Dennis Light
Jon Berry
Harry Oberg

This Week's Speaker 

Sheri Heiney

Chamber Update





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, Third Thursday of the month, 4:00pm Prescott Library, Elsie Rm

Birthdays: Holly Huffman 2/18

Anniversaries: None this week

Meeting Highlights February 12th
Thought of the day:  T. Smith: A bad attitude is like a flat tire, you can’t go anywhere until you fix it.    
Last Week’s Meeting Highlights: Guests: Lori Dekker from Frontier Rotary regarding Over the Line Tournament. Brian Zeltins, future member. Todd  has a ten chair table reserved for the Teacher of The Year at the Prescott Resort at $45 per chair. Jim Huffman has arranged the Rotary insurance for the Vets annual car show. We will have a booth also. Art announced Paul Harris awards to the next level will be 1/2 price. The club will pay the other 1/2.
Sgts At Arms: Dan fined A.J. for joking about small people, T. for the bulletin, Bud for his birthday, everyone with no pins and Todd for no shave. Many Happy Bucks, Josh won the pot.
Speaker 2/12: Wayne Maddaugh, Secret Service Agent. Wayne graduated from Wayne University in Detroit and joined the Secret Service in 1969, spending 10 1/2 years in Investigative Services and 10 1/2 years in Protective Services, providing protection for Presidents, Vice Presidents and Administration officials. He was in charge of protection for President Ronald Reagan during Reagans’ 8 years in office and has traveled to most towns in America and twenty six foreign countries. Once while providing security for Ronald Reagan at a ceremonial event, Wayne was hit in the head by a camera mans’ camera. The man was working for Pierre Salingers’ news team. When he finished swearing at Salinger, Wayne realized President Raegan was waiting until the tirade was over to turn the microphone on. While in investigative services, Wayne occasionally worked undercover posing as a buyer of counterfeit currency from the Albanian mafia and the Detroit mafia. Today the Secret Service only investigates transactions of $100,000 or more. They are investigating suspicious Bitcoin transactions. He retired from the Secret Service in 1990 under “The White House Plan” which enabled him to immediately join the FDIC investigative service. He retired again in 2004 and joined the Federal Aviation Agency as Agent in Charge of Investigations. He oversaw Air Marshals flying undercover, posing as First Class passengers to provide protection for the pilots and crew. Wayne Retired from The federal Aviation Agency in 2009 but occasionally provided  private security for the Academy Awards and the Golden Globes. Wayne said young people wanting to join agencies such as the FBI and ATF would start as a GS13 making up to $165,000 per year.    
President's Message
Jerry Fohrman
member photo
Good Morning Sunupians,
I hope you all had a great Valentine's Day. With President's day upon us our thoughts go to the history of this great nation, and the history of Rotary and the great things that both have done. I look forward to seeing you all at Wednesday's meeting.

  Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined. Henry David Thoreau  

February 12, 2020
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Chamber Update
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Round Table Results
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Meeting Assignments
Berry, Jon
Greeter 1
Steiner, Stan
Greeter 2
Noble, Larry
Shimizu, Jane Anne
Shaw, Tony
Thought for Today
Sheridan, A.J.
Sgt.-at-Arms 1
Shimizu, Jane Anne
Sgt.-at-Arms 2
Wood, Par
Take Down 1
Bernardi, Marjorie
Take Down 2
Hulm, Jerry
Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Club Service Chair
Community Service Chair
International Service 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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