Upcoming Luncheon Programs

In Memoriam: Past President Allister Adel

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Past-President Allister Adel.  Allister's family has named Phoenix Rotary 100 for donations to be made in Allister's memory. Online donations can be made here.

Donations made by check can be made payable to: Phoenix Rotary Club Charities
In the memo line write: In Memory of Allister Adel
Mail to: Phoenix Rotary Club Charities, 501 E. Osborn Road, Phoenix, AZ, 85012

Thank you for your kind donation.

We also invite you to learn a bit about Rotary.  Please click on one of the videos on our homepage (Rotary100.org). For any assistance, please email our Administrative Director, Valerie.

May 20, noon: Steve Purves, CEO Valleywise Health

Steve Purves became President & Chief Executive Officer of Valleywise Health (formerly named Maricopa Integrated Health System) in Phoenix, Arizona in September 2013. Valleywise Health is Arizona’s largest and longest serving public teaching hospital and healthcare system and includes the Valleywise Health Medical Center, the Arizona Burn Center, the Arizona Children’s Center, a Level I Trauma Center, three inpatient behavioral health centers and a network of 13 Federally Qualified Health Centers that serve Phoenix and Maricopa County. Valleywise Health is part of the Creighton University Arizona Health Education Alliance and has 10 ACGME accredited residency programs with over 350 residents, hundreds of medical student rotations and significant nursing and allied health training programs.

This meeting will be at the University Club of Phoenix, 39 E. Monte Vista Road, Phoenix, 85004 with a live stream for those who prefer to join us online via Zoom. Lunch is included in the $35 in-person registration fee. Cancellations made after May 13 cannot be refunded.

Click here to register to attend in-person or online via Zoom. The Zoom access link will be in your registration confirmation email.

COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Club Activities

Due to the lifting of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, the Phoenix Rotary Club has been holding hybrid meetings at various venues, while the club secures a permanent meeting space. Club meetings are held on the first and third Fridays at noon, unless there is a holiday weekend. Bi-weekly social meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 5:30-7:00 pm. Please check the club calendar for more information on meeting formats and locations. The club office can be reached via phone 602.604.8221 or email rotary@rotary100.org with any questions or needs.

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Upcoming Events

April 30th - May 27th 2022 at 10:35 pm
UMOM Hygiene Drive
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May 1st - June 1st 2022 at 12:00 am
SW Human Dev. Virtual Book Drive
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May 20th 2022 at 12:00 pm
Club Meeting
Speaker: Steve Purves, President & CEO, Valleywise Health
Topic: Valleywise Health: Not Your Grandfather's Maricopa County Hospital
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May 25th 2022 at 5:30 pm
Bi-weekly Social
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May 28th 2022 at 6:00 am
Food Distribution at St. Luke's at the Mountain
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June 8th 2022 at 5:30 pm
Bi-Weekly Social
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June 10th 2022 at 12:00 pm
Club Meeting with Dr. Nader Sanai, Ivy Brain Tumor Research
Speaker: Dr. Nader Sanai
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June 11th 2022 at 6:00 am
Food Distribution at St. Luke's at the Mountain
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June 22nd 2022 at 5:30 pm
Bi-Weekly Social
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June 24th 2022 at 1:30 pm
Club Meeting Induction of the 109th Club President
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June 25th 2022 at 6:00 am
Food Distribution at St. Luke's at the Mountain
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July 9th 2022 at 6:00 am
Food Distribution at St. Luke's at the Mountain
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July 13th 2022 at 5:30 pm
Bi-Weekly Social
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(or click HERE to see the entire calendar)

Who We Are:

Rotarians are leaders in their vocation, profession and community. We meet weekly to discuss improving the lives of people, both locally and globally. We need and encourage diversity of membership in order to be more effective in this task. The Rotary motto is “Service Above Self” and Rotary is an organization of over 33,000 local clubs serving their communities around the world.

Phoenix Rotary 100 was founded in 1914 as the 100th club to join Rotary. Through the years, Phoenix Rotary 100 has been at the forefront of community service in Phoenix and beyond, with a past and present membership list reading like Who’s Who in the State’s history. Mayors, governors, U.S. senators and one Supreme Court Justice have all been a part of Phoenix Rotary 100. Other famous Rotarians include: Neil Armstrong, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Dianne Feinstein, Gerald Ford, John F. Kennedy, Charles Mayo, J.C. Penney, Manny Pacquaio, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Charles Walgreen, Sam Walton, Woodrow Wilson and Orville Wright, to name just a few.

As Rotarian Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

What to expect if you become a Rotarian:

• Make a Positive Difference in your Local Community

• Become part of a Global Community that is Changing the World for the better

• Make new and lasting Friendships

• Have Fun through service projects and social activities

• Expand your business and social Network

• Develop Relationships with community and government leaders

• Hear and meet Business and Community Leaders who are Guest Speakers each week

• Improve your Leadership and Public Speaking skills

• Have the opportunity to Mentor Youth and be mentored by elders in your vocation

• Show your Children and Grandchildren the importance of community service

• Be Welcomed by Rotarians Anywhere You Travel

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