Chartered in 1914, we are the 100th Rotary International club to be established. Addressing global issues such as poverty, health, hunger, education and the environment, we are proud to be one of the largest, most active and highly respected service clubs. Together, we are making a world of difference and changing lives.
With a membership of over 275 business and professional men and women, we provide opportunities for networking in the Rotary tradition of “Service Above Self.” Our hands on community service and charitable giving supports a wide variety of activities, both domestically and abroad.
Much of what happens at Phoenix Rotary 100 today was set in motion in 1914, including weekly meetings, a newsletter (initially called the “Rotary Smile,” which became the “Rotarizonian” in 1924) and a commitment to community service.
What would it take to change the world? One Rotarian can and does make a difference. Our members have the abilities, the financial resources and contacts to mobilize business, professional, civic and political leaders worldwide.
FBI Special Agent John Iannarelli
Teens Going to Prison for Sexting
What is sexting? And why do so many teens do it? Why might teens go to prison for doing it? In the world of cyberspace, sending certain sexual images over the net or over a smart phone might not be so smart. FBI Special Agent John Iannarelli who is our speaker on this day will explain why otherwise good teens who send these images can be prosecuted as an adult, do time in prison, and be forever branded as a sex offender.