Welcome to our Club!
Superstition Mountain

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Gold Canyon Golf Resort
6100 S. Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, AZ
United States of America
 
22nd ANNUAL SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN ROTARY 
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
 
Online registration is now open for our Annual Charity Golf Tournament
 
- Saturday, December 17th, 2022
- Gold Canyon Golf Resort & Spa  
- Dinosaur Mountain - 4 Person Scramble
 
Registration: 8:30 to 10:00 am in Cart Staging Area
 
Start time: 10:30 am Shot Gun Start
 
Raffle, Scoring, and Awards: 3:00 to 4:00 pm in the Cart Staging Area
 
Sign up today at http://gcgr-22ndannualsuperstitionmountainrotar.golfgenius.com/ to reserve your spot (Limited to 124 players)
 
Sponsorships are available -- sign up soon to advertise your business!
 
Trolls Teddy Bear Run
 

Superstition Mountain Rotary is participating in this year's 'Teddy Bear' drive which focuses on collecting donations of new teddy-bears/animals for 'Trolls Teddy Bear Run'. 

Donations must be new/never used and can be made between now and end of November at our weekly Wednesday Rotary meetings. 

If you're not a Rotarian, but still want to help provide some new stuffed teddy bears/animals? ----- Not a problem- Jeff Mitchell, the club's Service Projects Chair,  will be happy to collect your new bears/stuffed animals and deliver your donation. You can contact him via the link under 'Club Executives and Directors' on the right side of this page.

'Trolls Teddy Bear Run' organization is a 501(c)3 focused on providing stuffed animals/teddy bears for police / first-responders / family advocacy centers, to have on hand to be able to give a 'fuzzy friend' to children encountered during traumatic situations. Often times, young children involved in these situations can be quite upset and traumatized. Being able to receive a 'fluffy/fuzzy teddy bear /animal friend' from the first responder can help to ease the tension / trauma the young child is experiencing.

2022 will be the 7th year for 'Trolls Teddy Bear Run', which occurs on the 1st Saturday in December each year. Motorcycle riders participate in the event, riding through a course with various stops throughout the East Valley, where raffles, prizes, food and more await them - making it a fun day for all the riders.
 
This year Superstition Mountain Rotary, along with other area service organizations and community residents, will work through the end of November collecting donations of new stuffed teddy bears/animals. Help our first responders ease the tension and trauma of young children they encounter with your donations of new stuffed teddy bears/animals.
 
 
 
Community Support

We are dedicated to serving community needs within Apache Junction/Gold Canyon, and worldwide through Rotary International. Recipients have included Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA), Boys and Girls Club, Genesis Project, Food banks - Gold Canyon Methodist & Superstition Community Food Bank, Project Help, Days for Girls International and other organizations - as needs arise
 
 
 
Community Service

Members actively participate throughout the year in numerous community events:
 
Annual ‘Make a Difference Day’ and ‘Rotary Week of Service’, brings members together to work on various projects with other community groups
- Assorted drives gather items like food, shoes, back-packs, school supplies, and other items as needs arise.
Bell ringing volunteers support Salvation Army annual holiday fundraising.
 
 
Fund Raisers

Club Members energetically plan, volunteer and support annual fund-raising projects that raise monies for community support and service needs. 
 
- Annual golf tournament, held at Gold Canyon Golf Resort for the past 21 years, regularly sells out
 
- Lost Dutchman Rodeo in Apache Junction annually finds Club members volunteering to sell beer/fund-raise
 
- Lost Dutchman Marathon finds Club members managing the 8K course and aid station for the past 20+ years
 
 - Additional fund-raisers occur throughout the year
 
 
Education and Literacy

Youth education, scholarships and literacy are a major focus for the Club. 
 
Scholarship assistance is awarded annually to outstanding senior students planning college or vocational career path training.
 
Literacy efforts of elementary schools are supported by providing age-appropriate books and other needed supplies.
 
 
Rotary Fellowship
 
As people of action, members develop meaningful connections--in person and on Zoom-- and lasting friendships through their participation in Club meetings, projects and social events.
 
Speakers
Jim Pogge, Director of Development
Dec 07, 2022
Catholic Education Arizona - Changing lives one scholarship at a time.
Superstition Mountain Rotary Members
Dec 14, 2022
Golf Planning Meeting
No meeting (Merry Christmas!)
Dec 21, 2022 12:00 PM
No meeting (Happy New Year!)
Dec 28, 2022 12:00 PM
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Sergeant-at-Arms
Membership
Golf Tournament Chair
Rotary Foundation
Historian
Service Projects
Youth Services
Director
Director