This Week's Speakers

Cathy Heath & Abby Harbicht

     Large Animal Shelters Emergency Rediness 





Program Committee Meets First Monday of the Month, 7:00 am Waffles & More

Membership Committee Meets Second Monday of the Month, 7:00am Waffles & More
Board of Directors Meeting, Third Thursday of the month, 4:00pm On-line
Last Meeting Highlights
Prayer by Art Harrington, Pledge of Allegiance byJon Barry, and 4 Way Test by Sharon Harrington.
Thought for the Day by Sharon Harrington:  Marie Currie: "You cannot hope to build a better world without improving the individuals. To that end each of us must work for his own...
Announcements:  Food Drive was Successful. The Rotary Magazine had an article about ‘We are all in this together’.
Greg Raskin was the Sgt.  He fined everyone he could see on his phone.  Dwayne was fined for the market reaction.  Clent was fined for keeping the club together.  Jane Anne and Dennis fined $5 each.  AJ was fined because the real estate market is screaming.  Steve Finicune paid for being late and Greg paid for his clock being  5 minutes slow.
Happy Bucks:  Art Harrington gave happy bucks for the 3 day virtual retreat being successful. Glen Hammond was happy that his daughter will be a teenager on Sat.
Speaker was Geoff Fox, ERAU’S first head baseball coach. "I want to humbly thank Jaime (Long), the committee, and Embry-Riddle for this amazing opportunity. From the moment I arrived in Prescott and stepped foot onto campus I felt at home," Fox commented. "After meeting members of the faculty, administration, and athletic staff, I was blown away with the family atmosphere that has been created and developed on this campus. There is an authentic sense of community here where each arena of this institution is supportive of one another. This creates a truly special environment, not only for faculty and staff, but for the students and student-athletes who walk inside these walls."
“At Embry-Riddle, we will instill in our young men a “forward moving” philosophy, one built on four pillars of success,”  1)  making your bed every day, 2) being uncomfortably warm, 3) doing good things for people and not expecting anything in return, and 4) effort. Fox said.
“Through the commitment of our staff, who will carry out a “teaching first” attitude, our players will be given all the resources possible to allow them the ability to reach their full potential not just as players on a baseball field, but as students in the classroom, active young men in our community, and leaders in their field once they graduate.
President's Message
Clent Walker
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Good morning fellow Sunupians,
One thing for sure, other than death and taxes, our everyday routine has changed. Our communities has been turned upside down with the constant reminder of this global pandemic at every turn. The fact remains, that we’re all in this together, whether we want to be or not.
In these trying times, what we seek and need most is unity, compassion, understanding and love. Remember everyone may not be as strong as you are. Everything you say or do will touch someone in some way or another, be kind. Until Wednesday morning be encouraged.
Jul 22, 2020
ERAU Baseball team update
Jul 29, 2020
LASER: Large Animal Shelters & Emergency Readiness
Aug 05, 2020
B-52 History & Experience
Aug 12, 2020
School Re-opening
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Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Membership Chair
The Rotary Foundation Chair
Immediate Past President & Sunup Foundation Chair
Club Service Chair
Community Service Chair
Communication Co-chair
Communication Co-chair
International Service Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Youth Service Chair
Russell Hampton
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