About Our Club

SaddleBrooke Sunrise

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 8:00 AM
East Dining Room in HOA2 Clubhouse
38691 S Mountain View Blvd
SaddleBrooke, AZ 85739
United States of America
Until the COVID-19 crisis is over, we meet via ZOOM on the first and third Thursday mornings at 8 am. Please contact Maggie deBlock at Zonbeer@aol.com for 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.
 
 
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. 
 
SaddleBrooke  Sunrise Rotary Club welcomed its newest President, Maggie deBlock. Outgoing President Dick Kroese reads a proclamation declaring Maggie the shepherd of the Sunrise flock. He also gave her a walking stick he made which signifies the staff that a shepherd may use. Welcome, Maggie!
 
One activity of SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary Club is to help alleviate hunger. In the following photo you can see Rotarian Mark Douglas loading produce for the Tri-Community Food  Bank in Mammoth.
 
 
On the fifth Thursday of each month SaddleBrooke Sunrise Rotary takes a break from formal meetings and gets together for a social. On August 30, club members and friends met at the Mountainview Country Club and shared drinks, stories, and dinner. Pictured is one of several tables. The smiles tell the story!
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Member Birthdays:
  • Frank Shipton
    November 4
  • Brianne Spaeth
    November 18