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New Officers Elected to the Grand Canyon Rotary
We were pleased to move democracy forward during our meeting January 18th with the nomination and sustaining vote of our newest club officers.  
Sue Winchester was voted President Elect 2017/2018
Anavon Harris was voted in as Secretary 
Melissa Austin was voted in as Treasurer
Rotary on the Rim is lucky to have such dedicated members to continue the efforts of club and look forward to their installation.
New Officers Elected to the Grand Canyon Rotary marty 2017-01-19 07:00:00Z
Interact Club formed at the Grand Canyon
For the first time since the Grand Canyon Rotary was formed an Interact club was created.  With nearly 20 members the club was formed and has been assisted by our Rotary members Melissa Austin and Eric & Sue Duthie. It's truly and awesome thing for our little community to have another organization representing Rotary International.  
Interact Club formed at the Grand Canyon 2016-10-12 07:00:00Z
August 19 Regular Meeting
Grand Canyon Rotary Club held a regular meeting today. We were served pepper steak over rice, steamed carrots, salad, and raspberry cheese cake for desert.
 
The thought for the day was "It's hard to keep the proper perspective when all around everything is a blur. We find ourselves grappling with employee issues, customer issues, family issues and everything else that becomes a center focal point of our lives. When in reality it's those little things that get in the way of things that are truly important."
 
Our next meeting will be on August 26, and our program will be presented by Club Member Melissa Austin. In attendance will be District Governor Paul Puliken.
 
 
August 19 Regular Meeting Rob Gossard 2015-08-19 07:00:00Z
August 12 Regular Meeting
Grand Canyon Rotary Club had its weekly meeting today at the Thunderbird Lodge in the Grand Canyon National Park. We were served chicken, corn chowder & corn bread muffins, green beans, potatoes and raspberry cobbler for dessert.
 
Rob's message of the day was a poem by Charles Bukowski.
 
Presentation was on the virtues of Waterbrick, a possible solution when we need to send something to some place in crisis.
 
Our next meeting will be on August 19, and our program will be presented by Club Member Marty Harris.
August 12 Regular Meeting Rob Gossard 2015-08-12 07:00:00Z
August 5 Business Meeting
Grand Canyon Rotary Club held a business meeting today.
 
Our next meeting will be on August 12, and our program will be presented by Club Secretary Rob Gossard.
August 5 Business Meeting Rob Gossard 2015-08-01 07:00:00Z
July 22 Regular Meeting
Grand Canyon Rotary Club had its weekly meeting today at the Thunderbird Lodge in the Grand Canyon National Park. We were served pepper steak over rice, steamed broccoli, salad, and chocolate pound cakes for desert.
 
Due to a miscommunication, we were unable to have District Governor Paul Puliken today.
 
We had no program today, nor did we have any visitors. Instead of a program we had in informal discussion of needs we saw in the area and how we might address them.
 
A lot of discussion was made concerning our local school district and suppliment lunches for students who cannot bring a lunch and/or cannot afford one. Preliminary plans were made to contact the school superintendent and see how we might help.
 
Another idea was to reach out to our neighboring Rotary district in Wickenburg, who recently suffered massive flooding, and offer what help we could with clean up efforts there.
 
Our next meeting will be on July 29, and our program will be presented by Club President Clayann Cook.
July 22 Regular Meeting Rob Gossard 2015-07-22 07:00:00Z
Holiday Dinner Dance 2014
Holiday Dinner Dance 2014 2014-12-03 00:00:00Z
DG Chuck Visits with Grand Canyon & Williams Rotary Clubs
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DG Chuck Fitzgerald was installed as the new District Governor on Jun 21, 2014 and now he is making his official visit to the Mountain Region Clubs (Grand Canyon RC & Williams RC) of District 5490.  We welcome DG Chuck & Susan and the Williams Rotary Club to
Rotary on the Rim!
 
