December 4, 2019

At his official visit on December 4, District Governor David Simmer educated and inspired us as he spoke about the Rotary Vision Statement: "Together we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change across the glove, in our communities and in ourselves". He pointed out that there are three things you can bring to an organization: time, talent and treasure. He also stressed to us that, in order to attract people to our organization, we need to show that we are "people of action"--that we make a difference in the lives of other people.


DG David presented the Rotary ‘Connects the World' Banner to President Bob Benjamin.






David also presented the 'Rotary Connects the World' Award to Assistant District Governor Lee Holmes, in recognition for his efforts to "connect to those beyond the club, locally and globally".




A ‘Certificate of appreciation’ was presented to the club for its support of the ‘End Polio Now Countdown to History Campaign’ -- ‘together we will fulfill our promise to the children of the world and eradicate polio’. Past District Governor Jim Ericson accepted the award for the club.


A ‘Paul Harris plus Seven’ pin was awarded to Past District Governor, Jay Jones.





December 11, 2019

Cheryl Hussein from the Natural Healing Center of Gold Canyon, spoke at the December 11 meeting about the potential benefits of CBD oil produced from responsibly grown help. It is known to help sleep, relieve anxiety and improve memory, appetite and mood.


December 18, 2019

On December 18, Bryant Powell, Chairman of the charity golf tournament on January 11, gave an update of planning team's progress.

Ball drop tickets were distributed by Tracy Yamamoto to everyone who was present at the meeting. Sharon Boyd reported on efforts to collect auction and raffle items. She stressed the value of gift cards from restaurants, salons, golf courses, etc. Len LaFlesch is trying to add items to the player bags, such as golf towels with the logo of the donor.

Volunteers should be there at 8:00 am to prepare for the 10:30 tee-off. If you haven't already signed up, you can do so by emailing Bryant Powell ( or Aaron McDermid (