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Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary Club
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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 6:40 AM
The OMELET HOUSE
216 E. 17th
Cheyenne, WY 82001
United States of America
2nd and 4th Tue. of each mo. 6:40 a.m.
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We ROCKED our final Thankful Thursday
Thank you to everyone that participated in our final Thankful Thursday event.  We partnered with Alzheimer's Association and Ambitious Diversities.  For our final Thankful Thursday we raised $31,000.  Thank you to everyone that has helped with the Thankful Thursdays for the past 5 years our club raised $85,000.  A special Thank you to Dorothy for being the go to person to get each Thankful Thursday accomplished, your hard work is very much appreciated.
 
We met today at The Crooked Cup 2 (in the courthouse building) to greet people and support a local business by purchasing a cup of coffee for anyone interested from 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.  We were the good part of the good news bad news for many-we bought a cup of coffee for them before they had to drive to another place to vote!
Justin Pendleton, CEO of the Boys & Girls club joined us today. 
 
The boys & girls club has chapters in Cheyenne, Burns and Pine Bluffs.  If you are looking for another place to volunteer please consider the Boys and Girls club.  This club makes a difference in the lives of many of our youth.
Joint Service Clubs collected food donations at area grocery stores for the LCCC pantry, Needs pantry and Veteran's Rock pantry
Helping with the back to school backpack give away at the Boys & Girls Club.  Approximately 800 backpacks were given away along with kids getting haircuts, school physicals, teeth cleanings etc.
District Governor Elect Steve Sehnert & President Brenda Laird
 
 DGE Steve Sehnert joined us for breakfast and a chat, we appreciate him traveling from Steamboat, CO to join us. 
 
When the club meeting wrapped up, the Foundation Committee met to go over Foundation business. They will do a review at the next meeting.
 
Dorothy is hosting a Thankful Thursday committee meeting this Thursday at 5:15 p.m.   November 17th will be here before you know it.  
 
Back to School event, August 13, 2022 from 11 a.m. to  2 p.m.  Please refer to the recent email from Jim Coffin for information and registration.  
 
Next meeting  August 23rd. 
 
AG Robin Sims presenting President Kathy the High Per Capita Giving Award for District 5440
 
President Kathy and membership chairman Steve welcoming new member Charity
 
President Kathy presenting Steve his Paul Harris award
Foster Grandparent representatives Mary Hartman and Janet Maxwell joined by President Kathy receiving our donation from the golf tournament fundraiser.  We have supported the Foster Grandparent organization for approximately 20 years.
President Kathy, Doc and Brenda.  We celebrated Doc Gondalia for receiving his 4th Rotarian White Hat Society Pin.  White Hat  Society recipients are a group of very giving individuals to the Rotary Foundation..  Doc believes being a Rotarian makes us all humanitarians and that we change the world.  Doc is an inspiration to all Rotarians.
 
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