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WEDNESDAYS, 12:00 NOON - 1:20 PM
Meetings are held at Tucson Convention Center
260 S. Church Avenue
Tucson, AZ  85701 (USA)
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Of the things we think, say or do

1.  Is it the TRUTH?

2.  Is it FAIR to all concerned?


4.  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

With the Four-Way Test as our guide, the Rotary Club of Tucson is an indispensable resource for our community, and provides our members a remarkable return on their investment of skills, time, and resources.

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Will discuss the relationship and development of the Church and City in Tucson:  How the Cathedral Square renovation might contribute to the renewal of downtown.
Gerald F. Kicanas, D.D. - Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Tucson ~ Biography
Ministry as Bishop
Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas was ordained Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago on March 20, 1995 and served as Episcopal Vicar of Vicariate I. He was appointed Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of Tucson on October 30, 2001. Bishop Kicanas was installed as Bishop of Tucson on March 7, 2003 and became Bishop Emeritus on November 20, 2017. Bishop Kicanas served as the Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Las Cruces, New Mexico, 2018 to 2019.
Ministry as Priest
Ordained a priest on April 27, 1967, Bishop Kicanas has served in various capacities in the seminary system of the Archdiocese of Chicago for over 25 years, preparing men for parish ministry. He served as Religion Teacher and Counselor for five years and then Principal for ten years of a secondary school of 800 boys. In 1984 he was appointed Rector of Mundelein Seminary at the University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, Illinois, which is the graduate level seminary of the Archdiocese.
Other Ministries
Over the years Bishop Kicanas has served as:
  • Director of the Catholic Chaplaincy Program of the Cook County, IL Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, Chicago
  • Caseworker for Catholic Charities
  • Chaplain for the Chicago Parental School
  • Lecturer in Counseling Psychology and Community and Organizational Development at Loyola University
  • Episcopal Liaison to the National Association for Lay Ministry
He has conducted Convocations, Retreats and Missions for Bishops, Priests, Deacons and Laity in many dioceses in the U.S.
Current Involvements
Bishop Kicanas is currently Vice Chancellor of the Catholic Extension Society, and Chair of the Mission Committee. Bishop Kicanas is the Chair of the Board of the National Catholic Education Association. He is a member of the Board of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., the USCCB Committee on Catholic Education, Bishop Consultant to the Subcommittee on Africa, and member of the Subcommittee for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. He is a member of the Board of the Bethlehem University Foundation. He is the Episcopal Liaison to the Catholic Cemetery Conference, and Chair of the Subcommittee on Certification for Ecclesial Ministry and Service. He is a member of the Catholic Relief Services Foundation Board.
John Shaheen ~ Biography
John serves as Property and Insurance Director for the Diocese of Tucson, where he has responsibility for the oversight and administration of all real property and buildings of the Diocese as well as administration of its property and casualty insurance program.  Before that, he was employed by Home Planners, Inc. where he served as Director of Architecture and Designer Relations. Earlier, he had been employed by Unistrut Corporation where he was the Manager of Design and Engineering of space-frame projects.
Holding a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University, John has spent much of his career as an architect. In this role, his body of work for the diocese has included the design of Santa Catalina Parish Church and Prayer Garden, Our Lady of La Salette Mission addition in Double Adobe, Our Lady of La Vang Shrine, and Garden of Our Ancestors at All Faiths Cemetery.
John and his wife, Kathy, have been residents of Oro Valley for 31 years. Their son Mike is a graduate of the University of Arizona and is now teaching music. Their daughter Bethany is also a graduate of the University of Arizona and has taught at San Miguel High School for the past 7 years.
