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Rotary Club of
Tucsotarian - June 3, 2020
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Next Virtual Meeting is June 4th
We meet:
WEDNESDAYS, 12:00 NOON - 1:20 PM
DoubleTree Hotel
445 S Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ  85711
United States
(520) 623-2281
Effective Infection Control Practices at Work and Home
In this webinar, Dr. Kelly Reynolds, a disease transmission expert, will share scientific and quantitative data about how infectious germs and viruses are transmitted in the workplace and at home.  Dr. Reynolds will provide essential infection control tips on how to stay safe at work. Information shared in this webinar will focus on best practices for maximizing environmental hygiene as businesses re-open and empower participants to minimize potential health risks to their family members by establishing standard safety practices.
Kelly Reynolds ~ Biography
Dr. Reynolds is Professor and Chair of the Department of Community, Environment and Policy; Program Director of Environmental Health Sciences at the Zuckerman College of Public Health, and Director of the Environment, Exposure Science and Risk Assessment Center at the University of Arizona. She has over 33 years of experience in academia- specializing in tracking the movement of microbes in indoor environments and developing predictive risk assessment models for determining how germs spread and the impact of hygiene interventions.  Dr. Reynolds has served as a principal investigator on numerous projects and published over 375 journal articles, book chapters, and professional reports. In the last year, her work was featured in over 50 popular media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed and the Huffington Post. Most recently she co-founded the HITS (Healthcare Infection Transmission Systems) Consortium, utilizing her expertise in integrating academic research teams with medical personnel, clinical diagnostic laboratories, patients, industries and other stakeholders for a multidisciplinary approach toward research, communication and management efforts in infection prevention.
Rotary Zoom Meeting Schedule 

Stay connected with members through our Zoom meetings which are set up and ready to take place!  These meetings will allow us to connect and have fellowship.  Join as many as you can, as often as you can.  The schedule is below - SEE YOU ON THE SCREEN!



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Tues Zoom Meeting #1 – Wake up with Bob!

Topic/Theme:   President Bob Logan and Rotary 101 – 

Questions and Answers – What is the latest within our Rotary Club?

(The theme will change each week)

Time:               9:30 — 10:15 AM

Guests:           All Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Tucson are invited

 Day:                Every Tuesday morning, weekly through May 27th

Wake Up with Bob!:

Meeting ID:      751 6059 1350

Password:         057204

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Wed Zoom Meeting #2 -- Lunch with Jeff Ronstadt 

(every week-Wednesday)

Topic/Theme:   Friendly Chat and Current Events

Time:               12:30 — 1:15 PM

Guests:           All Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Tucson are invited

 Day:                Every Wednesday at lunch, recurring weekly through May 27th

Lunch with Rondo:

Meeting ID:      942 6624 2888

Password:         P30tyl


Wed Zoom Meeting #3 -- "Hump Day" Happy Hour with Mark Irvin 

(every week-Wednesday)

I have set it up where only those with computer video are able to join in (no phones).  All microphones are set to mute when they initially join.  As host I will remind guests to unmute when needed but to keep the mute on when they are not talking.  

As discussed, the Zoom app is not needed but it sure makes it easier for everyone and is free.  Anyway, here are my weekly meeting details. 

Topic:  “Hump Day” Cocktails with Irv 

Time:   5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Guests:           All Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Tucson are invited

Day:                Every Wednesday, recurring weekly through May 27th

Cocktails with Irv Link:  

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Thurs Zoom Meeting #4 -- Happy Hour with President Elect Jennifer Hoffman (every week-Thursday)

Topic: Thursday Happy Hour with Jennifer Hoffman

Time: 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM

Guests: All Rotarians and guests from the Rotary Club of Tucson are invited

Day:                 Every Thursday, recurring weekly through May 27th

Cocktails with Jenn Link:

Meeting ID:      870 8010 1907

Password:         7ptYEv


Pics from Mark Irvin's and Jennifer Hoffman's Zoom Meetings last week:

