Tag: SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club

Fun Times Shared at the HOA2 ‘I Don’t Want It’ Sale

Frank Shipton SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club (SSR) members participated, along with many other individuals and organizations, in support of SaddleBrooke TWO’s annual “I Don’t Want It” Sale. Held on Oct. 14, the rain-soaked event didn’t stop anxious buyers from participating in a fun-filled day, making purchases and supporting the SSR to raise, once again, funding…

Rotary Member Installation

Frank Shipton Past President and current Club Foundation Chairman Maggie DeBlock pins and presents a new membership packet to Julia Halvacs as she is welcomed as a new member into the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club, a service-oriented club that emphasizes fun while supporting the needs of our community and its surrounding area.

Sunrise Rotary Inducts Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams has been welcomed as a new member into the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club, a service-oriented club that emphasizes fun while supporting the needs of our community and its surrounding area. If you want to help but are not sure how you can make a difference, our club invites you to attend a club…

Sunrise Rotary Club News

Marsha Lindeken SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary participated in the I Don’t Want It, You Can Have It Sale, held on Oct. 16. Members gathered treasures to sell, set up, and manned our booth. The proceeds from the sale benefit the 51 Homes Vets project. We have supported this project in many ways—helping to purchase mattresses, putting…

SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club Is Now a Cause-Based Club

Patti R. Albaugh What is a cause-based club? Rotary Club International has created a new model for club structure and activity, and SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club has adopted the new format. It’s a simpler club model with less administrative hassle, fewer meetings, and quality time with fellow members doing self-selected projects. In this model, members…

Promoting Literacy in the Copper Corridor

Maggie deBlock SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Cause Club members delivered books to the San Manuel/Mammoth Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade teachers’ library as well as books donated for other grade levels. The Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade books were purchased using matching grant money from Rotary District 5500. This story began when the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary…

SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club – Make Way for Books

Dick Kroese Ally Baehr, the Chief Operating Officer of Make Way for Books, presented to the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club. Established in 1998, Make Way for Books’ mission is to give all children the chance to read and succeed. Make Way for Books works to empower economically-disadvantaged young children with the emergent literacy and language…

How is a neighborhood grocery like a Rotary Club?

Patti Albaugh Joelle Schumacher spoke to SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club about working as a cashier at Bashas’ in Catalina. She compared the goals of Rotary to the goals of a neighborhood grocery. Rotarians pledge to help a community through donations and work projects. So does Bashas’! As an Arizona company, Bashas’ supports in-state charitable organizations…

Writers take aim

Patti Albaugh What do writers need to know about firearms, arrest procedures and blood splatter patterns? Ask anyone who has been to the Writers’ Police Academy (WPA). Patti Albaugh, member of the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club, traveled to Green Bay, Wisconsin, this summer to learn how to write convincing crime scenes. The tenth annual Writers’…

How is a neighborhood grocery like a Rotary Club?

Patti Albaugh Joelle Schumacher spoke to SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club about working as a cashier at Bashas’ in Catalina. She compared the goals of Rotary to the goals of a neighborhood grocery. Rotarians pledge to help a community through donations and work projects. So does Bashas’! As an Arizona company, Bashas’ supports in-state charitable organizations…