Barbara Barr and Joe Guyton
Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke come from all over the area. Most of the members live in the Robson communities of SaddleBrooke Ranch and SaddleBrooke. However, we also have members who live or work in Catalina, Oro Valley, and Oracle. Together, we gather as friends to make a difference as volunteers locally, regionally, and globally.
Ranch resident Liese Razzeto is the incoming president of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke. She currently serves as treasurer and will be leading the club in the 2021-22 year. Liese has been instrumental in our community service projects during the pandemic. She will be welcoming you to meetings and happy hours at the Ranch House from June through October. So, watch for more information on upcoming Rotary events at the Ranch.
Gary Terrell has been a resident of the Ranch for many years. His knowledge and skills have been invaluable to the club, as well as our community. Gary is the president of the SaddleBrooke Rotary Club Foundation. He is also president of the Oracle School Board, where he has served as a member for many years. We have been fortunate to have Gary’s leadership for many years.
Ranch resident Dan Watson has two important roles in our club. He not only serves on the board of directors of our foundation, but he also heads up the Ranch branch of the club. Ranch Rotarians gather regularly to socialize and make decisions under Dan’s leadership. Dan has also played an important role in our community service projects during the pandemic.
John and Monica Oszust are new residents of the Ranch. They spend part of the year at the Ranch, and part of the year in Hawaii. John and Monica have been active members of their Rotary Club in Hawaii for many years. As such, they are Amigo Members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke, so that they can maintain membership in their home club in Hawaii. John and Monica have both been very involved in our community service projects during the pandemic.
These are just a few of the members of the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke who reside at the Ranch. They are a valuable part of the club and make significant contributions to the club’s efforts to make the world a better place. We also have other members who reside in the Ranch.
Rotary is the world’s largest organization of volunteers. Rotary is found in more countries than the Red Cross. We gather as friends in local clubs to learn, grow, and make a difference. If this sounds of interest to you, check out our friendly club. We’ll be meeting for lunch on Thursdays at the Ranch House from June through October. We’ll also be hosting some happy hours at the Ranch House. If you would like more information, please contact Wendy Guyton at 520-404-5712 or [email protected]