Adia Barnes was introduced as Arizona's head women's basketball coach on April 4, 2016 and agreed to a contract extension to lead the program through 2026 in May of 2021. The leading scorer in Arizona women’s basketball history and a WNBA Champion, Barnes came to Tucson after serving as an assistant coach at the University of Washington for five seasons.
Barnes led the Wildcats to the National Championship game in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, the first time Arizona advanced past the Sweet 16 in school history.
Through her first five seasons as head coach, Barnes has won 89 games, the most of any Arizona coach in program history in their first five seasons. She is also the only coach in school history to win at least 20 games three times in her first five seasons.
In her fifth season, Barnes was a finalist for the WBCA Coach of the Year and was a semifinalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year. Heading into the NCAA Tournament, she became the 11th coach to play and coach in the NCAA Tournament at their alma mater. Once the Wildcats reached the National Championship game, she became the fourth coach to lead her alma mater to the title game.
Barnes became the youngest coach since 2014 to make the Final Four and was also the first coach since 2016 to reach the Final Four in their first five years as a head coach. She also helped Arizona become the first team ever to reach the National Championship game after missing the previous 10+ NCAA Tournaments.
During the NCAA Tournament, Arizona defeated UConn in the Final Four, which was the first time in school history Arizona knocked off both the No. 1 team in the nation as well as a 1-seed in the NCAA Tournament.
The Wildcats finished in second place in the loaded Pac-12, their highest finish since the 2003-04 season when Arizona won the Pac-10. During the year, Arizona swept the regular season series vs. Oregon for the first time in 10 years and also swept Oregon and Oregon State in the same weekend for the first time in 10 years.
Prior to becoming the head coach at Arizona, Barnes joined the staff at Washington in 2011 and helped boost the Huskies profile in the Pac-12 and nationally, culminating in a trip to the Final Four this year. After three seasons on staff, Barnes was promoted to recruiting coordinator, where she handled all aspects of recruiting including budget, compliance and planning, in addition to her role in player development.
A three-time all-conference selection and '98 graduate of Arizona, Barnes was voted USBWA first-team All-American and Pac-10 player of the year in 1997-98. Her 2,237 career points currently rank ninth on the Pac-12’s all-time scoring list. Following her collegiate career, Barnes played professionally for 12 seasons in the WNBA and overseas. She won a WNBA Championship with the Seattle Storm in 2004, was named to the Storm’s All-Decade Team, and also played for Cleveland, Minnesota and Sacramento. Her overseas career included stops in the Ukraine, Israel, Turkey, Russia and Italy.
A native of San Diego, Calif., Barnes is married to Salvo Coppa, who coached for 14 seasons prior to arriving at Arizona, including 10 professionally in Italy and with three separate national teams. She is also the mother of one son, Matteo and one daughter, Capri.
Col Joseph C. Turnham is the Commander of the 355th Wing, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.  He is responsible for one of the largest installations and flying operations in the United States Air Force, with 34 mission partners, more than 46,000 personnel, 152 aircraft, and 51 billion dollars in assets.  He is responsible for organizing, training, and equipping a wing comprised of 25 squadrons.  The wing provides A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft for close air support and forward air control, combat support, and medical forces for combatant commander requirements worldwide.  The 355th Wing also provides combat search and rescue personnel recovery capabilities through the employment of HC-130J Combat King IIs, HH-60G Pave Hawks, and Guardian Angel weapon systems. The wing has units at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. and Nellis AFB, Nev.  The 355th Wing is also responsible for training A-10C pilots for the entire Total Force and is the Air Combat Command executive agent for Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces and Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty compliance.

