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May 2013 | SUN LAKES SPLASH | Rotarian of the Month

Colette McNally It is very fi tting that this month we are

honoring Bill Schink as Rotarian of the Month. We are coming to the end of our fi scal year and once again a member has given the time and energy that is needed and shown that he is a leader and is ready to take over the multitude of tasks that leadership in a large charity organization requires. This past year Bill has gathered a team together to prepare them and inspire them with the desire to lend their efforts to bring about another successful year for Sun Lakes Rotary. He has shown through his dedication and effort that he has everything in hand and that we will have another successful year in 2014. Part of the preparation was taking responsibility this year

for one or our most important

fundraisers, our annual Charity Golf Tournament which he has just successfully concluded. He worked exceedingly hard getting everything together, bringing in items for the live and silent auction, players for the tournament and enough volunteers to run the show. We have just concluded the best tournament ever which means we will be able to support the many great charity programs that rely on us both locally and internationally another year. Congratulations Bill. Bill is a retired business manager and strategic planner for Electronics Division

Rotarian of the Month Bill Schink.

of Ford Motor Company. He hails from Washington where he received his B.A. and M.A. at the University of Washington. He served in the Woddinville Rotary Club for fi ve years in many capacities as a leader. He joined the Sun Lakes Club in 2010. He and his wife Barb have two daughters and two grandchildren. For more information on Sun Lakes Rotary call Don Prestin at 802-0439. 

SLMRR Club takes off for the summer


P.E.O. Chapter AF nominees receive awards

Linda Boyne, Publicity Chair The Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.)

is an international

organization whose mission is promoting educational opportunities for women. This mission is carried out through a variety of loans, grants and scholarships to provide educational assistance for women. Two examples of these forms of assistance are the Program for Continuing Education (PCE) and the Faith McKee fund. The former is assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who return to school themselves

to support and/or their families. The

Faith McKee Fund is a P.E.O. fi nancial aid program in Arizona. The purpose of this fund is to temporarily help women in need.

The AF Chapter of P.E.O is proud to

announce that two of their nominees are recipients of both of these awards. Both young women are non-traditional students studying in healthcare related

fi elds. Michelle Weber is a single mother of two teenagers studying to become a respiratory therapist. She is going to school full time and working 28-30 hours a week at a local grocery store. Going back to school is a real struggle for her and we are pleased that she is receiving a monthly stipend for one year as well as a grant for $1,200. Stephanie Zeiders is a young woman enrolled in the Registered Nursing Program at Gateway Community College while working nearly full-time at a local restaurant. This is an accelerated program which discourages students from working while participating in the program. Stephanie chose this fi eld of study as the result of nurses whom she encountered while being treated for a serious infection. These nurses sparked her interest in the profession. She expects to graduate later this year and plans to continue to pursue a master’s degree in Nursing. Stephanie also received a $1,200 grant and a monthly stipend for one year.

The Sun Lakes Model Railroad Club takes off for the summer.

Harry Huckemeyer It’s

that time of year when we all the look

forward to spending some time with our friends and families, enjoying the many sites and surroundings that our country has to offer. Following our fi nal event for the fi rst half of our year in May, we will be closing our doors until the summer has left us with some pleasant adventures and happy memories. We would feel remiss if

we didn’t pass on our thanks and gratitude to those that took the time out of their busy schedules to attend

our annual open houses earlier in March of this year. Additionally, we enjoyed the opportunity to get to chat with many people that stopped by our table at the Community Days that we were able to

participate in. Our next scheduled meeting will be

on September 14, at 1:00 p.m. at the SunBird Community Center in the Pima Room. As usual, anybody interested is certainly welcome to attend. For additional information free to call me at 480-

feel 802 4976 or send me an e-mail

at Until we meet again, have a safe and enjoyable time enjoying whatever best fi ts your appetite. 


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