November 2020
S M T W T F S
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
01
02
03
04
05
 
Upcoming Events
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation
Vice President
Sergeant-at-Arms
Community Service
Club Administration
Youth Exchange Officer
Public Relations
Website Editor
Programs
Socials
Bulletin Subscribe
Subscribe to our eBulletin and stay up to date on the latest news and events.

 
Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Lake Havasu City Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Shugrue's Bridgeview Room
1425 McCulloch Blvd. N.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
United States of America
Home Page Stories
We are proud that every year we provide a dictionary to all the 3rd graders in Lake Havasu. This year being so different we were not able to visit the classrooms BUT Thanks to the out of the box thinking we have in our club our own Jaime Festa Daigle decided we could use a video that could be presented to the children!
With help from several of our members , District Governor and Robert Starkey we put together this video. Please enjoy and know what a opportunity we create for these children!
#rotaryopensopportunities
 
 
 
This is such exciting news! 
 
Congratulations to Jennifer E. Jones of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada, a dear friend of our District.  She has been nominated to become Rotary International’s president for 2022-23, a selection that will make her the first woman to hold that office in the organization’s 115-year history.
 
Jennifer is an amazing leader, and I know Rotary is in wonderful hands as we move into the future!
 
 
 
Do not forget to sign up for the Rotary Clubs Blood Drive on August 6th
SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO GIVE BLOOD AT WWW.BLOODHERO,COM AND ENTER CODE: ROTARYLHC OR CONTACT VITALANT@ 877-258-4825.
Looking forward to a great 2020-2021 Rotary year sharing with our 3 Clubs
Lake Havasu City Rotary, London Bridge Rotary and Sunrise Rotary
 
Rotary Opens Opportunities
 
 
 
 
This past weekend March 6th and 7th Becky and Sally attended our District PETS Seminar to make sure that we have all the information to lead our club in the coming year!
 
We also attended with London Bridge incoming president Shane Delany and Sunrise Rotary incoming president Niki Nickle. WE are planning to alot more collaborative efforts with all three clubs and hopefully bring some better learning opportunities to our area from the district level
 
Each year our President Elect attends this conference to meet with all the other incoming Presidents in the District as well as the incoming Assistant Governors and new District Governor and here what their vision is for the coming year!
 
Our incoming District Governor
2020-21 District 5510 Governor Elizabeth Mahoney 
 
A member and past-president of the Sun City Rotary Club, Elizabeth has served in many capacities. Last year she successfully launched the Sun City Satellite Club and served as the club’s first chairperson. Her strong Rotary background includes The Rotary Foundation, Rotary Youth Exchange, New Generations Service Exchange, Emerging Rotary Leaders, International Service Projects and much more. She currently serves as chief of staff and manages several innovative special projects. 
 
Elizabeth is a natural networker who enjoys helping Rotarians connect and meet other like-minded Rotarians and community leaders, resulting in an enriching experience. She brings high energy to Rotary and our clubs. Rotarians will have many opportunities to get to know Elizabeth: she facilitates sessions at Presidents-Elect Training Seminars, Rotary Leadership Institute and the Club Leadership Academy. 
 
 
 
The new theme for next year is Rotary Opens Opportunities
 

2020 Event
Jan 9, 10, 11, 12. 
Starting Thursday at 12 noon, through 
Sunday at 3 pm.

Sponsored by:

Lake Havasu State Park (Windsor 4) 171 London Bridge Road,
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403

July 1, 2019 Club Luncheon

 The new “Regime” has officially taken over the Lake Havasu Rotary Club for the 2019-2020 year on Monday, July 1! Jeff Blumenfeld was the guest speaker.

 

 

 

 

 

ROTARIANS FROM THE LAKE HAVASU CITY ROTARY CLUB ASSIST HURRICANE VICTIMS IN BARBUDA 

Who: Rotarians Bob & Carrie Hemme, Lake Havasu City Rotary Club

What: Aid with water, reusable water containers along with transporting building materials, food and an Island Native.