Installation of "All" of the Chuck Fitzgerald's in Peoria, AZ.
DG Chuck Visits with Grand Canyon & Williams Rotary Clubs Yvonne Trujillo 2014-07-31 00:00:00Z
The Beacon -- D5490 Newsletter
Links to The Beacon, newsletter for Rotary Disrtict 5490 will be posted here!
The Beacon -- D5490 Newsletter Yvonne Trujillo 2014-07-17 00:00:00Z
GC Rotary Clubs Newest Paul Harris Fellows
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Yvonne Trujillo and Barb Shields became the newest
GCRC members to be named as Paul Harris Fellows.
 They join Julie Aldaz & Clarinda Vail as Paul Harris Fellows.
GC Rotary Clubs Newest Paul Harris Fellows yt 2014-07-16 00:00:00Z
New Officers 2014-15
Our new Rotary year starts with the installation of new officers.  Barb Shields is the new President, Yvonne Trujillo is the new Secretary & Julie Aldaz will continue as the Treasurer.  Clayann Cook is the President-Elect and Ken Bender will be taking on the job of Sargeant-at-Arms.  We look forward to the new Rotary Year.
New Officers 2014-15 yt 2014-07-11 00:00:00Z
Engage Rotary, Change Lives
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New Rotary year begins with our new RI President, Ron Burton's theme:
Engage Rotary, Change Lives.
Engage Rotary, Change Lives yt 2013-07-20 00:00:00Z
Andrew Aldaz Named Community Leader of the Year
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Longtime Grand Canyon resident Andrew Aldaz was given the Community Leader of the Year at the annual Rotary Holiday Dinner.  Andrew was honored for all his years of service in the Grand Canyon community.
Andrew Aldaz Named Community Leader of the Year Yvonne Trujillo 2011-12-16 00:00:00Z
5490 Transformers (Newsletters 2011/2012)

District 5490 Newsletter has changed its name to the 5490 Transformers

Attached is the first District Newsletter of our new Rotary Year. Leadership has changed throughout the Rotary world, but Service Above Self continues with new volunteer leadership.

 

The key word is volunteer. None of our new leaders can succeed without all our support. If you think someone needs to do something - maybe you should volunteer to be that someone. If an effort you observe is less than perfect - maybe you should offer to lend a hand. Remember, there is more than one right way to do things, and if your club always does what it has always done, they'll probably get what they've always got, but less of it, with less fun and less enthusiasm.

 

Celebrate and support new ideas! Be part of a great year - Reach Within to Embrace Humanity!

 


Helen (Jeanie) Morgan
District 5490


 

5490 Transformers (Newsletters 2011/2012) Yvonne Trujillo 2011-07-04 00:00:00Z
The Generator-District 5490 Newsletters 2010-2011 Rotary Year

Links to past newsletters from District 5490 for the Rotary Year 2010-2011

The Generator-District 5490 Newsletters 2010-2011 Rotary Year 2011-06-25 00:00:00Z
Missed a Meeting?

Read & Learn how to make-up a missed meeting...

 

Missed a Meeting? 2011-06-25 00:00:00Z
The Four-Way Test
The Four-Way Test is every Rotarian's guide to ethical behavior.

Of the things we think, say, and do:
+ First, is it the truth?
+ Second, is it fair to all concerned?
+ Third, will it build good will and better friendships?
+ Fourth, is it beneficial to all concerned?
The Four-Way Test 2011-05-04 01:14:56Z
Avenues of Service

 

F or years, Rotary’s commitment to Service Above Self has been channeled through the Avenues of Service, which form the foundation of club activity. To get started on a project, think broadly about how your club and its members could contribute within each avenue.

Avenues of Service 2011-02-04 00:00:00Z
Bill Brookins Named Rotary Community Leader of the Year!
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Lots of winners, much money raised for charity & community projects.

 

Bill Brookins Named Rotary Community Leader of the Year! Yvonne Trujillo 2011-01-25 00:00:00Z
Polio Plus Trip to Caborca, Sonora, Mexico
Polio Plus Trip to Caborca, Sonora, Mexico Yvonne Trujillo 2010-10-15 00:00:00Z
GSE Taiwan visits the Grand Canyon
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On Tuesday June 14th, Don Schiller, GSE (Group Study Exchange) Coordinator for District 5490 brought Bobby, Phoebe, Ada, Jill & Darren to visit the Grand Canyon. I met them at the Imax, where they got the chance to see the new Condor Encounter Show. After seeing the Imax movie they were really excited about seeing the "real" thing. We proceeded along the East Rim Drive to Desert View. Everytime they saw a glimpse of the canyon there were lots of "oohs & aahs" about how beautiful it was.  They told me that seeing pictures of the canyon as beautiful as they looked cannot compare to the "real" thing! 
GSE Taiwan visits the Grand Canyon Yvonne Trujillo