Rotary programs in March that you will want to attend

Sheriff Babeu

Sheriff Babeu

Norm Noble

On Tuesday, March 3 Dr. Harold Wong, Arizona Republic Consulting Columnist and Financial Educator, will present “Secrets of Roth and Multi-Generational IRAs” to the Sun Lakes Rotary Club’s breakfast meeting. Would you like to pay $0 tax on your IRA for life? Prevent the tax man from taking 30-40 percent of your IRA in one lump sum? Multiply inherited income two to 20 times for your kids and grandkids? Learn how husbands can create a $250,000 emergency fund for their wives! Sound interesting? You need to attend this meeting.

“For seven years, Dr. Wong has been the exclusive person writing the column on money for The Arizona Republic Community section. During the past year, his research has been distributed to 1,600 newspapers across America, including USA Today and The Wall Street Cheat Sheet. He has a Ph.D. in Economics (UC Berkeley) and passed the CPA exam in 1979. He has been a guest on over 400 TV/radio shows and over 1,000,000 have heard his message.

On Tuesday, March 10 Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County will be the headliner, presenting updates on the USA/AZ border and Mexican cartel. Pinal County is the number one pass through county in all of American for drug and human smuggling- ground zero in the fallout over America’s unsecured Southern border.

Pinal County contains an estimated 75-100 drug cartel cells and listening posts/observation posts, used to facilitate the illegal transportation of people and narcotics into the United States. There have been cartel murders on residential streets, cold blooded executions and attacks on law enforcement.

Sheriff Babeu has emerged as a national leader on border security and is an outspoken critic of the federal government’s failure to fulfill their most solemn obligation-to keep us safe. This is another meeting you will want to attend.

On March 31 Bill Fitzpatrick will be sharing his passion about exploring the unknown in underground caves. If you are claustrophobic, this is the meeting for you to overcome your fears through the courage of another.

The Rotary Club of Sun Lakes meets for breakfast every Tuesday morning at 6:30 a.m. in the Oakwood Country Club Ballroom. The meetings start at 7:00 a.m. and end promptly at 8:00 a.m. The cost of breakfast is $12. To make reservations for any meeting contact Rotarian Don Prestin at 480-802-0439.