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Chris Millar
Chris and his wife Christiane spent many years in Saudi Arabia. He has a fascinating story to tell. Come hear about all the alcoholic drinks they can’t drink in bars. Chris will also discuss the Muslim religion concerning theft and murder. BTW, they don’t have many repeat criminals. 
Oh, this means 'Glad to be back'. 
 
Save the Date
Saturday, May 4th
and see Barbara Barr 
to learn more about our caravan heading
down to Green Valley or to register for the event!
 
SAVE THE DATE:
Thursday, December 5th
is our Christmas Party!
Last year we had a lot of people who missed the party 
because they had already left for the holidays, so we moved the date up.
PLEASE give this date to the person who is your family "Social Chairperson" 

so you can plan your holiday travels around our party date.
                                                      
                                                                                                           
Greeter: Ed Treick
Inspiration: Bill Jansen 
Pledge & 4-Way Test: Pick 'em*
 Card Game - $372.00 in pot, 38 cards with Jokers 
 
*NOTE: The Pledge and 4-Way Test speakers will be randomly selected by the President from the podium.... Stay Alert!!
 
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Family of Rotary
 
This information will only appear in the bulletin.   It will not be available on the website:
 
 
Fore Fore Kids 2019 is in the books!  It takes a village to put on a charity golf tournament, but Bob Christodoee and his merry band of women and men did it again.  Many thanks to all who donated their time and money to make this a huge success again this year!  There are photos on the Facebook page and there will be more photos coming.  https://www.facebook.com/RotaryClubofSaddlebrooke/
 
From Elaine Terry:
"Brandon was admitted back into Arrowhead Hospital in Glendale on Thursday with pain associated with his breathing.   At first the Doctors thought it was pneumonia,  but after further testing and running cultures it has been determined that is not the case.   He has some type of bacterial infection.  He is scheduled for another TEE scoping to determine what is actually going on.  They mentioned the possibility of the endocarditis returning,  but we are hoping and praying that is not the case.  Don and I are headed to Glendale and will be staying the night and possibly more nights if necessary." 
 
Cammy Moore's Services will be held on Monday, April 29th at 1:00pm at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 11575 N 1st Ave. in Oro Valley.
 
The # 1 Fundraiser for ALL of Rotary International for the last two years has been El Tour de Tucson.  There is a GO FUND ME page for Rotary International to become a major sponsor of the Tour de Tucson.  All donations are needed by MAY 1st! If you would like to contribute, here is the link:   
 
 
There is currently no information on services for Norm Beasley.  HIs wife, Mary Jane, is still recovering in rehab and in a wheelchair.  Mary Jane would enjoy cards and visits during this difficult time.  And a little bird told me she LOVES chocolate!  This is how to reach her:

Mary Jane Beasley
Copper Health Oro Valley
1119 Rancho Vistoso Blvd.
Oro Valley, AZ
85755
 
Spring Training in Green Valley is Saturday, May 4th.  This is not just training for officers, but also great information for those who are interested in learning more about Rotary.  We are starting a second car load in our caravan.  If you are interested in joining the fun, just let Barbara Barr know.  She will register you and have the club pay for your registration.  After the meeting, we have plans for a fun lunch spot on the way home!
 
SAVE THE DATE: Members of the Pitic Rotary Club in Mexico will be visiting us at our May 9th meeting.  They will be proposing that we become sister clubs and have a working relationship. Watch for more information!
 
SAVE THE DATE:  Saturday, May 11th is the date of our next meal packing at IMPACT of Southern Arizona.  Meet at IMPACT at 9:00am and join the fun! Many thanks to Joe Dylewski for setting this up for us!
 
SAVE THE DATE!  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5TH will be our Christmas Party.  Last year a number of people missed the party because they had already left the area for the Christmas holidays.  So we moved the party up one week earlier in hopes that EVERYONE can attend.  Most families have one person who is kind of the "Social Chairperson" for the family.  PLEASE pass this date along to your family "Social Chairperson" so you can make your travel plans around it!
 
Rotary International's Largest Fundraiser
 
The # 1 Fundraiser for ALL of Rotary International for the last two years has been El Tour de Tucson.  If we can raise the money to become a sponsor, think of what that will do for Rotary and for Polio!!!!  There is a GO FUND ME page for Rotary International to become a major sponsor of the Tour de Tucson.  All donations are needed by MAY 1st! If you would like to contribute, here is the link:   
 
Rotarian of the Quarter
Wendy Guyton and Doug May
 
Congratulations to Wendy Guyton, our Rotarian for the Quarter.  President Doug May Recognized Wendy for her outstanding work on the Children Protection Policy and setting up our club's program.
Integrative Touch for Kids
Left to Right:  Sheila Tuhy, Katie Frazee of Integrative Touch for Kids, and Doug May.
 
Kattie Frazee of Integrative Touch for Kids explained the program and it's incredible results at our meeting on April 18th.
FFK 2019 Is in the Books
Bob Christodore congratulates the Women's Champ!
 
