Tom Sadvary named Honorary Member of Scottsdale Rotary

Tom Sadvary, left, being designated Honorary Member by Rotary Club President Max Rumbaugh.

Tom Sadvary, left, being designated Honorary Member by Rotary Club President Max Rumbaugh.

Tom Sadvary, HonorHealth CEO and 2005-06 Rotary Club of Scottsdale Club president, was recently designated an Honorary Member by the club’s board of directors.

Honorary Members are Rotarians who have distinguished themselves by meritorious service in the furtherance of Rotary ideals.

The club honored Mr. Sadvary for his diligent service, vision and leadership as a Rotarian, as well as, for his enthusiastic corporate and community leadership.

Win Holden, left, and his host, Rotarian Jim Bruner, greeting luncheon attendees.

Win Holden, left, and his host, Rotarian Jim Bruner, greeting luncheon attendees.

At the same meeting, Win Holden, College Football Championship, Arizona Organizing Committee co-chair, told Rotarian luncheon attendees and their guests that downtown Phoenix will a host a weekend fan festival, concert series and the ESPN broadcast of the College Football Playoff National Championship on Jan. 11.

The 2016 game will match the winners of the Cotton and Orange bowls, which will be played on Dec. 31.

The championship game will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.

Rotarians Pat Rile and Merv Morelock reminded members it was time to sign up to ring Salvation Army Kettle Bells at Scottsdale’s Fashion Square Mall.

Each and every year, just prior to the holidays, members of the Rotary Club of Scottsdale perform a variety of services and lend their support to the Salvation Army. Scottsdale Rotarians and their friends are “Bell Ringers,” accumulate coins for the “Changing Lives” program, donate toys to underprivileged children through “The Angel Tree” program and make outright gifts to the Salvation Army.

Visit www.scottsdalerotary.org or call 480-945-6158 to inquire about club meetings, programs, projects and membership.

Rotarian and Past Club President Pat Rile encouraging members to take home a Salvation Army “Changing Lives” program coin collection can.

Rotarian and Past Club President Pat Rile encouraging members to take home a Salvation Army “Changing Lives” program coin collection can.

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