Join Us Tuesday or Thursday
If you are a visiting Rotarian,  make up at our club on Tuesday noon at:
Relics Restaurant, 3235 W. Highway 89A
Drive around the west side of the building and use side entrance.
 
Or the second or fourth Thursday at 7:30 am in the Village of Oak Creek at:
Redstone Dining, Oak Creek Country Club,
- See more at: http://sedonarotary.org/Stories/sedona-and-village-satellite-meeting-locations#sthash.ytCQ0nBS.dpuf
If you are a visiting Rotarian,  make up at our club on Tuesday noon at:
Relics Restaurant, 3235 W. Highway 89A
Drive around the west side of the building and use side entrance.
 
Or the second or fourth Thursday at 7:30 am in the Village of Oak Creek at:
Redstone Dining, Oak Creek Country Club,
- See more at: http://sedonarotary.org/Stories/sedona-and-village-satellite-meeting-locations#sthash.ytCQ0nBS.dpuf
If you are a visiting Rotarian,  make up at our club on Tuesday noon at:
Relics Restaurant, 3235 W. Highway 89A
Drive around the west side of the building and use side entrance.
 
Or the second or fourth Thursday at 7:30 am in the Village of Oak Creek at:
Redstone Dining, Oak Creek Country Club,
- See more at: http://sedonarotary.org/Stories/sedona-and-village-satellite-meeting-locations#sthash.ytCQ0nBS.dpuf
If you are a visiting Rotarian,  make up at our club on Tuesday noon at:
Relics Restaurant, 3235 W. Highway 89A
Drive around the west side of the building and use side entrance.
- See more at: http://sedonarotary.org/Stories/sedona-and-village-satellite-meeting-locations#sthash.ytCQ0nBS.dpuf
You are welcome to visit our club at one of two locations:
 
The first four Tuesdays of the month we meet at noon at Relics Restaurant.

The second and fourth Thursday mornings at 7:30 our Village Satellite meets at Redstone Dining.
 
 
The Rotary Club of Sedona's Mission is to enhance community through service, teamwork and friendship. - See more at: http://sedonarotary.org/#sthash.p8FAoShV.dpuf
The Rotary Club of Sedona's Mission is to enhance community through service, teamwork and friendship.
 
 
Contact Sedona Rotary
P. O. Box 2170
Sedona AZ 86339
 
Each year the Rotary Club of Sedona recognizes several Sedona area high school students for their scholarship and service to others. During the school year each student is presented to the Club by a nominating teacher and receives the award. The students are listed on this page as they receive the awards.
 
The club presented honor student Cheif Joseph Lynch with a certificate and a $1,000 scholarship to the college of his choice for his academic achievements. His Red Rock High Teacher Carol Goldsmith (far right) said Joseph is so near and dear to her and is the most modest student. Brilliant in the arts, she adds she sees him tutoring kids in the library in math. Joseph has participated in RYLA and the Music in Memory project, as well as many other clubs and sports activities. He is president this year of both the Interact Club and National Honor Society. His interest is in science and botany. He plans to attend a prestigious school and study plant sciences and studio art, with an emphasis in animation. Also pictured is Joseph's mother Noriko Lynch (2nd right) and Club President Jennette Bill. Congratulations Joseph!
 
Red Rock High School student Sophia Perry was honored for academic achievement during the club's Oct. 18 meeting. She is enrolled in AP World History and is in the dual enrollment program for calculus, biology and English. She is a member of the National Honor Society and varsity captain of the volleyball and basketball teams as well as participating in track and field for three years. She has been her class representative to the Student Council for three years and is the senior Class President. She is also a member of the Interact Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Key Club, and more. Her volunteer activities include: assisting at Rainbow Acres, serving food at Cottonwood Mission, delivering gifts to Naomi House orphanage, and Kids Against Hunger Food Packing events. Sophia received a $1,000 scholarship to attend the college of her choice.
 
 
 
 
Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona
 
The Vocational Fund of Arizona provides financing to adults and high school grads for vocational studies to enter, re-enter or advance in the workplace.
 
Financing can be used for tuition, books, tools and supplies required by the courses. More information and application forms can be found at Rotary Vocational Fund of Arizona website http://trvfa.org/.
 

High School Scholarships

 
The students of Sedona High Schools are outstanding in many ways. The Rotary Club of Sedona recognizes outstanding high school students during Fall Semester of the school year. Senior students selected by their teachers demonstrate both academic and extra-curricular excellence.
 
Each student honored receives a $1000 scholarship for further education. Rotary Honor Students are recognized at the club meeting.