Registration  Jose Lujan    
       Greeter        Greg Raskin
        Greeter          Richard Hernandez

This Weeks Speaker

Tyler Goodman

Change For The Good

Birthdays: Bruce Moeller Oct. 5, Don Schiller & Earle Rock Oct 6
Anniversaries: No Anniversaries this week
Meeting Highlights Sept. 26, 2018
Meeting Highlights: Greg Ellingham brought Liberty Casarez, the new Community Relations gal at Findlay.  Heidi Greenlee came for Matt and wore his name tag, it was good to see her. Ray Carlson announced Wayne Wolfe has to resign  and AJ announced we would meet at the Prescott Area Shelter Services to paint picnic tables for the PASS Program.
Richard Fernandez from Yavapai Collegereminded everyone about the food drive at Rotary the morning of Halloween for the Yavapai Rotoract Club’s Trick or Treat So Others Can Eat.
Great Extractions: Greg Raskin slaughtered us as the SGT. Poor Sarah paid out over $28. Everyone with a pin on had to pay a buck.  It was torturous.  ☹
Our Speaker for Last Meeting was Conrad Jackson, a 14-year veteran of Prescott Fire Department, with 20 years fighting wildland fires, and 30 years in the Prescott community. Jackson has spent the past decade scanning old department slides and photographs into digital form, and a couple of years ago, wrote a book about Arizona’s oldest fire department.
Founded in 1885, the Prescott Fire Department began with four 25-man volunteer companies, the Dudes, the Toughs, the Mechanics Hook & Ladders, and the O.K.s. These 100 men reflected both the common man and the leaders of the region. Over the years, their numbers would include governors-to-be F.A. Tritle and Thomas Campbell, business leaders H.D. Aitken and A.A. “Tony” Johns, and numerous members of the Goldwater family. The department and its community survived the great fire of July 14, 1900, as well as the loss of 19 of its own Granite Mountain Hotshots on June 30, 2013. The Prescott Fire Department would go from a volunteer department to a fully paid department of 80 firefighters, operating out of five stations and covering an area of 40 square miles.
Prospective New Members
Bruce Moeller recently moved to Deway from Santa Rosa, CA. He was a member of the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa West since 2013 and president elect of his club prior to his departure.  He is married to Tracey and has a son Daniel. He is a CPA and is presently working in Prescott. Bruce has some sort of fascination with baseball & sports memorabilia. Say hello to Bruce!
Greg Ellingham is a transplant from England and is the Marketing Manager for the Findlay Auto Group in Prescott. He is already talking about a sponsorship for our Double Down Casino Night. He has an interesting background in the British Air Force and for some reason likes to jump from airplanes several feet in the air. Say hello to Greg!
President's Corner
Neal McEwen
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Good morning Sun-Up.   With the interesting times we are experiencing, this week’s message is more a reflection than a missive of more substance.  There is comfort in knowing that through Rotary, we can bridge any of a host of differences, all find strength in common purpose, combine our resources and achieve great things.  Thanks to each of you for all that you do for Rotary.
“Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.”
A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
October 3, 2018
Oct 03, 2018
Change for the Good
Oct 10, 2018
Hemp Oil
Oct 17, 2018
Caborca & Global Grants
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Meeting Assignments
Greeter 1
Oberg, Harry
Greeter 2
Oemcke, Barbara
Harrington, Art
4-Way Test
Phillips, Matthew
Shimizu, Jane Anne
Parker, Rusty
Walker, Clent
Take Down Crew 1
Take Down Crew 2
Executives & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Club Service Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
Community Service Co-Chair
International Service Chair
The Rotary Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Youth Service Chair
Immediate Past President & Sunup Foundation Chair
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
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