Greeter 1
Clent Walker
Greeter  2
Jerry Hulm
Jane Anne Shimizu

This Week's Speaker 

Stan Goligoski

ERAU Honor Guard





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 November 21st 4:00PM Prescott Library Elsie Room

Birthdays: John Stewart 11/15, Jim Clemens 11/16

Anniversaries: Jim and Holly Huffman 11/20
A Don't Miss Meeting
This Wednesdays meeting is "A Don't Miss Meeting". Bring your friends and guests. To recognize Veterans this week we will have a special meeting to include not only a great speaker, retired Army veteran Stan Goligoski, but also an Honor Guard and Sabre Drill Team from the Air Force ROTC at Embry Riddle. They are top notch and winners of recent drill team competitions in California. "A Don't Miss Meeting"
Meeting Highlights November 6th
Meeting Highlights: Barbara Oemke was presented with a fully functional Paul Harris Fellow pin after her initial pinning went awry.
Last Week’s Thought: Action may not bring happiness but there is no happiness without action. -Benjamin Disraeli
Sgts. at Arms  Matt Greenlee was sergeant, and soloed the job – Everyone had to throw in a Buck for not kissing up to him. Happy bucks were the main source of income this time! Nobody fessed up to any birthdays or anniversaries. IOU’s were redeemed.
Sunup in action - Volunteers needed!
*Prescott Area Shelter Services (PASS) signup to help with meals, Talk to AJ!
*Home hosts are needed for the Russian dance troupe coming in January – we need to home 15 people while they’re here, please sign up if you have rooms! Talk to AJ!
* T-shirts in bright yellow featuring Rotarians at Work on the back, and the Sunup logo on the front are available for $15. Talk to Terri Smith about ordering yours!
Last Week’s Speaker: Sharee Sheets, Shelterbox Volunteer and Partnerships Manager
The aid Shelterbox supplies comes in the form of ShelterBoxes and ShelterKits. Their sturdy green ShelterBoxes contain family-sized tents specially designed to withstand the elements and provide people with temporary shelter until they are able to start the process of rebuilding a home. ShelterKits contain all of the essential tools people need to start repairing and rebuilding homes straight away. That’s not all. Knowing that a home is much more than bricks and mortar or tarps and tent pegs, the kits and boxes contain the items that help transform shelter into a home, like cooking sets, solar lights and activity sets for children. They test and evaluate the aid they provide by talking to, and learning from, the families who use it. This fuels them to be innovative and to continue evolving.
            “This is why I’m a Rotarian. The work I do puts smiles on people’s faces… often after the worst day of their lives.”
            -Sharee Sheets
A shelter creates a space where families can have privacy from the rest of the world, where they can feel safety and security in being together.
Current response efforts are in areas of conflict and natural disaster, such as Syria, the Phillipines, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Ethipoia, and Somaliland. Volunteers undergo a rigorous year-long training to be emotionally, mentally and physically prepared for handling the trauma and logistics of disaster and war zones. Since 2000, ShelterBox has helped 1.5 million people by providing emergency shelter following more than 300 disasters in 95 countries.ShelterBox responds urgently to earthquake, volcano, flood, hurricane, cyclone, tsunami, or conflict by delivering emergency shelter and other aid, including blankets, water filter and carriers, solar lights, and other essential tools for survival.ShelterBox is an official Project Partner of Rotary International. ShelterBox USA is based in Sarasota, Florida and Santa Barbara, California.
You can learn more about Shelterbox at 
President's Message
Jerry Fohrman
member photo

Good Morning Sunupians,



November 13, 2019
Nov 13, 2019
Veterans Day Program
Nov 20, 2019
Nov 27, 2019
Enjoy your Turkey day! Go Easy on the Pie!
Dec 04, 2019
Holiday Party
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Meeting Assignments
Sheridan, A.J.
Greeter 1
Clemens, Jim
Greeter 2
Clawson, Sarah
Harrington, Art
Shaw, Tony
Thought for the Day
Bergman, Gus
Sgt.-at-Arms 1
Walker, Clent
Sgt.-at-Arms 2
Shimizu, Jane Anne
Take Down Crew 1
Harrington, Art
Take Down Crew 2
Hernandez, Richard
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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Help Spread Sunshine: When you know of a member's loss or hospitalization, please alert                   Par Wood at (928) 777-0500, ext. 207 of the Sunup Sunshine Committee,                                  or email her at