Club Information
Welcome to our Rotary Club of Mesa West!
Mesa West
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Via Zoom or in-person
Doubletree, 1011 W Holmes
Mesa, AZ 85210
United States of America
Our hybrid meetings are held weekly on the 1st thru 4th Thursdays of each month. The meetings are broadcast via Zoom to include all, whether attending virtually or in person.
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October 24 was World Polio Day
Many would say that the commitment Rotary has made to eliminate Polio is the most 
significant use of our combined resources in the history of our organization.
Take 30 minutes from your busy schedule to see how far we've come!
CLICK HERE or on the image for the YouTube link to the program.
Rotary Leadership Institute - Plan to Attend November 6
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is often referred to as Rotary's College of Knowledge.  There are a series of three sessions with common curriculum which are offered throughout the Rotary World - not to train officers, but to share the wide world of Rotary to all interested Rotarians.  Mesa's own Polly Cady is the RLI Chairperson for Rotary District 5495.
The three sessions will run concurrently, via Zoom, Saturday, November 6 from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM.  Because it will be online, it will be free.  When RLI meets in person, there is a nominal fee to attend.  The planners try to move where it is offered to various locations in the district, making it accessible to attend as well as offer a little in-state Rotary tourism.  CLICK HERE to email Polly if you have questions or would like to register for the September 6 session.  If you have never attended RLI in the past, you will need to register for the first session, as the curriculum is intended to be studied in sequence.  For more information, download a flyer.
You are Invited - District Foundation Events
November is Rotary Foundation month and District 5495 will be hosting two great events to celebrate.
Saturday November 20:  Rotary Foundation Education Day, 9:00 AM to Noon
Join live via Zoom.  The link will be published on the District website under the Rotary Foundation tab.  CLICK HERE to go to that page.  If it is not available yet, keep checking every few days.
All Rotarians are welcome to attend.  Encourage your fellow club members to learn more about our Rotary Foundation.  Learn about Rotary Foundation Programs and Grants.  Get the latest updates on PolioPlus around the world.  Gain ideas on how to increase Rotary Foundation giving in your club.  And much more!
Sunday November 21:  Rotary Foundation Celebration Luncheon, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Arizona Broadway Theater, 7701 W Paradise Lane, Peoria, AZ 85382
Lunch with great Rotary fellowship.
Hear inspirational updates on Rotary Foundation projects - See how your donations are being used to do good in the world and in our own back yard. 
Fun and lively entertainment.  Recognition for significant donors to The Rotary Foundation.
Register Today  $45/person - Note:  registration is limited due to space so register soon.
October Service Project Might Be Spooky
The Community Service Committee recently announced their October Service Project.  They are looking for volunteers to help with the Halloween Parties at our two Mesa Senior Centers.  The volunteer duties will be to help set up for fun activities, judge the costume contest and help run games and the photo booth.
The first location is at the Red Mountain Senior Center and the second location is at the Downtown Senior Center.  We need at least four volunteers for each location and the parties are the same time/same day, so at least eight total volunteers are needed Friday, October 29, 2021 at 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
If you are in the spirit, you can wear your own costume to the party, but it is not required.
CLICK HERE or on the image to volunteer online.  If you have questions, send email to Shelly Romine.
Highlights of October 21 Meeting
Welcome - President Dan Coons
After introducing himself and welcoming everyone to the meeting, President Dan recited the Rotary International theme - Serve to Change Lives.  He then recited the Rotary Vision Statement:
Together we see a world where people unite and 
take action to create lasting change - 
across the globe, in our communities and in ourselves
Invocation - Serenity Prayer - Logan Harper
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
the courage to change the things I can, 
and the wisdom to know the difference.
Pledge of Allegiance - Ed Koeneman
Rotary Moment - Allan Cady
Allan said that he and Polly have had the opportunity to attend several Rotary International Conventions, and have enjoyed every experience, but he wanted to talk about how he has benefitted from a specific moment when they were riding a shuttle during the convention in Atlanta, 2017.  The shuttle wasn't moving very fast.  As a result, they had time to enjoy a conversation with a Rotarian seated across the aisle from them - Judge Tommy Webb.
