Food Bank Support for Impact
Help Impact's food bank efforts 8 AM each Saturday behind Trader Joe's on Oracle & Magee. Load the truck and take it to the food bank in Catalina. sign up here:
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Larry Day
    June 1
  • Charlene Meyers
    June 10
  • Barbara McClure
    June 27
  • Gene Smith
    June 30
  • Barbara Harrison
    July 13
  • Linda Stratton
    August 4
  • Saad Allawi
    August 29
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Marisa McConnell
    July 9
  • Wes Ward
    July 15
  • Sandy DuPlain
    August 12
Anniversaries:
  • Tom DuPlain
    Sandy DuPlain
    June 2
  • 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
  • Marc Snow
    Renee Snow
    August 7
  • Rick Chimblo
    Rianne
    August 17
  • Mark Branham
    Missy Branham
    August 25
Rotary Member Donations
To make a contribution, press the appropriate button below
 
 
 
 
Rotary Member Dues
Quarterly dues are to by paid on the first of; January, April, July, October. Press the appropriate button below.
 
  
 
 
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
TOV Ticket Purchase
On November 8 from 5 PM to 8 PM Celebrate the Restaurants of Oro Valley and  watch on a Big Screen DRIVE-IN  at Steam Pump Ranch, the Wildcats 1997 National Championship Basketball game. !
The Tickets are $50 and include the best samples from multiple Oro Valley Restaurants and a $25 Ticket to win a 2020 Ford 150 Platinum. Help the Restaurants and Oro Valley Rotary. SAFE IN YOUR CAR -TASTE THE FOOD,-LISTEN TO THE BAND & WATCH THE GAME [The Winner is a Secret], Indicate how many Tickets per car. Food will be served to your car
 
 
 
Club Information
Rotary Club of Oro Valley has two meeting times: every Thursday morning at 7:00 a.m. and every other Tuesday evening at 5:30.  
 
Currently as a health precaution, these meetings are virtual using the Zoom meeting application.  
 
If you are a visiting Rotarian or someone interested in learning more about our club and our mission, we would love to have you join us for a meeting.  
Contact Dave Brown (dave.brown6@comcast.net) for the morning club or Don Siglin (ddoonn39@gmail.com) for the evening club to receive a link for the meeting.  
 
For additional information including club membership, please contact Mark Branham (tresbranham@comcast.net).
 
 
 
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
 
 
Home Page Stories
Oro Valley Rotary Club members practiced social distancing and observed COVID-19 protocol while dedicating a Peace Pole at the Innovation Academy. The pole proclaims the message of "May Peace Prevail On Earth" in English, Spanish, and American sign language along with the phrase “May Peace be in our Schools”. This is the first Peace Pole in the Oro Valley area, but one of 200,000 worldwide.
 
Saturday June 1, saw an enthusiastic contingent of Oro Valley Rotary members cleaning trash from the side of the road at Oracle road near Catalina State park, and at Hardy road.
You will note the fashion style of the group with the Rotary yellow T-shirts and vests to match the blue of the plastic bags.
 
June 1, 2019
We had 11 volunteers show up for Road Clean Up on Oracle Road.  Great time...good finds...
 
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
 
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