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SaddleBrooke Rotary Club president George Bidwell, left, presents gifts cards along with Major Paul Jefferson, Barb Garve, Trevor Harvey and Sheldon Israel.
A new Rotary Club with a new focus is in the process of being formed. It will be called SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary and will meet on Mondays, 8 a.m., at MV Bistro. The new proglram is in the process of forming a Charter group and narrowing the focus to service projects that allow Rotary members more direct involvement and less fund raising. The group is looking for people, men and women, who want to be of service to those around the wider community by contributing skills and time to vulnerable kids and seniors.
Thursday, Oct. 16
Thursday, Sept. 18
Jim Lamb is the new president of the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club for the 2014-2015 Rotary year. He and his wife Mary have resided in this community for fifteen years. They have two children and three grandchildren. Mary is an operating room nurse at The University of Arizona Medical Center.
Thursday, Aug. 14
A new Rotary Club with a new focus is in the process of being formed. It will be called SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary and will meet on Mondays, 8 a.m., at MountainView Bistro.
Thursday, July 17
Thursday, July 3
Thursday, June 5
Thursday, May 15
Approximately 50 Volunteer Optometrists Serving Humanity (VOSH) Arizona volunteers, including 14 students from the Arizona College of Optometry in Glendale, recently completed the organization’s 13th mission to provide eye care in Hermosillo, Mexico.
Thursday, Oct. 31
Thursday, Oct. 17
Thursday, Sept. 26
Thursday, May 30
Last week, the residents at Clare Bridge in Oro Valley were treated with a visit from a couple of mini horses, brought by the organization Little Hooves and Big Hearts.
Forty-one VOSH (Volunteer Optometrists Serving Humanity) Arizona volunteers, including 11 students from the Arizona College of Optometry in Glendale, recently completed the organization’s 12th mission to provide eye care in Hermosillo, Mexico.
Thursday, Feb. 14
David Devine, author of “Slavery, Scandal, and Steel Rails,” spoke to the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke about the history of the southern transcontinental railroad line. The book covers the Gadsden Purchase and subsequent construction of the railroad line through Arizona and New Mexico during the 1870s. Projecting pictures of construction, Southern Pacific Railroad tycoons, and politicians at the time.
At a recent SaddleBrooke Rotary Meeting, we were brought into the 21st Century by Gary Wagnon, the owner of Ninja Online Marketing Strategies. Gary is an expert in social media, and he gave a wonderful introduction to Facebook. The Global Mobile World is on our doorstep and we need to open the door and let it in.
Thursday, May 17
Thursday, May 10
Thursday, May 3
Thursday, April 26