Judge Tommy Webb was born in South Korea.  His mother was a prostitute.  His father, who he never knew, was likely a member of the US military.  Every evening, he was on the street.  He often slept in dumpsters.  The decaying debris in the dumpsters created some warmth during the very cold nights.  One night, there was some commotion in a nearby alley.  He found a little girl about three who had been beaten and abused.  He took her into the dumpster with him.  The next morning, she was dead.  Judge Tommy made up his mind to run away.  He walked miles toward the lights of Seoul.  After arriving in the city, he found his way to a bus terminal.  Inside the terminal, he was warm and dry, and fairly well fed.  He quickly learned to grab lunch bags and run away with them, taking one thing out and dropping the rest (to end the chase).  
A police officer in the terminal had taken note of his activities and surprised him one day.  Little Tommy was given a choice - go with the policeman - or go with the little gray-haired lady who was nearby.  Tommy chose the lady.  It happened she was associated with an orphanage.  After spending several months in the orphanage, he was adopted by a family in Oklahoma.  After arriving in the United States, he learned English.  He was a good high school football player.  His team won the state championship twice.  He went to college and found he wasn't ready.  He joined the Marines and found he was more ready for college than he had thought.  He got his undergraduate degree and later received his Masters in Divinity.  At one point, someone suggested that he run for judge in the southwest corner of Kansas.  After his first election, he was never opposed when he ran again.  He eventually became a magistrate covering the entire state.  Because of his background, many of the cases he dealt with involved youth.  He has been honored with many awards.
Since that initial moment on the shuttle bus, the two families have become very good friends.  Tommy and Allan both like Scotch.  Their wives both enjoy wine.  Judge Tommy now spends his winters at an RV resort in Yuma.  He preaches at the resort on Sundays.  Initially, about 40 attended the services.  Typically, in recent years, he has drawn around 200.  One time, he was invited to preach at a Korean church off of Camelback.  Allan and Polly attended and discovered Judge Tommy Webb is also an accomplished vocalist.  
Last spring when Allan and Polly were on their way to San Diego, Judge Tommy invited them to stop by the resort for the Sunday service.  They said they would if he would sing.  The song he chose to sing was "How Great Thou Art," which was recently performed at the Cady home by the Mesa West Singers.
Allan had an offer to make.  Judge Tommy is an author.  Allan said he would purchase "Running Away and Finding Home" for the first five people to give their names to Jeanie after the meeting.  
Action Required to Nominate Jim Schmidt to run for District Governor
Each year, District leadership sends out a request for nominations of individuals who qualify and are willing to serve as District Governor.  If selected, they will first be named as District Governor Nominee Designate (DGND).  The following July 1, they would move up to District Governor Nominee (DGN).  A year later, they would move up to District Governor Elect (DGE).  A year after that, they would finally begin their year of service as District Governor (DG).  
To be nominated, the home club of the nominee needs to pass a resolution to place their member's name in nomination.  President Dan said that Past President Jim Schmidt is willing to make this commitment.  A motion was made, seconded, and passed unanimously to nominate Jim Schmidt to serve as District Governor in 2024-25.
We have no way of knowing how many other clubs in our district will be passing a similar resolution.  We do know that if Jim is the nominee selected, he will serve in a way that will make all Mesa West members proud.
Lu General was heard softly singing "and another one bites the dust..."
Introduction of Guests
  • President Dan introduced returning visitor Sean Green.
  • Chris Krueger introduced Diane Ware.  Chris and Colleen Coons are both acquainted with Diane from Yoga activities.  Diane has recently retired as a Price Club bookkeeper.  She and her husband have a custom home business.  She enjoys spending time with her grandkids.
Ace of Clubs Raffle
Chuck Flint briefly explained that raffle tickets sell for $5 each.  A third of the revenue goes to the club operating account.  Another third is added to the accumulating "big pot," which is now up to $620.  The final third will be received by the person holding the other half of the ticket drawn.  That person would also win the opportunity to try to draw the Ace of Clubs from the cards remaining in the deck.  Should they draw any other card, the card drawn will be destroyed.  Sean Green drew the ticket ending in 409, which was held by Dave Brauchler who may have ruined his chances by attempting to sing the old Beach Boys hit "Giddyup 409."  Jim Crutcher wondered if anyone knew what that song was about...
