Club Meetings
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Gold Canyon Golf Resort
6100 S. Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, AZ
Upcoming Speakers
May 03, 2023
Apache Junction Parks & Rec Director and Multi-Gen Center Facility Manager
May 10, 2023
Moore Physical Therapy, Gold Canyon: Encourage Hope, Add Joy, and Gain Ability, Together
May 17, 2023
P.A.W.S.S Pups and Warriors Side By Side
May 31, 2023
Arizona Water Company
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Upcoming Events
Board meeting
May 24, 2023
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Rodeo Fundraiser Proceeds

On behalf of the Club, members Ron Knies and Ed Shockley accepted a check for $16,500 for the members' efforts in selling beer at the Lost Dutchman Rodeo. Thank you, Ron and Ed. These funds will be put to good use!
Boy Scouts Support
Aaron McDermid presented a check for $1,500 to Abby Lyon - Lost Dutchman District Executive with 'Grand Canyon Council Boy Scouts of America'. Abby presented Aaron with a plaque recognizing the club's support.
March 29
Our speakers were Karl Hermann, Apache Junction High School Band Director and Don Oplinger, President of the Apache Junction High School Band Boosters. 
Karl spoke about challenges re-energizing band efforts post-pandemic.
Don spoke about the AJHS Band Boosters role to get parents involved, and help with supplies, food, equipment and other items. Current needs include new uniforms, sousaphone racks, funds for instrument repair, new timpani drums, and other items. Students volunteer during the year doing various community projects, helping raise money for their needs. 
March 22
Club members had the pleasure of getting to know more about new members, Cathy and John Bishop, through interesting 'Classification Talks'. Cathy and John shared information about themselves - and and their backgrounds.
Stepping into the role of Club Sergeant of Arms for this meeting, Terralle Moore conducted a fun auction that 'raised some money for the children'. Among items auctioned off was a Rotary Cookbook, which was successfully bid upon by visiting Rotarian Fitore Shrock. 
The club is saddened to announce the loss of member, Judy Lutes, who passed away recently. Our heartfelt condolences go out to Judy's family. She will be missed.
March 15
Our speaker was Marian Mitchel, a 'Nutrition Health Coach'. Her consulting practice is 'Road To Living Whole'. She has a 'Top 200 Podcast in Alternative Health'. 
Marian shared a wealth of information about how we can all eat healthier -- without being on 'being on a fad diet' - and as a result can become healthier. She works with clients to help teach them about foods that support the body, increase energy without being bored with the food choices, nor feeling restricted. She spoke about important diet/food tips to help us all, as we advance in age. 
To learn more about healthy diet choices and the work Marian does  -     -
March 8
Megan Carbiener, MLIS Outreach Supervisor from Apache Junction Public Library, was our speaker. Megan brought the mobile van to the meeting for Club members to see. 

Megan shared information about the amazing resources available  -  books, videos, mobile hot-spots, continuing ed classes, tools for crafting, video production, seed library, a mobile van, lectures, homework help  ~~ and so much more. It would be impossible to list everything here that is offered. 

To learn more about all the amazing and valuable resources that are available to residents of our area --
March 1
Our speaker was Peter Heck, Captain of 'Apache Junction Mounted Rangers'. The Rangers have existed since the early 1990s. They are a 501 (c)3 volunteer peace-keeping group which helps to support organizations, companies and community projects in the Apache Junction area. Their mission is to financially support children and youth organizations in Apache Junction while promoting the values and traditions of the old west.
Peter provided interesting information about events the Rangers participate in, and the important role they perform for the Apache Junction community. 
For more information -
Superstition Mountain Rotary
PO Box 565
Apache Junction, AZ 85117