Club Information
Lunch Meetings will be held at 12  pm IN PERSON AND via ZOOM 
Kyrene

Rotary is People of Action

We meet In Person & Online
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Olive Garden
1010 W. Elliot Rd.
Tempe, AZ 85284
United States of America
Our meetings will be Hybrid - Zoom and In-person
Meetings & Events
 November 29, 2021 - Joni Socato, Founder and Chairman of Feed Our Students, gave us an update on the most recent Turkey Drive.  Many of our members participated in that activity. Joni also gave us an update on how the organization is doing and what their needs are this coming year.  Her presentation can be seen HERE
 November 22, 2021 - Karen Olson, a retired nurse and community volunteer, told us about IHELP (supported by many non-profit organizations in the Valley) and her volunteer experiences. Her presentation can be seen by clicking HERE. Rob presented her with a $100 check for IHELP.
 November 20, 2021 - Several members from the Kyrene Rotary Club (Joni, Ev, Ken, Bill, Rob, Doug, Wally, Andy, Mo and Soni) along with help from Tera, Tamara & her daughter, spent a couple of hours filling food bags for the Annual Turkey Drive organized by Feed Our Students. There was lots of fellowship, hard work, and laughter.
 November 15, 2021 - The Kyrene Club's former exchange student gave us an update on her activities as a student in Buenos Aires. There were lots of memories revisited and many questions.  It was great to see her - thank you Zoom.  You can see her comments and answers to questions, HERE.
 November 3, 2021 - From Rotarian Harry. It’s dictionary time again! New Rotarian Sydney, daughter Brenda, besty Oliver, and I visited 3 classrooms of 3rd graders to provide personal dictionaries and teach them how to use them. Kyrene Rotarians and friends make annual visits to ALL the 3rd grade classrooms in the Phoenix Roosevelt School District. 15 years, 18 schools, more than 15,000 students!
 November 8, 2021 -  Kevin Terry, Executive Director of the FIRST TEE Arizona Chapter, brought us up to date on the direction and activities of the First Tee organization. His presentation can be seen HERE.  The club presented him with a check for $1,500.  See "Read More".
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Kyrene Rotary Golf Classic 2022
 Next Golf Tournament
Saturday September 24 
7:30 Tee time
Papago  Golf Course
SPEAKERS
Upcoming Speakers
DR. DINA-PRESTON ORTIZ & DON ORTIZ
Dec 13, 2021
THE DINA PRESTON BAND
HARRY SHORT
Dec 20, 2021
ROTARY - ENDING MALARIA
NO MEETING
Dec 27, 2021
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
SUZANNE GRIFFIN - PEACE CORP VOLUNTEER
Jan 03, 2022
AFGHANISTAN STORIES
NATE RHODON - EXEC DIRECTOR OF "ONE IN TEN"
Jan 10, 2022
ISSUES FACING LGBTQ YOUTH
ROBIN HANSON
Jan 17, 2022
ROLE & VARIETY OF NON-PROFITS IN AZ
Past Speakers
CLUB ASSEMBLY
Dec 06, 2021
STRATEGIC PLANNING DISCUSSION

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