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 and third 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 Grill.
 
 
Speakers
Tracey McConnell
Nov 21, 2017
Rotary Lunch - Arizona Community Foundation
DARK
Nov 23, 2017
Village Rotary - No meeting today Happy Thanksgiving!
Betsy Klein
Dec 05, 2017
Rotary Lunch-protect, preserve & rescue wolves and wolf dogs through advocacy, education and funding
 
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
 
The Rotary Club of Sedona participates actively in various International projects. These projects are joint ventures between a club in the project community and clubs in another country or countries.  Dollars that are contributed to these projects are matched at each club's Rotary District level and by the Rotary Foundation so that the total funding might be as much as two times the amount contributed by the contributing clubs.
 

Recent International Projects

Rotary Gift of Life

This project repairs the heart of children born with defective hearts.
 

Van for Open Arms School

This project in South Africa provided needed transportation for orphaned children to get to school.
 

Shelter Box USA

Shelter Box USA provides temporary shelter and basic equipment such as water filtering, stoves and cooking utensils to the victims of disasters. Each box with equipment and tent housing up to eight people costs $1000. Shelter Box is often the first relief agency to arrive on the scene.
 

Zacatlan Waste Water Treatment*

Zaquitla Village is a native village in Zacatlan Mexico whose waste is currently untreated, flowing down to other villages.
 

Ages 1-6, Children’s Dental Project*

Project to take care of the dental needs of children in Tijuana Este, Mexico.
 

Hermosillo Breast Cancer Screening Mobile Van*

Girl’s  Toilets in 100 Indian Schools*

As girls reach puberty in parts of India, they often drop out of school because of the lack of privacy in school toilets. This project addresses the problem by adding separate toilets for girls.
 

Microcredit on the Mexican Border

More effective than building walls, microcredit projects provide economic opportunity through making very small loans to people in their home country so that they can start a cottage business and make a living. Loan payback on this project was 100% in 2015!
 
* Projects that came to us at the USA/Mexican Friendship Conference (see story below)
 
 
Each year Rotary Districts of Arizona and Districts 4100 and 4185 of Mexico trade hosting the USA/Mexico Friendship Conference and Global Grants Exchange.
The conference includes social events, tours and presentation of projects seeking matching grants. Representatives of clubs seeking projects to support arrive with authority to commit funds from their club's international projects budget to the various projects.  Not all of the projects presented will be in Mexico.