The good news for me is that I can type again.  My wrist is healing nicely though it  is still stiff.  Valle Verde Rotary Club continues to purr along.  Rotarian Volney chaired a Jazz for Fun committee meeting in the absence of the PE Jim Rusk who is visiting family in Indianapolis for a few days. He will have a report for us tomorrow.
Last Saturday those of us who did not walk to end Alzheimer's at Quail Creek sold beer at the Chili Cook Off at Posada Java.  It seems that four of the five judges for the cook off were Valle Verde Rotarians.  Assuming that a profit was made on the beer sales, it will be split with the Fire Corps. Having left early for another social event, I will also assume that two empty kegs were returned to the brewery after the event.
I spoke to Rotarian and social organizer Max and he has the football tickets.  If you owe us for the tickets please see Max or me. President Larry authorized two ads for the upcoming Veterans Day Parade on Nov. 11 at La Posada. This is a first for our community, I believe, and long overdue.  We talk a lot about the passing of the WW II veterans but overlook the Korean and Vietnam veterans who are quickly dwindling as well. 
One last item: Virginia and I no longer have a phone number associated with a land line.  You can reach us via our cell phones numbers: 520 240 4307 for her; 520 240 4303 for me.
Finally, do not forget I 19 Corridor Rotary Mixer which is coming up soon at La Posada.  Valle Verde and Green Valley Rotary Clubs are sponsoring this event and catering is by the good people at La Posada.