Student Rotarian

Alec Duranceau, our outgoing Student Rotarian, gave a short talk on his post-high school goals and aspirations. As with many of our Student Rotarians, Alec is an intelligent, motivated, and socially aware individual. He plans on applying his ethics and convictions to serve his fellow man through medecine. Dad, Alec and Mom

Alec will be attending the University of Arizona (go WildCats!) where he will study medicine and embark on the long journey to become a doctor. He had an opportunity recently to visit a hospital in the Philippines and noted the clear need for additional physicians there as well as everywhere else such as the Arizona metro areas. And after all, he said, Dr. Duranceau has kind of a nice ring to it.

Thank you for telling us a little bit about your goals Alec. We look forward to a bright future for you and hope to see you again!


Joseph provided our program, "Cinco de Mayo" in which he discussed a little bit about race, discrimination and fellowship. He commented on the discrimination that he has seen in his time in Kingman and in the West at large. On considering fellowship in Rotary, Joseph noted that in Rotary, no one hesitates to grab and shake someone's hand. Joseph

Thank you Joseph! As William noted, your words really embodied the essence of Rotarian fellowship.



  • The Rotary Board meeting will be held Monday, May 12, 2008 at Moon's house at 6:30 PM. For directions, please contact Moon (you can find his contact information in our membership directory). New Members please come also. This will also be the new member orientation. As always, all members are welcome to join.
  • There will be a benefit golf tournament for Sarah's House this coming May 17th at the Valle Vista Golf Course. Click here for more information.
  • Our May 14 meeting will be but short by a little. We will be wrapping up by 12:45 PM to accomodate a special event.
  • JC and Carol recently celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary.
  • Phil and Sandy recently celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary.
  • Mary Clark from the Route 66 Rotary Club let us know that the area Rotary clubs will be sponsoring a hospitality suite at the upcoming district conference. The theme for the suite will be "British Invasion and Austin Powers" which should be a lot of fun. She invited our club to join in sponsorship of this suite. The Board will review the request at the May 12 Board meeting.


  • Ellis (Honorary Member)
  • Kirby (Honorary Member)
  • Ron (Honorary Member)
  • Zach Larsen (Guest of Mo)
  • Mary Clark (Visiting Rotarian)
  • Alec Duranceau (Outgoing Student Rotarian)
  • Mom and Dad Duranceau (Parents of Alec, Student Rotarian)
  • Tegan Gibbelew (Incoming Student Rotarian)
  • Thanks

    Thank you to all of the members that helped with duties!

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