U.S. Sen. John McCain addresses Rotary Club of Scottsdale

Club President Tim Baughman opens the Rotary Club of Scottsdale luncheon  in which U.S. Senator John McCain was keynote speaker. From left, Matthew Dana, Rotarian; Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, Rotarian; Tim Baughman, Rotarian/club president; Jim Bruner, Rotarian; U. S. Sen. John McCain; Orme Lewis, Rotarian. (Submitted photo)

Club President Tim Baughman opens the Rotary Club of Scottsdale luncheon in which U.S. Senator John McCain was keynote speaker. From left, Matthew Dana, Rotarian; Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, Rotarian; Tim Baughman, Rotarian/club president; Jim Bruner, Rotarian; U. S. Sen. John McCain; Orme Lewis, Rotarian. (Submitted photo)

U. S. Senator John McCain recently spoke to Rotary Club of Scottsdale members and guests. The luncheon meeting held at McCormick Scottsdale’s Lakeside Ballroom was filled to capacity.

Sen. McCain, chairman of the Armed Services Committee and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, discussed how he advocates for foreign policies that defend against established and emerging global security threats; and, he shared his concern for the national’s vital security interests.

John McCain 1Sen. McCain directly addressed individual questions from the audience about such issues as energy, water and the environment; foreign affairs; technology; defense and national security.

Rotary Club of Scottsdale is known for its outstanding speakers – nationally known innovators, high ranking legislators, supreme court judges, high ranking military officials, sports figures (professional/university), artists, educators, business owners/professionals and more.

Club President Tim Baughman welcomes guests to the Rotary Club of Scottsdale, where community and business leaders have gathered for 60 years to serve the youth of Scottsdale while supporting Rotary International’s global efforts to promote education, health, sanitation, and peace.

For more information, visit www.scottsdalerotary.org and/or call 480-945-6158.

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