This Week's Speaker

John Scholl

School Reopening 





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, Glen Hammond led the Pledge and Richard Hernandez the 4 way test.
Katheryn Tuberty offered the thought for the day. What we are we repeatedly do. Excellence is an act, not a habit. - Aristotle.
Norm Samuelson and Noel DeSousa were recognized guests and Linda Mast introduced her guest, Brenda Hershkowitz, who is relocating her accounting business from Wickenburg.
Todd announced that a Little League season is not looking good at this time. Also, that his family from Taiwan sent a mask donation that was distributed to Stepping Stones, PASS, and the Community Cupboard.
Clent asked for approval of the 20-21 budget and it was approved with one correction.
Clent also asked for our thoughts and prayers for Tony Shaw who is undergoing treatment for cancer recurrence. He also announced that  Jerry Fohrman was having surgery on Thursday.
Clent took on the  Sergeant role and fined everyone the usual $3, another buck each for no pins and anyone with no guests, and every one because the program committee was doing such a good job. 
Dennis paid a happy $1 for the Firewise folks putting up prevention signs and Amy Robie had a happy buck for all the RYLA help. 10$ each came from John Scholl for his poll watcher experience, Glenn Hammond for his wife’s birthday, Noel for picking up his wife tomorrow, Jerry for seeing Norm and Noel again, and Clent for the end of tax season.
A.J. introduced our speaker, Parker W. Northrup III  Col. USAF (Retired). Parker Is currently  Director of the Flight Line and Flight  Training at ERAU but today he shared his extensive knowledge and experience with the B-52 including over 36,000 flight hours between 1980 and 2019. 
The B52 is 55 years old in terms of its combat functions. It was manufactured by Boeing with a length of over 159 feet and a wingspan of 185 feet and is the world’s largest nuclear carrier. Parker discussed the cockpit and the navigator/weapons control and communications stations with an amazing amount of electronic capabilities including sending out electrons to prevent detection. He described the longest combat mission from Guam to the Persian Gulf that used 1.1 million pounds of fuel.
The military is large in Parker’s family with both son and daughter in the service of our country.
President's Message
Clent Walker
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Greetings fellow Sunupians,
I hope your week is off to a great start. As you hold true to our motto “Service Above Self”, don’t forget to take care of yourself. It has been said that “Laughter Is the Best Medicine”. So, take a dose or two, and if you have more hair than Greg and I let your hair down, have a glass of wine and enjoy your day, enjoy your week. I hope to see you all on Wednesday, and remember to invite a friend.
August 12,2020
Aug 12, 2020
School Re-opening
Aug 19, 2020
ADOT I17 Alt Lanes
Aug 26, 2020
Prescitt Downtown Partnership
Sep 02, 2020
PASS Prescott Area Shelter Services
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President Elect
President Nominee
Membership Chair
The Rotary Foundation Chair
Immediate Past President & Sunup Foundation Chair
Club Service Chair
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Communication Co-chair
Communication Co-chair
International Service Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Youth Service Chair
Russell Hampton
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