Randy looks forward to sharing with the Rotary Club of Tucson the state of the real estate market today. In addition, Randy will talk about the history of the association as TAR is celebrating their 100th birthday in 2021.


Randy Rogers, CEO
Tucson Association of REALTORS®
Multiple Listing Service of Southern Arizona

Randy Rogers brings over 25 years of experience strategically building teams and leading organizations to successfully achieve their goals and objectives. Randy joined as the new CEO of Tucson Association of REALTORS®, Multiple Listing Service of Southern Arizona and Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation on June 26, 2017.

My journey into Rotary might surprise you.
On July 1, 1993, with Larry Kent as my sponsor, I became a member.  The amazing Don Shropshire was our Club President and his legendary bow ties, coupled with his flying across the room as Superman, remain engrained as wonderfully positive memories.
Those were the days when Rotary had tight classifications for membership; weighty attendance standards; fines for just about anything; a rowdy table; the 11:30 cocktail club;  everyone wore a Rotary pin daily, and we had close to 300 members.
Wednesday June 30th is a scheduled DARK DAY, there is no luncheon meeting.  Our next regular scheduled meeting is July 7th at the Tucson Convention Center.  We want to wish all of you a Safe and Happy 4th of July.  Enjoy and we'll see you on the 7th at the TCC as we start the new Rotary Year (2021-22)!!!
Jedd Fisch ~ Biography
Jedd Fisch became the Head Coach of Arizona Football in December 2020. He has extensive experience in coaching professional football as well as doing so at the collegiate level. His role just before coming to UA was serving as Quarterbacks Coach for the New England Patriots under the legendary Bill Belichick. He had previously been a coach with the Rams, Broncos, Seahawks,Texans, and Jaguars - 13 years in the NFL. He has had widespread experience in coaching college teams over an 8-year period in the diverse conferences of PAC-12, Big Ten, and ACC.
Originally from New Jersey, Coach Fisch earned his degree in Criminology at the University of Florida where he met Steve Spurrier and was introduced to the profession that would become his career.
He and his wife Amber have 3 daughters.
The Club will hold a Replacement/Social Mixer on TUESDAY, 6/15/21 at the Sands Club, UA, 565 N. Cherry Avenue, Fl. 5 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  This Mixer will be a replacement meeting for our Wednesday 6/16/21 lunch meeting. This evening will be loads of fun with the facility being exclusive to our club.  We look forward to seeing you there!!
"This is an excellent opportunity to introduce potential new members to the Club!"
When people think of America’s space program, the states of Texas and Florida often come to mind. Although often ignored in movies, books, and pop culture, Arizona has played a critical role in space exploration. Arizona’s landscape, people, and universities have played a significant role in making scientific discoveries about the universe, sending astronauts to the Moon, and preparing uncrewed missions to explore other worlds. David Turpie will discuss Arizona’s role in space exploration and show images from the Arizona History Museum’s new exhibit called “Ready to Launch: Arizona’s Place in Space.”
Nick Gallardo ~ Biography
Hailing from the Wild-Wild West (Tucson, AZ), Nick Gallardo is an international entertainer who has traveled the world and been a featured performer on well over 40+ Celebrity cruises, playing tribute to the iconic Frankie Valli. Also, as a founding member of the retro-inspired group, Not Fade Away, Nick has toured the United States lending his nuanced talents to the spirit of Ritchie Valens amongst others.
Nick got his start in music, with the Internationally famous, Tucson Boys Chorus, where he learned how to do trick-rodeo roping, a skill he still uses to this day (if you twist his arm).  Some of Nick’s favorite highlights include performances with Linda Ronstadt, Richard Kline, Shirley Jones, and after today…THE TUCSON ROTARY CLUB. 
The Club will hold a Replacement/Social Mixer on WEDNESDAY, 5/26/21 at Brother John's Beer, Bourbon & BBQ, 1801 N. Stone Avenue, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  This Mixer will be a replacement meeting for our Wednesday 5/26/21 lunch meetingLet's all have some fun and fellowship on Wednesday.  If you have any questions, please contact the Rotary office.
"This is an excellent opportunity to introduce potential new members to the Club!"

Juan Ciscomani ~ Biography

Juan Ciscomani serves as Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s Senior Advisor for Regional and International Affairs, where he oversees the operations of the Governor’s Southern Arizona Office and the work in Northern Arizona. He also serves at the Vice Chair of the Arizona-Mexico Commission, leads the governor’s efforts internationally, and is the governor’s liaison with all foreign diplomatic offices in Arizona. Married to Laura, they have Zoe, Juan IV, Kenneth, Lily, Lucas and Gloria as their proudest accomplishments.

Robert Stieve ~ Biography

Robert Stieve is the editor of Arizona Highways magazine. He’s been serving in that role since April 2007. Prior to his arrival at Arizona Highways, he served as editor of PHOENIX magazine for eight years, and another three years as managing editor. He’s worked for several newspapers and radio stations around the country, and was a speechwriter at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. In addition to his work at Arizona Highways, he’s an adjunct professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, and he serves as a board member of the Cronkite School. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from the Cronkite School and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Marshall University.

