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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Bob Knudsen
    May 18
  • Candace Lea
    May 22
  • Katheryn Tuberty
    May 27
  • Nancy Van Pelt
    May 29
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Betty Knudsen
    May 9
  • Lisa Lain
    May 22
  • LESLIE CHARLTON
    May 24
Anniversaries:
  • Brandon Montoya
    Erica Ryberg
    May 16
  • Linda Mast
    Bard Schatzman
    May 17
Join Date:
  • Suzanne Springer
    May 3, 2011
    11 years
  • Kenneth Caplin
    May 5, 1980
    42 years
  • Lori Dekker
    May 17, 2016
    6 years
  • Donna Phillips
    May 18, 2021
    1 year
  • Makayla Chadwick
    May 18, 2021
    1 year
  • Liberty Casarez
    May 21, 2019
    3 years
 

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Club Information
Welcome to our Club!
Prescott-Frontier

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Prescott Resort & Conference Center
1500 AZ-69, Prescott, AZ
Join our ZOOM Meetings
Prescott, AZ
United States of America
Phone:
(408) 639-9265
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Join our Weekly Meeting
in Person at the
Prescott Resort
& Conference Center
or on Zoom
 
Time: Tuesday at Noon
 
On May 10th join us for our speaker:
 
 
Robert Wertz
 PF Rotary Peacebuilders Committee
 
 
 
 
Join the Meeting Via Zoom
starting at 11:45am
 
Click on the link below:
 
Meeting ID: 96435558702     
Passcode: 816844
 
Visiting Rotarians, please note that lunch is now served as a buffet.
Please let the check in person know that you will be having lunch.
This week's menu: Steve Bracety Special!
 
 

Prescott Frontier Rotary is delighted to announce that this year's Grapes 4 Good garden party blew the corks off all previous events! On September 19, Watters Garden Center hosted the Rotary event, "A Garden Party," featuring 14 unique wines and artisan beers available for tasting, music with the The Bob Shimizu Trio, hors d'oeuvre pairing by El Gato Azul, live auction, and the cash drawing. A record 307 attendees were on hand to support the Rotary Math and Reading Clinic, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, Prescott High Path to Graduation, Bradshaw Mountain Interact Club, and more. Thanks to the hardworking hosts and a generous community, Grapes 4 Good raised $102,600, a 39% increase from their last garden party in 2019.

Prescott Frontier Rotary is a weekly gathering of community leaders who provide opportunities to serve others and benefit their community while promoting high ethical standards, fellowship, and goodwill in Prescott, Arizona, and worldwide.

 

"Rotary's Foundation will match our donations often 3 to 1 when a club member senses a community need. We can do much good with the money donated at this year's event," says Daniel Machado, this year's club president. Prescott Rotary Foundation donations are making our communities a better place to live. They helped restore emergency water to the town of Yarnell after a wildfire devastated the town. Books are donated every month of a child's life through age five with help from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, Rotary Shelterbox provides emergency shelters to support families who have lost their homes in disaster. PUSD Summer Math and the Reading program, a signature program for the club since the 1980s, and so much more.

Yavapai Food Neighbors project came to the Prescott area in 2014.  The needs in our community were great, far greater than most people might expect.  It’s estimated that as much as 32% of the Yavapai County population either face, or are at risk of, food insecurity, and that 1 in 3 children in Yavapai County face the same issues.  Presently in 2021, there are some 60 neighborhoods in the Prescott area who participate in food drives every two months, contributing about 20,000 pounds of food each time.

Each even-numbered month, the Neighborhood Coordinators collect the food donations and deliver it to the sorting point in the Walmart parking lot on Gail Gardner where it’s sorted and passed out to various food provider agencies. 

 

One of those agencies is Community Cupboard here in Prescott, where food is provided to about 3000 individuals each month.  Frontier Rotary has been helping on a regular basis with that food sort for the last 18 months. On Saturday, Aug. 14, there were 17 Rotarians helping to sort approximately 5000 pounds of food!  Frontier Rotary helps the Prescott community again! 

Why should YOU join this Rotary Club?  A few of the reasons are:  Friendship, Business Development, Personal Growth and Development, Leadership Development, Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the World, and FUN!  Join us as a guest on any Tuesday of the month and if you like what you see, ask for a membership packet.  You can also contact Membership Chair Linda Sweeney by clicking on the email link on this home page.

If you are just starting out in the local business world, or you are a seasoned veteran, you should be a Rotarian!

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