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Ada, OK  74820
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The Fireball Classic Memorial we had a great year at the race with perfect weather.

Results 2014

Thank you to the all OKLandrunners!  



Several members have been busy dispersing over 1,000 backpacks and 75 shoe cards from Payless Shoes.  All area schools received school supplies and backpacks for students that are in need.  The funds were raised by the Fireball Classic Memorial and other sponsorsBTB.  Thank you for volunteering with this major endeavor and participating in the race.



To learn more about Ada Sunrise Rotary Club (ASRC) news, events, and view images of club activities please follow Jack Green, the 2013-2014 ASRC President, on Twitter.

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The first issue Sunrise Matters, the newsletter for the Ada Sunrise Rotary Club (ASRC), is now available for download and review.

Special thanks to club members for their time and effort in providing images, content, and expertise in preparing the document.

The file is titled "Sunrise Matters - 2012-13 Newsletter" can be accessed from the "Download" area located at the far right side of the web page.


Thanks to the work of club members, the weekly program calendar is now available for review online.

Please check back often to view the most updated document.

The file can be accessed from the "Download" area located at the far right side of the web page.



Every year, thousands of talented and dedicated young people, ages 12-30, have an incredible experience in a New Generations program.
  is a link to the Rotary International Web Site.  Locally we have Interact at Latta High School with sponsor Stacy Oakley and Rotaract at East Central University with Dr. Robert Greenstreet, sponsor. 



Polio's Retreat
As photojournalist Allison Kwesell walks through the narrow streets of an Indian village, familiarity sets in. She visited here four years ago, when she first met Samir and his family. He was two years old then and had recently contracted polio. Kwesell approaches the front porch of a home when she hears an older woman yelling “Samir! Samir!” She runs toward the voice, wondering if she’ll recognize the boy. She sees six children playing chase on the dry earth, the dirt forming clouds around their feet. From afar she notices a young boy, not unlike the other barefoot children in the backyard...
Rotaract award winners celebrated for their life-changing projects
The village of Kumbharwadi is one of many in a drought-prone region near Mumbai, India. Until recently, its residents had access to only one well with drinkable water. During the summer months, the well runs dry, and the women and girls of the village travel three to four hours a day to search for water. Enter Project Boond, undertaken by a Rotaract club, a Rotary club, and the Watershed Organization Trust to provide clean drinking water and sanitation facilities in Kumbharwadi. Nikunj Pherwani, 2013-14 president of the Rotaract Club of Hassaram Rijhumal College of Commerce and Economics in...
Young writers get published with the help of Rotary
In Jamaica, 11-year-old Jordan Allwood reads his classmates a story about a lonely puppy who finds a new family. The puppy grows into a big dog, enjoys walks along the beach, and survives a frightening autumn day when he is caught in a trap before being rescued by his family. Jordan's story is one of hundreds that were written by children ages 7-11 for a writing contest organized by the Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean 7020 and supported by clubs in 10 Caribbean nations. The best stories, including Jordan's, were published in "The Butterfly StoryBook," produced by the club and sold through...
Clubs breaking down barriers to clean water in Ghana
When Marty Hatala, a member of the Rotary Club of Boaz, Alabama, first traveled to Ghana in 2010 to volunteer at a local orphanage, she saw how local communities struggled to find clean water. Though at least 80 percent of the country's population has access to improved water sources, according to UNICEF, 5 million Ghanaians still use water from unsafe sources. That leaves a significant part of the country's population susceptible to a range of diseases. Worldwide, one out of every five deaths among those under the age of five is caused by water-related diseases. Hatala's experiences in Ghana...
Secrets of a successful crowdsourcing campaign
In case you haven't heard, a man raised nearly $60,000 to make potato salad as a spoof on a popular fundraising site. If he can do that, a campaign to raise money for feeding hungry children or building a school in a war-torn country should be a snap, right? Wrong. The Internet is littered with humanitarians struggling to raise the money and gather the resources for projects that could make a positive impact in the world. So, what is the secret to a successful crowdsourcing campaign? It's simple, really: make it easy to give. Here are some ways you can make it easy for supporters to back your...
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