Rotarian of the Month
Back Office Library
Rotary Should Be FUN
Mary Louise Lansbarkis
Be a Gift to the World
President: Mary Louise Lansbarkis
Vice President: Bill McCoach
Secretary: Colette McNally
Treasurer: Don Prestin
Mark your calendar
10/20 starting at 4:30pm
Sisk park in Palo Verde
$5 per person. Payable to Peter Meade
Today was Club Day. Guests were introduced. Michael Tennant, Ed Anderson and Craig Gilbert. Mary Louise announced that Principal Sandy Lundberg's Casteel High School dedication will be at 6:00 p.m. Thursday on Power Road. . She added that Sandy Lundberg will take over Fred DePrez's job as Youth Protection Officer and Fred DePrez will take over Jill Morse's job as World Affairs Conference Chairperson.
John McKoy reported on the Rotary Microcredit Project. Trips have been organized to Hermosillo Oct. 16/17; Jan. 15/16; and March 11/12 and to Nogales April 9th. You will visit project borrowers and see, first hand, how small loans really do make a big difference. Tours are limited to 10 participants Should you be interested contact John McKoy or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Chuck Deuth noted that Dictionary Project sheets were on the table. October 6th will be the sticker party at Hamilton. The week prior will be the pre-sticker party to get all organized. It was reported that Sun Lakes Rotary purchased a monitor for Casteel High School. We will have to wait to have it installed. Greg Jewell reported on the November 8th Pancake Breakfast with regards to publicity, etc. Dee is working on the numbering the tickets and getting the envelopes prepared for each member containing their tickets. The price has been raised to $9.00, advanced sales and $10.00 at door. There will be gluten-free pancakes this year. In October the signs will be put up in the community. Hal Wochholz advised that he has tickets for CUSD athletic and fine arts events. See or call Hal. Hal is so happy that he has the Choices classes filled for Perry High School but he needs some Rotarians to interested, to audit the classes. The date is Sept. 22 and 23. The classes are about 90 minutes in length. Call Hal by phone or by e-mail if you have any questions. The Chandler High School Choices classes will be Oct. 28 & 29, Casteel High School classes will be Nov. 4 & 5. Basha's will be held Dec. 2 & 3 and Hamilton on Jan. 6 & 7. Bill McCoach discussed Fellowship plans. Collette needs sign ups to sell lottery tickets. Please see her. Peter Meade reminds the members to sign up for the buffet. We need to have numbers. He advised that the Welcome Back picnic will be Tuesday, October 20 at Sisk Park at 4:30 p.m. We will have a regular Rotary meeting that Tuesday morning. Marge Wright advises that we added a new item to our morning breakfast. That , being a "host/hostess" for welcoming our guests as they come in for the morning meeting. We will introduce ourselves and make them feel comfortable. Charles Loew took us through the Membership Growth Plans for 2015-2016. Those goals include inducting 36 new members. At the end of August our count was 83 with 4 "in the pipe line". He reported on Promotion and Publicity, Open Houses, (participating in 5) Those dates are Cottonwood & Palo Verde 10/17, Neighbors Who Care 10/24, Iron Oaks 10/31, Sun Bird 11/04 and Sun Lakes 11/14. We need volunteers! Sign up!!!!
Marge ended by advising that we are having a Board meeting immediately following. Wade Wampler had the winning lottery ticket but came back with
$10.00!!!! The members stood, reciting the Four Way Test.
- IMPORTANT! To access the new website go to: sunlakesrotary.org. select the “for members” link near the bottom of the left column (blue). Use the email address that we have as your record, then click on one of the forgot pass-word links. You will soon receive an email with a new system generated password. Log in and change the password to one you will remember. Members must update their own information as the need arises. For informa-tion or concerns about the website contact Dave Cramer at 480-263-9095.