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Sojourner Directory

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3 February 2015
Rotary International
District 5500
What is Rotary?

email: gvrotary@yahoo.com
Michael Pease                                   Bill McGibbon
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site updated  25 May 2015
Bob Elder, a PhD in zoology and docent at the Arizona-Sonoran
Desert Museam,  gave the Club a season by season view of life in our
desert.  Our diverse environment supports 50% of the bird species in
North America, and of course we are rattlesnake capital of the US.
  Karen Pomroy believes in creating a world of compassion 1
horse at a time.  She founded Equine Voices Rescue and
Sanctuary in Amado in 2004, and since then she's rescued
over 600 horses, including the wild ones in Sahuarita.
Beverly Heasley told the Club about St. Luke's Home in Tucson,
which provides assisted living care for the city's most vulnerable
elders.  As an Eden Alternative Center they fight the 3 plagues of
old age: boredom, loneliness, and helplessness.
  Lisa Liveranzi-Baker, a member of the Rotary Club of Tucson,
has been with Youth on Their Own (YOTO) since 2010.  They help
homeless teens finish school.  It takes $2025 per year for a child
to go to school, but $25,000 per year to keep someone in prison.
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SERVICE ABOVE SELF
Rotary Club of Green Valley
Meets Tuesdays, 11:30am – 1:00 pm
at Grill on the Green, Canoa Ranch
5800 S. Camino del Sol
P.O. Box 701           Green Valley, AZ 85622
Betty Thayer received the Club's Community Service Award on
April 7. She moved to Green Valley in 1986 after a 30-year career
with the Red Cross in Denver, and she helped found Friends in
Deed and the La Posada Treasure Shop.
  Club President-nominee, Andy Heideman, led us in a review of
our service activities throughout the year, including our  mentor-
ing at Continental School, the Foodbank Challenge, Wheelchairs
to St. Andrews, our exchange student, and our scholarships.
February 2015
D5500
Newsletter