On Thursday, February 1, our very own Ed Perry talked about the hurricane damage in Puerto Rico and the Island of Vieques.
On a rainy November 18th, Central Interact organized a 5K race at Crystal Lake Park to raise funds for charity. Several C-U Sunrise Rotarians volunteered to help with the event and present a $500 donation.
Jim Rossow, vice president for news at News-Gazette Media, on Sept. 28, gave us a look at the plans for local media.
Rev. Sheryl Palmer got us up to date on the homeless men’s winter shelter plans and how Rotarians can help.
On a warm September Saturday, several C-U Sunrisers and guests took out the ‘Party Barge’ on Lake Shelbyville. There was lots of great conversation and food as we slowly sailed up the lake… only to loose the steering at Eagle Creek. However, it was a perfect opportunity to go for a swim (Todd, Beth and Ed) and to fire up the grills and have lunch.
After we were towed back in to the marina, Keith Brandau invited us all over to his houseboat. Thanks Keith for putting this all together!
On August 17th, C-U Sunrise Rotarians bid a fond farewell to long time member Barb Lintner. Barb will be moving to Oregon to be with her family. Barb has been very active in our club for decades organizing events such as Read Across America and working with children to get them interested in reading.
We will miss you Barb… good luck out west!
On July 20, DG Larry Howell spoke to C-U Sunrise Rotary and outlined his goals for the year.