Dave drew the 8 of Hearts, so the big pot lives on and will be even bigger next week.
Happy Bucks - Greg Okonowski
  • In light of October 24 being World Polio Day, President Dan pledged to be a Polio Plus Society Member by donating $100 to that cause this year.
  • Pam Cohen donated - she was happy to see two prospective members at our meeting.
  • Ed Koeneman was happy to report his daughter Suzie has a job working in research labs in Tucson.  She will be doing biopsies of shrimp.
  • Ted Williams pledged $100 for The Rotary Foundation.  He was happy to report that his stepdaughter has passed a swallow test.  She is now walking again.  They are hoping to get her down here next week.  He shared some other family news.  His brother - who was four and a half years younger than Ted had suffered a massive stroke a year and a half ago.  Ted was able to visit him earlier this month.  He could barely move his mouth when attempting to communicate.  He has passed away.  Ted's beliefs give him comfort believing his brother is in a better place and is happy for his widow who is free from the difficult work of being his caregiver.
  • Penny May contributed and was photographed with President Dan holding Rotary flags she had collected when on Rotary Friendship Exchange.
  • Joan Reimann was happy to report their son, grandson and great grandson would be coming to visit.
  • Allan Cady reported that his middle son, Jonathan, has tested positive for COVID.  So far, his symptoms are mild, but Allan asked for prayers for his case to remain a mild one.
  • Chris Krueger was happy Diane and Sean were both in attendance at the meeting
  • Colleen Coons donated $50 cash.  She was happy that her strong, handsome husband was able to load himself and the 300 pound vase Allan and Polly Cady had given to Colleen into Colleen's two-seater Mercedes for its ride to its new home.  She gave Allan and Polly the choice of where the $50 should go and they chose Polio Plus.
  • Dave Brauchler contributed.  His wife is celebrating her first week on her new job.  She manages software in a complex insurance industry.  
  • Don LaBarge announced he would be donating through Rotary Direct to The Rotary Foundation for his celebration of recent family events.  As a diabetic, Don knows he needs to really watch any lesions on his feet.  He is currently keeping his eye on a scorpion bite on his left foot as well as a stubbed toe on his right foot that looks like someone took a sledge hammer to it. 
  • Lucinda General vouched for the character of guest Sean Green.  Lu had invited Sean to attend a Rotary fundraising event being held by another club.  It was a western night and the cost was $50 to attend.  She had paid for his admission, but Sean is apparently a person who is very conscientious about paying his debts as he handed his $50 to her as soon as he arrived.  Lu announced she hoped to find someone who could use some insulin syringes for pets, which come in packages of ten.  Jeane Crouse said she would be glad to take them.  Lu also announced she was trying to find a home for a Singer sewing machine in a very nice cabinet.  It is a 1979 model and she even has the manual to the zig zag machine.  Jeane Crouse thought maybe she could help with that as well.
  • Don LaBarge contributed.  He was thankful for the many ways Lucinda has helped him over the years.  Recently she borrowed his truck and was nice enough to let him know when she returned it that his registration had expired.  Don also shared that he had mailed a $180 check to President Dan's business to pay for some printing they had done for him.  He feels like if Dan can't find the check, Dan is on his own...  Someone quietly asked, "Is that fair to all concerned...?"  
  • Dan Coons contributed. He hadn't heard from a close friend who was his Rotary sponsor for a least ten years.  Dan was able to make contact with him last week.  Dan and Colleen are going to enjoy some time with him in a couple of weeks.  Even though Dan hadn't had contact with him for ten years, his good friend had continued to have a major impact on Dan's life in many ways.  His introduction of Rotary into Dan's life being one of those many ways.  Dan's friend's name is Hassan Kassai.
Club Assembly and Job Fair
President Dan explained that he would be calling on various committee chairs working under his administration to explain the things they are each responsible for.
Membership - Polly Cady
Polly explained that she is currently operating without a committee.  Recruiting new members into a Rotary Club is relatively easy.  What is difficult is retaining new members - it is important to find ways to keep new members engaged in ways they find fulfilling.  The ways members become engaged become their "why" for staying in Rotary.  She would love to have some of our newer members become part of her committee to help with keeping our membership engaged and excited about Rotary.  Ideally each new member would have a mentor within the club.  The mentor may or may not be their sponsor.  