(This Program will be presented via Zoom)

Veteran Arizona gymnastics assistant coach, John Court recently completed his second season as the program's head coach in 2020.  He earned the full-time of head coach in March of 2018 after earlier  named the interim head coach in August of 2017.  Previously, Court was on the Wildcats staff for 19 seasons under previous head coach Bill Ryden and Tabitha Yim. 
Before coaching at Arizona, Court spent five years at the University of Vermont, his last three years 1995-98 serving as head coach.  During those years, he was named ECAC Coach of the Year twice.  Prior to Vermont, Court spent two years as an assistant coach at Brown University under his mother and legendary gymnastics coach Jackie Court, who coached for 33 years.  Court is a 1993 graduate of Johnson & Wales University with a B.S. in marketing.  He received his master's degree in public/athletic administration from the University of Vermont in 1995.
Doug Hockstad ~ Biography
Doug Hockstad is the Assistant Vice President of the University of Arizona’s technology commercialization organization, Tech Launch Arizona. Doug joined UArizona in 2013, initially directing the IP and licensing function, with more than 25 years’ experience in high tech markets. His career began in the software market, including both established companies and startups, and moved on to tech transfer at the University of Michigan, last serving as Associate Director of Software & Engineering Licensing focusing on software and copyright IP. Doug also served on the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) Board of Directors, helping to set the strategic direction of the AUTM organization.
Our Home Hospitality events are this week, April 18th through the 24th.  These social events will replace our Wednesday, April 21st lunch meeting.  We want to thank all the members who have graciously volunteered to open up their homes and host an event.  This is a wonderful way to relax, meet fellow Rotarians outside of the lunch meeting and have some fun.  If you have any questions or need assistance, please call the Rotary office - 623-2281.  Again, these events take the place of our lunch meeting on April 21st.  Our next regular lunch meeting will be held on Wednesday, 4/28/21 at Westward Look.  Please make sure to register on the Website under Upcoming Events.
Stephen Paul's program will be illustrating the history and the malting whiskey making process of Whiskey Del Bac, by Hamilton Distillers.
Stephen‌ ‌Paul‌ ~ Bio‌graphy ‌
Stephen‌ ‌Paul‌ ‌grew‌ ‌up‌ ‌traipsing‌ ‌around‌ ‌the‌ ‌Sonoran‌ ‌Desert.‌  ‌After‌ ‌a‌ ‌degree‌ ‌in‌ ‌Education‌ ‌and‌ ‌teaching‌ ‌environmental‌ ‌education‌ ‌for‌ ‌eight‌ ‌years,‌ ‌he‌ ‌attended‌ ‌two‌ ‌years‌ ‌of‌ ‌architecture‌ ‌school‌ ‌and‌ ‌restored‌ ‌multiple‌ ‌adobe‌ ‌homes‌ ‌in‌ ‌Tucson’s‌ ‌Barrio‌ ‌Viejo.‌ ‌He‌ ‌founded‌ ‌and‌ ‌ran‌ ‌Arroyo‌ ‌Design‌ ‌for‌ ‌30‌ ‌years‌ ‌with‌ ‌his‌ ‌wife‌ ‌Elaine.‌  ‌Arroyo‌ ‌Design‌ ‌was‌ ‌a‌ ‌nationally‌ ‌recognized‌ ‌and‌ ‌much-published‌ ‌furniture‌ ‌design‌ ‌and‌ ‌manufacturing‌ ‌company‌ ‌that‌ ‌specialized‌ ‌in‌ ‌the‌ ‌visually‌ ‌beautiful‌ ‌but‌ ‌challenging‌ ‌mesquite‌ ‌wood‌ ‌native‌ ‌to‌ ‌Paul’s‌ ‌Sonoran‌ ‌Desert.‌   ‌In‌ ‌2011‌ ‌he‌ ‌and‌ ‌his‌ ‌daughter‌ ‌Amanda‌ ‌founded‌ ‌Hamilton‌ ‌Distillers,‌ ‌makers‌ ‌of‌ ‌Whiskey‌ ‌Del‌ ‌Bac,‌ ‌based‌ ‌on‌ ‌the‌ ‌premise‌ ‌of‌ ‌making‌ ‌a‌ ‌truly‌ ‌Southwestern‌ ‌American‌ ‌Single-Malt‌ ‌Whiskey,‌ ‌using‌ ‌a‌ ‌mesquite‌ ‌fire‌ ‌to‌ ‌dry‌ ‌malt‌ ‌instead‌ ‌of‌ ‌a‌ ‌peat‌ ‌fire.‌ ‌
Strengthening the Bonds between People, Place and Purpose in a Time of Social Distancing.
To date, SAACA - the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance - has created over 200,000 arts-driven experiences, from innovative community festivals and cultural celebrations to creative sector development, and accessible arts enrichment programs. Matt will share an introduction to their community collaborations and programming; a look at how COVID-19 has impacted their programs and the arts and culture sector at large; creative adaptations taking place; and what we are seeing as the future of adaptation for artists, creatives, musicians, and makers.
Matt Rolland ~ Biography
