Relive the Fun of Holiday Auction 2019 2020-03-30 06:00:00Z 0
Open Restaurants in Town 2020-03-27 06:00:00Z 0

Weekly Breakfast Meetings Now OnLine

The BSRC Board has voted to suspend all in-person Friday breakfast meetings between now and May 14 2020 as well as any previously-scheduled rotating meetings. For committee meetings and service events, watch the club calendar and weekly e-bulletin for updates. To participate in each Friday 7:00am meeting, click that week's speaker link for ZOOM login info.
Weekly Breakfast Meetings Now OnLine 2020-03-16 06:00:00Z 0

Fix Up Festival Seeking Applicants

BSRC Members - let's all give thought to WHO we think might qualify to have their home fixed-up this coming fall as we start the process of extending applications to worthy candidates for our Fix-Up Festival makeover. Though Fix-Up Festival is not until September 26, the next few weeks (ending March 31) are when we seek applicants who can use our help provided by our adopter organizations. If you can think of an individual or group who needs to know of our available service to them, refer them to the APPLY page on our Fix-Up Festival Website
Fix Up Festival Seeking Applicants 2020-02-11 07:00:00Z 0

New Year of RYLA for 2020

With a new year comes a new opportunity for this years' freshmen students to consider one of our hallmark teen leadership programs, RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award)
District 5390, which encompasses all clubs in Montana, hosts its annual RYLA camp June 28 - July 2 at Luccock Park in the Paradise Valley near Pine Creek  Local Rotary clubs can recommend and select dozens of students statewide to participate in workshops, interactive programming, training and hands-on activities to help them become better communicators and leaders, as the first stage in their development as future Interactors, Rotaractors and eventual Rotarians.
Applications are being accepted now through the spring, so if any club members know of a deserving freshmen in any of our local high schools, or are home schooled, reach out to Laura Kuntz (Youth Services chair).  Recruiting and selecting RYLA candidates is yet another example of a joint-venture being implemented between members of both our Bozeman Noon and Bozeman Sunrise Rotary members.
Pictured below are 2019 BSRC-selected attendees (left pic) Alexis Holton and Ethan Gilpin, and right side, Brynn Tate and Alexis Holton
New Year of RYLA for 2020 2020-01-21 07:00:00Z 0
Get Your Team Ready for the BOAR Race 2020-01-13 07:00:00Z 0
Sunrise Rotary YouTube Channel 2019-09-27 06:00:00Z 0
Weekly Meals on Wheels 2019-04-05 06:00:00Z 0

Meet our Honorary Members

For ACTIVE members new to Sunrise Rotary, we wanted to educate you on what distinguishes an active member like yourself from a members whose status is called HONORARY. 
What is an honorary member, who are they, and how did they get to be Honorary in our club?
From Rotary International's membership definition 
"Honorary membership is used to recognize people who have distinguished themselves by meritorious service and embody Rotary ideals, or those considered friends of Rotary for their support of Rotary's causes. They are exempt from paying RI dues, have no vote in Rotary matters, are not eligible to hold any club office, and are not included in a club's membership numbers."  Any club member can propose an Honorary member, but granting this request is a board decision/vote.
An ACTIVE member pays dues, is expected to participate in club functions and attend weekly breakfast meetings, and does have a vote in club business.
Our club currently has 7 honorary members, all of whom were, at one time, active members serving the club in service. Here they are and their backgrounds.
Meet our Honorary Members 2019-03-01 07:00:00Z 0

Park Has New Name

Thanks to the tireless efforts of Bob Farrington, Ted Campbell, Andy Blanchford, Mason Shaffer, Danielle Scharf, Doug Chandler, Jim Hamilton, Ted Schmidt, Roger Barnes, Steve Hample, I-Ho Pomeroy, Carson Taylor, and Chris Mehl, Sunrise Rotary recently helped the city of Bozeman with receiving a 50-year lease on the land our Park sits on along with working an agreement with a local developer to receive an additional 2-acres of land adjacent to the park for wetlands protection and rehabilitation. And, in the process, helped to facilitate a name change at the state level. Our new park name is now Glen Lake Rotary Park.  Due to the dedication of these members, and many others, we can now move forward with the next larger phases of our park master plan later in 2020 and beyond. Watch for additional details forthcoming from the Community Service committee.
Park Has New Name 2018-12-21 07:00:00Z 0

BSRC Partners with Barnes & Noble

Our Club enjoyed yet another opportunity to benefit from our partnership with the local Barnes & Noble store in Bozeman. Watch for an announcement soon on the donation that will be coming to our club to support our literacy and book giveaway program from the Nov 24 Rotary Day at their store
BSRC Partners with Barnes & Noble 2018-11-13 07:00:00Z 0

Fix-Up Festival Another Great Success

Here is a snippet from KBZK showcasing just one of the homes we helped Fix-Up this past Saturday September 22, 2018.  We truly want to thank all these fine companies for their support of this 9th annual event
Fix-Up Festival Another Great Success 2018-09-01 06:00:00Z 0

Newest Members in 2019

Welcome our newest inducted members here in 2019.  Left to right, Nancy MacBride (Buffalo Restoration - classification ACCOUNTING), Tom Anderson (Retired DENTIST), Jerry Awe (Awe Financial - classification FINANCIAL PLANNER), and Abby Turner (Children's Museum of Bozeman - Classification CHILDRENS MUSEUM).
Of special note, we now have the very first (in our club's history) 3 members from the same family.  Bill MacBride, wife Nancy, and daughter Abby Turner. Also, Tom is brother of BSRC member Bill Anderson, and Jerry Awe is father of club president, Sydney Awe Rick. Thanks everyone for keeping it all in the family.
Newest Members in 2019 2018-06-26 06:00:00Z 0

Member Directory in Rotary App

Members keep asking what's the easiest way to get access to member info including name, photo, email, cell and address info? For smartphone users, Clubrunner has built an app for both the Android and iOS operating systems. For Android devices, GET IT HERE.
For Apple iPhone fans, GET IT HERE
Member Directory in Rotary App 2017-11-01 06:00:00Z 0