Greeter         Jose Lujan  
       Registration       AJ Sheridan
        Greeter          Jose Lujan

This Weeks Speaker

Dee Dejonckaree 

World War II Veteran

Birthdays:  John Stewart 11/15
Board of Directors Meeting Thursday 11/15 - 4PM Prescott Library
Meeting Highlights Nov 7, 2018
Last Meeting Highlights: Dan Storvick was a visiting Rotarian from Frontier (Prez is still working on a trade for Billie Orr). Richard Hernandez thanked all those contributing donations to the Yavapai College food pantry and helping on the food drive. Greg Ellingham announced that all Findlay Auto Group locations will serve as drop off points for charitable holiday donations benefiting Toys for Tots and the Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Paulden Food Banks. See Prez if you are interested in the Caborca Polio trip next February.
Great Extractions: Rod Cordes was Sarge and Josh Walker toted the pot. After collecting IOU’s, Sarge fined everyone who didn’t have an anniversary listed in the bulletin and another buck if they hadn’t contributed to the Halloween food drive. It was impressive to hear all the happy bucks paid for veteran family members. Even Josh Walker got in the mood proudly pointed to his dad and said “this man was a Navy man”. Terri and Terry Smith were happy to spending the winter in Prescott. Dan Storvick won the pot.
Our Speaker for Last Meeting: Asa Bjorklund is Communications Specialist for the Central Arizona Land Trust which was established in 1989 to promote and manage conservation easements on land that has significant natural, cultural, open space, or recreational values. Nearly 5,000 acres in Yavapai County is currently under agreement including the Seven Spears Ranch in Skull Valley and the Payne easement in the Granite Dells. The Coldwater Farm, located on the Agua Fria River in the Dewey-Humboldt area, is the newest proposal. This area provides important riparian habitat for two threatened and endangered birds as well as other raptors, amphibians, fish, and mammals. Benefits of conservation easements include preservation of community conservation values, property remaining in private ownership and on the tax rolls, and continuation of existing land uses.
"Whatever Rotary may mean to us,
to the world it will be known
by the results it achieves"
                                       - Paul Harris
President's Corner
Neal McEwen
member photo
Good morning Sun-Up … The November 28 meeting is shaping up to be a very well attended event with the African contingent visiting.  There is interest among some Phoenix area Rotarians to attend as well, and the need for volunteers who might offer lodging for the evenings of November 27 and 28 to accommodate the participation of four visitors.  Let me know on Wednesday if you are able to assist with lodging.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”
– Aesop
November 14, 2018
Nov 14, 2018
World War II Veteran
Nov 21, 2018
Nov 28, 2018
Delivering Crutches To Africa
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Meeting Assignments
Parker, Rusty
Greeter 1
Oemcke, Barbara
Greeter 2
Phillips, Matthew
Oberg, Harry
Harrington, Art
4-Way Test
Moeller, Bruce
Shimizu, Jane Anne
Raskin, Gregory
Wood, Par
Take Down Crew 1
Bergman, Gus
Take Down Crew 2
Davis, Dan
Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Club Service Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
International Service Chair
The Rotary Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Youth Service Chair
Immediate Past President & Sunup Foundation Chair
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
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