Tag: Rotary Club

The passing of the gavel

Left to right: Assistant Governor Mary Strauss assists outgoing President Doug May as he passes the gavel to the incoming president, Barbara Barr.

Stephen Argentati The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke recently celebrated its annual Passing of the Gavel ceremony, where past president Doug May “passed the gavel” to the incoming president, Barbara Barr. Barbara has been a powerhouse rotarian for many years, and we are excited to begin the new year with her at the helm! The assistant…

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Tales from Biosphere 2 – back by popular demand Barbara Barr On Thursday, Aug. 15, the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke cordially invites members of our community to hear “Biospherean” Linda Leigh present “Tales of Biosphere 2.” Linda was a resident of Biosphere 2 for two years and selected the combination of plants that went into…

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Rotary presents: Senior Village at SaddleBrooke Barbara Barr Join us on Thursday, August 8, at the SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse to learn all about the latest from Senior Village. The board of directors of Senior Village will be visiting with us and filling us in on all the details on their organization. Whether you are just…

SaddleBrooke Rotary honor Oracle Ford

Barbara Barr Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke honored Mark Phelps and Oracle Ford for their support and contributions to the Fore For Kids Charity Golf Fundraiser. Oracle Ford has been such a long-time supporter of Fore For Kids that no one can ever remember when they weren’t a sponsor of the event. Oracle…

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Master Gardener offers gardening tips to Sunrise Rotary Club Brianne Spaeth Lyle Larson, a Certified Master Gardener, spoke this week at the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club. He moved to SaddleBrooke after living many years in Vancouver, Washington and the upper Northwest. After working for many years with the landscape of the Northwest, he was in…

Honoring the Teacher of the Year

Barbara Barr It’s hard to find ways to thank our teachers who make such a difference in the lives of our children. Each year the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke tries to thank the top teacher in the Oracle School District. Annually, the club works with the Superintendent to select the Teacher of the Year. This…

Meet “Mr. Cloud-Maven, Art Rangno

Barbara Barr Do the cloud formations over the Santa Catalinas fascinate you? Come join us and be totally amazed as The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke learns all about the Santa Catalina Clouds from climatologist, Art Rangno. Art will be speaking to the club at our lunch meeting on Thursday, May 16, at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse.…

Making a difference in Mexico

Sheila Tuhy Volunteer Optometrists Serving Humanity Arizona (VOSH AZ) returned on March 1, from their 2019 mission in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. The team consisted of 12 optometrists, one optician, 12 optometric students from AZ, Mexico and Colombia and about 15 trained lay volunteers. The group was hosted by the Pitic Rotary Club and Seddison (Sonora’s…

It’s about the kids

Barbara Barr Bob Christadore, Chair of the Fore For Kids Charity Golf Tournament, awarded Doug Harpole of the Vistoso Funeral Home a plaque for their participation in the event. Doug’s Funeral Home was one of the many sponsors of the event. Area businesses and individuals support of this annual event allows the Rotary Club of…