Rotary Club Welcomes New Members

Left to right: Judy Miller, Wanda Bailey, Roger Bailey, Wendy Guyton (membership chair), Joe Guyton (past president)

Left to right: Wendy Guyton (membership chair), Dan Green, Liese Razzeto (president), and Monica Oszust

Joe Guyton

There are certainly signs that folks are leaving their COVID cocoons and once again looking for ways to reach out to socialize and to give back to their communities. During the past two weeks the Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke inducted five new members. We are so fortunate to have so many experienced Rotarians move into our community.

On June 23, three members were inducted, all of whom are residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch. Judy Miller is a retired realtor from Medford, Ore. She is a 15-year Rotarian and a Paul Harris Fellow. Wanda Bailey is a four-year Rotarian and a Paul Harris Fellow. She enjoys the fellowship of Rotary and looks forward to serving those in need in our community. Roger Bailey is a retired psychologist with nine years of Rotary experience in San Diego, Calif., and Fort Collins, Colo. He is also a Paul Harris Fellow.

On July 1, two new members were inducted, Dan Green and Monica Oszust. Both Dan and Monica are residents of SaddleBrooke Ranch. Dan Green is a 25-year Rotarian, having served as president of the Forest Grove Daybreak Club in Oregon. A member of the Paul Harris Society, Dan hopes to continue his commitment to service and looks forward to the fellowship offered by membership in Rotary. Monica Oszust is a past president of the Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay, Hawaii. She has eight years of Rotary experience and is also a Paul Harris Fellow.

We could not have a more experienced and committed group of new members. What a blessing it is to live in a community where so many new residents bring such a good amount of business, life, and volunteer experience with them.

Rotary International is the world’s largest volunteer organization and is located in more countries than the American Red Cross. Rotary members meet regularly for interesting programs and networking, and gather in friendship to help with projects which make a difference locally, regionally, and globally. We also have social gatherings in the homes of our members.

The Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke is open to people who work or reside in SaddleBrooke Ranch, SaddleBrooke, Oracle, Catalina, Oro Valley, and the surrounding areas. We are currently meeting in the Board Room of the Ranch House at SaddleBrooke Ranch. Each Thursday at 11:15 a.m., we gather for a delicious meal, fellowship, and an interesting program. If this sounds of interest to you, we’d love to have you visit our club and get to know our friendly members. If you would like more information or you would like to visit our Rotary Club, contact Wendy Guyton, membership chair, at 520-404-5712 or [email protected].