Women in Rotary make a big difference!

Three local women have recently joined the Rotary Club of Fountain Hills.  Club President, Richard Karr, recently commented on the commitment shown by these new members.  Karr said, "Each of them has jumped right into the organization and are finding ways to use their talents for the benefit of the club.  We are fortunate to have them in our membership."
Deb Carmachel (left) is a director at Morningstar Assisted Living and Memory Care of Fountain Hills.  She immediately joined the Club's Social Committee and helped organize the summer lunch calendar that supports local restaurants.  Additionally she is organizing a 'Hats off to Rotary' event as well as dinner and a night at the Fountain Hills Community Theater in January.   
Carey Martin (center) is new to Fountain Hills but not new to Rotary.  From her previous experience, she knew one of the best ways to get involved and make new friends is to join a local Rotary Club.  The day after Carey was inducted she utilzed her talents and conducted 'mock interviews' for women involved with Save the Family in Mesa.  This program helps people trying to get higher paying jobs to better support their families.  Carey is Vice President of Sales and Operations for Next Level Performers, a recruiting company with nationwide ties.
Cheryl Gollan (right) is a long-time Fountain Hills resident who came to the Club's rescue over one year ago.  The Club was seeking a treasurer and Cheryl agreed to handle the bookkeeping aspect.  She did such a great job she was invited to become the Treasurer.  Her experience with numbers made it a perfect fit and an easy transition.  Cheryl has also been seen volunteering with Little League during the time her son was playing ball.  Now that he has graduated from high school and Cheryl has a little more available time, she said she looks forward to the many volunteer opportunities through the Fountain Hills Rotary Club.