This Week's Speaker

Michael Broggie

Walt Disney


Last Meeting Highlights
President Clent Walker presided, Art Harrington guided us in prayer, Dennis Light led us with the pledge to our flag, Richard with the Four Way Test, and Jane Anne with singing The Battle Hymn of the Republic. Thanks to John Stewart for registration and Donna and Ray for set-up and take down. Congratulations to Roy for taking the pot.
Amy Robl provided us with The Thought of the Day: “You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.”
Bud Ackerman introduced his guest and prospective new member Douglas Ficke.
Clent thanked all those for joining the All Vets Memorial clean-up on Saturday. All three Prescott clubs participated as well as our District Gov. Elizabeth Mahoney. Special thanks to Bruce Moeller for playing The National Anthem and Taps on his bugle at the memorial. John Stewart announced that although honorary member Tony Shaw was not able to attend the meeting due to medical precautions, he is doing well at home and is able to receive visits or phone calls. Tony is in all our thoughts and prayers.
Clent welcomed Par Wood back to our meetings and reminded us that next Wednesday will be our ‘Halloween meeting’ and encouraged members to ‘costume up’ for the occasion.
Jane Anne stepped in for the missing Sergeant at Arms and asked a representative for each table to spin the wheel and all people who sat at their table paid whatever number came up. That was a windfall for the spittoon. For happy bucks, Jane Anne paid for spending the weekend in Sedona with her two daughters, several members were happy to see visiting relatives, Art paid to recognize the success of our club’s All Vets Memorial clean-up project and Bruce’s bugle skills, Jerry H. was thankful for his tech support team, and there were lots and lots of happy bucks to celebrate Par’s return.
Dennis Light introduced our guest speaker Matt Reese, fire engineer, paramedic and Threat Liaison Officer with the Prescott Fire Dept. Matt provided a presentation called “Stop the Bleed,” which for our club was a 30 min. crash course on how to stop/control traumatic bleeding.
The Stop the Bleed program was created by medical professionals and govt. officials after the Sandy Hook massacre in 2012 as a way to increase survival rates in mass casualty events, as well as all levels of trauma, through providing bleeding control training to everyday citizens.
New Member Spotlight
Christy Manning
Christy Manning was born and raised in San Fernando Valley, California.  She attended the University of Arizona where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2002. After graduation she moved back to California and pursued a career in banking. Christy has been in the banking industry for 18 years and has been a Branch Manager for 13 years.  Last year, she decided to make a switch from a “big bank” to a Credit Union as she wanted to be able to help better the lives of her members, associates and community in which the Credit Union valued.  She is currently with OneAZ Credit Union.
In 2002, Christy met her husband, John Manning, and they married in 2006.  They currently have 2 sons, Gavin (12) and Logan (10). Christy was introduced to Rotary in 2012 when she joined the Westlake Village Sunrise Rotary Club.  She became a Paul Harris Fellow in 2014 and was Vocational Chair for a year during her time with the Westlake Village Sunrise Rotary Club.  She enjoys Rotary because of the lasting friendships she has built and getting her entire family involved in giving back to the local community.
Christy and her family moved to Prescott Valley, Arizona in December of 2016 to stay close to her parents.  She enjoys spending time outdoors and you can find her on the weekend’s mountain biking, hiking, or watching her kids play soccer. 
President's Message
Clent Walker
member photo
Greetings fellow Sunupians,
I would like to thank Art Harington and the other Facilitators who participated in this past weekend’s Virtual Fall Leadership Conference, and any Club Advisors who were able to attend.
As “People of Action” we Rotarians should always let our actions speak louder than our words. Merely reciting the Four Way Test isn’t an option, we must truly live it in our daily lives. It is not an A La Cart menu where you can pick and choose which part you want to apply; you have to take the full package.
Benjamin Franklin once said “All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move”.
 Have a great day, enjoy your week and I hope to see you all Wednesday morning.
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Walt Disney
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Veterans Day Program
Nov 18, 2020
Walker Party Early Settlers in Prescott
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Meeting Assignments
October 2020
Stewart, John
Greeter 1
Tuberty, Katheryn
Greeter 2
Warrick, Dwayne
Setup/Take Down 1
Jacobs, Donna
Setup/Take Down 2
Jacobs, Raymond
Harrington, Art
Shimizu, Jane Anne
October 7, 2020
Thought for the Day
Hammond, Glen
Hernandez, Richard
October 14, 2020
Thought for the Day
Raskin, Greg
Shimizu, Jane Anne
October 21, 2020
Thought for the Day
Robl, Amy
Beyer, Dan
October 28, 2020
Thought for the Day
Scholl, John
Greenlee, Matt
Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Membership Chair
The Rotary Foundation Chair
Immediate Past President & Sunup Foundation Chair
Club Service Chair
Community Service Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Communication Co-chair
Communication Co-chair
International Service Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Youth Service Chair
Russell Hampton
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