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Meetings are held at Tucson Convention Center
260 S. Church Avenue
Tucson, AZ  85701 (USA)
Rotary Office:  520-623-2281
 
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Animal Experts Inc. was established in 1991 by Marc Hammond and Jeff Carver. They have been working with wildlife and domestic animals for over 40 years. Their company offers a unique service that humanely captures and removes wildlife. This includes mice, bats, rats, squirrels, pigeons, javelina, raccoons, skunks, bobcats, and much more.

In addition to wildlife, they offer preventative maintenance services and education that prevents unwanted wildlife from entering your home and establishing residence on your property. Their passion is doing wildlife presentations on wildlife safety prevention and wildlife conservation. They believe that education is the key to creating a balance in our ecosystem in order for humans to live with wildlife. They practice what they preach by posting weekly videos on social media about the animals they’ve captured, their relevance to the ecosystem, and fun facts about the animal.

Marc and Jeff had the opportunity to educate millions of viewers by being featured on 9 episodes of National Geographic’s “Animal Extractors”. Several years later they were featured on 8 episodes of Nat Geo Wild’s “When Nature Calls”. They’ve been featured on three separate wildlife documentaries on wolves, badgers, and “how roadrunners eat rattlesnakes”. There is nothing they love more than being on all four local news stations. They love sharing exciting animal stories and giving advice to the community they love and adore.

Remember: Since Wednesday, 6/12/24 is the second week of the month, there will be no lunch meeting at the TCC. 
 
At our next lunch meeting on 6/19/24, we are looking forward to a wonderful presentation by Marc Hammond and Jeff Carver from Animal Experts, Inc.  Hope you can attend this meeting.
On June 5th, by popular demand, the MIX & MINGLE returns! Feedback from our past survey indicated that some of the greatest values of Rotary membership were camaraderie and networking. Be it personal or professional, it seems there is always a Rotarian who can help. Members found it difficult to get to know each other given the time constraints of our regular meetings, so Mix and Mingle was added to the roster.
 
In lieu of a scheduled speaker, we will have guided questions to be discussed at the tables between members. This will be a fun opportunity to get to know each other better, as well as learn some things you “might not know.” I hope you plan to attend and be prepared to have some fun.
 
YIR,
PE Kurtis Dawson
The theme for our mixer on Wednesday, May 29th is to meet all of our new members who joined our remarkable club during the March Madness campaign.  We are asking all the new members to please attend and get to know your fellow Tucson Rotary Club members.  They are anxious to meet you and you’ll find they are really nice people!
 
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On Wednesday, May 29th, we will be holding a Replacement/Social Mixer at The Eddy Hotel, 4626 N. Campbell Avenue from 5:30 p.m. ~ 7:30 p.m.  All must register for the event on the Club website www.tucsonrotary.org, Good food and No Host Bar.  Remember this will replace our lunch meeting on Wednesday, May 29th.  Please call the office if you have any questions or need assistance with registering.
 
Don't miss this fun evening with your fellow Rotarians!
As Chief Executive Officer of Mosaic Quarter Development, Frank Knott oversees all aspects of Mosaic Quarter and is using his expertise to improve the sporting and entertainment experience for all ages in Pima County. Frank is the 4th generation of his family to manage the Knott Development business, the owner of Mosaic Quarter Development. Frank brings a unique perspective to facility and infrastructure development combining his construction and development management experience with a decade of serving as a structured and real estate finance lawyer. His execution of Mosaic Quarter with Pima County has come alive with an extraordinary plan to build a premier sports and entertainment complex for everyone throughout the region to enjoy.
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