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Sojourner Directory

Club Directory

Directories updated  
7 September 2015
Rotary International
District 5500
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Michael Pease                                   Bill McGibbon
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November 15, 2016
Richard Moll shared with the club his history in construction, starting as a
carpenter with his father, expanding to a construction company that built
banks, schools, and churches in Vancouver, WA, and eventually owning
and managing HUD housing. He's been in the Club for 6 years, and was in
Rotary in Oregon for many years.
  Pamela Blondel, who worked 15 years as EMT and paramedic, told the
Club about Arizona Lifeline, an air ambulance service that's part of the
AirMedCare Network.  She described their service as "the best thing
that happened to you on the worst day of your life," since it gets you to
the hospital during the "golden hour."
Vern Harms, chaplain to the Highway Patrol, put the fear of folly into
many club members with his presentation about distracted driving, which is
the #1 priority of the US Department of Transportation.  At any given time
about 660,000 drivers are using cell phones, combing their hair, eating, or
even just daydreaming.  His advice, keep the eyes moving.
  Crowds at our October 29 Brats Cookout fundraiser were good, the
entertainment was lively, and when not working hard on the serving line
members found time to have fun.  That's Bill McGibbon and Betty Maly
trying to share a chair.  Money raised serves the community: for
example dictionaries for 5th graders at Continental School.
Club Meeting & Lunch 11:30 Tuesdays
Grill on the Green
5800 S Camino Del Sol
Green Valley, AZ  85622    
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Andrea Grantham explained that histotechnology centers on the detection
of tissue abnormalities.  She pointed out that histotechnologists had signi-
ficant roles on TV crime shows such as Quincy, Bones, and NCIS.  By
diagnosing they save lives "one slide at a time."
  Andy Heideman (rt), Club President, presented Past President Dick
Roberts with his Paul Harris +7 pin, showing Dick has donated over $8000
to Rotary's international efforts to bring peace and improved living condi-
tions all over the world.  We are "this close" to wiping out polio.