Higher Octave Healing
Cordially invites you to:
“Red, White and Chocolate”
An evening of chocolate and wine
Join Higher Octave for an evening of fine wine and chocolate under the stars at the beautiful Watershed in Tempe. Join us lakeside in your cocktail attire for live music, appetizers, a silent auction and chocolate!
To reserve your spot, tickets can be purchased through our website by clicking below, and they are $40 person or $75 per couple. Tickets will also be sold at the event. All proceeds benefit music therapy services through Higher Octave Healing. We look forward to seeing you there!
Saturday, April 18th, 2015
7:00PM – 9:00PM
5350 S. Lakeshore Drive
Tempe, AZ, 85283
SILENT AUCTION UPDATE
We are excited to have the following items as part of our silent auction at the event.
-4 Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Passes-
-A Horse Ranch Experience at Sunset Ranch-
Communication – Modes, Meaning and the Future – download
Award-winning journalist, author and trainer Shelley Gillespie will explore communication modes, meaning and the future of communicating.
- Do we have clarity?
- Does one-size-fit-all?
- Are reading, writing and ‘rithmetic lost arts?
Communication has dramatically changed in less than a decade. Are our messages real, informative and memorable? Can we truly communicate?
…A perspective on the message and how we communicate.
Award-winning journalist, writer, marketing consultant, educator, trainer, and speaker, Book Writing Success Coach Shelley Gillespie assists businesses and authors with their writing and communication projects.
As a writing consultant, she assisted in raising $9.3 million dollars for a non-profit and saved a community $5 million annually. A young man who was uncomfortable with writing overcame that problem by working with Shelley. He’s now a Fulbright Scholar.
While her job titles have included reporter, editor, marketing director, ghostwriter, training director and author, her most prophetic job title was “Problem Solver,” which now defines her work with clients and authors.
She has served as a volunteer for Maricopa Friends of the Library, Pinal County Open Space and Trails Committee, Girl Scouts, United Way, Habitat for Humanity, American Heart Association, Boy Scouts and others.
TEMPE CLUBS HOLD FIRST ANNUAL ROTARY DAY
In the spirit of what Rotary International President, Gary Huang, intended, the Rotary Clubs of Tempe (Downtown, Kyrene, Rio Salado, and South) with ASU Rotaract held their first annual Rotary Day at the SRP Pera Club on Saturday, March 14, 2015.
The event was a great opportunity for Rotarians and their friends and families to spend a day of fun and relaxation, but at the same time learn more about the Clubs in Tempe, their activities, and about Rotary in general.
The event was a team effort, and showed how the clubs can work today to promote Rotary in the local community. Special guests included Tempe City Councilmember Kolby Granville, District Governor John Pennypacker, and District Governor Elect Sherry Mischel. The Tempe Fire Department brought a fire truck, which was a great hit for both young and old. The kids were able to jump up and down in the bounce house, while their parents and friends relaxed in the afternoon sun.
Another major highlight was Madame Feder, the fortune teller, who brought nothing but good news to the participants. Hamburgers and hot dogs were served by the Rotary Culinary Chefs, while everybody listened to hits from several decades. There were many games to play, while enjoying the scenery surrounding the beautiful Pera Club.
Thanks to Randy Clawson for organizing, and the many Rotarians across the Tempe Clubs and ASU Rotaract for helping plan and execute the event.
The Rotary Clubs of Tempe, Arizona are hosting their first annual Rotary Day: a fun event that includes food, festivities, and carnival-like games open to the public with activities for the whole family. A variety of amusements, entertainments, and games of chance and skill will be available along with plenty of food and snacks to go around.
The Rotary Clubs of Tempe will host Rotary Day on March 14th between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm at the SRP Pera Club where they are expecting over 200 friends and families, and members of the community-at-large to participate and enjoy in the day’s festivities. The event is open to any body that wants to have fun.
Rotarians, as community members and civic leaders, are involved in a variety of service projects to improve our community and neighborhoods including park cleanups, food drives, charitable fundraisers, and traditional volunteer work. The Rotary Clubs of Tempe have worked with Habitat for Humanity, Feed My Starving Children, Higher Octave Healing, the Boys and Girls Club of the East Valley, the Kyrene Family Resource Center, the Centers for Habilitation, the Clothes Cabin, Project CURE, Maggie’s Place, St. Mary’s Food Bank, Elizabeth House, the Tempe Community Action Agency just to mention a few.
Rotary Clubs have often have held their Rotary Day events by participating in service projects including conducting free dental clinics for senior and low-income individuals, mentoring youth, and raising funds for polio eradication efforts. This year, the Rotary Clubs of Tempe will be raising items for the Phoenix VA Medical Center.