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Rotary International
District 5500
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2 February 2016
Col. Kenneth Rosson, an F-16 fighter pilot since the Viet Nam era,
and he is currently Operations Group Commander of the 162nd Wing
of the Arizona Air National Guard.  He explained their mission as
including training F-16 pilots, our own and partner nations, defending
US airspace, and doing tactics development and evaluation.  He said
the great thing here is the weather and the flying area.
  Past President Jack Carter (left) shook the hand of raffle
winner Paul Loomans, who won $592.  He is the 3rd winner of
the weekly raffle, which raises money for Club expenses and
provides a bit of excitement and entertainment at Club
Kirk Reed is Chair of the District Endowment Committe, and he
used behavioral economics to examine the relationship between
money and happiness.  We should invest in experiences that connect
us with other people and give us meaningful memories.  A Rotary
Endowment is an excellent way to do that.
  Captain David Theel, Patrol Division Commander for the Pima
County Sheriff's Department, filled in for Sheriff Chris Nanos,
who was in an auto accident on the way to our meeting.  His
question and answer session was very informative.  He spoke very
highly of the department's training for its officers.
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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
Tuesday, February 2, is once again Peanut Butter Tuesday.  We
want to help our Community Food Bank with our donations.  And
don't forget that February is our Food Fight with Valle Verde and
(this year) Rio Rico, each trying to outdo the others in raising
money for the Food Bank.  Let's get ready.
  Sharyn Chesser and Maria Elena McElroy spoke to the Club
about their Vocational Training Team to Lima, Peru, where they
taught "Coping Techniques for Victims of Violence and Trauma."
The CAPACITAR techniques empower people to heal themselves
and their communities.