Many thanks to Bob Christodore for another incredible Fore For Kids Golf Fundraiser!  And many thanks to all the club members who volunteered, donated money, played golf, or otherwise participated.  It takes a village and our Rotary village is pretty amazing!
District 5500 Spring Training
 
Are you a Rotarian wanting to expand your knowledge of and connection to Rotary? Are you going to be an assistant governor or an officer in your Rotary club in 2019-20? Then Rotary Spring Training is for you! In addition to covering the roles and responsibilities of officers, programs will be also be offered in other areas of interest. See the District website for more details and registration. Dates: Saturday, April 27, 2019 in Yuma, and Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the Quail Creek Country Club in Green Valley. Register now! Cost is $12.00, or $10.00 if 4 or more of your club members attend.
Showtime
 
ALL HANDS ON DECK!  Monday, April 15th is our MOST important Rotary event of the year: The Fore For Kids Golf Fundraiser at the Oro Valley Country Club.  If you are working as a volunteer, you probably already know what time you need to be at the Oro Valley Country Club!  If you are not volunteering, be sure to join the fun in the evening and bring your spouse.  There will be appetizers, dinner, a great silent auction, and LOT OF FUN!  Don't cha dare miss it!
Did You Know?
The # 1 Fundraiser for ALL of Rotary International for the last two years has been El Tour de Tucson.  If this event disappears, so does a lot of money for polio.  If we can raise the money to become a sponsor, think of what that will do for Rotary and for Polio!!!!  There is a GO FUND ME page for Rotary International to become a major sponsor of the Tour de Tucson.  All donations are needed by MAY 1st! If you would like to contribute, here is the link:   
 
Fore For Kids 
 
Our Fore For Kids Golf Fundraiser is this Monday, April 15th at the Oro Valley Country Club.  Remember that your spouse is welcome to join us for the dinner and auction in the evening.
Phelps Italian Rotary Social
                                  
 
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary Members enjoyed a night of hospitality with good food and drink on Friday
Night, April 5th.  A big thank you to the Phelps' Family for opening their beautiful home to us!
 
 
First Things First
Lisette Demars, Shannon Fontes
 
First Things First assists children birth to age 5 with literacy and language skills.  Supporting parents in their role
as a child's first teacher, these kids are better equipped to do well in early education.  Thank you to Lisette DeMars,
Community Outreach Coordinator, and Shannon Fontes, Regional Director, for sharing the important work they do
in Pima and Pinal Counties. 
 
Students of the Month
 
Congratulations to our two most recent Students of the Month from San Manuel Junior/Senior High School.  Left to right: Samantha Roan, Joe Dylewski (chair of the Student of the Month program), and Lysenia Valdez.
Four Way Test Speech Contest
 
Students from Mountain Vista K - 8 School in Oracle were our first contestants in the Four Way Test Speech Contest.  Left  to right: Superintendent Crystle Nehrmeyer, Madison Nevitt, Alexander Morgan, Magdalena Flores, and Joe Jones, char of the Four Way Test Speech Contest.
Fore For Kids Charity Golf Tournament
 
Don't forget to support our upcoming Charity Golf Tournament.  We
need all of your support!
More Accolades For SaddleBrooke Rotary's Most Recent Paul Harris Fellows
 
We are very proud of two of SaddleBrooke Rotary's most recent Paul Harris Fellows.  Thank you
to Robert Christadore and Stephen Argentati for all you do for our club!
Eric Erickson...Another new SaddleBrooke Rotary Member
L to R: Past District Governor Joe Hentges, Eric Erickson, Wendy Guyton, Doug May
 
Joe Hentges, past District 5500 Governor joins SaddleBrooke Rotary
in welcoming one of our newest members, Erick Erickson.
Welcome New Member Gordon Wainwright
L to R: Past District Governor Joe Hentges, Heather Freeman, Gordon Wainwright, Wendy Guyton, Doug May
 
Gordon is joined by his wife Heather.  He and Heather recently moved here 
from Indio, CA.  Retiring as a Senior Manager in Telephone Services, Gordon has
been active in Rotary for several years.
Day of Peace
 
Wakefield School, 101 W. 44th Street, Tucson
 
Most of us lament the divisiveness of today’s world. As Rotarians, we’re proud to be working to build peace and mutual understanding. We provide practical skills and the kind of learning that translates into lasting global and local change. Our Southern Arizona Day of Peace on April 6, 2019, will be memorable in many ways. Sessions will be active and experiential, not just lectures or speeches for a maximum of 150 participants including Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, and community members. Leadership will be provided by the Outward Bound Center for Peacemaking in New York City, as well as by local leaders. 
Stay tuned for sign up information for this exciting adventure in peacemaking!
SBCO Food Drive
 
A number of our members helped out with the annual SaddleBrooke Community Outreach Food Drive. Along with residents of SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch, we unloaded vehicles, checked expiration dates, sorted, boxed and loaded food for the Tri-Community Food Bank in Mammoth! Some of our participants included (left to right): Joe Jones, Ned Selinsky, Barbara Barr, Jim Fry, Wendy Guyton, Rudi Faller, Patsy Ticknor, Gerry Baird, Chris Millar, Doug May, and Nancy Heck. Not pictured are Ron Heck, Sheila Tuhy and Gary Terrell.
Shelter Box
L to R Donald Jorgensen, Doug May
 
Donald Jorgensen Ph. D, spoke to us about the amazing things Shelter Box International
does worldwide.  Their latest charitable contribution is in Africa with relief to folks 
displaced from the recent flood and cyclone disasters.
RYLA Sponsorships
L to R Nicolette Porras, Kalin Anderson-Begay
 
Thanks to Nicolette and Kalin for representing SaddleBrooke Rotary at RYLA 
this year.  Your report of what this meant to you was inspiring.  
 
