About Our Club
SaddleBrooke Sunrise

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 8:00 AM
Cactus Room in HOA2 Clubhouse
38691 S Mountain View Blvd
SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739
United States of America
We are now conducting hybrid meetings. We meet both via ZOOM and in the Cactus Room at Mountain View Country Club on the first and third Thursday mornings at 8 am. Please contact Ron Lenz at ralenz2009@gmail.com for ZOOM login information.
Are you someone who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Enjoy the fun and listen to great speakers. Our club members are people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who shares your drive to give back.
In the photo is our new president for 2022-23, Ron Lenz, hard at work at the Food Bank in Mammoth. Ron has been a resident of SaddleBrooke since 2006.  He was born in Wisconsin and raised on a dairy farm. He learned to be a hard worker at an early age! He and his wife Patricia have two daughters and two granddaughters. 
He has a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and an MBA from Marquette University. Ron has many interests including golf, walking/hiking, photography, college/NFL football (guess which teams) travel, history, and technology. He worked 35 years for SC Johnson, ending as  Quality Assurance, Safety & Environmental Services Worldwide Director. He brings many talents to SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary!
At the recent Activity Fair, Maggie deBlock and Mary Thompson explain the merits of being a member the SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club.
Welcome to Roger Lindeken, the new president of SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club! Roger brings extensive business and community acumen to our club. A big thank you goes to Jack Stebbe for his deft leadership in the past year. We are fortunate to have such talented (and friendly) folks in our club.
SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club is now doing hybrid meetings! Thanks to the technical expertise Ron Lenz, members can meeting in person at the Mountainview Country Club or online with Zoom. If you are on vacation, in isolation, or still in your pajamas, you can join our happy faces.
SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club works hard to lessen the problems of hunger in the Copper Corridor. In spite of aging backs, members load and store LOTS of pallets of food to storerooms and freezers, all while trying to not drop frozen chickens on tender toes!
No, this is not a panel from HOLLYWOOD SQUARES. It's a screen shot of our latest regular meeting via Zoom. See all those smiling faces? We would love to have you join us. If you're shy, you can opt out of having your lovely/handsome face showing, but then we'd miss your smile.
SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club is now a cause-based club, which focuses on projects members enjoy doing. We work on carefully chosen projects and have fun while doing it! And without the added organizational obligations of a standard Rotary club. Below are some of the things we do: Volunteering at the Golden Goose and Tri-Community Food Bank, creating and maintaining Little Free Libraries in the Copper Corridor, among other activities, as well as HAVING FUN!
District Governor Ellie Patterson visited SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary. Pictured are Mary Thompson, Maggie deBlock, and Ellie Patterson who are admiring the Rotary flag Mary brought all the way from Borneo.
SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club members don't just work at projects, we also get to know each other by having fun together. A recent field trip to the Arizona State Museum turned out to be informative and fun. 
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Member Birthdays:
  • Julia Halvacs
    October 14