The Fountain Hills Rotary Club and the Four Peaks Rotary Club joined forces to build the Splash Park.  Located at the southwest end of Fountain Park this wonderful facility is enjoyed from May through September.  Local parents and grandparents love spending time with their little darlings at the Splash Park.  
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Ftn Hills Splash Park is special Club Legacy Project Michelle Holcomb 2019-06-01 07:00:00Z 0
Mock Interviews Prepare Job Candidates
A panel of Rotarians prepped three job candidates for their upcoming interviews.  The candidates, though young adults, had no formal training regarding the job interview process.  The candidates are currently involved with Save the Family, an organization assisting families affected by homelessnes, joblessness and hopelessness. 
SERVICE PROJECT SPOTLIGHT Michelle Holcomb 2019-04-04 07:00:00Z 0
Weekly speakers are an important part of our club culture.  We work to provide an interesting array of topics.  There will be local and state personalities, elected officials, educators from the local K-12 system as well as university representatives.  The range also includes motivational speakers, authors and local business owners.
If you would like to be on our speaker roster, click here to send us a request.
Here is a story about a recent speaker:
Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick
Recently our featured speaker was Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick.  Members enjoyed Justice Bolick's sense of humor while presenting stories about his path to becoming a State Justice.  Bolick told that he has always loved to write.   He said that he lacks typing skills enjoyed by most, but that has not stopped his production of written words.  In fact, when typing, the Judge only uses one index finger which has been rewarded with a scorpion tatoo!
SPEAKERS ARE AN IMPORTANT PART OF OUR CLUB Michelle Holcomb 2019-04-04 07:00:00Z 0
Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club past-president , John Gonzales, is getting help fromchildren at Love in Action Orpahage.  The ribbon cutting is for a new playground completed as a joint effort between the Rotary Club of Fountain Hills and the Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club.  Additional funds were provided by the Eden Prairie Noon Rotary Club and Charles Lloyd, a resident of Houston, Texas. 
With so much need in Mexico's communities, it was debated whether a playground is actually the best use of our club funds.  While learning about the need, John Gonzales and Kari Romey (Love in Action Executive Director) explained that the children living in the orphanage had probably not ever learned how to have fun prior to moving to Love in Action.  Their lives were only about survival.  Kari explained that learning to have fun promotes imagination and self-expression which are much-needed life skills.  For that reason, having a safe and fun environment is very important to their resident children.
Love In Action Playground, Chapala, Mexico Michelle Holcomb 2019-04-04 07:00:00Z 0