PHOENIX, AZ — Phoenix Rotary 100 is organizing a club meeting with Mark Cushing. Some of the topics that are going to be discussed are hurdles the community faces with regard to more widespread pet ownership and the increasing demand to have pets in the communities.
Mark Cushing has focused on animal health, animal welfare, veterinary and veterinary educational issues, as well as accreditation, since 2004, and has built a cutting-edge practice in these areas. "Pet Nation: The Love Affair that Changed America," Cushing's most recent book, was published last year and takes an in-depth look at the factors that shaped how pets became cherished parts of families.
This is a hybrid meeting that will be streamed live through Zoom on July 23 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Reservations must be made before 3 p.m. on Friday, July 16 to get the $35 discount. After that time, late registrations will cost $40. Cancellations made after July 16 will not be refunded.
The University Club of Phoenix, at 39 E. Monte Vista Road, Phoenix, 85004, will host the in-person lunch meeting. There is free parking on-site and a plated lunch is included in the price.
To register, follow this link
Rotarians are leaders in their professions, communities and vocations. We gather once a week to explore how to improve people's lives both locally and worldwide. To be more effective in this mission, we require and promote a diverse membership. Rotary's slogan is "Service Above Self," and the organization is made up of over 33,000 local clubs serving communities all over the world. Phoenix Rotary 100 was formed in 1914 as Rotary's 100th club.
Phoenix Rotary 100 has been in the vanguard of community service in Phoenix and beyond for many years, with past members such as Neil Armstrong, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Dianne Feinstein and many more.
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