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Club News
Happy hour of wine, charcuterie and plates and platters full of homemade goodies at Decanter. Shown above is the ad hoc chorus who accompanied the piano with their rendition of various Christmas Carols and songs. Attendees were asked to wear their ugly Christmas sweaters. And the winner is . . .
Rob! He killed it!
veterans day at sedona winds
Rob Schaefer organized this year's Veterans Day program at Sedona Winds. Boy Scout Troupe 7048 was the color guard and raised the flag. Rev. Fred Mast gave the invocation and Sammy Davis provided entertainment.
Sedona Winds had two tables of memorabilia for resident Veterans.
Mark von Hoetzendorff gave an update on World Polio eradication that started as a Rotary project 35 years ago. "Rotarians have contributed $2.1 billion with countless volunteer hours to vaccinates 3B children in 122 countries," he said. Mark showed photos from his trips to Africa at the height of Rotary efforts on that continent. In 2020 Africa was certified by WHO as polio free.
Rob Schaefer made a stirring appeal for continued support of the project and gave clear instructions about how to donate. While polio outbreak is down to only a few per year in Afghanistan and Pakistan, funds are still needed to do the surveys necessary to determine when infections of wild polio virus are finally ended. It takes two years of no new cases for WHO to declare the world "Polio Free."
Everything was great. The volunteers showed up; the players showed up; and people were having a great time.
What didn't show up was the sun. The rain showed up instead and everybody was called back to the club house.
In spite of the rain, the silent auction with Jennette's leadership did well raising about $15,000.
Maybe next year the weather will be kinder to our efforts.
About Our Club

People of Action

Meeting First & Third Thursdays
Coffee and Chat 7:00 am
Club Meeting 7:30 am
25 W. Saddlehorn, room A108 and via Zoom
Visitors welcome - contact
Heather Hermen to attend
Useful Links
Mailing Address
PO Box 21479
Sedona AZ 86341
Club Officers
President- Heather Hermen
Immediate Past President- Jennette Bill
President Elect- Carolyn Martin
Treasurer- Jeff Mahon
Secretary- Sara Crosby-Hartman
Membership- Mark von Hoetzendorff
Rotary Foundation- Rob Schaefer
Youth Services- Holly Johnson
Public Relations- Miki Dzugan
Committee Meeting Schedule
All committee meetings are currently via Zoom
Club Administration - Carolyn Martin
Second Thursday at 8 AM via Zoom
Community Services - Heather Hermen
first Thursday after club meeting, in person with Zoom if needed
Fundraising Committee - Matt Helm
First Wednesday at 8 AM via Zoom
International Services - Winnie Muench
Second Monday at 7:30 AM via Zoom
Membership - Mark von Hoetzendorff
Third Thursday after club meeting
PR - Miki Dzugan
First Friday at 8 AM via Zoom
Youth Services - Holly Johnson
Second Tuesday at 8 AM
RCSV Board of Directors - Heather Hermen
Second Wednesday at 4 PM via Zoom
RCSV Charitable Fund Board of Directors - Jennette Bill
Second Wednesday following RCSV Board via Zoom
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The Rotary Club of Sedona Village partners with other clubs in the Verde Valley to support free books to preschool kids.
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