Grace Hearing Center
Grace Hearing Center is a nonprofit hearing center providing hearing healthcare to low-income adults and under-served children in Tuscon.  Our goal to for no one to be prevented from the fullness of life due to hearing loss. Click on logo below to learn more
 
Speakers
Katrina Calderon
May 23, 2019
Youth On Their Own
Evening Club - Sauce
May 27, 2019
TOV Restuarant appreciation
Judy Esbit
May 30, 2019
Caption Call
Daniel Stringham
Jun 13, 2019
Ecostoves in Nicaragua
 
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: 
 
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Rotary Member Dues
Quarterly dues are to by paid on the first of; January, April, July, December. Press the appropriate button below.
 
  
 
 
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Bruce Lynn
    May 15
  • Barbara McClure
    June 27
  • Barbara Harrison
    July 13
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Anastasha
    May 30
  • Wes Ward
    July 15
Anniversaries:
  • Chuck Walton
    Suzanne
    May 6
  • Gary Coxon
    Janet
    June 15
  • Jim Nook
    Cathryn Nook
    June 20
  • Wendy Sweet
    Chuck Sweet
    June 25
  • Saad Allawi
    Diane Allawi
    July 2
  • Dennis Breen
    Anne Breen
    July 26
 
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Club Information
Morning Club meets every Thursday at 6:45 AM                                                                         
The Evening Club meets every 2nd and 4th Monday at 5:45 PM
 
Oro Valley Hospital, Classroom A-B
1551 E Tangerine Road
Oro Valley, AZ  85755
 
What is Rotary
Improve people's lives locally and globally, through service
 
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the Service of Others"
Mahatma Ghandi
 
 
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Gaby Salazar from Beads of Courage was the speaker. She described the program of providing innovative arts-in-medicine programs that improve the quality of children coping with serious illness, their families and clinicians who care for them. The bead necklaces are provided to children suffering from these serious illnesses. Steve will contact the organization to set up a session where our members can put together these necklaces.
We were also visited by Gayle, a Rotarian from North Carolina, who will be moving to Oro Valley in the fall and is interested joining our club.
 
The 26-mile rally took place in Oro Valley, where the members followed clues to head to the finish line. The participants met at Michelangelo’s for celebration and early dinner – Vroom, Vroom.
 
Top line; members reviewing directions, clever and challenging clues…
Middle line; off to the races….
Bottom line; rally winners Beckee and Rick and Jim (not in the photo). Celebration at Michelangelo’s
 
This year’s Taste of Oro Valley will be brought to you by Oro Valley Rotary in partnership with Baird Private Wealth Management – A Diamond Sponsor.
 
Baird, an employee-owned, international wealth management, asset management, investment banking/capital markets and private equity firm, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Today, Baird has approximately 3,500 associates serving the needs of individual, corporate, institutional and municipal clients through more than 100 offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. http://www.rwbaird.com/
Recently, Baird opened its Tucson office at 3567 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 143 to provide the same excellent service to our community.  Sponsorship for this year’s event is provided by two Baird Senior Vice Presidents; Tom DuPlain and Jason Turetzky http://www.bairdoffices.com/tucson_az/index.htm
 
(Top) Steve, chairman of the evening club, introduced himself and his varied background. He also gave a fascinating presentation on Zeolite, a chemical produced by Zeochem (the company which he headed the US operations). Zeolite is a very effective adsorption chemical used in may commercial and medical applications - who knew.
(Bottom) Steve inducted our newest Rotarian, Nicholas who stepped in with both feet, helping with a service project at the Town of Oro Valley and filling in for the drinks shortfall at the TOV. Welcome to Rotary.
Morning meeting on March 28. Clockwise from top left; Student Speaker Pusch Ridge Christian Academy,  Adriel Coates, General Manager of Office Max discussed the company's involvement in the local community activities, Arizona Distance Classic Volunteers provided water to the athletes, Catalina State Park Mural is up with contributions from Oro Valley Rotary
 
 
The evening club meeting on March 11 - get to know Rotarians - featured Dave and Sa'ad.
Dave discussed his work in Belize as a pilot for the Belize Air Rescue Team (BART), where he would fly patients to healthcare facilities. He also discussed other projects that he and his wife Pat worked on in Belize including the child care center. He hared photos of the BART flights, other projects, and the scenery in Belize. Sa'ad presented "Mystery of the Man from Mesopotamia", in which he discussed his background with entertaining stories.
 
 
 
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