Where: Antigua/Barbuda

When: November, 2017

Why: Aid hurricane victims on the devastated Island of Barbuda
 
——————————

My husband Rotarian Bob Hemme and myself, Rotarian Carrie Hemme happened to have our boat Lady J, on the Island of Antigua when hurricanes Irma & Maria hit the Caribbean region in early September. The Island of Antigua faired well, however it’s Sister Island, Barbuda was devastated with the entire population being evacuated to nearby Antigua while the rebuilding process began. 

Approximately 100 Barbudian natives had returned to their homes, with most sleeping in tents using sterno stoves to cook and without the daily luxuries such as electricity and running water. The organization Samaritan’s, brought in a portable desalinater allowing each household to gather 5 gallons per day for cooking and sanitation purposes; the average American family uses 300 gallons per day!
We had discussed the fact we have a water desalinater on board the Lady J which produces 30 gallons per hour - let’s help the people! With the approval of our Board, we purchased 50 collapsible water containers and began communicating with the Rotary Club of Antigua. It takes a village as we all know as in the end it took the efforts of NODS (National Office of Disaster Services), Customs, The Coast Guard along with the Army who controlled the receiving dock in Barbuda. Without the Antigua Rotary Club’s governmental contacts however; this project would have never occurred.

As the sun rose on the morning of November 14th, we pulled up to the St. John’s Customs dock where the Director of NODS along with his team loaded our boat with building supplies and a Native Barbuda boarded who was excited to reunite with her family and bring them a large supply of food. Not only were the locals excited about the additional water rations they were receiving, they were ECSTATIC about the collapsable water containers as they were using small water bottles bottles to gather their rations. With all building supplies unloaded we headed back to Antigua the following morning and home in time for Thanksgiving with our families.

Yours in Rotary,
Carrie & Bob Hemme
 
 
Rotary People of Action
 
Everyone Has a Story! What is yours???
 
#Rotarystory
 
Share your Rotary Story!
 
https://www.rotary.org/en
Rotary Major donors Jim Harris,Charlie Buttke And Mike Nick over 9X Phf
Julie Cummings 5x
Doug Browning 3X
Cal Sheehy,Sylvia Clarke,Ross Johnson, Lisa Krueger And Mike Bonney 2X
Ron Cook,Mike Quinn 1X

We all have a story. Actually, we all have many stories; some are happy and some are not, some are of struggle and hardship, and some are inspirational stories of triumph.

img017 copy
President 2020-2021
Becky Goldberg
 
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Chuck Langerveld
    November 9
  • Jennifer Luzzi
    November 16
  • Keith Williams
    November 29
  • Rose Marie Eaton
    November 29
  • Steve Ticknor
    November 29
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Susan
    November 8
  • Rose Marie
    November 29
Anniversaries:
  • Tom Askland
    Gloria Askland
    November 26
  • Bob Miller
    Cheryl
    November 29
Join Date:
  • Jennifer Luzzi
    November 5, 2012
    8 years
  • Rick Childers
    November 13, 2003
    17 years
  • Tucker Browning
    November 18, 2019
    1 year
  • Charlie Buttke
    November 20, 1995
    25 years
RSS
History: A Home for Headquarters

The idea that Rotary should own its headquarters dates back at least to the 1920 convention, when RI President Albert Adams said that he hoped to someday see the headquarters in a beautiful building of Rotary’s own.

Hunger hits home: The pandemic reminds us that food insecurity isn’t just ‘over there’

Hunger and malnutrition unleashed by COVID-19 could carry the impact of the pandemic far into the future.

In the face of a pandemic, the important work of fighting polio must continue

Rotary and its partners have mobilized disease-fighting infrastructure to respond to COVID-19 —while remaining dedicated to eradicating polio

For true economic development, women are essential

Here’s why these organizations and their Rotary club partners are supporting local women’s entrepreneurship with financial literacy, small business loans, and one-on-one advisors.

How Rotary is alleviating the effects of isolation during COVID-19

Throughout the pandemic, members are discovering ways to connect, cope, and care for each other and people in the communities they serve.

Facebook Like Button