Club Service - Pam Cohen
Pam said that many things fall under Club Service - it is the glue that keeps a club together.  Everything from Membership to Speakers to Social Activities and several other tasks fall under Club Service.  She has been in charge of this Avenue of Service for the last several years, but will be passing the torch to someone else next year when she becomes our Club President July 1.  
Program Chair - Dave Brauchler
Dave let everyone know that programs are books for the remainder of 2021, but speakers are needed for January through June.  To illustrate how important it is to have topics that members find important, he told of a Rotary Club he had been involved with in Lexington, Kentucky.  He said there were 600 members - mostly older men, many of whom needed, but did not have, hearing aids.  It was always difficult to hear any speaker because people in the back of the room were talking among themselves.  He said that one week that all changed. He said at a meeting when the program was about prostate cancer, you could have heard a pin drop.
Ed Koeneman - Youth Services
Ed briefly explained the various activities that fall under Youth Services. 
  • Interact (short for International Action) - generally for high school students - sponsored by Rotary Clubs.  Mesa West sponsors an Interact Club at Westwood High School in Mesa.  There are a few Interact Clubs in middle schools in the US, but Interact for younger children is more common in some foreign countries.
  • Rotaract (short for Rotary Action) - can be university or community based.  Colleen Coons has recently accepted the job of District Rotaract Chair.  Rotaract is for young people between the ages of 18 and 30 who want to do service.  Ideally Rotaract is the next step toward becoming Rotarians - and it would be easy for Interact members to find an active Rotaract Club after high school graduation.  That availability needs work in our District.
  • Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) - where parents get to send their high school student away for a year to study abroad.  We also have the opportunity to host inbound students.  Ideally, an inbound student stays with three separate families.  The students are immersed in another culture.  They each grow in many ways from their experiences.  Rotarians who are not actually hosting a student can share in the experience by inviting the inbound student to participate in activities with them and their family and friends.
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) - a four-day camp where the youth learn leadership, team-building, and self-awareness skills that are life-changing.  Ed told of a boy scout who had been very timid.  After attending RYLA, he spent an entire four-mile hike telling Ed about how wonderful RYLA had been and explaining all the things he learned and experienced while there.  
Jeane Crouse added that while she was a member of a Rotary Club in Trinidad in the West Indies, she appreciated something they did there.  They had a group of "little Rotarians," who were the children and grandchildren of Rotarians who were between the ages of 9-14.
Fundraising - Allan Cady
For the last few years, rather than host fund-raising events, Mesa West has had successful sponsorship campaigns.  A brochure is created that can be shared with friends, family, neighbors and business associates.  Samples were on the table from the most recent campaign.  Last year, he had six team captains.  The 57 members at the time were each assigned to one of the six teams.  They set a modest goal of raising $30,000.  They were doing so well in a relatively short time that they raised the goal to $40,000.  In fact, the total brought in by the campaign was $56,000.  80% of members participated by either donating themselves or soliciting a donation or both.  Allan explained we would be doing it again this year.  It will likely start in November and continue through the spring.  Funds raised support our various charitable activities.  The largest is our signature hearing project in Guaymas, Mexico.  He had his thermometer with him showing the achievement of $56,000 in fundraising.
Community Service - Shelly Romine
Shelly explained that this is her second year to chair Community Service.  Last year, she was a committee of one.  This year she has an active committee helping her find hands-on service activities.  It is her goal to have a minimum of one hands-on service opportunity each month for members to participate in.  She has also coordinated a food drive and a bedding drive this year.  She and her committee have a tentative schedule of such projects through May, 2022.  She reminded members she still had two openings for volunteers for the October 29 project where volunteers are needed at each of the two Mesa Senior Centers.  At the event, members will be setting up games, serving ice cream, helping judge costume contest, and running a photo booth.  She also mentioned that anyone interested could see her after the meeting to get details about an opportunity to observe and participate in a Sleep in Heavenly Peace bed build at a Lutheran Church on Saturday October 23.