Food Drive
The NEXT Food Drive is this Saturday, March 23.  Those of us who worked at it previous years know how much fun it is!  You can sign up to work with Wendy Guyton.  If you can't work, set out food at the end of your driveway by 8:30 or consider a cash donation!
Sheriff Mark Lamb
 
Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke were fascinated by the inside stories from Sheriff Mark Lamb.  Sheriff Lamb spoke at our off-site meeting at the SaddleBrooke Ranch.
Crutches 4 Africa
 
Do you have mobility equipment that you don’t use anymore?
DISTRICT 5500 Rotary Clubs are collecting Walkers, Crutches, Canes, & Wheelchairs to ship to Africa with Crutches 4 Africa an ongoing service project. You may drop off your mobile equipment at Tucson Subaru on Oracle and River Road in Tucson.- 4901 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704.
Mardi Gras Club Social
 
 
 
 
 
Thank you to the Treick Family for opening their home
and hosting this fabulous party!
SaddleBrooke Community Outreach
L to R Doug May, Steve Groth
 
Steve Groth, President of SaddleBrooke Community Outreach speaks on
the importance of the the 2019 Food Drive on Saturday March 23rd.  Food will
be picked up at your home's curb by 8:30 a. m.  Proceeds will benefit the
Tri-Community Food Bank which helps to feed 350 families every month in 
San Manuel, Mammoth and Oracle in Pinal County.
Stephen Argentati Paul Harris Fellow
L to R Doug May, George Corrigan, Stephen Argentati
 
Stephen Argentati is presented his Paul Harris Fellow for his work
starting and directing our Rotoract Club.  Stephen has also worked
diligently as our Sargent of Arms.
Community Service Project
 
Join members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke on Tuesday, February 26th as we do a Community Service Project for a Catalina Hospice Patient.  We'll be cleaning up her yard.  As parking is limited, we will meet to the side the Valero Station by Basha's to car pool to the home.  Many thanks to Joe and Wendy Guyton for finding this need and taking it to the Chairman of Community Service, Chris Millar. 
This is the "rain date" , errrr "arctic blast date" for the event which was originally scheduled last week!
John Ruland-Membership Honors
Doug May, John Ruland, Barbara Barr
 
Among his other accolades, our own John Ruland has
earned his third Paul Harris Pin.
Interfaith Commnity Services
Doug May, Deborah Carr
 
Interfaith Community Services...Where Help Brings Hope.  Deborah Carr (Philanthropy & 
Public Relations Director) spoke on the incredible work this Charity does in Tucson.
ICS assists low income community members with Homelessness, Poverty, Youth and Self-
Sufficiency Programs.  in their first year, ICS helped 200 people with donations of $500.  Last
year 37,000 people were helped with donations of over $1,000.000. 
 
 
Line Up of Past Presidents
L to R  Seated  Jim Pfeffer, Joe Guyton.  Standing Norm Beasley,
Jim Lamb, Tom Turriff, Jack Hammar
We were proud to have several past Presidents of SaddleBrooke Rotary and other clubs in the house on President's Day
week.  
SaddleBrooke Rotary Ladies Visit Tucson Botanical Gardens 
 
Lunch was delicious while we visited and discussed 
upcoming projects.
 
 
Butterfly Magic is a must see at Tucson Botanical Gardens!
Golder Ranch Fire Department  Saves Lives
   
 
Amber Prince from the Golder Ranch Fire Department 
demonstrates the Heimlich Maneuver on a dummy.
 
                                     
 
 
 President, Doug May joins Amber Prince of the Golder
 Ranch Fire Department to thank her for her for her
 for her presentation.
 
 
Amber Prince (Registered Nurse with the Golder Ranch Fire Department) spoke to our Rotary Club on Valentine's Day about CPR Protocols.
She spoke on defibrillator locations in SaddleBrooke and performing the Heimlich Maneuver.  For more information or to schedule a class on 
saving lives, go to http://grfdaz.gov/ or call 520-825-5920.
 
Jim Click Kick Off
 
Fundraising Chair, Neil Deppe, invited President Elect Barbara Barr and President Nominee George Corrigan to join him at the Jim Click Kick Off.  Clubs across Tucson raise funds through this program.  Pictured left to right: Barbara Barr, George Corrigan, and Neil Deppe.
 