New Member Spotlight ~ Ann Marsh
Who was your Sponsor?
Sponsor: Chuck Saywer / Mentor: Bob Shaff
Where were you born?  Where did you grow up?
Born: Brawley California Grew Up: Calipatria, CA, So Pasadena, CA but from 4th grade on in Banning, CA near Palm Springs
Where did you go to school?  Your Alma Mater?
AA: Cottey College; Nevada, MO BA in Spanish: Mexico City College (Universidad de las Americas) Graduate work: University of Redlands, CA
Tell us about your career (s).
1961-67: Spanish teacher; San Bernardino, CA 1980-82: elementary and jr. high teacher; Holy Family Catholic School 1982-89: Spanish teacher; Sacramento area and Roseville, CA
How can your experiences help other club members?
I have been involved in Rotary from Club to District to International level since 1971 through my first DG husband Richard and then myself when I became a Rotarian at Tucson Sunrise in 1999.
What accomplishment (s) are you most proud of?
My beautiful family, my friends, my Catholic faith, and my perseverance and tenacity.
What are your hobbies...your favorite things to do?
Reading, dancing, playing piano, fiber arts, cooking, entertaining, movies, theater, and anything British or old Western.
What would surprise people to know abut you?
My paternal grandfather fought for the North in the Civil War, was wounded twice, and lived to settle in Mississippi. My grandfather was 50 when my dad was born and my dad was 50 when I was born.
What has been your best "Rotary Moment"?
Being involved in a very big project when my first husband was a District Governor in California and Nevada. After much work with a DG in Acapulco, crate after crate of medical supplies, including a fully equipped ambulance, was all transported to Acapulco by a Mexican naval vessel. A couple of years later, the same Acapulco DG was seriously injured in an automobile accident on his way back from Mexico City, and the ambulance that was the only one available to aid him was the very same one from the project. Our service as Rotarians has a huge impact that we sometimes never see, but sometimes we do! Haven't been here long enough yet to adequately answer this one.
What is the best part of Rotary...for YOU?
Being a Rotarian, an organization that serves and gives people a hand up. Our organization serves the people of the world by taking part in eradicating polio, putting in water systems, helping with education, working in peace and conflict resolution…..and so much more. We make a much bigger impact because we are over one million strong.
Please take some time to introduce yourself to ANN MARSH... WELCOME ANN!!
Help Wanted!
Wow. It’s been several months since we went live with the Rotary Club of Tucson Jobs Board and then our world changed. With tens of millions of Americans out of work, some permanently, there are likely many folks looking for jobs in Tucson. We suspect that many of you that have adapted to a changed environment may have some new openings as well.
We wanted to remind you that the Jobs Board is a site for use only by our members, Rotaractors, Interactors and our immediate family. You can post job openings, and those looking for employment for themselves or family members can post their resumes.
Recall that the web site is moderated to prevent use by others, prevent abuse, and to ensure that all listings and resumes are complete, and appear to be accurate. You can access the site by going to our club’s site, and click on “member area” in the upper right portion of your screen. Please direct questions to Gary Hirsch, at
Admiral William McRaven Commencement Speech
Many of you have commented on the Admiral William McRaven commencement speech I included as a Rotary Inspiration in the May 20th virtual meeting.  That was just a six minute portion of the entire speech.  The entire commencement address was just over 19 mins long.  This speech is commonly considered one of the top 5 or 10 greatest speeches ever given.  If you have not seen it, I encourage you to slice out some time in your day to watch it.  It is very powerful.
Here is the link (the text of the speech is also listed in its’ entirety):
I hope you all had a wonderful Memorial Day holiday.
Bob Logan
RCOT YouTube Videos and Channel 
We hope you have been able to hop on YouTube to view our virtual meetings.  Rick Rose and his team at Film Creations has allowed our club to stay connected and have fellowship...virtually!  Thank you for the members who have come into film so we can see familiar faces during our meetings.  
There are two ways you can view our virtual meetings on YouTube.  The first way is to go to YouTube and type in Rotary Club Of Tucson.  You will be able to click on the video you wish to watch once they are posted.  Here is the link to do this:
The second way to view our meetings is to subscribe to our Rotary Club of Tucson YouTube Channel.  You can subscribe to the channel to view our virtual meeting videos once they are posted.  Here is the link to do this:
We look forward to when we can see each at a regular meeting.  Until then, stay safe and stay healthy.
Jun 04, 2020
UA College of Public Health ~ Expert on Viruses (Via Virtual Meeting)
Jun 17, 2020
BlueStone Venture Patners (Via Virtual Meeting)
Jun 24, 2020
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