Don LaBarge - Salvation Army Bell Ringing
Don said he would soon be working on his calendar for this year.  He expects to have 230 shifts to fill.  We will be ringing every day starting the Friday after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve.  He has received the national Bass Pro bell-ringing information, but each store has to formalize their own relationship with the bell-ringing team authorized at their store location.  Don would be finalizing that formal relationship this week.  He was hopeful Dan would allow our club's Happy Bucks during the campaign to be an extension of our Bass Pro Salvation Army Kettle as has happened some years in the past.  Last year, our station was credited with raising $22,000.  He urged members to give directly through our bucket rather than respond to mailed Salvation Army requests.  Funds raised in the kettle stay local while the mailed responses some of the revenue is used at higher levels of the Salvation Army organization.  Many Salvation Army kettles are staffed by paid bell-ringers.  Our station is the only all-volunteer station in Mesa.
Ray Smith - International Service
  • Chris Krueger - Aqua Africa Update The RI Global Grant has been approved.  Work has begun on the project.  They will soon be needing funds to pay for supplies.  We are just about to enter the good weather months between November and  February. They will experience heavy rains after that.
  • Gift of Hearing - Guaymas Project - Ray reported that the project started over 25 years ago.  Bob Jensen had been working on a volunteer project providing hearing aids for students at a school.  Wendell Jones brought Bob into his Rotary Club which was Mesa Baseline Rotary Club at the time.  Some of Bob's original donor pool dried up, but with the merger of Mesa Baseline into Mesa West, the program has continued.  Allan Cady got more donors and volunteers involved.  Since COVID, the ability to continue the annual project has been impossible.  It was hoped a mission could take place next March, but that may be in jeopardy.  COVID is really bad there.  Robin Harris expressed his amazement when he learned as a volunteer on the mission several years ago that individuals who received hearing aids would share one of their devices with another family member who could not hear.  There is no other source of hearing aids for the community.  It is us or nothing.  Ray estimated over the 25 year history of the project over 4,000 devices have been provided.
Foundation - Chuck Flint - the October 28 program will focus on The Rotary Foundation.
Public Image and other stuff - Jeanie Morgan - Jeanie explained that the weekly electronic newsletter - our Messenger - is actually a club service function and something she volunteered to do so she could get to know the Mesa West members and how the club functioned better.  She would be glad to help someone else enjoy that same opportunity.  Many of the other tasks she handles would also fall under Club Service.  Tasks such as recording attendance at meetings, filling the weekly duty roster, etc.  The tasks she handles could easily be divided up among several others.  She encouraged members to contact her to take on any part of what she is currently doing.
  • President Dan gave an update on AG Lee Holmes who is recovering from COVID.  Lee reported he is doing fine, but suffering with having to be confined a bit longer.
  • Christa Morgan - who only last year joined our club - has moved to Waco, Texas to help care for her mother.  She has located a club in Waco, but has not yet felt she had the time to commit to being a member.  She submitted her resignation from Mesa West effective September 30.  We wish her well in this new chapter of her life.
  • Pam Cohen and the nominating committee are on a leadership search for the Rotary Year starting July 1, 2022.  A president -nominee is needed as well as a director to replace Don Boucher whose term will expire June 30, 2022.  Anyone interested in serving on her board or as a committee chair should contact Pam.
How was this hat exchange not noted during the meeting?
Something to Ponder

Quoting Pogo: We have met the enemy and he is us

For the sake of our younger readers:  Pogo was a daily comic strip that was created by cartoonist Walt Kelly and syndicated to American newspapers from 1948 until 1975. Set in the Okefenokee Swamp in the southeastern United States, Pogo followed the adventures of its anthropomorphic animal characters, including the title character, an opossum.

Today's Chuckle
The Big Four - Ways to Support Rotary in Mesa West
As Rotarians, we are regularly exposed to opportunities to support various causes with our time, talent and treasure.  Sometimes it is hard to sift through all the information and decide where we are going to use our available financial resources. 
It would be wonderful if every Arizona Rotarian would make the following BIG FOUR their Rotary charities of choice and support every one of them every year, we could make a bigger difference than we are making today.
