Joe Daniszewski is a motivational speaker, relationship coach, executive Scout leader, Tucson Rotary club member, and the Rotary District 5500 Peace Committee Chairperson.
    Joe shared some background information about the worldwide Peace Pole project, originated in Japan by Masahisa Goi to spread a message of peace worldwide. This action was in wake of the destruction by World War II and the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He outlined how “May Peace Prevail on Earth” is such a powerful message, and informed us that many of the 18 district clubs have launched one or multiple peace poles. He spoke about the opportunity to become a “Peace Builder” Rotary club by planning a year of projects that promote peace. He also shared the key role that Rotary International had in founding the United Nations. Joe suggested a memorial launch ceremony for each peace pole involving the host Rotary club, other service clubs, community leaders, and students. He informed us of the District Peace conference cancelled last April 4th due to the pandemic, but which would be rescheduled next Spring, and may be a ZOOM event and having excellent speakers already lined up.
Guests: Our club welcomed a guest Dana Reynolds, who owns a resume preparation business and has been a long-time resident and business owner in Northwest Tucson.