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President: Mary Louise Lansbarkis
Vice President: Bill McCoach
Secretary: Colette McNally
Treasurer: Don Prestin
Veteran's Day Spearheads Rotary's November Meetings
By Norm Noble
On Tuesday, November 10th, the Sun Lakes Rotary will honor our nation's veterans in a special ceremony; one looked forward to annually. If you are a veteran, come to this breakfast meeting. We want to honor you. And if you are able, wear your uniform. (P.S. Very few of our members can.)
On Tuesday, November 24th, Sandy Lundberg, Principal, Casteel High School, will present, “From Breaking Ground to Ground Breaking Innovations – Essential Steps for Opening a Comprehensive High School.” Her talk will delve into branding, setting a vision, curriculum programming, marketing, and community relations.
Casteel High School, named after current Superintendent Dr. Camille Casteel, is the newest secondary school in the Chandler Unified School District. It is a public 7-12 comprehensive high school employing a strong integrated curriculum, with special emphasis in engineering, computer information systems technology, entrepreneurship, and product design. In the near future, it will incorporate a strong fine arts component with the construction of a state-of-the-art Performing Arts center.
Casteel High School opened this year and will graduate its first class in the spring of 2019. Principal Sandy Lundberg has been in public education for 26 years as a teacher and administrator at the elementary and secondary levels. This is her 5th year in the Chandler district. Previously, she was Director of Curriculum K-12 and Principal of Arizona College Preparatory-Oakland Campus.
The Rotary Club of Sun Lakes meets for breakfast every Tuesday morning at 6:30 a.m. in the Oakwood Country Club Ballroom. The meetings start at 7:00 and end promptly at 8:00 a.m. Cost of breakfast is $12. To make reservations for any meeting, contact Rotarian Don Prestin at 480-802-0439.
Be sure and stop by our booth at an upcoming Open House.
Pancake Breakfast tickets will be available in October.
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District 5510 is in Co-Hoots!
Co+Hoots is an innovative collaborative office space located in Phoenix. Are you familiar with this new idea? You can learn more about this concept, socialize and have some fun by joining· District 5510 and District 5490 on October 15th for a fun network mixer! We'll get started at 6:30 pm with a fast paced interactive program and have a chance to meet new people. We are really in cohoots now! For more information please contact Lucinda General email@example.com or check it out and RSVP right on on Facebook.
We put out an urge for everyone to contribute to the Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona. While the contribution amounts are correct, our address was wrong in the SunRiser.·Please use this address (TRVFA, P.O.Box 14412, Scottsdale, AZ 85267), to contribute to this great cause that our clubs and communities can benefit from!
Murder Mystery Dinner Theater Play – Sun Lakes Community Theatre
•········ Play: Murder on the Oriental Rug or Hot Flashes
•········ Cottonwood’s San Tan Ballroom
•········ Cost: $36 per person, for show + dinner
•········ Show Date of Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2016
•········ Doors open up at 5:30 PM and the dinner & show commences at 6:00 PM
•········ Dinner: Antipasto salad, lasagna, garlic bread, mixed vegetables, dessert
•········ Cash Bar
If you wish to attend, please write a check to me, Bill McCoach, for the amount and give to me at a Club Meeting or mail it to me.
I will buy the initial tickets on October 16th, so we may facilitate sitting together at the same tables (10/table).
If I receive $ after Oct. 15th, there will be no guarantee that you will be sitting with other Rotarians ……………but I will endeavor to facilitate as much as possible that we are together.
26433 S. Beech Creek Dr
Sun· Lakes, AZ 85248
- 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.