This Week's Speaker

Tamara Player, CEO

West Yavapai

Guidance Clinic




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
The meeting was called to order at 7:00.  There were 27 members in attendance.
Art Harrington did the invocation praying for the Navajo Nation.  Eric Chester did the Pledge of Allegiance, Katheryn Tuberty did the 4 way test.
Thought for the day:  Helen Keller “A bend in the road is not the end of the road…Unless you fail to make the turn.” 
Dwayne said we had 5 openings for ads on the placemats.
Eli Weisenberg was a guest as well as Art Olsen.
Richard said the survey for going back to meeting in person was at 85% Yes. 
Todd Clancy announced that on Monday 3 cars, 10 people went to the Navajo Nation with $20,000 worth of stuff and money.  On the way 2 trucks got flat tires.  They unloaded about 3:00 pm.  Everyone was wearing masks.  The stuff was unloaded at a warehouse that housed the Airforce, Army National Guard and FEMA.
Amy Robel volunteered to set up a screen when we go back to meeting in person.  We are looking at El Gato as they are ready for meetings.  The board will make a decision tomorrow.
The speaker on the 24th of June only wants to do the presentation in person.  Amy Robel suggested a speaker in veterinary care.
Everyone was fined $3.00 and many gave an extra $5 for going on vacation.
Our speaker was Sarah Tuberty, Katheryn’s daughter.  She has been in Rotary since she was 8 years old.  She is now in the E Club in Silicone Valley.  Sarah spoke on Aerial Arts and Disabilities.  She is a flight attendant, graduated from Boston University in occupational therapy. 
She is the co-creator of a podcast on Disability of the congenital hand because Sarah has a congenital hand disability.  It was caused by a blood clot at 8 weeks gestation.  She talked about the difficulties of having this disability especially at the age of 8 when kids start their social peer groups. She was made to feel subhuman which shows in a pencil drawing of her sad tree journey. Sarah gained her confidence when she became a flight attendant but especially when she got involved in Aerial Artists which gave her a super human perception instead of having a disability. 
President's Message
Jerry Fohrman
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Good Morning Sunupians,
Things are starting to get interesting, there will be a major announcement at this Wednesday's virtual meeting. Be there to find out what that is about. Also DG David Simmer will be joining us with a few well chosen words of his own. I look forward to seeing you all at the meeting.
In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing. Theodore Roosevelt
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