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Jerry Fohrman

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Program Committee Meets First Monday of the Month, Waffles & More 7am

Membership Committee Meets Second Monday of the Month, Waffles & More 7am

Birthdays:  None this week
Anniversaries: Greg/Joanna Barstad 7/7
Meeting Highlights June 26
Last Meeting Highlights: Thought for the day by Dennis Light: You will continue to suffer if you have an emotional reaction to everything that is said to you. True power is sitting back and observing things with logic. True power is restraint. If words control you, that means everyone else can control you. Breathe and allow things to pass. Attributed to Warren Buffet.
Announced Guests: Dennis Burquist, he will return in June 2020. Rotarian Jim Clemens Formerly of the PV club, Future member of Sunup Rotary.
Sgt at  Arms: Greg Raskin fined Glenn for being late, Tony Shaw for bringing his own food to the Little League game and the usual fines for no pins. Lots of happy bucks and many sad bucks for Ray Carlson’s last day at Sunup due to health issues. He will continue in Rotary in the Frontier Rotary club because it meets at noon.
Last week’s speakerJim Robb -  Center for the Future. Mr. Robb is currently working with the City of Prescott on developing a cyber warfare range.  The Northern Arizona Technology Alliance and Prescott Regional Tech Center and The Center for the Future in collaboration with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, local businesses, the Arizona Commerce Authority and the AZ tech council.  Mr. Robb stated that Prescott is unique with four colleges and universities, but due to the higher cost of living in this area and the lack of high paying jobs, graduates are leaving for better salaries and lower cost of living elsewhere.  Over four thousand Embry Riddle graduates are now working at Boeing, Amazon Global Security Center in Phoenix and Boeing Mobil Security Center.  He has worked with state, local and regional government to have Eviation Electric airplane mfg. to locate their U.S. headquarters here, which will create eighty to one hundred high paying jobs, along with many other peripheral manufacturing jobs.  The Arizona Commerce Authority will host a global security operations center competition with a four hundred thousand dollars prize.   Will be held here in the future and bring people from all over the world.  Also the GSIS company will hire all Embry Riddle interns at forty dollars an hour and make a seventy five thousand dollar donation to the college. Future goals:  A global cyber security center at Embry Riddle, a warfare range for the high schools and the Center for the Future housing a tech center, NASA, Boeing  and internet from Embry Riddle.  Ten companies have made commitments.  There are 3 hundred thousand open positions in cyber security.  Prescott may be the future for many of them.
Good morning Sun-upians …For this closing missive, I want to express my sincere thanks to all of you who have helped make this an enjoyable and fruitful year for Sun-up Rotary, and especially to the board members who have stepped up to make my task so pleasant.  It’s been fun, and we are well positioned for the year to come with an outstanding new team of players, fresh ideas and renewed energy.  Saying good-bye to Ben, Rod, and Ray this year  has been hard, and their absence has been felt, but it is encouraging to see members step up and tackle the many service responsibilities that these gentlemen so admirably executed.  Again, thank you all, and best of luck Jerry.
“I can no other answer but thanks, and thanks; and ever thanks.” – William Shakespeare
President's Message
Jerry Fohrman
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Good Morning Sun-upians, As I get ready to assume the mantle of leadership, I can't help but reflect on the fine job that Neal did in this role, and I can only hope do so as well.  I am looking forward to working with all of you to make the coming Rotary year a great one!
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