Yakima Sunrise

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Yakima, WA  98901
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Because of recent school closures, Sunrise Rotary has extended the application deadline for the Memorial Community Service Scholarship to June 30, 2020.  Please see Club Documents for a link to the application. 
 
The Mary Monroe Davis Scholarship program awards up to $7,500 a year and
up to $30,000 overall toward a bachelor’s degree.  Why not apply now?  
 
Qualifications:
1)  US Citizen
2)  A Yakima County resident
3)  A high school senior or (b) high school graduate (c) GED certificate holder (d) currently enrolled college student.
4) Enrolled in full-time undergraduate study at a two or four-year college/university for the entire 2019-2020 academic year and pursuing a first associate or bachelor’s degree.
 
The application period begins 12/1/2019 and closes 2/22/2020.
 
 
A bit of whimsy, a bit of music: Yakima Sunrise Rotary places painted pianos in public
By Pat Muir - Nov. 23, 2019
 
191123-yh-news-paintedpianos-1.jpgSunrise Rotary members, from left to right, Sue Price-Scott, David Huitron, and Alicia Egan prime a piano to be painted by a local artist.
 
 
The Arts Scene: Artistic, free-use pianos scattered around town
By David Lynx  - Nov. 12, 2019
 
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Valley Mall Piano by Cecilia Hudon
 
 
The work continues on other pianos throughout Yakima!
 
Single Hill Piano by Jamaica Zoglam
 
Collaboration Coffee Piano by Amanda Ontiveros and Aislinn Kalstad
 
 
 
 
Yakima Rotaract is holding its 6th Annual Seahawks Viewing Party on Monday, Nov. 11, at The Hop Shop.  Enjoy a tailgate atmosphere (bring a chair) on a big screen, with pizza, veggie trays, and dessert for all, beer sold by The Hop Shop, and a silent auction. Proceeds benefit the Yakima Rotaract Scholarship Fund, which will award two Yakima Valley community members $1,000 scholarships.
1. Provisions Date Night ($100 value) - Mike Libbee, Ticket No. 10076
 
2. Studio 16 Spa Experience ($250 value) - Hamilton Licht, Ticket No. 04450
 
3.  AutoSpa Wash Club ($300 value) - Steve Harrison, Ticket No. 07353
 
4.  Gasperetti's Floral ($350 value) - J. Teske, Ticket No. 07063
 
5.  White Pass Lift Tickets ($550 value) - Denise Hannon, Ticket No. 09421
 
6.  Sunrise Rotary $1,000 Cash - Alicia Rojas, Ticket No. 04375
 
7.  Pingrey Ford F-150 w/ Les Schwab Tires & Rims ($39,885 value) - Camp Prime Time, Ticket No. 03713
From left to right, Sunrise members John Rothenbueler, Amanda McKinney, Jack Meyers, Jeff Scott, and Sunrise President Nathan Hull.
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From left to right, Lance Bertram, Camp Hope men's director, and Sunrise Rotary Club members Jack Myers and Curt Vangstad carry a bed into one of the tents at Camp Hope.

 

“When you get 10 people out here and you get them working, you get things done. It’s been quite a project, and I’m excited about where we are today.” - Jack Myers

 

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