Welcome to another issue of our weekly bulletin! Find out who our upcoming speakers are, what we covered in today's meeting and any other scheduled events.
21 Members Zoomed in Today!
This week's program
President Jeff started the 23rd meeting of the Rotary year at 12:05.  The final meeting of this Rotary year will also be in Zoom format.  Jeff and Carla stated that we are looking at other meeting alternatives as returning to IHOP will not allow social distancing.  Carla updated us on the submission of a District Grant that will provide 7 laptops to Killip Elementary. 
President Jeff asked each member what their favorite food has been during the last 2 months:
Paul – Creative (and Healthy!) stir frys
Chad – Beyond Meat brats on the grill
Frank – anything on the Weber, plus just successfully baked banana bread!
Dino – rice and lentils
Joe Seidenberg – homemade pizza, plus lots of Chicken McNuggets with his 6 year old!
Carla – trying to work with sourdough starter she received as a Mother’s Day gift from her son…with mixed results
Steve P – Pork carnitas
Mike W – lots of items on the grill, plus any strawberry/rhubarb combo
Millie – Ice Cream!
Chris – Healthy, but….ice cream too!
Steve C – Having fun with the grill
Lee – monkey bread with the grandkids!
Hoppy – LOTS of chicken
Vaughan – fresh cantaloupe, maybe with a little salt
Karl – lobster/shrimp tacos from Salsa Brava
Mike H – afternoon takeout from local establishments
Patterson – dishes with different kinds of beans, recently navy beans and smoked ham hocks
Tonya – Steve has been experimenting with new air fryer she gifted him
Jeff – homemade personal pizzas
Kim – Carbs!
Dino wanted to know how many of us have gained weight???  Since nobody ‘fessed up, guess we’ll wait for our first “in person” meeting to find out!
Chad introduced Joe Seidenberg, Executive Director of Red Feather Development Group.  Red Feather partners with American Indian Nations to develop and implement sustainable solutions to the housing needs within their communities.  Originally started as a Habitat model, but found the needs were too great, and they were only able to help a few with building new housing.  They estimated 60% of roofs on the Navajo Nation leak, which  leads to mold and other health and safety issues.  Having an unhealthy home means poor indoor air quality, which leads to poor health, which means poor attendance at either school or work.  Red Feather focuses on education, not just handouts.  They do this through various DIY workshops, where participants get to practice by working on repairs or winterizing a fellow classmate’s home.  The Navajo Nation has one of the highest Covid 19 infection rates in the country due partly to lack of running water and the ability to wash their hands.  Red Feather is assembling and donating hand washing stations.  Volunteer opportunities are available to assist with this project!
Our next Zoom meeting is June 16, with Larry Lang from the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra as our guest speaker.  The 4 Way Test was recited and the meeting was adjourned at 1:01.
Upcoming Speakers
Jun 16, 2020
Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra
Jul 07, 2020
Cancer Support Community Arizona
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Upcoming Events 
Board Meeting
To be announced
Jun 09, 2020
7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Army Band Concert
Ft Tuthill Park
Jul 05, 2020
12:01 PM – 1:00 PM
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Announcements and Other News
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Steve Peru
June 26
Mike Hosking
Trish Hosking
June 11
Steve Peru
Beth Otterstein
June 26
Paul Wagner
Sue Wagner
June 30
Join Date
Tonya Watson
June 1, 2001
19 years
LaVelle McCoy
June 30, 1998
22 years
Officers & Directors
Executive Secretary/Director
President Elect
Director/Club Administrator
Director/Membership Chair
Director/Community Service Chair
Director/Program Co-Chair
Director/Program Co-Chair
Director/Social Chair
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