Welcome to our Club!
Superstition Mountain

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:10 PM
Gold Canyon Golf Resort
6100 S. Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, AZ
United States of America
"Spring Cleaning For A Cause"
It’s Spring cleaning time! Cleaning out your closets can help Superstition Mountain Rotary Club raise needed funds. Club member, Jeffrey Mitchell, has worked to coordinate a fundraiser/partnership with Savers Stores. The Club will be paid 20 cents per pound for donated items through a 'FUNDrive', sponsored by Savers Thriftstore Company. This is a very eco-friendly program and will help the Club replace some of the funds we have lost/been unable to raise, due to the Covid-related cancellation of other fundraisers the Club normally participates in. If you have clothing, or household items to donate, Jeffrey Mitchell/or another Club member will be happy to come and pick the items up. There is also a Community Collection Day on April 2nd from 1pm - 6pm at City Hall (400 E Superstition Blvd). Community residents can personally drop off any donations at that time
The attached image covers items that can be donated.  To arrange for pickup or if you have any questions, you can call Jeff at (630) 297-9204 or email him at jmitchellrecr@gmail.com.
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Upcoming service project
As part of this year's Rotary Week of Service, the local community service project being undertaken by Superstition Mountain Rotary will be painting hand railings at Apache Junction High School, which are in need of repair. It is not required that project participants be Rotary members - everyone in the community is invited and welcome to participate. Contact a Rotarian for more details about how you can become involved.
Generous Rotarian still at work!
As of March 10, Jeff Mitchell has presented over $1000 to the club for his volunteered automotive detailing services. The amount that would normally be paid to Jeff for detailing your car will instead be paid to the club. Jeff has extended his offer through the month of March, and is also now doing external waxing. You can contact him at (630) 297-9204‬ to get on his schedule. 

Highlights of February 24 Meeting

May be an image of 6 people and textThe focus of the meeting was an introduction and review of a variety of Club resources that are available to Club members. Among these are the Club website https://superrotary.com/ and the Club FaceBook page - https://www.facebook.com/SuperRotarySome of the features discussed included how Club members can update their personal information on the Club website and review who the upcoming speakers are slated to be.
Highlights of February 17 Meeting
We were excited to induct 2 new members into the Club! As part of the meeting, each new member shared some background and/or interesting tidbits about their lives and/or experiences, which was a great opportunity for the other Club members to become better acquainted with them. Welcome to the Club, Natalie and Steve!
Natalie Ackerly (along with Torrie, her 4-legged buddy) has been involved as a 'Pet Therapy Team' member at Gateway Airport for the past 3 years. 'Gateway AVIATORS C.A.R.E.' Team (Canines Around Relaxing Everyone) - handlers and their dogs roam the passenger terminal during periods of peak flight activity to help de-stress and relax passengers. In addition, handlers are trained and assist passengers with airport questions and directions. C.A.R.E. Team members and their dogs volunteer for a minimum of two hours weekly.
Steve Gorman has previously been a Rotary member in another Club for about 10 years. Born in North Dakota, after graduating from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, he joined his family's 4th generation cabinet making business. Moving to Minnesota, he and his wife raised 4 children, and he got involved in the flour milling business, becoming VP of Sales at Cargill's flour milling division (largest privately held corporation in the United States). During his extensive business travels, he and his wife found and loved Arizona -- and ended up living in the Gold Canyon area.
Highlights of February 10 Meeting
Carole Kralicek has accepted the role of Superstition Mountain Rotary Club president for the 2022-23 Rotary year, and was approved by a vote of all members present. She will join the board as president-elect on July 1, 2021. Thanks for your willingness to serve, Carole!
Our speaker was Dr. Krista Anderson, Superintendent of Apache Junction Unified School District. Dr Anderson shared the District's 'Strategic Plan & Focus Group Discussion' the challenges the District is facing, and things the District is doing well. She asked for feedback from Club members regarding skills, strengths, and traits they feel are important for graduating students to possess.
Highlights of February 3 Meeting
Our speaker was Angie Jankie, Independent Wine Consultant for 'Wineshop at Home', a licensed, bonded direct-to-consumer winery located in Napa Valley, California. Angie conducts in-home and virtual private guided wine tastings. Angie mentioned a variety of things she tells participants, including the "4 Ss" (sight, swirl, smell and sip) and the temperature at which wine should be served. To learn more about The Wine Shop and their products, you can visit http://wineshopathome.com/angie.janke. You can also contact Angie via email (popzcorkwithangie@gmail.com) or by phone (402) 980-8885.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Werner Salinger
    April 5
  • Donald Austin
    April 17
  • Bryant Powell
    April 21
  • Dorothy Homann
    April 21
  • Jeffrey Mitchell
    Sabrina Mitchell
    April 24
Join Date:
  • Jacquie Smith
    April 30, 2014
    7 years

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