Continues It's Award Winning Tradition
Past District Governor, Ellie Patterson, presented our club with a Presidential Citation for 2019-2020.  We are thrilled that our club was honored at the highest level, which is platinum.  SaddleBrooke was the highest scoring club in District 5500.
Oro Valley's Future is Bright
Oro Valley's Outlook is Bright
Rotarians from Saddlebrooke and their guests were treated to a remarkably interesting presentation by Dave Perry, President of the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce during their regular meeting on Thursday, February 11, 2021.  Perry himself a former Rotarian reviewed the many exciting developments and initiatives that residents and visitors to Oro Valley will see in the future.
One such development that Perry discussed was the Town West Realty's multi-purpose development in the Marketplace at the southwest corner of Oracle Road and Tangerine Road.  He also spoke of the new University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine located in the Foothills Business Park across from Steam Pump Ranch on Oracle Road.
Perry emphasized the need for improvements in Oracle Road as the rapid growth in Oro Valley and other communities has significantly affected this important arterial road in northern Pima County.
Peacebuilding Club
The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke has been designated a PeaceBuilder Club
Get Set Up With Zoom
Get set up with Zoom so we can stay in touch!
District 5500 has asked us all to stay in touch and meet though Zoom, if needed.  The hardest part is signing up, and that's not too bad! However, if you need help to get this set up, please just let Barbara Barr know!  We'd be happy to even come to your home and help! Here's how you do it!
1.  Go to
2.  When you are on the Zoom homepage, go to the upper righthand corder and click on the blue button that says: "SIGN UP, IT'S FREE"
3.  A new page will open that will ask for your email address.  Fill in your correct email address and click on the blue button that says: "SIGN UP"
4   Another new page will open that tells you they have sent you an email.  Check your email!
5.  In your email, find your message from Zoom.  Open the email and click on the blue button that says: "Activate Account"
6.  Another new page will open.  Fill in your name and make a password. After you confirm your password, click on the orange button that says: "Continue"
7.  Another new page will open asking you to invite people to Zoom.  If you are not going to invite colleagues, family or friends, then click on the white button on the lower right corner that says: "Skip this step".  If you are comfortable with technology and want to use Zoom to communicate with friends and family or hold meetings, follow the directions from Zoom.
8.  Another new page will open.  If you are just wanting to use this program to attend Rotary meetings, you are DONE.  

NOTE:  You will receive an email from Zoom when we have a meeting.  The email will give you a date and time of the meeting.  It will also give you a link to the meeting.  Put the date and time on your calendar, and SAVE THE EMAIL!  When it's time for the meeting, you just go back to the email about the meeting, and click on the link to the meeting.  Zoom will ask you about using your audio and microphone.  Just click on  "YES" and enjoy the meeting.
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