In addition to being a touring musician and recording artist, Matt Rolland of Tucson, Arizona, is the Director of Programs at SAACA (Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance) and serves on the Board of the Tucson Folk Festival. As Director of Programs, Matt oversees SAACA’s community programs and outreach, ranging from chalk art festivals, mural commissions, to concert series and culinary festivals, and also manages their new 14,000 square feet collaborative arts space CATALYST Arts & Maker Space at Tucson Mall which opened in December 2019.
Cliff Bowman is the Chair for the 14th Annual Tucson Classics Car Show.  Cliff will wrap-up 2020's Car Show by recognizing our generous sponsors and recapping the Show's results including ticket sales and virtual auction results.  We will also hear presentations from Make Way for Books and Pima JTED, and then the club will present our charities with the proceeds from the Car Show!
Biography – Cliff Bowman
Cliff Bowman is the Chair of the 14th Annual Tucson Classics Car Show.  Cliff is the Lead A-10 Pilot Instructor for AviX, Inc., instructing Davis-Monthan A-10 attack pilots in formal classroom and simulator environments.  Cliff served on active duty in the Air Force for 20 years and has over 3,000 flying hours in the A-10 Warthog including over 500 combat hours.  Cliff has been a member of the Rotary Club of Tucson since 2008 and is a Past President, 2017-2018.  Cliff is a graduate of the University of Arizona, and, although he did not attend Salpointe, Cliff serves on Salpointe's Athletic Committee.  More importantly, Cliff's wife, Kathleen, and their four children are all Salpointe graduates.
Tucson's designation as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy is based not only on our 4,000 years of agriculture, or on our great restaurant food, but also on our community cooperation to support local farmers and teach kids and adults to grow some of their own food.
Carolyn Niethammer ~ Biography
Carolyn Niethammer learned to love and understand the West growing up in a small-town Northern Arizona. She has spent her life writing about the foods and people of the Southwest in award-winning ethnobotanies, cookbooks, and biographies. She leads Tucson gastronomy tours covering everything from edible wild plants to the latest farm-to-table restaurant offerings with heritage ingredients. Her latest book, "A Desert Feast, Celebrating Tucson's Culinary Heritage" is an answer to why Tucson was named A UNESCO City of Gastronomy.
Rotary Club of Tucson is celebrating its Centennial (1921-2021) and at our March 17th meeting, an overview will be provided of the events and happenings from our Centennial Committee.  Here is the schedule of presentations for the meeting:
Jim Lubinski – Overview of where we started, where we are and where we are going
Jon Wang – Brief Discussion of Club History
Rick Rose – Centennial Video Preview
Lee Olitzky – Centennial Event
Michele Hatch – Auction, Description and Solicitations
Joni Condit – Car Show, Car Reveal and Raffle
Jim Lubinski, the Centennial Chair joined our Club in 2003.  He served as Club President in 2012-2013.  Jim was the Foundation President 2016-2018 and is currently our Centennial Chair.  He is VP-CFO at Bookmans.
Our Replacement/Social Mixer is the evening of March 10th.  Back by popular demand, this mixer will be held at Proof on the patio (St. Philip's Plaza), 4340 N. Campbell Avenue from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.   Due to COVID-19 Guidelines, the event is limited to 48 people.  We will follow all the safety guidelines (masks, hand sanitizer, distancing, and signed waivers will be needed from all those attending who have not previously submitted).  Guests are invited, the fee is $20 and will be billed to your account.  If you have any questions, please call the Rotary office.
Let's have some fun!  Please remember, there is NO LUNCH MEETING on March 10th.
Dean Jones will discuss the effects of the pandemic on higher education.
John Paul Jones III
Don Bennett Moon Dean
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
University of Arizona
John Paul “JP” Jones III (Ph.D. Ohio State University) is a Professor of Geography and Development and the Don Bennett Moon Dean of the University of Arizona’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS). SBS is known as the UA’s “People College” in recognition of the over 500 faculty who study human technologies, histories, institutions, ideas, cultures, literatures, and personal and social relationships. SBS is intellectually diverse: among its faculty are poets and philosophers, as well as computer scientists and dendrochronologists.

