Welcome to our Club!
Four Peaks

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 6:45 AM
DC Bar & Grill
10440 N Indian Wells Drive
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
United States of America
We meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday at DC Bar & Grill
We are excited to share our upcoming club events!
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We had such a wonderful social evening on October 23rd at the Reverse Raffle!
Much laughter, smiles, and even a little bit of competition made the night unforgettable.
Carrying on with the vision of Past Member and President, Bill Beamish, Four Peaks Rotarians built a scaled replica of the Twin Towers surrounded by 411 American Flags representing the Firefighters, Paramedics and Police Officers that died at the 9/11 site.
The display served as a backdrop for the Town of Fountain Hills celebration.
Our beloved Four Peaks Rotary Member, Bill Beamish, passed away on September 13th, 2021.
His "Celebration of Life" service was held on September 18th, 2021.
Bill was an extraordinary man who loved others, loved God, and always lived out service above self.
He will be greatly missed, but his legacy will live on forever through the many people he helped.
The Four Peaks Foundation awarded the following amounts in July 2021:
  • $3,500 to Bob's Free Bikes 
  • $5,000 to Foster Your Future
On July 5th, members from our Four Peaks Rotary club helped clean up the Fountain Park after a fun Fourth of July night of music and fireworks!
We had a wonderful In and Out Party on June 19th, 2021. We celebrated the great Rotary year that President Scott Sommer led us in, and we welcomed future success by celebrating our 2021-2022 Four Peaks Rotary President, Scott Sommer!  Scott is only the 4th club member to have served 2 consecutive years as club president!
Many of our Rotary members also received awards on this special evening: 
  • Outstanding Leadership as President 2019/2020 - the late Jeff Poynter
  • Sergeant At Arms Award - the late Jerry Berna
  • President's Award of Excellence - the late Buzz Ponce
  • Rotarian of The Year - Todd Harris
  • Rotarian Rookie of The Year - Isabelle Clausen
  • Outstanding Leadership, Dedication, and Limitless Enthusiasm for Four Peaks Rotary Club - Jay Schlum
  • Quiet Rotarian Award - Jack Reynolds
  • Perfect Attendance For 28 Years Award - Paul Perreault
   Four Peaks Rotary Club is a young service organization based in Fountain Hills, Arizona.  Our members care about our community, our world, and our future generations. We provide service for various local causes and we raise money for youth programs, local charities, and international humanitarian projects.  We are an integral part of Rotary International, the most established and well respected service organization in the world.   We encourage you to explore our website to learn more about Rotary and our small, but dynamic club. If you are interested in being part of the things we do, please contact me or our club officers by clicking on our name link listed in the Club Executives & Directors column at the top right of this page.
    Scott Sommer, 2021-2022 Four Peaks Rotary Club President
   Four Peaks Rotary Club - P.O. Box 18111 Fountain Hills, AZ 85269


Memorial Day Monday May 31, 2021
at Fountain Park, Fountain Hills, AZ
Thank you to those who helped placed flags in loving memory of the
men and women who gave their lives in service to our nation

The 2021-2022 Rotary International theme is Serve To Change Lives, tasking Rotarians to create opportunities that strengthen their leadership, help put service ideas into action, and improve the lives of those in need. We are always working to better our community and the world we live in. The following officers will lead us through coming Rotary year!

President: Scott Sommer

President Elect: Todd Harris

Past President: Scott Sommer

Secretary: Robin Brand

Treasurer: Patrick Benkowski

Directors: Jeff Stack, Bob Jacobius, Isabelle Clausen 

 To think that there are thousands of people living in Arizona without access to basic plumbing and clean, running water is unimaginable. But that is precisely the case for the Navajo Nation, located in parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.

     Four Peaks Rotary learned at the Club’s June 13 meeting of a Rotary International project that provides construction of individual water systems for Navajo homes. Solar panels and electrical connections are included for families that do not have electrical service, as well.

     Guided by Rotary project director Jim Bissonet at the June 13 meeting, Four Peaks heard how the Club can get involved in helping the Navajo Nation with their water needs. According to President-elect Jeff Poynter, the Club will have an opportunity to vote on receiving a Rotary Global Grant that would allow Four Peaks to work hand-in-hand with Rotary International in solving the water crisis with the Navajo Nation.

     Poynter is optimistic that the project fits well with Four Peaks Rotary’s vision. “We’re a club that wants to help as many people as possible. This is a tremendous opportunity for Four Peaks Rotary to step up and really make a difference in many lives.” 

     The Club hopes to make an announcement within the next few weeks of their partnership with Rotary International and the Navajo Nation.

     Four Peaks Rotary meets the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 7 am at Fountain View Village. For more information regarding the Club, visit 


Four Peaks Rotary President-elect Jeff Poynter (left) and Rotary International project coordinator Jim Bissonet shared Rotary’s plan to initiate underground cistern systems to hundreds of homes in the Navajo Nation. Four Peaks Rotary is hopeful of becoming a part of this Rotary International effort to supply clean water and electricity to the Navajo Nation.
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PO Box 18111
Fountain Hills, AZ  85269
United States of America
Scott Sommer
Club President 2021-22
 : 480-837-6000
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