Upcoming Events

Site Pages

 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
Rotary Foundation
Board Member
Membership Chair

Bulletin Subscribe

Subscribe to our eBulletin and stay up to date on the latest news and events.

 
Club Information

Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary Club

Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary

People Of Action

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.
Home Page Stories
Today we welcomed back President Kathy.  Oh how we have missed you..  May you continue to heal and know your journey is our journey.  So glad to have that smile back in the club.
 
Today we had a .special guest join us from California.  Rod Skidmore, Gunnar’s Dad, was in the house.  He certainly fit right in and you can feel his Rotarian spirit.  Thank you Gunnar for sharing your Dad with us.
 
Donna from the CRMC Cancer Boutique spoke on what the boutique offers and who it supports.  Her heart is certainly in the right place.  Knowing our golf tournament proceeds will go to help fund this program is truly just good for our Rotarian hearts.
 
Our golf tournament is rapidly approaching.  We are almost full with teams but we can always accept more sponsors.  We have great causes to give our gift of service to.  Let Brenda, Kathy or Kevin know if you have a sponsor.
 
The Noon Club has a peachy thing happening….literally peaches are for sale.  Go to the Noon Club’s sight and order your peaches now.  Hurry they could easily run out.
 
PLEASE let Brenda or Kathy know this week if you are able to help with the tournament.  We need hands and smiles.  This is one of our two main fundraisers.
 
Brenda, Kevin, Gunnar, Kelly, Jim, Colleen, Earl, Mike, Steve and Paul all greeted Tuesday morning with SERVICE and Sunshine cleaning out adopted section of the Greenway.  Way to go getting 5000 steps and making a difference in our Community all before 8 a.m.
 
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!!
Speakers
Shurie Scheel - District Governor Team Club Visit
Sep 14, 2021 7:00 AM
Shurie Scheel - District Governor Team Club Visit
RSS
‘Peace needs to be lived’

Rotary Day at the United Nations pushes peace from concept to

More than $1 billion in pledges to end polio

At the Rotary International Convention, global leaders and key donors affirm their commitment to ending

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruption

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruptionGlobal grant scholarship recipient Lusiné Mehrabyan is working toward solving one of the most difficult and pervasive world ills: government corruption.Mehrabyan, a native of Armenia

Honoring champions of peace for Rotary UN Day

Rotary Day at the UN filled with peace champions and

Rotary helps wildfire victims

Rotary helps wildfire victims Rotary clubs and the Rotary Foundation are helping victims of deadly wildfires in