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Superstition Mountain

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:10 PM
Gold Canyon Golf Resort
6100 S. Kings Ranch Road
Gold Canyon, AZ 85118
United States of America
Highlights of September 16 Meeting
Our speaker was Luis Coronado from Alchemy Tech, Inc. Alchemy Tech provides tech support services to individuals and businesses. The services they provide to individuals include helping make a slow computer run faster, troubleshooting error messages, repairing viruses and removing harmful spyware, installing software and helping you learn how to get the most out of programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and others. They'll even help you pick out a new computer and transfer all of your data. They've been in business for 16 years and have offices in Chicago and Mesa. Luis recommended using the following four apps to keep your computer healthy: CCleaner, Malware Bytes, Super Anti Spyware and Avast Antivirus. For more information, you can visit their website (http://www.alchemytech.com/basicinfo) or call Luis directly at 480-243-8324.
Upcoming Service Opportunities
Ed Shockley announced that our next service project will be helping the Food Bank with a food distribution drive-through on October 7 from 5:15 - 8:15 p.m. We'll be in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot at 2891 W. Apache Trail in Apache Junction.
Well be having a supply drive for the Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA) over the next couple of weeks. Items they need include laundry detergent, fabric softener, bleach, toilet paper, paper towels, tissues, baby wipes, disinfecting wipes or spray, household cleaner, hand sanitizer, lotion, shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, disposable gloves, non-perishable food items. You can bring them with you to the meeting, or contact Ed Shockley to make other arrangements.
Highlights of September 2 Meeting

We had an exciting official visit with District Governor Elizabeth Mahoney. She even brought her own life-sized logo doors!
We learned from her the meaning of the color of each door: the red represents Rotaract, the yellow is for Interact and the blue is for Rotary. The logo "Rotary Opens Opportunities" refers to the opportunities we open by giving back to our community, as well as the opportunities Rotary opens for us.
Elizabeth praised our club's generosity, with $231,118 ($515 per member) in total giving to the Rotary Foundation. She also talked about things happening around the world that we helped with while we were sleeping, including her short-notice trip chaperoning 5 Arizona high school students who delivered wheel chairs to polio victims in Kenya. This year, the district has given out $1.7 million in global grants and $90,000 in district grants, all of which we contributed to.
Elizabeth urged us to focus on our vision for 2020-21 by thinking about how we can continue to open opportunities for each other and the community we serve, and to also think about what we want to be known for and what we need to do to take us in that direction.
President Harvey Clark and District Governor Elizabeth Mahoney presented a posthumous Paul Harris Fellow to Dorothy Homann, in honor of her husband, long-time Rotarian, Bob Homann. Bob believed Rotary had a great mission in service and served Rotary in multiple clubs and capacities: Assistant District Governor, President, Treasurer, Secretary and Newsletter Editor.
His impact and dedication to the community and his positive spirit epitomized the Rotary vision of “SERVICE ABOVE SELF”. The people whose lives he touched and his accomplishments within the communities of Gold Canyon and Apache Junction, Morehead, Minnesota and Forest City, Iowa set an example for Rotarians everywhere.
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Jeffrey Mitchell
    September 9
  • B. Dean Holmes
    Rose Holmes
    September 3
Join Date:
  • Sharon Boyd
    September 1, 2007
    13 years
  • Brian Kabat
    September 17, 2014
    6 years

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