  1. The Rotary Foundation (TRF) Annual Fund - The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world."  Giving a small amount each month adds up.  CLICK HERE to download a form you can use to sign up for Rotary Direct, electing "Annual Fund - Share" for your recurring donation.  
  2. The Rotary Foundation (TRF) Polio Plus - Rotary's commitment to eradicate polio is so well known and respected that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation matches donations $2 for $1.  To take advantage of this opportunity to multiply the effect of your giving, CLICK HERE and download a second Rotary Direct form, this time electing electing "Polio Eradication" for your recurring donations.
  3. The Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona (TRVFA) provides vocational education grants to Arizona Residents who meet specific low-income guidelines.   The grants enable the recipients to lift themselves out of poverty, benefitting themselves, their families and the economy of our state.  TRVFA is a 501(c)(3) charity.  They also are a Qualifying Charitable Organization for Arizona Tax Credit Donations.  Their QCO Code is 20698.  Many Arizona Rotarians say giving to TRVFA is a "no brainer."  If you can help someone lift themselves out of poverty and it won't end up costing you anything why would you not do it?  Mesa West Rotary has the highest number of members who have signed up for automated monthly recurring donations by electing that option on the "Donate Now" button on the TRVFA website.  Click the image to learn more or CLICK HERE to DONATE NOW.  
  4. Mesa West Rotary Foundation, Inc. is the funding and fundraising arm of our own Mesa West Rotary Club.  It is a 501(c)(3) charity.  We have had successful sponsorship campaigns the last few years enabling us to spend our energy on service rather than on holding fundraising events.  Charitable grants that we get involved with are funded through our charitable foundation, Our signature Gift of Hearing Project in Guaymas Mexico is funded through this foundation.  Scholarships are awarded annually to Westwood High School Students (the high school where Mesa West Rotary sponsors an Interact Club).  Funds are used to support a variety of activities in four of the Rotary Avenues of Service:
    1. Community Service
    2. International Service 
    3. Vocational Service
    4. Youth Service
The process isn't quite automated at this point in time, but we hope it soon will be.  For now, you can email our executive secretary who can help you work out a recurring donation plan should you wish to make that arrangement to support our own club's charitable activity.
Nov 04, 2021
Alice Cooper's Solid Rock Teen Center
Nov 11, 2021
USS Forrestal
Nov 18, 2021
Mystery Program
Nov 25, 2021
There will be no in-person meeting of Mesa West Rotary
Dec 02, 2021
New Member
Dec 09, 2021
Transitioning to Assisted Living
Dec 30, 2021
We will be dark - Mesa West Rotary does not meet on the 5th Thursday of any month
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Executives & Directors
President Elect
Membership Dir "23
Community Service Dir. '22
Vocational Dir '22
Foundation Dir. '23
Public Image Dir. '23
Fundraising Chair
Co Sergeant. At Arms
TRF Chair
Vocational Service Chair
Youth Services Co-Chair
Youth Services Co-Chair
Executive Secretary
Upcoming Events
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Nov 04, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Nov 11, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Nov 18, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Nov 25, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Dec 02, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Dec 09, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Dec 16, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Dec 23, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Weekly Club Meeting via Zoom
Dec 30, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Kayla Mudge
November 12
Keith Deering
November 24
Shane Buntrock
November 28
Spouse Birthdays
Chris LaBarge
November 21
Chris Krueger
Mike Krueger
November 8
Don Boucher
Sharon Boucher
November 15
Erwin Reimann
Joan Reimann
November 25
Joan Reimann
Erwin Reimann
November 25
Join Date
Alex Cohen
November 1, 2016
5 years
Dick Myren
November 1, 1970
51 years
Pai Bethea
November 1, 1977
44 years
Wayne General
November 1, 2016
5 years
John Bethea
November 4, 2014
7 years
Geoff White
November 13, 2001
20 years
John Benedict
November 21, 2000
21 years
Rodney Daniels
November 30, 2003
18 years
Rotary District 5495 Links
District Links
Rotary Interact District 5495
Rotary District 5495
The Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona (TRVFA)
Rotary Youth Exchange
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards - RYLA
RYLA Service Project Support
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Jeanie Morgan
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