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

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
 June 6, 2022 - Monica Martinez, Director of Operations for the Arizona Council on Economic Education, gave us an energetic and informative presentation about herself, the organization, and what the organization does. Members asked many questions after the presentation.  The club gave her organization a financial contribution.  Her presentation can be seen HERE.
 May 09, 2022 - Webmaster Ken presented Kyrene Rotary Club's newest member, Rich, with a pin and acknowledgement of his contributions to Rotary. He is now a Paul Harris Fellow.  Congratulations Rich! Our club is very excited to have Rich join us.  He is an enthusiastic and generous member and we welcome his strong participation in the coming months and years.  Kudos Rich!
  May 09, 2022 - Dr Stuart Rosebrook, Editor of TrueWest Magazine gave us a good overview of his and his families' involvement in Arizona.  He told us about the founding of TrueWest Magazine and about the very positive impact movies and television shows have had on Arizona's tourism economy. He mentioned several well known movies and the list can be seen by watching his presentation, HERE.
May 02, 2022 - Meridith Potts, told us about the Work and Mission of FIRE—the Flagstaff International Relief Effort. Meridith is president elect of the Flagstaff Rotary Club and has been involved with FIRE for over 15 years. FIRE is working to overcome hepatitus in Mongolia.  Her presentation can be seen HERE.
 April 18, 2022 - Jeanie Morgan and Alan Cady from The Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona (TRVFA) gave us an update on donations received and grants awarded. They were optimistic that this would be a good year. Dave and Tyler from the Kyrene Rotary club presented them a check for $2,000.
 April 11, 2022 - Lucien Taal - an exchange student with the Kyrene Rotary Club in 2013, gave us an update on what he is doing and an outline of his thesis. His thesis involved interviewing many exchange students and developing an understanding of the impact of culture, language, and personal experience on one's view of the world.  His presentation can be seen HERE. Machel feels like he is another son and is very proud of him. The entire club agrees that he is a very impressive and likeable young man. We hope he will come and visit us when he gets the chance.
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Kyrene Rotary Golf Classic 2022
 Next Golf Tournament
Saturday September 24 
7:30 Tee time
Papago  Golf Course
Upcoming Speakers
Aug 01, 2022
Past Speakers
Jun 27, 2022

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