Missing Greeter
Greg Barstad
AJ Sheridan
Katheryn Tuberty

This Week's Speaker 

Joe Weigand

as Teddy Roosevelt


Program Committee Meets First Monday of the Month, Waffles & More 7am

Membership Committee Meets Second Monday of the Month, Waffles & More 7am

Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, Jan. 16th, 3:30pm Prescott Library, Elsie Rm

Birthdays:  None this week

Anniversaries: None this week
Meeting Highlights December 8th

Meeting Highlights
-There are new badge locations! Make sure you put yours back in the proper spot. Badge locations are listed above the box.
-Put your picture into clubrunner, or face a fine as of February 1st.
-Membership committee has put together membership information packets, which are available at the registration desk. Please take them and give them to prospective members!
Sgt. at arms: Par & Dan subbed for Greenlee/Hernandez. Perhaps a fine is in order for the missing Sergeants? Dan advised us to write the full year (2020) to avoid fraud when writing checks and dating documents. Not sure how this was relevant to Sgt.. Birthday folks spun the Wheel and paid their dues. The Wheel was spun one more time to fine the entire club. Happy bucks abounded!
Speakers from 1/8:  Art Harrington, Foundation Jerry Hulm, Mex. / USA Conf. Art spoke of the Rotary foundation and the different levels of grants we work with, from club level to district to global. Our goal is to become a 100% Paul Harris Fellow club; and the club offers a matching incentive to get you there! You’ll be getting letters in the next week or two about it.  Rotary Foundation and Rotary International are the oldest, largest and most influential service organization of business professionals in the world. We have feet on the ground in more than 200 countries worldwide. As a charity Rotary has a 4-star rating for accountability and sound fiscal management. Jerry spoke about the four different international grants our club is specifically involved with. Three of these were decided on at the USA-Mexico friendship conference in 2019. We are contributing $1000 to each of these grants.
  1. Jazz my Chair – a mobile wheelchair repair service that involves people with disabilities repairing wheelchairs in Mexico! Our club contributed $1000 toward this endeavor.
  2.  Let’s Educate in Peace – Teaching peace to school children in Mexico’s marginalized communities and striving to keep children ages 10-14 from becoming involved with violence. Our $1000 grant will help with printed materials and supplies for this initiative.
  3. Water Project in San Sebastian: replacing antiquated water supply system with a new system will guarantee a water supply for 20 more years! This is a remote area with an indigenous population.
  4. Navajo water Project: We are helping Dig Deep drill community wells and provide cisterns for people in the Navajo nation who have no Access to clean water.
New Member Spotlight
Linda Mast
Dr. Linda Mast is professor at Walden University’s College of Health Sciences and a licensed health and life insurance agent and Benefits Consultant with Aflac.  She holds a BSN from University of Maryland, and MBA from Western New England University and a PhD from University of Missouri- Columbia. Linda is an Army Nurse Corps veteran with over 20 years of management and executive administrative experience including the military, medical group practice, academic medical centers, ambulatory surgery, community hospitals, and long-term care facilities. She served in various executive administration positions with medical center such as Washington University Medical School/ BJC in St. Louis, University of Connecticut/John Dempsey Hospital and University of Missouri University Physicians, and the Chief Compliance Officer for the University of Chicago Health System where she was appointed to the advisory board to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General in Washington, D.C. She is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Her passion for teaching prompted a career change to full time academic in 2001. She has served as the Associate Dean for the School of Business at Robert Morris University-Chicago and as Associate Dean for the Robert Morris Graduate School. Linda later received a faculty appointment as Associate Professor at Rosalind Franklin University/Chicago Medical School and more recently transitioned to Walden University where she has been teaching the past five years in their Master of Health Administration Program. Linda and her husband, Bard relocated to Prescott Valley, Arizona in 2018 from Woodridge, IL.  Linda is dedicated to community service a is delighted to be a Rotarian!
President's Message
Jerry Fohrman
member photo
Good Morning Sunupians,
I hope everyone had a happy and healthy Holidays. The first meeting of the new year was exciting, we heard about the wonderful projects we are participating in, and the upcoming let's make a deal program. The upcoming meeting we will be joined by Theodore Roosevelt, you don't want to miss this. I hope to see you all at the AM meeting.
“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care”
― Theodore Roosevelt  


January 15, 2020
Jan 15, 2020
Teddy Roosevelt Bring a New Member
Jan 22, 2020
City of Prescott Construction Projects
Jan 29, 2020
Ronald Reagan Library/Observations on Secret Service staff
Feb 05, 2020
Prescott Steering Committee/Downtown planning
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Meeting Assignments
Brecto, Brian
Greeter 1
Raskin, Gregory
Greeter 2
Tuberty, Katheryn
Shaw, Tony
Harrington, Art
Thought for the Day
Walker, Clent
Sgt.-at-Arms 1
Shimizu, Jane Anne
Sgt.-at-Arms 2
Beyer, Dan
Take Down 1
Clemens, Jim
Take Down 2
Finucane, Steve
Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Club Service Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
International Service Co-Chair
International Service Co-Chair
The Rotary Foundation Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Membership Chair
Immediate Past President & Sunup Foundation Chair
Youth Service Chair
Communication Co-chair
Communication Co-chair
Russell Hampton
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