Greeter Dennis Light
Registration  Jose Lujan Arms  Gus Bergman
Meeting Highlights November 29
Great extractions   Gus Bergman was Sarge and enlisted Sarah Tomsky to tote the spittoon.  Sarge Gus, resplendent in a Creighton sweat shirt, paid for Creighton basketball team being ranked 25th.  Ben Tuttle wore an ASU sweat shirt to celebrate ASU winning 2 basketball games and the big football game over Nogales Junction (aka U of A).    Geo. Steiner paid $10 for Greg Raskin providing a prize for Big Brothers,  and his wife, Linda won a nice tennis bracelet.  New City  Council Mayor  Proteome Billie Orr and Councilman Phil Goode were celebrated for their positions on the Council.  Sarah Tomsky donated, thanking her club supporters for sponsoring her in the Tour De Tucson.  She completed a 106 mile bike ride in 7 hour 40 minute and discovered she had a dragging brake for 10 miles.    Art Harrington won the raffle.
Presentation to Elaine Mansoor: Community Service Co-Chairs John Stewart ad Todd Clancy presented a $500 check from the club payable to the Salvation Army to our member Elaine  Mansoor
Speaker for Nov. 29th:  Leslie Horton, Director of the Yavapai County Community Health Services was our speaker,  To increase efficiency they partner with 50 other agencies  An amazing statistic is they only receive 7% from County funding.  Their budget is $6 million.  Funds come from state, federal and private  sources.  Three major problems in Prescott are:  Substance abuse, High Suicide and Mental Health.   It is amazing how many services they provide, including health education, Food & Facility inspections, Public Health Nuisances, WIC Women
Christmas Party Elves:   Santa's Elves, aka, Daniele Tuttle, Linda Ripley, Val Ripley, George Steiner, Linda Steiner hard at work in wrapping the many Christmas presents handed out at the Christmas party..  Thanks Elves for shopping and wrapping the many gifts.  62 members and guests enjoyed the festivities dinner and prizes.  Thanks to Greg Barstad for handling the price raffles. 
Future of Sunup Meeting 12/12 5:30 pm
The next Future of Sunup committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, 12/12, 5:30 pm at the Library. Open to anyone who would like to contribute. We will discuss meeting formats and club organization.
President's Corner
A.J. Sheridan
member photo
Good Morning Folks,
 Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all my fellow Rotarians!

Great Christmas and Holiday spirit and fun are breaking out all over! And Sunup continues to make a difference while creating the fun.
Some highlights:
We saved chairs at the Christmas parade for the tour group from Phoenix (Thanks Greg for the donuts!) and we made a connection with the tour operators (One is a Rotarian) that may bring us a great tour donation for Double Down night as well as advertising in  the valley and a bus tour to come up and participate?
Greg Barstad and I promoted our scholarships at a Scholarship Fair at Yavapai College and met a lot of great families and got the word out.
Then by all reports, our Christmas and Holiday party was a great success. Santa and Mrs. Claus were a great hit musically and personally. Many thanks go to the committee for all their hard work.
We followed up last Saturday with a successful bell ringing on behalf of the Salvation Army!  We were even joined by Chuck Abbott from the P.V. club in his Santa attire, a big hit with the kids. Seemed like we had a lot of donations! Great work volunteers!
One more service project to do next Saturday on behalf of P.A.S.S. so we can look forward to more fun and making a difference. Don’t forget to get signed up with Todd.
See you Wednesday and keep on sharing that great Rotary smile,
Peace friends
 Great crew of bell ringers, Ben Tuttle was one also.
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Meeting Assignments
Parker, Rusty
Greeter 1
Mansoor, Elaine
Greeter 2
McEwen, Neal
Noble, Larry
4-Way Test
Oemcke, Barbara
Harrington, Art
Carlson, Ray
Introducing Honored Guests
Matsumoto, Yoichi
Ripley, Valard
Take Down Crew 1
Parker, Rusty
Take Down Crew 2
Noble, Larry

Don Schiller

Matt Greenlee

Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Club Service Chair
Communications Committee Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Community Service Co-chair
International Service Co-Chair
International Service Co-Chair
Membership Committee Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Youth Services Chair
Past President
Sunup Rotary Foundation Chair
Russell Hampton
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