Rotary Member Dues
Quarterly dues are to by paid on the first of; January, April, July, December. Press the appropriate button below.
 
  
 
 
 
Rotary donations
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Taste of Oro Valley
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Weekly Food Collection
Collect food behind Trader Joe's to deliver to Impact of Southern Arizona
Every Saturday from 8 am -10 am. Click below to sign-up: 
 
For directions, click this link:
 
Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Jimmy Simmons, Wildlife Supervisor, Tucson Region,
Aug 23, 2018
AZ Game and Fish Dept Operations
Evening club - Kneaders restaurant
Aug 27, 2018
TOV restaurant appreciation.
District Hovernor
Aug 30, 2018
Jeff Utsch
Sep 06, 2018
Supreme Court confirmation process
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Linda Stratton
    August 4
  • Christopher Peterson
    August 11
  • Saad Allawi
    August 29
  • Al Lindgren
    September 3
  • LeeAnn Bankhead
    September 20
  • Arash Foroozan
    September 25
  • Linda Balzer
    October 9
  • Wendy Sweet
    October 13
  • Rick Chimblo
    October 23
  • Mike Parr
    October 31
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Sandy DuPlain
    August 12
  • Anne Breen
    September 15
  • Carol Ann Smith
    September 15
  • Janet
    October 8
Anniversaries:
  • Marc Snow
    Renee Snow
    August 7
  • Rick Chimblo
    Rianne
    August 17
  • Bruce Lynn
    Anastasha
    September 12
  • Gene Smith
    Carol Ann Smith
    October 23
 
What is Rotary
Improve people's lives locally and globally, through service
 
Welcome to Our Club
Morning Club
 
Day and Time:          Every Thursday at 6:45 AM
Location:                   Oro Valley Hospital, Classroom A
Address:                   1551 E Tangerine Rd, Oro Valley, AZ 85755
Mail:                         P.O. Box 68227, Oro Valley, AZ 85737
 

Evening Club
 
Day and Time:            2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 5:45 PM
Location:                    Oro Valley Hospital, Classroom A
Address:                    1551 E Tangerine Rd, Oro Valley, AZ 85755
Venue Map:               https://goo.gl/maps/U4SYq4wGkRT2 
 
Check speakers and events on the left of this page for meeting locations

 
 
Home Page Stories
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Veterans
 
Governor Doug Ducey has signed off on legislation expressing support for hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment (HBOT) to treat veterans with traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder.   Thanks Saad...you finally got your one minute and 30 seconds of fame.  Well done.  
 
Click on the link to watch the short video.
 
 
 
 
 
MaryAnn Brody and Bruce Baier welcome Krystyn Schuldt, past recipient of OV Rotary nursing vocational scholarship. Krystyn discussed the nursing vocational program with the evening club members.
 
Pic of Bruce Grant (Estes Valley Sunrise, Colorado) and Linda Stratton (Oro Valley) with John Hewko after the ride.  Looks like Bruce is holding a ball on his head.
 
 
 
 
 

346 days ago I left Brazil for a year of studies in US. I was Renato, a kid full of thoughts and goals that believed that knew everything already and this year would just be another one. After a while in "Merica" this kid grew a little and realized that he was completely wrong. He started to see things a bit different, experiencing other cultures and learning new points of view. Soon enough I wasn't the same, I became Zef, "The guy from Brazil", a dude a lot more responsible and interesting than the older version. And all of this development didn't come out of nowhere. Through this year, I met a lot of people, different races, different countries, different cultures. I made very good friends, awesome teammates, special Bros and Sisters, and few of them that I'll never forget and that I can't stop thinking about all the old memories and also in the future ones. Those are the reasons why this year was successful, all my thanks for them. Anyways, just wanna say thank you to my supporters, the group that made this whole thing happen, my host family that helped me in everything that I needed in USA, my family that trusted me in this mission and of course all the amazing Rotary community. I've learned so many things this year in Tucson, and I feel that still know nothing. My exchange gave me a hunger for new experiences, for different cultures, and new horizons. Now that I'm going back to Brazil I don't think I can became Renato again. I'm always gonna be partly Zef. Resuming, Thank you America for everything that you have done for me, I know that this year is not the best of my life, but is the reason of all the incredible years that are now waiting for me. Well, what will I say? Just grateful.
Zef out...

 
 
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Lee & Faye Shevel
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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