Sheriff Chris Nanos ~ Biography

As the chief law enforcement officer in Pima County my duties are delineated pursuant to A.R.S. § 11-441, I am responsible for preserving the peace in all the unincorporated areas of the county; responsible for the custody of the county jail and care of prisoners; serving the superior court orders and warrants throughout the county; the collection of delinquent taxes; and the conducting or coordinating within the county of search and rescue operations involving the life or health of any person. I am responsible for coordinating county law enforcement efforts with those cities and towns located within the county boundaries. The office of sheriff upholds all laws written in the United States Constitution. I am responsible for a multi-million-dollar budget and my department is comprised of nearly 1500 highly qualified, trained, and committed employees complemented by over 400 volunteers who provide support throughout the organization.

(This lunch meeting will be in the Casa Luna Room indoors and the speaker will be presenting by Zoom)
Biography ~ Emily Anne Gullickson

Emily Anne is the Founder and CEO of A for Arizona, bringing a unique background of executive, advocacy, legal, and teaching experience to the organization.

Prior to launching A for Arizona as a standalone 501(c)(3), Emily Anne served as the Chief Executive Officer at the Arizona Chamber Foundation and Executive Director of the A for Arizona initiative. Emily Anne played a leading role in growing the two-person research shop into a thriving foundation with three major initiatives including A for Arizona, Chamber Business News, and the Arizona Industry Fellows. Under her direction, the Foundation published critical policy briefs and research on topics dedicated to expanding economic opportunity in Arizona such as K-12 education reform, water and the Drought Contingency Plan, and trade with a focus on the USMCA and its impact on Arizona. At A for Arizona, Emily Anne designed, implemented, and facilitated first-of-their-kind initiatives and solutions to rapidly increase the number of low-income students attending Arizona’s top-performing public schools.

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Rotary Club of Tucs
the 15th Annual
Tucson Classics Car Show
Saturday, October 16, 2021
on the grounds of
The Gregory School!
Bishop Jerry Kicanas
Aug 04, 2021
Cathedral Square
Kathy Prather
Aug 11, 2021
JTED - Transformational Innovative Learning
David Yettman
Aug 18, 2021
PBS - In the Americas
Fletcher McCusker
Aug 25, 2021
Rio Nuevo - Downtown Update
Henrietta "Hank" Huisking
Sep 01, 2021
District 5500 Happenings
Bonnie Schock
Sep 08, 2021
Fox Theatre
Zach Yentzer
Sep 15, 2021
Tucson Young Professionals
Diana Madaras and Lisa Bates
Sep 22, 2021
Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc.
Joni Condit
Oct 06, 2021
Car Show Meeting
General Ted Maxwell
Oct 13, 2021
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