Student Ambassador to pursue mechanical engineering

The club recognized Sedona Red Rock Junior High School student Trenton Hyer during its Feb. 6 meeting. Trenton was introduced by Math Teacher Lisa Blagg (2nd left), who described him as a great example of the students that make up RRJH. "He is timely,  a hard worker, always willing to help in class, and very kind and welcoming to new students whether they are in his class or not." Trenton says he enjoys engineering and sports including basketball and football, and would like to major in mechanical engineering. Trenton was presented with a recognition plaque and a gift certificate to Oregano's Restaurant. Also in the photo is Club President Dave Young (far left), Trenton's mom Kristen Hyer (3rd left), and Youth Services Coordinator Jennette Bill (far right).

Harry Grossman receives Paul Harris Fellow plus 4 recognition

Foundation Director Dick Youngberg (left) presented Harry Grossman with a Paul Harris Fellow plus 4 pin for his dedicated support of the Rotary Foundation. For every $1,000 donation, the Rotary Foundation awards first a medallion and then pins. Congratulations Harry! To learn more about becoming a Paul Harris Fellow go to https://www.rotary.org/en/history-paul-harris-fellow-recognition.
 
 
 

Fundraiser held for Sedona Charter School

Charter School students performed for the guests of the Wine Tasting Sparks Event held at Vino Di Sedona Sunday, Jan. 29. The event was a great success, raising over $4,000. To see more go to http://www.sedonarotary.org/Stories/sedona-charter-school-fundraiser