This Week's Speaker

Parker Northrup

B-52 History & Experience 





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
President Clent presided, Art provided the prayer, Terry Smith led the Pledge and Theresa Smith the 4 way test.
John Stewart offered two thoughts for the day. ”No one is perfect, that’s why pencils have erasers” and “One always passes failure on the way to success”.
Linda Mast inducted new member John Scholl. John was Charter President of the now inactive Chino Valley Rotary Club. Currently, he is Superintendent for Chino Valley Schools. His wife, Marty Reed, works for Prescott Schools and daughter, Alexa, is the youngest member ever on the Prescott City Council. Welcome to Sunup John! 
Jerry Fohrman provided Sergeant duties and fined everyone $3 as usual.  John Scholl paid $2 as a new member. Roy Loo paid for forgetting to email his fines in last week.
Kathryn paid a happy buck for the cool pen she got at Raskins when shopping there and the Jacobs paid for 43 years of happy marriage. Clent was happy that  Josh’s registration for school went smoothly and John Scholl paid a buck for the wonderful greeting as a new member.
A.J. introduced our speaker Abby Harbicht, founding member of Large Animal Shelters and Emergency Readiness (LASER). This volunteer nonprofit organization provides safe shelter for large barn animals during emergency evacuations in Yavapai County and provides information on emergency preparedness for owners of large barn animals. LASER works under the direction of Yavapai County Emergency Management during fire and other emergencies and disasters that require large animal evacuations.
LASER provides shelter for horses, ponies, mules, donkeys, goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, rabbits, llamas, and alpacas that are evacuated due to emergency orders.  Abby noted that smaller animals such as dogs, cats, and household pets are handled by Animal Disaster Services (ADS) at other emergency shelters. There are currently large barn animal shelter sites in Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Chino Valley with plans to expand into Verde Valley and Black Canyon City.
LASER does not charge for their shelter services. They partner with American Red Cross, Prescott Area Wildfire Urban Interface Commission, Firewise USA, and  Yavapai County in providing preparedness information. Additional information including volunteer and monetary support can be found at
President's Message
Clent Walker
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Good morning fellow Sunupians,
I want to thank our many weekly Zoom participants and your continued willingness in this manner.   I understand that some among us are growing tired of zooming, yet when it comes to our safety, I feel it will in fact be beneficial to all concerned.  Until Wednesday morning.
August 5,2020
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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