• Bob Benjamin delivered a check for $2000 and a plaque from the Lost Dutchman Marathon committee recognizing Rotary participation. A few years ago, the LDM was considering dropping the 8K race from the annual event, but our club stepped up and took responsibility for handling the event. Approximately 30 members volunteered this year. The plaque was given to Tracey Yamamoto to display in her dental office where members of the public will be able to see it.
  • President Bryant reminded attendees that the Bi-District Rotary Conference is coming up May 15 & 16 at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak in Phoenix. All club members are encouraged to participate.
  • Larry Johnson is looking for two more players for the golf foursome for Sunday, 4/26. The tournament is a benefit for the Friends of Apache Junction, which supports organizations within the city such as the animal shelter, police department, and local nonprofits.
  • Jeff Cutler was officially stripped of his designation as “new member” after completing the new member checklist.
  • Sharon Stinard accepted signature sheets for the Save Our Schools petition, endorsing the effort to put the AJUSD override on the November, 2016 ballot.
  • Sharon Stinard and Bryant Powell will be at the Apache Junction High School scholarship awards ceremony tonight, Wednesday, 4/22, to present ten graduating seniors with Rotary scholarships.
  • Bill Burrows presented the news.
  • Dan Govinsky won the drawing and $10 but missed the joker.  The new pot was worth $30.