Posted by Steve Lettau on Jun 15, 2020

Just a quick final update for the Sam Azinger Trophy:

In 2018-2019, the TM-Rotary Noon Club squeaked by in the inaugural year to take the Sam Azinger Trophy, in part because the Sunrise Club may or may not have been made aware that the competition had been created. With just 3 weeks left in the 2019-2020 Rotary year, we have seen the Noon Club take a substantial lead in the race for the Sam Azinger Trophy. We remind you that the Sam Azinger Trophy will be passed between the Noon Club and Sunrise Club to be held by the club that raised more money to the Rotary Foundation and Polio Plus the previous year.

Currently the Noon Club has raised a whopping $7,001.00, while the Sunrise Club is trailing with $3,570.50. We all know that the Sunrise Club has been waiting to make several last minute moves to try to catch the Noon Club sleeping. Meanwhile, the Noon Club has not let off the gas all year. Will we see a last minute surge from the Sunrise Club, or should Wayne Larrivee throw the dagger? We’ll see how these final weeks play out.

Sam Azinger
TM Rotary Noon Club