Upcoming Speakers
Dec 01, 2021
Fun Awards day
Dec 08, 2021
Music, History, Recent Events
Dec 15, 2021
Golf Tournament - Work on auction, last minute preparations
Dec 22, 2021 12:10 PM
Dec 29, 2021 12:10 PM
Jan 05, 2022
Operations of the Gold Canyon Golf Club.
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Upcoming Events
Board Meeting
Dec 15, 2021
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
Superstition Mountain Rotary Golf Tournament
Gold Canyon Golf Resort
Dec 18, 2021
10:30 AM – 4:30 PM
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Club Information
Welcome to our Club!
Superstition Mountain
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Gold Canyon Golf Resort
6100 S. Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, AZ
United States of America
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Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Mark your calendars for Saturday December 18th, 2021 for the Superstition Mountain Rotary 21st Annual Charity Golf tournament. Our golf tournament is one of our major annual fundraiser events.The proceeds benefit a wide number of local area youth and non-profit causes, including AJ Boys & Girls Club, local area food banks, non-profits serving the homeless - as well as a wide range of other local area needs. Revenues from the event also helped provide more than $12,000 for scholarships ~ which helped a number of high school seniors proceed with educational goals. 

Your help is needed  -- regardless if you are a golfer/or not a golfer

---- If you are a golfer, gather your friends and sign up to play in the event

---- Regardless of whether you are a golfer or not, you can help play an important role, by purchasing sponsorships, purchasing ball drop tickets, providing raffle items -- or asking others to provide raffle items, or purchase a sponsorship

Some suggestions for raffle event items are gift certificates for restaurants, hair salons, oil changes, nail salons, massage therapy, gyms, etc ------- all the sorts of goods and services that people regularly need and enjoy. Consider helping a small business by purchasing a gift certificate from them to be donated for use as a raffle item at the Golf Tournament.

- To get contact details for sponsorships, along with other info -- and to register for the tournament, click here:

The Club is joining forces with the Salvation Army to participate in their annual 'red kettle' bell ringing community service project. Since 1891 the Salvation Army has been hanging red kettles at local businesses during the weeks before Christmas and providing opportunities for the public to make contributions, which are used to help the most vulnerable in local communities. The Club participates in this community service project every holiday season. This year, Club Service Projects Chair, Jeffrey Mitchell, helped co-ordinate with the Salvation Army for kettles to be placed at the Apache Junction Ace Hardware store entrance. Be sure to drop by the store and say hello to various Rotarians who will be volunteering at the red kettle during various times between now and Christmas.
November 17 Meeting
May be an image of 1 personOur meeting speaker was Club member, Bill Pettus, who shared Foundation updates and additional information about projects the Foundation is involved with. Carole Kralicek, Lee Holmes and others also shared more information about different aspects of the work the Foundation does, as well as providing more information about 'Paul Harris Fellow' awards.
To learn more about the work and various projects of the Rotary Foundation -
Bryant Powell gave updates about the Saturday December 18th Charity Golf tournament. He encouraged Club members to be proactive in recruiting additional sponsors, collecting raffle/auction items, selling ball-drop tickets, gathering items for the golfer's bags, as well as continuing to spread word about the event and invite golfers to participate in this important fundraising event.
November 10 Meeting
Club members learned a lot about polio from multiple speakers who shared their personal experiences dealing with polio. Pat Stambach, Ed Shockley, Bryant Powell and John Raine shared their stories. 
Rotary International has been focused on helping to eradicate polio for many years. In 1985, Rotary International launched 'PolioPlus', the first and largest internationally coordinated private-sector support of a public health initiative. To read more about the work of Rotary over the years to help eradicate polio - &
November 3 Meeting
Our speaker was Club member, Carole Kralicek, who spoke about her past trips to Bolivia, where she participated with Rotary water projects.  We learned about the Bolivian people and their culture, as well as the Rotary water projects. Carole made her presentation in authentic Bolivian garments. We learned a lot about Rotary service project efforts in Bolivia.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Jacquie Smith
January 16
Lee Holmes
December 6
Terralle Moore
December 7
Harvey Clark
December 8
Pat Mitchell
December 11
Ronald H. Knies
December 15
Carole Kralicek
December 20
Peggy Cabrinha
December 30
Lee Holmes
Roberta Holmes
January 20
Roberta Holmes
Lee Holmes
January 20
Werner Salinger
Martha Salinger
January 27
Donald Austin
Ruth Austin
December 3
William Pepple
Kim Pepple
December 23
John Blessman
Paula Blessman
December 27
Join Date
Donald Austin
January 11, 2018
4 years
Ed Shockley
January 15, 2009
13 years
Len LaFlesch
January 15, 1996
26 years
B. Dean Holmes
January 26, 2015
7 years
Carole Kralicek
January 31, 1991
31 years
William Pepple
December 12, 1980
41 years
Sharon Stinard
December 14, 1999
22 years
Tracey K. Yamamoto
December 16, 2005
16 years
Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation
Golf Tournament Co-Chair
Historian/ZOOM Master
Golf Tournament Co-chair
Service Projects
Youth Services
Superstition Mountain Rotary
PO Box 565
Apache Junction, AZ 85117