The President Elects
The Two President Elects: The President Elect of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke and the President Elect of Rotary International: Barbara Barr and Mark Maloney met at PETS (President Elect Training Southwest) in Los Angeles.  President Elect Mark Maloney was the key note speaker at the Friday night dinner. The President Elect of Rotary International stressed that Rotary's number 1 focus of the next year needs to be membership!
Emerson's Financial Forecast
President Doug May thanks Emerson Knowles for his 2019 Financial Forecast.   Emerson is VP of the Merrill Lynch River Group, and so so much expertise in this area.
New Officers and Directors
The slate of officers and directors for the up-coming year were presented at the  January 31st Annual Meeting.  The 2019-2020 Officers and Directors were elected by unanimous vote.
Helping the Food Bank
"I's a good problem to have!" we all agreed! We had so many Rotarians show up on a beautiful Saturday morning to help bag food for the Food Bank, that we actually had to work in shifts to give everyone turns. There's nothing like a little Saturday morning fun with friends while we strive to make the world a better place! We even discussed bi-laws and the website while we were at it.
 
Many thanks to Joe Dylewski, our Board Member at Large, for organizing this service event.  We always have fun making a difference in our community and our world!
Congratulations to Barbara Treick
Ed Treick just gave an amazing gift to his wife, Barbara.  He used his Paul Harris points to award his wife with her 4th Paul Harris Award.  Barbara Treick was honored in a special ceremony by Joe Guyton.  It seems like she appreciated her gift as she thanked Ed with a kiss!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Welcome Nancy!
Membership Chair, Wendy Guyton, warmly welcomed our newest Rotarian, Nancy Heck, with an inspiring initiation. We are so happy to welcome Nancy to our Rotary Family. Left to Right: Wendy Guyton - Membership Chair, Nancy Heck - our newest Rotarian, Ron Heck - our valued club member, and Doug May - President.
Welcome Phil
Membership chair, Wendy Guyton, gives a warm SaddleBrooke welcome to our newest transfer, Phil Barney. Phil was a Rotarian in Montana before moving to SaddleBrooke. We are so glad to have Phil join our club!
Congratulations Mark
Congratulations, Mark Miller!  Mark was selected the "Rotarian of the Quarter" by President, Doug May.  You can see the Rotarian of the Quarter recognition pin on Mark's collar.  Mark has done incredible work on our International Grant from Rotary International, which will supply more than 20,000 students in Nogales, Mexico with clean drinking water in their schools.  Mark is the owner of MJM Income Tax in Catalina!  Congratulations, Mark!  Our  club is so fortunate to have you as a member!
Thank you, Ed Treick
The month of January was closed out with another powerful speaker.  Ed Treick spoke on how we can make a difference.  Ed said he has had this speech in his head for almost a year.  He provided an abundance of ideas on how we can make a contribution to others.  Thank you, Ed.  You shared so many marvelous insights and ideas!
Nogales, Mexico Water Project Trip
Rotarians from SaddleBrooke Rotary and           Workers fabricating water fountains at           Rotarians from both clubs meeting with Water
Nogales A.C. Rotary Club visiting Mavasa           Mavasa, Industrial in Nogales, Mexico            Purification Authorities in Nogales Mexico
Industrial in Nogales, Mexico
 
On January 22nd SaddleBrooke Rotarians visited Nogales, Mexico to do the due diligence required before the School Water Project
gets underway.  Visiting from SaddleBrooke were Mark Miller, Ed Triek, John Ruland and Julia Young.  We teamed up with Nogales
A.C. Rotary Club to visit with the Water Purification Department to discuss testing processes.  This government department has
agreed to do all testing free of charge.  
 
As reported earlier SaddleBrooke Rotary has jointed with Marana, Tubac and Nogales A.C. Rotary Clubs to fund and install water fountains in
22 Nogales schools.  This will provide clean drinking water to almost 25,000 students and school employees.  With matching by Rotary International
and District 5500, the $18,000 raised was increased to $54,000.
 
Mavasa Industrial will fabricate the fountains.  Keeping the testing and manufacturing local will ensure sustainability.  Again, a special thanks to Tom Turriff 
for getting this project underway with his funding and ideas more than 5 years ago.
 
 
 
