Recognition for Participation in the Rotary Passport Club of District 5180 Measured in "Lives Saved"
Unlike other Rotary clubs, the Rotary Passport Club does not have regular weekly meetings, nor does it sponsor (at this writing) any service projects or fundraising projects.  At other clubs, attendance at club meetings, and sometimes at other club events and projects, is the measure of involvement and participation for a Rotary member.
In Rotary Passport Club, our goal is to encourage members to engage with the other Rotary clubs in District 5180 by attending their meetings, service projects and fundraising projects.  In addition, Rotary Passport Club encourages participation in giving programs sponsored by The Rotary Foundation.
Instead of an attendance measure, the Rotary Passport Club will give credit for the participation of its members in the aforementioned activities by crediting members with "Lives Saved", measured by their giving of time and money (for specific ways to give time and money see "How To Give - Time" and "How To Give - Money" links on the Home page)
Each year, a member is expected to save one life.  A life saved is earned by participating in Rotary activities for 40 hours during the Rotary Year (July 1 - June 30) or contributing $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation or fundraising projects of the Rotary clubs of 5180 or a combination of the two.
For Example -
  If Molly, a Rotary Passport Member, does the following during the Rotary Year - 
              (1) Donates $400 to The Rotary Foundation's Annual Fund,
              (2) Donates $40 to a local District 5180 Rotary club's Crab Feed,
              (3) Attends 11 meetings at different District 5180 Rotary clubs, and
              (4) Spends 25 hours of her time on different District 5180 Rotary club service projects
Molly will be credited with Two (2) Lifes Saved for the year.
Members report their hours for the Rotary Passport Club of District 5180 through this link - 
The Rotary Passport Club holds its members to the highest of ethical standards.  We measure this standard by The Four Way Test of the things our members think, say and do.  Namely,
   (1) Is it the Truth?
   (2) Is it Fair to All Concerned?
   (3) Will it Build Goodwill and Better Friendships?
   (4) Will it Be Beneficial to All Concerned?
Using this test as their guide, members will report their participation hours (meetings, service projects and fundraising projects) and dollars contributed to local Rotary Clubs in District 5180 to the Club Secretary.  Any dollars contributed by Rotary Passport Members to The Rotary Foundation will be automatically reported.
At a Club Event near the end of the Rotary Year, all Rotary Passport Members who have saved 1 or more lives during the year will be recognized for their achievement.


Kwame Acquaah - 730 Hour (18 Lives Saved)

Sam Anderson - 50 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Brad Asbury -  52 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Sue Barrett - 49 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Pat Braziel -  84 Hours (2 Lives Saved)

Bill Bowen - 7 Hours 

Mike Cooper - 15 Hours

Gina Dominguez 49 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Donna Fleshman - 50 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Janice Gage - 6 Hours

Hanns Haesslein - 50 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Megan Ham - 193 Hours (4 Lives Saved)

Trudy Harris - 41 Hours ( 1 Life Saved)

Christie Harrison - 47 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Sheri Katz - 43 Hours (1 Life Saved)

David Kenitzer -  144 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Ed Kriz - 62 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Carol Langley - 335 Hours (7.5 Lives Saved)

Debbie Lott - 61 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Jeff McAlpin -  34 Hours

Janet Meredith - 18 Hours

Jessica Miller - 31 Hours

Jack Mintz - 40 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Tami Paraker - 15 Hours 

Stephanie Pastor - 6 Hours

Jim Quinney – 203 Hours (5 Lives Saved)

Leigh-Ann Reinero - 381 Hours (6.5 Lives Saved)

Mike Reinero - 126 Hours (3 Lives Saved)

Roxanne Snyder -  90 Hours (2 Lives Saved)

JoAnne Tanner - 83 Hour (2 Lives Saved)

Sara Thornros - 52 Hours (1 Life Saved)

Ed Trujillo - 149 Hours (3.5 Lives Saved)

Congratulations and thank you for your service!!!
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of US$1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. It was established in 1957 to show appreciation for and encourage substantial contributions to what was then the Foundation’s only program, Rotary Foundation Fellowships for Advanced Study, the precursor to Ambassadorial Scholarships.
The Paul Harris Fellows for Rotary Passport One are as follows (as of September 2018):
Kwame Acquaah PHF
Sam Anderson PHF(MD)
Brad Asbury PHF (Bx2)
Sue Barrett PHF(B/S)
Bill Bowen PHF+2
Pat Braziel PHF(MD)
Kelly Byam PHF(MD/S/B)
Dwight Chambers PHF(+4/S)
Michael Cooper PHF
Greg Dixon PHF
Louise Dutton PHF
Diana Ebbitt-Riehle PHF(+2)
Donna Fleshman PHF(+3)
Al Frumkin PHF (MDx3/S/Bx4)
Janis Gage PHF (MD/Bx2)
Lisa Goudy PHF
Megan Ham PHF(+1)
Christie Harrison PHF
Monique Harris PHF (S)
Allan Harry PHF(+2)
Cathy Harry PHF(+1)
Hanns Haesslein PHF(+2)
Jerry Harner PHF
Eric James PHF
David Kenitzer PHF(+8)
Carol Langley PHF(+5)
Jeff McAlpin PHF
Michele Mutoza PHF +2
Tom O’Conner PHF (+1)
George Paraker PHF(+1)
Tami Paraker PHF
Alice Perez PHF(+1)
Leigh-Ann Reinero PHF(MD)
Mike Reinero PHF (MD/S/B)
Brandon Silveira PHF
Roxanne Snyder PHF(+2/B)
JoAnne Tanner PHF(+2/B)
Carsen Tazi PHF(+1)
Sara Thornros PHF(+4/S)
Ed Trujillo PHF (+3)
Jan Valine PHF
Elaine vanOverbeek PHF(MD)
Paul Harris Fellows Have Contributed $1,000 for each PHF Major Donors (MD) Have Contributed $10,000+
Paul Harris Society (S) Have Pledged  a $1000 Contribution Per Year
Bequest Society Members (B) have Designated $10,000 or more to the Foundation in their Estate Plans