Rotary Club of
Tucsotarian - June 10, 2020
We meet:
WEDNESDAYS, 12:00 NOON - 1:20 PM
DoubleTree Hotel
445 S Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ  85711
United States
(520) 623-2281
Next Virtual Meeting ~ June 17th
Our next virtual meeting will be June 17th  - the link will be posted as soon as available.  In the meantime, if you haven't watched our past virtual meetings, please view anytime through our YouTube Channel.
Mystery Editor ~ 6/4/20
As we continue to navigate the current COVID-19 pandemic, President BOB LOGAN continues to shine through with his innovative ways to keep us engaged and informed.  A committee led by DARRELL STEWART is negotiating our contract renewal with the Doubletree.  DT has informed us that their parent company (Hilton) says we cannot have a meeting until our Governor has given the approval for group meetings of over 10 people.  Best news is that DT is reducing our meal cost for the year and agreements were reached about how many times they can move us into the Bonsai/Boojum rooms and what notice is required. 
President LOGAN reminded us to take part in the Zoom gatherings with MARK IRVIN, JENNIFER HOFFMAN, JEFF RONSTADT and President LOGAN, to “like” our U-Tube meeting site and he thanked more of our bulletin sponsors for their continued support:  Wellspring Financial (PAT ZUMBUSCH), EC Group (GLENN EWING), Cartridge World (CHUCK SAWYER), Ralph’s Moving & Storage (KATHLEEN WICKS), Wanslee Auto Sales (KEITH WIEGAND) and Film Creations (RICK ROSE).
He encouraged everyone to please answer the survey sent to you about returning to our meetings when they resume. 
President LOGAN’s goal of $40,000 raised for The Rotary Foundation Annual Fund is not quite there.  Please help out with a donation if you can.  If you donate to Polio Plus there is a two for one match to increase your impact.
Our Pledge was performed by Porky Pig (from 1939!) and the patriotic song with John Wayne and many old time stars chiming in.
Car Show Chair CLIFF BOWMAN brought us up to date on our show progress.  No, we still do not know if we will be able to have a show or not so we are moving forward as if “the show will go on”.  Team Leaders should be reviewing their tasks to prepare for the show and members should consider where they want to volunteer.  If worse-comes-to-worse, we will have the raffle without the show.  This makes ticket sales crucially important this year more than ever.  We are in the process of hiring a media specialist to set up a social media campaign to help us sell more tickets and our website is up and running to purchase tickets.  Please start selling now!  If you need physical tickets, contact ROGER HARWELL. 
Our speaker was DR. KELLY REYNOLDS (U of A College of Public Health) speaking about tracking of infections.  There is too much information to include in these minutes, so PLEASE review our RCT U-Tube presentation and a follow up with more of her presentation that could not be included in the meeting time frame.  She predicted it could be 18 months before a vaccine is available.
Birthday Rotarians celebrating virtually were:  NINA TRASOFF, PAT ZUMBUSCH, and DARRELL STEWART.  Happy Birthday you three!!
Remember to fill out your High Profile in ClubRunner and enjoy reading things you didn’t know about your fellow Rotarians (such as IRENE DECKER)!
President LOGAN reminisced about our wheel chair project pointing out other similar ones and what good they did in Mexico for disabled residents.  Those projects are good examples of Rotary’s power of service.
Around June 17th will be our next virtual meeting.  The speaker will be MARA ASPINALL, former President and CEO of Roche/Ventana Medical Systems.  The Change of Administration is planned for 6-27 at Hacienda Del Sol using social distancing, when we will thank President LOGAN for all his hard work this year and welcome incoming President JENNIFER HOFFMAN.
President LOGAN ended the meeting with another great quote and toast!
New Member Spotlight ~ Lynn Devou
Who was your Sponsor?
Sponsor: Ann Marsh
Where were you born?  Where did you grow up?
I was born in Fresno California. I grew up in the country south of Fresno.
Where did you go to school?  Your Alma Mater?
I went to Washington Union High School. I did not go to college.
Tell us about your career (s).
I have been doing Medical Billing since 1987.
How can your experiences help other club members?
I have had a lot of great experiences while I was a member in the San Jose Rotary Club for almost 19 years. I am always happy to share. I am also happy to share my fight against Breast Cancer with anyone who is faced with this and needs encouragement.
What accomplishment (s) are you most proud of?
While going through Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer I raised over $3000.00 for the Avon 39 mile walk for Breast cancer and then walked in the 2 day walk in San Francisco the day after I finished Radiation therapy.
What are your hobbies...your favorite things to do?
Golf , Reading, and Sewing
What would surprise people to know about you?
Although not a great golfer I have gotten a hole in one.
What has been your best "Rotary Moment"?
I went on a Rotaplast Mission to Venezuela. My last day there a little boy used his moms translator on her phone to say "Thank you for giving us our smiles."
What is the best part of Rotary...for YOU?
The opportunity to give back and the social aspect.
Please take some time to introduce yourself to LYNN DEVOU... WELCOME LYNN!!
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

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

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

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

Cocktails with Jenn Link:

Meeting ID:      870 8010 1907

Password:         7ptYEv


Rotary Golf Club
The golfers of the club, Bobby Larson, Jim Lubinski, Dave Eagleton, Jan Green, Rick Rose, Joe Daniszewski, Roger Harwell, Chuck Sawyer and Wayne Meyer joined in a round of golf and fellowship last week.  Fun, Sun and Friendship!
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
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