Meeting Responsibilities
20-October Duty
Off-Site at Hotel Congress (no duties scheduled)
 
 
Speakers
Michael Schrantz and Gary Gibson
Mar 02, 2017
Toxic Homes
Downtown Murals
Mar 09, 2017
Off-site: Downtown Murals
Jay Ofori-D'iallo
Mar 16, 2017
Report on His Mission
Rotoract and Interact Members
Mar 23, 2017
Rotoract and Interact Activities
Phil Slivers
Mar 30, 2017
Rotary Cadres—Where We Are Going with Global Grants
Brecken Chinn
Apr 06, 2017
Hand Reach
District 5500 Conference
Apr 27, 2017
District Conterence in lieu of Weekly Meeting
Steve Cox
May 04, 2017
Club Assembly
U of A Tree Ring Lab
May 11, 2017
Off-site visit to U of A Tree Ring Lab
Kyle Lininger and Paul O'Rourke
May 18, 2017
Intermountain School
Allen Fore
May 25, 2017
What is Kinder Morgan Up To?
Linda Hardy, Program Director
Jun 01, 2017
Tu Nudito Children and Family Services
Katherine Lackey
Jun 15, 2017
Teaching Dyslexic Students to Read
Katherine Lackey
Jun 15, 2017
Teaching Dyslexic Students to Read
Steve Cox, President
Jun 29, 2017
End of Year Wrap-up
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President-Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Immediate Past President
Director- Public Relations
Webmaster
Director - Membership
Director - Club Administration
Director - Service Projects
Director - Community Service
Director - Youth Services
Newsletter Co-Editor
Newsletter Co-Editor_
 
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Photo Albums

 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Richard M. Johnson
    March 3
  • Tom Forsythe
    March 3
  • Thomas J. Cariseo
    March 29
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Anne Cox
    March 9
Anniversaries:
  • Tom Forsythe
    Peggy Forsythe
    March 2
  • Eric Maneval
    Nicole Maneval
    March 11
Join Date:
  • Leslie K. Lynch
    March 7, 2005
    12 years
  • Eric Maneval
    March 26, 2015
    2 years
 
 
We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM at the historic Arizona Inn
 
 WELCOME to the Home Page of our Rotary Club of Tucson Sunrise!
 
2200 East Elm Street   Tucson, Arizona 85719
 To contact the Rotary Club of Tucson Sunrise, call 520-745-7806
By Email: smcox@waterfallattorneys.com    By Mail: Rotary Club of Tucson Sunrise  *  PO Box 64756  *  Tucson, AZ 85728-4756
 
The 2017 Float promotes and celebrates the
100 years of The Rotary Foundation 
 
 
The Foundation empowers Rotarians to travel throughout the world and create and complete projects which serve people in need in six areas of focus which are: promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.  The spectacular and colorful dragon is clearly a world traveler carrying luggage decorated with the six symbols of the areas of focus.  The Dragon also is proudly wearing a necklace with a medallion marked 100 for the 100 years of service.
 
A fun and successful
Rotary Road Rally 2016
from Green Things Plant Nursery
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The Rally was fun and pleasurable for all, at our new Green Things location on Saturday, October 22, 2016.   Rally drivers and navigators very much enjoyed the delightful Blue and exhilarating Gold routes through Tucson old, new and remarkable, and we had plenty of donated $50, $40 and $25 gift cards for their earned awards and the very successful Road Rally Raffle.  Checkpoints along the routes included Ronald McDonald House and Mediation of Tucson this year.  BBQ Chefs Dave Hammond, Daniel Stringham, Tom Cariseo, and Ray Naylor provided a tasty post-Rally lunch.  Coco's pies were served as part of the Coco's Restaurant sponsorship, and many other sponsorships from other businesses were received thanks to David Eppihimer.  We had the highest number of cars yet on the routes, and we received many ticket donations for Intermountain Academy students and parents. 

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A special thank-you to Jack and Jan Westenborg for hosting us at Green Things Plant Nursery.  A spacious and fun spot for any Road Rally!
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Major sponsors included Liberty Mutual, Royal Automotive, Lof Advisors, Desert Toyota, O'Rielly Chevrolet, Mediation of Tucson, Dave Hammond Investments and Coco's Restaurants.
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We had some very exceptional cars on both routes and on the lot, including the red "Elvis" Caddie, an authentic Cobra sports car, a beautifully restored 1948 pick-up, a very shiny green 1950 Ford Custom coupe and Model-T - thanks to Mara Robinson and others. 
 
Stephanie Rojas (nee Craig) provided interesting information on the current Rotary Student Exchange program and the program in the future.
 
 

Sunrisers Meet at Steward Observatory

 

Sunrisers Provide Christmas in July to Diamond Children's Patient

 
 
 
 
Dan Stringham and Tom Forsythe with happy Hollinger students who completed the Four-Way Test program at their school.
Tom and Dan share The Goober Guys with the youngsters, who love the Rotarian attention & learn some ethics.