Birthdays & Anniversaries
Lynn KastellaDecember 23
Tori MeyerDecember 28
Paul DeLormeRoxanne DeLormeDecember 28
Paul DeLormeDecember 1, 198531 years
Suzanne AshbyDecember 1, 199719 years
Thomas ShelbyDecember 7, 199818 years
Diane Ventura - GoodyearDecember 16, 20088 years
What is Rotary?
Posted on Dec 07, 2016
OPRs 501c3 Foundation, among other business during the year, approved refurbishing TUSDs Cragin Elementary School marquee. Thanks to Foundation President, Tori Meyer, Shannan Marty and all of OPRs members for pushing this service project through to completion including receiving a matching D5500 grant. OPR continues to promote youth and public education as part of it's larger mission including the annual Sky School in collaboration with Flowing Wells High School and the U of A. Other service projects include construction of the gardens at Cragin Elementary school, YMCA camp funding, an annual literacy project at a Flowing Wells elementary school, volunteering for the Primavera men's shelter, donating children's books to the Reading Seed, service projects at Ben's Bells, and providing annual unrestricted college scholarships to deserving students.
Aminata P. Kilungo, Ph.D.
Director of Research & Development
Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc
Dr. Aminata Kilungo holds a Ph.D. in Soil, Water and Environmental Science, and Microbiology from the University of Arizona. She is the Director of Research and Development at Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc. (SERI), and an adjunct lecturer in the College of Public Health at the University of Arizona. Her research focuses on working with underserved communities along the Arizona-Sonora Border region and Sub-Saharan Africa to address water security and safety, and environmental health issues to improve overall quality of life. Some of her current work involves evaluation of the environmental health status along the Arizona-Sonora Border region, looking at water quality in harvested rainwater systems, and building community resilience in communities impacted with cholera outbreak in rural Tanzania.
Bring your $$$ for the best home baked goods sale this Tuesday 11/22/2016!!