Coming Soon:
Phil Nobel will be taking over the Rotary Club of Green
Valley Web Page and Facebook page as Social Media
Chairperson. Phil, a former radio station owner and State of
Wyoming department director, came to us from the Rotary
Club of Cheyenne, where he was their newsletter editor. He
has been a Rotarian since November, 1986 and joined Rotary
Club of Green Valley in September of 2018.Watch for new
and exciting updates as Phil brings his expertise to our club.

Club Meeting & Lunch 11:30 Tuesdays
Grill on the Green at Canoa Ranch Golf Club
5800 S Camino del Sol
Green Valley, AZ  85622

Price of lunch: $15.00
About Rotary Club of Green Valley
If you would like to know more about Rotary Club
of Green Valley,visit us at a meeting.

Link here to Calendar Page for monthly calendar details

Rotary Club of Green Valley July 2019 Meeting Schedule
 
Thank you to the Green Valley
Rotarians who placed
American flags along La
Canada street in Green Valley
on July 4.
Scholarships help local students get a head start
on their college education. Applications for
scholarships can be found on our
forms page.
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Site updated June 6, 2019
Hamburg and Hammers
Paul Loomans, our new President, described his
experience at the RI Convention in Hamburg, Germany.
He was impressed by the large attendance, the
inspirational general sessions, and the House of
Friendship, where Rotarians talked about their
challenges, like what do Clubs with declining
membership do to make things more vital.
  Start Of New Year For New Officers                                                    Program Chair - Jerry Kriebel
 
Date
Speaker
Topic
Greeter
Invocator
Special
July 2
Scott Bonar
Fish, Climate Change and You
Paul Loomans
Chet Davis
Peanut Butter Tuesday
July 9
Robert Lehnhardt
Annual Foundation Meeting
Charlie Reppenhagen
Michael Pease
 
July 16
Dinah Shumway
Climate Change Science
Bill McGibbon
Julie Reppenhagen
Board Meeting - Members Welcome
July 23
Nancy Heisel
Rosemont Copper Update
Nick Clement
Charlie Reppenhagen
 
July 30
Dr. Maddy Paschal
Hands of a Friend
Jerry Kriebel
Eugene Friesen
 
Installation of New Board

Past District Governor Julie Reppenhagen conducted the
ceremony installing Paul Loomans as Club President for the 2019-
2020 year, and also the ceremony installing the new Board of
Directors (see updates on flip side). Jill cheerfully passed the
gavel, making Paul the Club’s 51st President. His meeting with
the new Board on June 25th identified several areas we can work
on this year, including mixing tables, a secret greeter,
membership promotion, possible expansion to a satellite club, a
different (outdoor?) location for Bacchanal, a music/dance event,
and more field trips.
2018-19 outgoing board. Thank you for your hard work. You are such
an asset to the club and your hard work is appreciated.

Rotarian of the Year
President Jill named Pat Pease Rotarian of the Year for her
work on the READS District Grant, the artwork for the
Bacchanal fundraiser, the maintenance of our website and
Facebook page, and her weekly duties as Sunshine Lady
and assistant to the Treasurer. Pat has written a new District
Grant for a Makerspace for the new, beautiful but scantily
equipped, Wrightson Ridge School.
Outgoing President, Jill Leach, has led us through
a successful year.
Her positive, can-do attitude
added energy and enthusiasm to the meetings.
Under her leadership, the club has helped
students in both Sahuarita Unified School District
and Continental School, Coats for Kids, the local
Food Banks, and Hands of a Friend. We had
three successful fund raisers, obtained a District
Matching Grant, toured a mine, celebrated a
member's 100th birthday, and experienced Haggis
and Robert Burns poetry in Scots dialect. She
challenged our minds with weekly trivia and
entertaining speakers. Thank you, Jill Leach, for
your time and leadership.