 
RLI
Eight members of The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke participated in the Rotary Leadership Institute held at the Viscount Suites last Saturday.  Braving the early morning chills of O Dark Hundred, these members enjoyed a great day of fellowship and learning!  The venue had wonderful accommodations and the food was incredible.  Joe Guyton (treasurer) heads up RLI for District 5500.  Wendy Guyton (Membership Chair) graduated last year, but she still hangs around and handled registration.  Also attending this year were Doug May: President, Barbara Barr: President Elect, George Corrigan: President Nominee, Paul Herr: Foundation Treasurer, Sheila Tuhy: Program Chair, and Julia Young, Public Relations and International Grant Committee.  Left to right are: Doug May, Joe Guyton, Wendy Guyton, Paul Herr, Barbara Barr, and George Corrigan.  Not pictured are Sheila Tuhy and Julia Young.
Congratulations Paul & Julia
CONGRATULATIONS Paul Herr and Julia Young, two of the most recent graduates of Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI).  District Governor, Kirk Reed, and RLI Chair, Joe Guyton, helped the newest graduates of RLI celebrate.  RLI consists of training at 3 levels of  leadership.  Paul and Julia have completed all three sessions of the leadership program.  Our club is so fortunate to have these members as our club leaders.  District Governor, Kirk Reed is far left.  Paul Herr is hiding in the back row next to the tallest guy.  Joe Guyton is on the far right.  Julia was not able to stay for the photo.  Congratulations to our graduates, Paul and Julia! We're so proud of you!
Thank You Guyton's
A HUGE Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke THANK YOU to Joe and Wendy Guyton for a fabulous Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI).  The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke is proudly represented in District 5500 by Joe Guyton, who leads the RLI program for the entire district.  During the graduation ceremonies, District Governor Kirk Reed thanked Joe for taking a sleepy little program and turning it into an incredible training event.  Joe's sidekick, Wendy, was in charge of registration. The two of them warmly welcomed attendees from all over District 5500.  I can't begin to imagine how early this two got up to travel to Tucson and set up this outstanding Rotary event!
Our Newest Amigo
A warm Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke welcome to our newest Amigo, Gerald Baird.  Gerald is a charter member of his home club back in Washington, and lives in SaddleBrooke half the year.  The Amigo program is a great way for snowbirds to remain members of their home club while getting involved with our club while they are living in SaddleBrooke.  To learn more about the Amigo program, contact our membership chair, Wendy Guyton at at 520-404-5712 or wguyton17@gmail.com.
Students of the Month
Each month, The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke recognizes an outstanding student attending San Manuel Junior Senior High School.  The students are treated to time off from school and school cafeteria food while they dine with us at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse.  In addition to a certificate, they also receive a cash award from the club.  Joe Dylewski, Board Member at Large and Financial Advisor at Edward D. Jones, and Dave Jungbluth, Rotary Amigo and Counselor at San Manuel Junior Senior High School, head up the program.  Joe Dylewski is pictured with our awardees for November and December.
2019 Income Tax Laws
Mark Miller of MJM Income Tax in Catalina, AZ shared tips on the new 2019 tax laws.  Left to right: Mark Miller and Doug May, President of The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke.
International Water Project
                            
 
 
It's finally here.  SaddleBrooke Rotary has joined with Marana, Tubac and Nogales Sonora Rotary Clubs to fund clean drinking
water in schools across the border.  This initiative will provide potable water to more than 25,000 students in 22 schools.  These
hard working clubs raised $18,000 which will be matched by Rotary International.  A special thanks to everyone who made this 
happen with a shout out to Tom Turriff, John Ruland, Mark Miller and Ed Treick of SaddleBrooke Rotary for their generosity of 
both time and money over the past years. 
 
Pictured above is John Ruland in 2015 with the first school water system installed in Sonora, 
Mexico.  Pictured second are some key Rotarians from SaddleBrooke Rotary who started this project. L to R  Ed Treick,
Mark Miller and John Ruland
Cruise With A Cause
Register by January 1st to get a state room in the Rotarian area.  After January 1st, any rooms that are not reserved will the open to the public. If you register after January 1st, your stateroom may not be close to the Rotarian area.
 
From Governor Elect, Ellie Patterson:
 
Enjoy fun in the sun, fellowship, great speakers and breakout sessions at the 2019 Destination District Conference while cruising down to Ensenada, Mexico on the ship “ Inspiration.” We sail from beautiful Long Beach, CA to Ensenada, B.C., Mexico, departing Friday, October 25th at 6:30 pm and returning Monday at 7:00 am  October 28th, 2019. (It’s a week after the car show!).  Experience the internationality of Rotary while working side by side with fellow Rotarians and Rotaractors on a project in District 4100 while docked in Ensenada. Wine-tasting tours, shopping and exchanging new ideas with local Rotarians can also be experienced.
 
Ocean breezes, great food (24 hours a day), evening strolls on the deck with a gorgeous Baja moon overhead, renewing old friendships and making new acquaintances, what could be better? The deposit is $50.00 -$100 depending on size of cabin. Ocean view cabins are $454-$484 and inside cabins are $404-$409. This reasonable price for the entire trip is all-inclusive. (alcoholic beverages not included). Sorry folks! I tried.
 
See you on board the Inspiration! Reserve your stateroom today by emailing fellow Rotarian Mike Sloan : mike@cruiseconnections.com or call him at 800-248-7447 or 336-659-9772. He’s very helpful and planned the District Conference Cruise for us in 2008 which Rotarians still talk about. You can also contact me for additional information: ellie@thetempconnection.com
SaddleBrooke Recreation & Activities Fair
Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke enjoyed spending Saturday morning together while we showed off our club at the SaddleBrooke Recreation and Activities Fair.  Many thanks to our members who represented the club and who organized the event:  A.T. Barr, Barbara Barr, Joe Guyton, Wendy Guyton, Paul Herr, Fred Lowy, Doug May, Ned Selinsky, Tom Simester, Tim Morsani,  and Julia Young.  Pictured left to right are a visiting Rotarian, Paul Herr, Joe Guyton, Wendy Guyton, and A.T. Barr.
Sheila Tuhy's Program
Sheila Tuhy shared heartfelt stories of motherhood.  Sheila and her late husband, Ed, raised a special needs daughter with Cerebral Palsy.  Their daughter taught Sheila and Ed many special life lessons.
Interact Club
The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke is very proud of our Interact Club at San Manuel High School.  

