Estes Valley Sunrise Rotary ClubShining for the Community
We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
The Other Side Restaurant
900 Moraine AveEstes Park, CO 80517United States
SUNRISE ROTARY'S PAUL HARRIS FELLOWS
Sunrise Rotary has 29 Paul Harris Fellows, more than 40 percent of its membership. Pictured are the Paul Harris Fellows attending the January 15th meeting.
Bob Alexander, David White, Sandy Begley, Karla Van Drie, Chuck Levine, Kathy Levine, Kristi Faraguna (seated), Sam Portman, Eric Blackhurst, Leon Wiese, Ed Lewis, Carroll Mock, Jane Schoen (seated), Don Darling, Ray Leaycraft, Harriette Woodard (seated), Marcy Predmore, Jim Daughterty, Howard Steinfath, Richard Visintainer and Steve Mitchell.
Paul Harris Fellows not pictured: Rob Austin, Vaughn Baker, Shelley Doggett, Tim Hull, Nancy Kaufman, Steve Misch, Bob Richardson and Lynne and Richard Ward.
KATHY LEVINE RECEIVES AWARD
Estes Valley Sunrise Rotary recently honored Kathy Levine, wife of club member Chuck Levine, with a Paul Harris Fellowship. The club has 29 Paul Harris Fellows, more than 40 percent of its membership.
Rotary members who give $1,000 or more to the Rotary Foundation are recognized as Paul Harris Fellows. The funds go to the Annual Program Fund, the Polio Plus Fund or the Humanitarian Grants Program.
ETHICS SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
How does Rotary’s Four-Way Test apply to your life?
Junior and Senior students at Estes Park High School have an opportunity to win a $5,000 ethics scholarship award offered by Rotary Districts 5440, 5450 and 5470 and Better Business Bureaus serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming. The goal of the scholarship is to reward a student who applies Rotary’s guiding principles of The Four-Way Test to his or her life and illustrates this effectively through a written essay.
25th Anniversary Birthday Party
Don't miss Sunrise Rotary's 25th Birthday Party at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2 at the new Trout Haven Event Center. We're inviting past presidents and former Sunrise Rotarians. We're also drawing for a Paul Harris Fellowship for all those who attend. RSVP to Karla Van Drie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunrise Rotary Honors Sponsors
Proud to be a RotarianIt was a trip to Mexico that crystallized Rotary’s place in the world for District 5440 Governor Mike Forney, who spoke at Sunrise Rotary’s regular morning meeting on October 16. He’d joined the Steamboat Springs Rotary, attended the meetings and served on several committees when the president asked him to go on a clean water mission trip to a small village in Mexico.
Autumn is Golden for Sunrise RotaryA sun-splashed weekend and a hardworking crew of Sunrise Rotarians and Interact kids resulted in another record-breaking Autumn Gold Festival held on September 22-23, 2012.
Score Another VictoryBy Glenn D. Malpiede
In Llacamate, Peru, high in the Andes, there is a small community of approximately six hundred and fifty people that now has clean drinking water, instead of their usual bacteria-ridden water, traditionally drawn from the river. For this tiny community, clean drinking water means less disease and a better standard of living. Chalk one up for Rotary International and Engineers Without Borders – USA (EWB).
WHAT MAKES A SUNRISE ROTARIAN?What makes a Sunrise Rotarian? What makes a Sunrise Rotarian different than those who serve in other service clubs in Estes Park?