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Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary Club

Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary

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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 6:40 AM
The Epic Egg
2300 Carey Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82001
United States of America
2nd and 4th Tue. of each mo. 6:40 a.m.
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Even though the spring weather escaped for a few days and we had snow, hearty Sunrise Rotarian’s showed up to listen to a great presentation by one of our own, Barb Kuzma.  Barb’s wealth of information concerning Cheyenne’s housing market was shared with our group.  Many questions were asked and the discussion continued out to the side walk outside as we left.  That is how you know there was a home run presentation.  Thank you Barb!
We were thrilled to have Earl come back and join us today.  We hope a few more “snow birds” will come back to the breakfast table in the next few weeks.  We miss you when you are gone.  We also welcomed Assistant Governor Robin Sims to the table this a.m.
A few reminders:
  • Rotary Social Hour at Kellie and Jack Wrights – Thursday, May 13th, 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.  Bring a prospective member.  Please r.s.v.p.!
  • May 25th meeting will be outside cleaning up our section of the Greenway.  Breakfast burritos will be provided.  Jim Coffin sent out a great email yesterday with instructions.  Thank you, Jim and Kellie, for organizing.
  • Speakers for July and on are needed.  Let Kevin know if you have suggestions.
  • Noon Club’s car drawing happening June 2.  Check out tickets on their website.
  • Golf Tournament is still in need of sponsors and teams.  Help the club “tee off” with a successful fundraiser.
Dorothy told the club that Thankful Thursday is a go.  Let’s get behind her and help.  More information to come.
We collected $38 dollars in the pineapple this a.m.  Way to go my friends!!


Today was a great day to be a Rotarian.  We started the morning welcoming a new member to our club.  Gunnar Skidmore has joined our club (loud cheer!)  

We also welcomed LCCC’s president,  Dr. Joe Schaffer.  Dr. Schaffer gave us a college update. Thank you Joe for the presentation on enrollment, Covid transition, on line learning challenges, and the future in higher education.  Wonderful presentation.

Hugs sent out to our club President, Kathy for a speeding recovery.  We miss you dearly.

Golf Tournament update was given.  Please let Brenda or Kevin know if you have sponsor suggestions and please encourage your golfer friends to form a team.

Speakers needed for June and July.  If you have any suggestions for great speakers, contact Brenda or Kevin.

Registration for virtual District Assembly are open on the District site.  The assembly will be May 21 and 22.

Jim Coffin and Kelly Wright will do a Greenway Clean Up at 6:45 a.m. instead of our normal meeting on May 25.  Breakfast burritos will be provided.  If you can’t make the morning, maybe a small group can meet after work as well.

Kelly and Jack Wright will be hosting a Rotary Social Hour on May 13th from 4:30 p.m - 6:30 p.m.  There will be mugs for sale as well with proceeds going to the club.  All clubs are invited.  Invite a friend interested in Rotary and join in on the fun.

THANKFUL THURSDAY is a go.  Please start thinking about raffle prize collections.  Dorothy will have more coming up soon.

Noon Club is having a Crow Creek cleanup on Saturday, May 1 at 8 am.  Meet at 1st and Morris.  Wear good shoes and bring leather gloves.


What an AMAZINGLY Great Day to be a Rotarian!

Today was a GREAT day to be a Sunrise Rotarian.  Since the beginning of the Covid restrictions we have put off the induction of new members but TODAY was the day to make our newest members official.  May each of you find the joy and friendship that Rotary has to offer.  Welcome to the club.   Jim Coffin, Amber Holen, Brianne Phillips, Kelly Wright, Lori Cole, Keri Ann Smialek, Daryl Hensel and not pictured Colleen Miller.  

We had a guest in the house as well.  Gunnar joined us to test the waters.  His story about his father’s time in Rotary and growing up with Rotary in the home reminds us that being a Rotarian can carry on through our families.

The club voted on going forward with a new fun project call “A Day in the Life of a Rotarian!”  $200 will be allocated out of the Foundation for the grand prize.  More to come!

Congratulations Sunrise Rotarian’s, our endowed scholarship at LCCC is going to allocate funds to a male and female student again this year.  We are helping the future through education.

Remember the Noon Club still has raffle tickets available for the 2021 Ford Bronco or $20,000.  

We voted on becoming proud sponsors of a section of the Cheyenne Greenway.  Our responsibility is to do a clean up of our section twice a year or anytime one of us takes a walk on our sponsored section.  Thanks Kelly and Jim.  We lean into the Rotary environmental push for tomorrow.

Golf tournament sponsors and golfers still needed for the tournament on 6/18/21.  Contact Brenda with suggestions.  

Thank you Steve for inducting the newest members.  

Blessings - see you in two weeks.

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