Our Interact Club of San Manuel is hard at work. They have been collecting toiletries and personal care products to donate to the food bank, and are planning several other philanthropic events. During this meeting, they met with Lou Rouch from Little Hooves Big Hearts. The students will spend 2 Saturdays helping out at Little Hooves Big Hearts. The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke passed out t-shirts to the Interact Club.

Meet SPOT of VOSH AZ
 Dr. Dan Twelker brought SPOT to our meeting on Thursday, January 10th.  SPOT is the optical equipment that the SaddleBrooke Club of Rotary helped to purchase for Volunteer Optometrists Serving Humanity, or VOSH.  SPOT was purchased to honor Dr. Ed Tuhy, one of our long time members.
Polio Award
Jim Lamb, the Polio Chairperson for District 5500, awarded The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke a certificate for our Polio donations.  Accepting the award for the club is Barbara Barr, secretary and President Elect.
Fitness
Janie Bottai of Vital Moves explained the four areas of fitness that we need to address.  This was our first meeting of the new year, so it was such an appropriate topic.
Holiday Social
A very special thank you to Sheila Tuhy for hosting an incredible holiday social for the club.  She not only was the "Hostess with the Mostess", but she also invited prospective members.  Way to go Sheila!
Happy Holidays
The annual Christmas Party was a great success.  A very special thank you to Elaine Terry who headed up the project following Cammy's fall.  In addition to a lot of support from husband, Don Terry, Elaine had two outstanding side-kicks, Wendy and Joe Guyton.  Many thanks to this fabulous team for a tremendous party!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Cameroon Project
Randy Brooks, District Charitable Fund Chair, and Mary Strauss, Assistant Area Governor from the Marana Rotary spoke about the Cameroon Economic Development & Education Project.
Paul Harris
Wendy Guyton was surprised at our last meeting as she received a Paul Harris award.  Wendy has served as Program Chair, and currently serves as Membership Chair and Liaison for the Interact Club.  Wendy has also served as the chair of two fundraisers which raised money for arts in the local schools and SaddleBrooke Senior Village.  When it comes to a Rotary function, event, or project, Wendy is always there.  Our club is definitely blessed to have Wendy as a member! Pictured left to right are Doug May, President, Wendy Guyton, Newest Paul Harris, and Tim Morsani, Chair of the Rotary Foundation.
Making the World A Better Place
Remembering our fellow Rotarians, Bev Porras and  Nancy Haugh.  Both Rotarians helped to make the world a better place!

We will remember Bev Porras' smiling face and helping hand.  Most recently, Bev had been the head of the Family of Rotary.  She diligently sent cards to fellow Rotarians for birthdays and illness.  She was a frequent visitor at the National Parks Store, where she attended many lectures.

Nancy was a former president of the club and attended our Christmas Party last year as we celebrated our 20th Anniversary.  Nancy drove herself from Vail for the party!  What a trooper.  

For more information about Nancy, visit this link:
Making GREAT Thanksgivings
Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke, IMPACT of Southern Arizona Board, 1st responders of the Golder Ranch Fire Department, the Elks Club, and Basha's made Thanksgiving a little brighter for many people in Catalina and surrounding communities.  The club helped to distribute turkeys, pies, potatoes, and all the sides for Thanksgiving. Many thanks to Board Member Joe Dylewski for setting up the event.  We love helping every year!
Mark Miller Rides In The Tour de Tucson
Mile 76 of 103!  Mark Miller rides again in the Tour de Tucson to raise funds to end Polio!  Thank you, Mark, for representing our club and participating in such an important event for Tucson and for Rotary!
New Member Carl Moser
The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke is excited to welcome Carl Moser as our newest member.  Carl served in both World War II and in Korea.  He also owned and operated Moser Aircraft Sales for 30 years.  Welcome, Carl!  We're so happy to have you as our newest member!

Pictured: Wendy Guyton pins the Rotary pin on Carl's collar, while President Doug May places the Rotary name tag on Carl's shirt!
Barbara McClure:  IMPACT
Many thanks to Barbara McClure for speaking to us about IMPACT of Southern Arizona.  Barbara has been working with the organization since she moved here in 2008.  IMPACT has added many new services and continues to look for new opportunities to help in the community.  For those interested in serving their community, IMPACT offers plenty of opportunities!
Cleaning Up Golder Ranch Road
Doug May, Rudi Faller, Ned Selinsky, Chris Millar, Barbara Barr, Jim Fry, Paul Herr, Joe Dylewski, and A.T. Barr spent Saturday cleaning up Golder Ranch Road.  Chris Millar organized the event, complete with safety vests, tools, and even cold water.  Pictured left to right are:  Barbara Barr, Jim Fry, Chris Millar, Paul Herr, Joe Dylewski, and A.T. Barr.  Not pictured are Doug May, Rudi Faller, and Ned Selinsky.
President Doug May
 
Our Honorable President conducted a short Rotary
meeting before lunch.
Melissa Hawkins-Farmers Insurance
 
