September 29 Meeting
Our speaker was Pam Harrison, Library Director from the Apache Junction Library. Pam gave an informative talk about changes at the Apache Junction Library, and also talked about a number of the various programs which the library offers to residents in the Apache Junction and Gold Canyon areas.
September 22 Meeting
Our speaker was Brian Sexton, Community Relations Manager at Mesa Gateway Airport who gave an informative talk about growth and changes at the Mesa Gateway Airport.
Jeffrey Mitchell has joined the Board as Service Project Chair. He will be working to co-ordinate a variety of service projects for the Club in the coming months.
September 15 Meeting
Our speaker was Abe Fedor, who spoke about 'Micro Credit in Mexico'. He shared a video and Powerpoint with many interesting details about the program, and gave a number of examples with stories about individuals who have received a micro credit loan and how it has been very beneficial to their life and allowed them to have a business and support their family. Carole Kralicek presented him with a $1500 donation from the club.
September 7 Meeting
Our speaker was club member and Past District Governor, Bill Pettus. Bill has been a Rotary member for 37 years, and recently transferred to the club from the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Bill spoke about his life experiences, as well as Rotary experiences. His speech was quite interesting, and several members expressed regret that we ran out of time. We're all looking forward to hearing more of his story.
Our two newest members, Terralle Moore and Sarah Snyder, removed the red 'new member' ribbons from their badges today. Terralle and Sarah have gotten involved in a variety of Club activities and have also made a big effort to get to know the other members. Welcome to Superstition Mountain Rotary Club, Terralle and have now officially been declared 'old members'!
Roberta had the honor of awarding Brian Kabat with a Paul Harris +2!
September 1 Meeting
Our speaker was Rotary District Governor Bret McKeand. Bret talked about the theme for this year - 'Serve to Change Lives' - and encouraged us to 'double-down' on community service this coming year. He also encouraged us to focus on combining last year's Rotary theme with the theme for this current year - 'Rotary opens opportunities for all of us to serve to change lives'. Rotary helps to provide well intentioned individuals the opportunities to achieve things that one/single person would not be able to achieve by themselves.
Bret awarded Ed Shockley with the Community Service Champion award. Ed is a past president and is currently our Community Service chair. In April, he also took over Harvey Clark’s presidential duties when he became ill, and has continued to make our V.I.P. meeting format possible by doing the necessary equipment setup each week. Ed has definitely changed a lot of lives during his years in Rotary. 
Sharon Stinard was awarded a Paul Harris +2 by DG Bret.