Greeter 1
Greg Barstad
Greeter  2
A.J. Sheridan
Doug Askerman

This Week's Speaker 

Chief Deborah Black

Prescott Police Department




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 Thursday October 17th 4:00PM Prescott Library Elsie Room

Birthdays: Mike King 10/20, Glenn Hammond 10/25

Anniversaries: Bruce and Tracy Moeller 10/23
Meeting Highlights October 9th
Todays thought: Jim Clemens: “ If I have 5 odds and ends on the table and take 4 away, do I have an odd or an end left?
Announced Guests: Jack Silverman, Yavapai college Athlete, Brenda Gomez Yavapai College Athlete, Joyce Lira, Human Resources director for Prescott.
Announced:! Club received a thank you card from Victoria and family for clean up.
Bud Announced Fireside chats on the 10th.
Sgts at Arms Clent and Josh fined everyone not note takers, fines for no pins and no birthdays. Josh and Clent paid  $10 for IOUS. Lots of Happy bucks, one sad buck for Calif. Fires. Teresa won the pot.
Speaker: Brad Clifford. Yavapai College Athletic Director. Brad first played basketball for the college, coached, then became Athletic Director.  Brad stressed the major traits of a successful college athlete and how these traits will enable them to be successful in future careers and life.
College athletes are goal oriented and have been competing their entire life. They know how to set goals and work hard to achieve them. Being goal oriented is a mindset prospective employers  look for. College athletes are mentally tough and resilient and have failed as many times as they have succeeded and continue to be mentally tough every day, even when they don’t feel 100 percent. For an employer, this translates into an employee who can be counted on under any set of circumstances.
Athletes are hard workers and good time managers and sacrifice things other students enjoy. An athletes schedule includes classes, homework, training, team meetings, travel and games. These students cram 25 hours into a 24 hour day, maintain a good GPA and are excellent candidates for employment. They are self- confident and develop these traits early on. A confident, mature student athlete will make an excellent employee.
College athletes have the ability to work with others toward a common goal as a team, are coachable, respectful and have an attitude that team goals are more important than individual goals. Most college coaches stress this point in the very first practice. Athletes know when to follow and when to lead. By the time they graduate from college most have been a member of a team for 16 to 18 years. Being a good teammate has become a habit. Our society looks upon athletes as leaders Most athletes are confident, resilient, strong communicators and will put the teams goals ahead of their own and have the potential to be leaders in private industry.
President's Message
Jerry Fohrman
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Good Morning Sunupians,


I attended the Fireside chat this evening, thanks to all who worked on setting up and running that program. We have some wonderful projects on the horizon. Please don't forget world polio day is coming up. I look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. Albert Einstein  


October 16, 2019
Meeting Assignments
Steiner, Stan
Greeter 1
Goode, Phil
Greeter 2
Hammond, Glen
Harrington, Art
Harrington, Art
Thought for Today
Clancy, Todd
Sgt.-at-Arms 1
Ripley, Valard
Sgt.-at-Arms 2
Raskin, Gregory
Take Down 1
Kendall, Ida
Take Down 2
Light, Dennis
Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Club Service Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
International Service Co-Chair
International Service Co-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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