Melissa was awarded a commemorative plaque for 
her Major Sponsorship of our Fore For Kids Golf Tournament.
Emerson Knowles Emcee
 
Our own Emerson Knowles gave an inspirational and
thought provoking presentation to a crowded room.
Veterans Day Luncheon 
 
Military Color Guard was on hand to help honor our flag 
and Veterans
November 15th IMPACT of Southern Arizona
Barbara McClure, Executive Director of IMPACT of Southern Arizona will speak on Thursday,  November 15th.  Learn more about aging in place in the home you love as well as opportunities to make a difference in our community!
Music Mends Minds
L to R Peggy Knowles, Earlene Lewis, Doug May
 
Earlene Lewis is a familiar face in Rotary's Philanthropic endeavours.
Music Mends Minds is a prime example of her dedication to bring music
into everybody's life. Music Mends Minds was inspired by Irwin 
Rosenstein's positive reaction to Music during his battle with Parkinson's 
disease and dementia.  Positive Proof that music can change brain chemistry.
Welcome Ron Heck
L to R Elaine Terry, Ron Heck, Wendy Guyton, Doug May
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary welcomes new member Ron Heck.
Thank you Elaine Terry for bringing him to us.
Major Fore For Kids Sponsors
L to R Doug May, Emerson Knowles, Bob Christadore
 
We could not do without our Major Sponsors for Fore For Kids.
Thank you Emerson Knowles and Tom Turriff (not pictured) for your
extreme generosity year after year.
Joe Jones Card Game Winner
 
Congratulations Joe Jones our latest card game winner.
 
District Governor Nominee Visits
District Governor Nominee, Diana Ventura Goodyear, and her husband, Gordon, visited The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke last Thursday. Diana shared information about upcoming district events and vocational scholarships.  President Doug May welcomed them to the club. So far since the start of the new Rotary Year in July, we have had visits from our District Governor, our District Governor Elect, and now our District Governor Nominee. In December we will be visited by our Assistant Governor.
Gen Justice
Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke sat riveted as attorney Rebecca Masterson described the needs of Arizona foster children. Rebecca and her non profit, GenJustice.org, represent Arizona children, but they are fighting for the rights of children throughout the United States.  Left to right:  Rebecca Masterson of Gen Justice, Club President Doug May, and Program Chair Peggy Knowles.
Award Winning Club
Former club president, Neil Deppe, presented district awards to the The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke.  During the recent District Conference, The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke was presented with 3 awards:  International Services, Club Services, and a Paul Harris contribution for membership.
Impact of Southern Arizona
    Volunteer Work at the Southern Arizona Food Bank in Catalina.  Saturday Morning "Get Er Done"
 
 
Our Newest Member
Welcome Dave Jungbluth.  Our newest Amigo with Wendy Guyton.
Students of the Month
L to R George Corrigan, Stephen Argentati, Darien Apuron, Taya Dockum, Dave Jungbluth
 
Congratulations to Darien and Taya for this honor.  The best of luck to both of them as they pursue their higher education goals.  
Book Distribution with George Corrigan
  Always a big hit with students of local high schools.  George Corrigan receives 
 a big thank you note for new age appropriate books delivered by members of Rotary Club
 of SaddleBrooke.  
Book Delivery
Christmas came early for hundreds of elementary students in San Manuel and Mammoth.  Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke delivered dictionaries and children's literature to students in the community.  Left to right:  George Corman, Elaine Terry, Chris Millar, Barbara Barr, and Jim Frye!
4 - H Youth Development
Doug May presents Joshua D Moore with an appreciation plaque for his presentation on the 
importance of 4 - H to the youth in our community.  Joshua is part of the U of A Cooperative
Extension Program.  He has done extensive work with young people to teach them the importance 
of Agricultural Youth Leadership and Development.  AZ 4 - H has been in existence since 1913 and is 
as important today as it was then.
San Ignacio Golf Club
 
 
Bob Christadore presents Ronnie Black, Club Professional at San Ignacio Golf Club, with a certificate of appreciation
for his presentation on October 11, 2018.  As a former PGA Professional, Ronnie had stories of his time on the tour,
as well as, his restoration of his Southern Arizona Club.
District Governor Elect Visits
District Governor Elect, Ellie Patterson, visited the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke on Thursday, October 11.  Ellie had many accolades for the club and shared information on the up-coming "Cruise for a Cause."
Left to right:  Ellie Patterson, District Governor Elect; Doug May, President; and Barbara Barr, President Elect.
Innovation Academy
Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke toured the Innovation Academy in Oro Valley for an offsite meeting.  Innovation Academy is s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) school that opened just last year.
Oracle Inn Meeting
Members and Amigos of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke enjoyed their September 27th lunch meeting at the Oracle Inn in Oracle, AZ.  The Oracle Inn treated us like Kings and Queens and even set up a a special room for us!
 
 
Little Hooves Big Hearts
Members and Amigos of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke had a first hand experience with mini horses while visiting Little Hooves Big Hearts.  The organization provides free therapy for children with disabilities and seniors.  Little Hooves Big Hearts has been the recipient of funding from the SaddleBrooke Rotary Foundation for a number of years.
Ghana Water Project with Doug May
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.
 
