Rotary Club of Scottsdale greets visiting Rotarians

Rotary Club of Scottsdale

Visitors from Zimbabwe’s Rotary Club of Bulawayo exchange Rotary Club Banners with Rotary Club of Scottsdale President Max Rumbaugh.

Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently welcomed visiting Rotarians Catherine and Jackson Munyenyiwa from Zimbabwe’s Rotary Club of Bulawayo, District 9210, and Ted TrueBlood from Anchorage Alaska Rotary Club to its weekly club meeting.

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Visitor from Anchorage Alaska Rotary Club exchanges club banner.

If a Rotarian is traveling, they are encouraged to visit clubs in the new area to make up a missed meeting at one’s home club.

There are 1.2 million members within 34,000 clubs among 200 countries and geographic areas around the world. Rotary Club of Scottsdale is always honored to host visiting Rotarians from around the world at each of its meetings.

The club conducts the colorful tradition of exchange of Rotary Club banners. Rotarians traveling to distant locations often take banners to exchange as a token of fellowship.

Rotary Club of Scottsdale uses the decorative banners received as attractive displays at its club meetings. The club’s banner collection reflects Rotary members’ hometown pride and their connection with Rotary International.

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Delbert W. Ray Sr. speaking at Rotary Club of Scottsdale meeting.

At the meeting, members, guests and visiting Rotarians enjoyed the opportunity to learn about Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community from its president, Delbert W. Ray Sr.

For more information about Rotary Club of Scottsdale’s upcoming speakers, projects, programs and meeting dates/locations visit

Visitors to club meetings are always welcome. Call 480-945-6158.

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