Club Contact Information

Address:    P.O. Box 11456,  
                 Reno, NV 89510
Mark Kattelman
(775) 233-3682
 
 

Speakers

Sep 04, 2015
Deidre Kennelly, Development Director
Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful
Sep 11, 2015
Sep 18, 2015
Mark and Don
EP100
Sep 25, 2015
Kayden West
National Automobile Museum
Oct 02, 2015
Rebecca Davidson
Total Wine
Oct 09, 2015
Dr. Alan Gubanich
Birds of Truckee Meadows
Nov 06, 2015
Shawn Stoddard
Mentoring program for Boy Scouts
Nov 13, 2015
 

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President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Membership
Community Service
Club Service
Vocational Service
Youth Service
International Service
Foundation Chair
EP 100 Ride Director
Public Image
Sergeant at Arms
Programs
RYLA
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Immediate Past President
 

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Welcome

Reno Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:00 AM
Atlantis Casino Spa Resort
3800 S. Virginia Street
Convention Center, 2nd Floor
Reno, NV  89502
United States
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Registration for the 2015 Edible Pedal 100® is now open! Go to ediblepedal100.org to get all the information.  The Edible Pedal 100® is on September 20, 2015 at Bowers Mansion in Washoe Valley.  Join us this year!!
 
 
 
 

 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise! This website contains information for members and visitors on our club's activities, events, meetings and programs. It's where you can find our club member directory, eBulletins, where and when other local Rotary clubs meet, and links to our District website and Rotary International. 

We meet each Friday for breakfast, fellowship, club business, and an informative and interesting presentation from a guest speaker. We have 50 plus members with a variety of professional and managerial backgrounds. Founded in 1989, our club was the first in northern Nevada to charter with women and paved the way for the first female President in our District. Reno Sunrise, in turn, has in recent years chartered the Reno Rotaract club (18-30 year olds) and a new generations club now known as the Rotary Club of Reno, Midtown. We are community and youth service oriented, and give our time and dollars to make a positive impact in the community and the world.

A partial list of our service activities includes volunteer and/or financial support for the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, Rotary Youth Exchange, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, the Middle School Leadership Experience, Rotary speech and music contests, middle school career coaching, Rotary Group Study Exchange, and the Rotary International End Polio Now program. We also are Partners in Education with Virginia Palmer Elementary School in the economically challenged Sun Valley area, and help with a number of programs including Read to Succeed, Back to School Shopping, Happy Feet athletic shoes, holiday season Angel Tree, Challenger Learning Center science program, and a number of playground enhancement projects.

Our major fund raiser is Edible Pedal 100 TM held each September in the Washoe Valley that consists of 10, 50 and 100 bicycle rides. This past year we had over 1,000 riders from Nevada and California. A portion of the net proceeds is contributed to Urban Roots Garden Classrooms, culinary scholarships at a number of local high schools, and to various other event support organizations. 

We have a lively and dedicated membership, and are always looking for new qualified members to help us make a difference and have fun. Visitors to meetings are always welcome, so if you're up and about early on a Friday morning please stop by.     

 
 

Monday
RENO Harrah's, 12:00 Noon
INCLINE VILLAGE Parasol Foundation, Noon
RENO MIDTOWN   Check website calendar & Facebook (1st & 3rd Mondays), 5:30pm

Tuesday
TRUCKEE SUNRISE Marty's Cafe, 7:00am 
CARSON CITY Nugget, 12:00 Noon
MINDEN Carson Valley Inn, 11:30am
RENO CENTRAL Peppermill, 12:15pm
FALLON Fallon Convention Center, 12:15pm
RENO Centennial Sunset  Tamarack Junction, 6:00pm
TAHOE CITY Jake's on the Lake, 5:30pm (1st & 3rd Tuesdays)

Wednesday

SPARKS John Ascuaga's Nugget, 12:10pm
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE Harrah's Lake Tahoe, 12:00 Noon
RENO ROTARACT Locations vary - email them at info@renorotaract.org www.renorotaract.org
     (1st & 3rd Wednesdays), 7:00pm

Thursday
SPARKS Centennial Sunrise Red Hawk Event Center, 7:00am
TAHOE INCLINE   Hyatt Regency, 7:00am
FERNLEY Black Bear Diner, 12:00 Noon
TRUCKEE Truckee Community Center, 12:00 Noon
RENO SOUTH Atlantis, 12:15pm
CARSON CITY SUNSET        Red's Old 395 Grill, 6:00pm

Friday
TAHOE DOUGLAS Mont Bleu, 12:00 Noon

Online
E-club one at www.rotaryeclubone.org

On Vacation or Travelling?
 See the "Club Locator" at http://www.rotary.org/en/aboutus/sitetools/clublocator/pages/clublocatoradvanced.aspx

 
 
Attendance is important to you and to the Club in meeting attendance requirements. Don't forget you need to attend or make up at least 50% of club regular meetings in each half of the year (rolling six months), and attend at least 30% of the club's meetings in each half of the year. Credit can also be received for Rotary committee work and other official Rotary functions, and you can do make-ups online. Please notify our Club Secretary or report your make-up on our club website to receive credit.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Email:   info@renosunrise.org

Mailing Address:    P.O. Box 11456,   Reno, NV 89510

(775) 233-3682 - Mark Kattelman