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Welcome to the Kingman Rotary Club!


People of Action

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
DamBar Steakhouse
1960 E. Andy Devine Ave
P.O. Box 3566
Kingman, AZ  86401
United States of America
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District Governor Dave Simmer attended the club lunch on Sept. 25, 2019. He shared the importance of Rotarians being "People of Action" by sharing everywhere what we do and proudly wearing our Rotary pins. He also talked about our new theme "Rotary Connects the World" and shared that there were only 3 reported cases of polio this year due in large part to the efforts of Rotary and vaccinations in many countries. There are only 2 countries remaining, Afghanistan and Nigeria, for polio to be completely eradicated. His presentation was very enthusiastic and motivational. 
Kingman Rotary Club Welcomes 4 New Members! We were very happy to induct new Rotarians from left to right: Suzy Conklin, Kurtis Yoakum, Kristen Ott, and Gretchen Dorner. They bring their individual areas of expertise and knowledge to our club. 
District Governor Dave Simmer welcomes new member Kristen Ott, a 3rd generation Rotarian, to our club.
Mr. John Blake gave the club a presentation on what support he provides the schools athletes.  He had the Lucero girls demonstrate how to properly wrap an ankle before a game.
Charlie and Tammy Lucero have much to be proud of, their oldest daughter Paige is accomplishing great things.  Paige spoke about her years at Lee Williams and her accomplishments as well as her goals for the future.  She will be an asset to athletic medicine someday.
Jed Noble was sworn into the club by Bill Porter.  Jed is a civil engineer and his wife is a photographer.
Gary Kellogg, Director for Planning and Economic Development and Tourism for the City of Kingman. Gary gave an update on the improvements the City has made at the airport in a short amount of time. He also spoke about upcoming projects.
Dan Delmonico gave the club a bit of an insight to the world of banking, specifically business banking.  
Our first Student Rotarian of this school year, Julian Mann.  Julian is very impressive and will do great things.
District Governor Jim Erickson paid our club a visit in September.  He wanted to stress the importance of staying involved and active in Rotary.
Kingman High and Lee Williams Cross Country teams visited and told us why they put in all that hard work. Anne Bathauer, coach for KHS and runners Julia Oster and Christian Yazzie.  Joan Abraham, coach for LWHS and runners Kylie Cantrell and Cayden Robles.
Gary Watson-Rotarian and Mohave County Supervisor. Gary presented today on the status of Mohave County‚Äôs water situation.  Our officials are studying the effects of groundwater pumping in the Hualapai Basin Aquifer.  Gary brought guest speaker, Nick Hont.  Nick is an engineer with many years experience in coming up with solutions for preserving rainwater and managing the flow of rainwater.  
Matt Grimes, Student Rotarian.  Matt is involved in the Key Club as President, they participate in conducting blood drives.  Last year they were able to draw 250 units of blood that ultimately effected 500 people.  He is a member of the National Honor Society as well as a percussionist in the schools marching band.  Matt was honored with a scholarship for $84,000 to attend the prestigious school, Embry Riddle.  Matt's goal is to ultimately become a commercial airline pilot.  Good luck to you Matt!
Debi Sherwood had the program honors today, she invited Bill Ward of The Club for Youth, formerly known as The Boys and Girls Club.  Bill fosters an environment rich in positivity, structure and support consisting of many forms.  Whether the children need assistance with homework or help with everyday problems, the Club is there.  Bill is anticipating a move to a larger facility, construction to start as early as 2020.  Donations are not only welcomed but necessary to make their goals.  Thank you to Bill for making a difference in Kingman's youth.
Courtney Mossor, Senior at Kingman High School.  Courtney has many achievements here in Kingman and will undoubtedly achieve many more in the US Navy.  She is our first Student Rotarian of 2018.
Kingman's  first Lego League came to present their scientific findings on a solution for rainfall runoff entering the city's sewer system.  They did a great job.  We wish them much luck on their upcoming competition in Flagstaff.
Meeting Responsibilities
Member Chairs
Esplin, Ryan
Moon, Phil
Ott, Cathy
Public Relations
Turney, Brian
Golf Tournament
Moon, Scott
Community Projects
Moon, Phil
Esplin, Ryan
Rotary Foundation
Varga, Henry
Social Media
Cook, Randall
Vocational Contact
Pickering, Kelly (Pick)
Pickering, Jennifer
Club Administration
Wales, Bill
Daddy Daughter Dance
Cook, Randall
Lucero, Charles
Student Rotarian
Lucero, Charles
Del Monaco, Dan
Teacher Appreciation
Lucero, Charles
Billy Sipe
Oct 23, 2019
Randy Cook
Oct 30, 2019
Jed Noble
Nov 06, 2019
Cathy Ott
Nov 13, 2019
Brian Turney
Nov 20, 2019
Pete Byers
Nov 27, 2019
Derek Carlisle
Dec 11, 2019
Gary Watson
Dec 18, 2019