 
Paul Harris Plus 8
George Corrigan received his Paul Harris Plus 8 pin.  If you will take a look at George's collar, you'll see his new pin with 3 rubies.  George says his secret to reaching all his Paul Harris goals is to use the monthly credit card plan.  If someone contributes as little as $15 per month, they can reach their Every Rotarian Every Year goals.
Pinal County Economic Development
Tim Kanavel and Doug May
 
Pinal County Economic Development Program Manager, Tim Kanavel, was on hand to talk about the marketing efforts of his division.
In 2017 Pinal County experienced 9% growth, which was the highest of any Arizona Counties.  The future for our own Pinal County looks bright!
 
 
Book Delivery to Mountain Vista School
A Thank You card from Oracle students.Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke delivered books to the elementary students at Mountain Vista School in Oracle.  Assisted by Superintendent Dennis Blouser, club members George Corrigan, Chris Millar and his brother Mark, Doc Pohnert, and Barbara Barr delivered books.  The middle school kids said they wanted to get books from Rotary too!  Don't you love it!
Mark Miller
Mark Miller
 
Our very own Mark Miller is again participating in the Ride for Polio!  Mark and our club have raised a lot of money to fight Polio during this event.  This event is held annually during the Tour de Tucson.  For more information, or to help Mark raise funds, click on Ride for Polio!
Handi-Dogs
Handi-dogs presentation
 
George Corrigan introduced our guest speaker from Handi-Dogs, JoAnn Turnbull.   Ms. Turnbull joined Handi-Dogs in July, 2012. Her passion for dogs and how they help improve people's health and happiness is the reason she has devoted the last 5 years working with organizations focused on the human/animal bond. Handi-Dogs is a non-profit that helps our Veterans, seniors and people with disabilities train their own dogs to be their service, therapy or well-mannered companion dogs.
August Social
 
Leslie Hawkins was the "Hostess with the Mostess" at our August Social.  We all had so much fun!  This picture was taken early in the evening as members, spouses and guests were arriving.  The incredible food filled the island and we had to start placing dishes on the kitchen counter and bar!  For more pictures of the Social, please go to our Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/RotaryClubofSaddlebrooke  (Don't forget to LIKE our page)
Jim Cloer
 
SaddleBrooke resident, Jim Cloer, entertained our Rotary Club with stories, information, and humor about local critters.  In the photo above, Jim receives the club's certificate of appreciation from Peggy Knowles, the Program Chair.
Newest Amigo
 
A warm welcome to our newest Amigo Member, Lou Robisch.  Lou and his wife, Sue, are SaddleBrooke residents.  Lou and Sue are very active in their volunteer work with the Little Hooves and Big  Hearts!  Welcome, Lou!  
Mirror Lab
 
SaddleBrooke resident, Larry Allen, shared the history and in-side story of the University of Arizona Mirror Lab.  Rotary members and guests were fascinated by the stories and information they heard about the Mirror Lab.  Larry serves as a docent at the lab, which is located under the University of Arizona football stadium.  
Lisa Hansen of Sold No More
 
Lisa Hansen, the Education Director of Sold No More, spoke on Human Trafficking in the Tucson Area.  Lisa speaks to schools in the area in an effort to prevent Human Trafficking.  Tucson has the 2nd highest rate of Human Trafficking in the nation and the average age of the victims is age 11.
Jim Lamb - Chairman Polio Plus
 
SaddleBrooke Rotary was proud to have former member and President of
our club speak on his new role as Rotary Polio Plus Chairman.  As Rotary has 
helped to eradicate Polio worldwide, there are still areas of concern that need 
to be funded.  Rotary International, with the help of the Gates Foundation, is well on
the way to making this world Polio free.  Thank you Jim for your service.
District 5500 Governor Visit
L to R  District Governor Kirk Reed and
President Doug May
 
We were proud to welcome new District 5500 Governor
Kirk Reed on 7-19-18.  As a third generation Rotarian and a 
former United Methodist Church Pastor, Kirk will motivate us all to 
become more passionate and effective Rotarians.
Veterans' Memorial Cemetery
New President, Doug May, awards Bonnie Dudelston 
with a commemorative plaque. American State Veterans' Memorial Cemetery Administrator, Bonnie Dudelston, spoke to our club about 
the earned privilege of Veterans and their families to be be buried with honours at a National Cemetery.Earlier this year Rotary donated 108 trees to the new cemetery in Marana.  Local Rotary members helped to 
plant these trees on February 14th.
Upcoming Events | click on event title for details
Four Way Test Speech Contest
Apr 25, 2019
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
 
Services for Cammy Moore
Apr 29, 2019
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
 
U of A Student Project
May 02, 2019
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
 
Pitic Rotary Club Visit
May 09, 2019
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
 
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April 2
 
Bill Williams
April 8
 
Ned Selinsky
April 13
 
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April 17
 
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April 6
 
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April 17
 
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Emerson Knowles
April 4, 2012
7 years
 
Bob West
April 7, 1988
31 years
 
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April 16, 2012
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