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Wednesday
August 17, 2016
Volume 10, Number 6

Editor: Faye Lippitt
2016 - 2017 Sunrise Board
 
President
Dawn Cummings
 
President Elect
Deirdre McFarlane
 
Vice President
John Lee
 
Immediate Past President
Christine Mathews
 
Secretary
Hazel Brown
 
Treasurer
Uli Ecke
 
Director - Membership
Stacy Parke
 
Director - Communication
Faye Lippitt
 
Co-Chairs - Club Administration
Alison Shirlaw &
Frank Balderamos
 
Director - Youth Service
Jerrell Garner
 
Co-Chairs - Fellowship
Barbara Oosterwyk 
Pauline McGettigan
 
Director - Literacy
Woody Foster
 
Director - Community Service
Anthony Lawson
 
Director International Service
Pat Steward
 
Well Being Officer
Aimee Bush
 
Director Fundraising
 
TBA
 
Foundation Chair
Christine Mathews
 
Sergeant At Arms
Jerrell Garner
 
Disaster Recovery Chair
Barbara Anley
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Member August Birthday
 
Aug. 4:  Uli Ecke
Aug. 5:  Buffie Balderamos
Aug 9:  Christine Mathews
Aug 11: Dean Heyne
Aug 21: Sharon Buckley-Omier
Aug 24: Sybil McLaughlin
Aug 26: Barbara Oosterwyk
 
Member Club Anniversary
 
Ian Comins: 5 years: Aug 2011
 
 
 
 
 
Your weekly chuckle

 
 
 
 
 
 
Critter Corner
 

 
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Sage
Bodden Town Adopt-a-Library Project
submitted by Director Su Mander
  Last week President Christine and Literacy Director Su presented a cheque for CI$500 to Ms. Kimberly Litrico (Deputy Principal at Bodden Town Primary School) and Ms. Cheryl Ann Edwards (the BTPS volunteer librarian) as part of the Literacy Committee’s Adopt-A-Library project.  Sunrise adopted BTPS’ library over the course of this Rotary year. We also donated over CI$4,500 worth of levelled reading books and materials for the new Home Reading Programme that was launched at BTPS in April 2016 and is proving to be a great success.  The Adopt-A-Library funds have gone towards further books, materials and equipment to help improve the school library.  Ms Cheryl Ann has done a wonderful job volunteering a few mornings a week throughout the school year to organise the books and make sure the library is well-used by the students and teachers alike.
   After the presentation, Director Su received the following email from Ms Litrico:
Thank you so much for inviting me and Mrs. Edwards this morning.  It was such a great experience especially hearing all of the good work being done locally and around the Caribbean.  It really resonated with me!  I thank you and Rotary Sunrise for all that you have done and will continue to do for our country.  It is a blessing to see how much other people really care and volunteer to help those who need it most.  Thanks again!” 

 
 
 
The Last Hurrah - Fellowship Games Night
Bunko was bonko for 24 worthy souls who showed up at President Christine's home to share in some fine food and fellowship last Saturday. Led by PP Kim, Rotarians and Rotaractors alike paired up to roll the dice. These photos say it all. 
The results
The winners (Kim said it was all Michelle's lucky rolls)
some winners were more smug than others
the food was fine
A chance for fine fellowship too
Roll, Yawn, Smile. All in a night's work.

 

Culinary Camp
 
Camp starts this week for Culinary Camp, and administrator James Myles will be our speaker on Wednesday to give us the highlights.
Rotary Sunrise is sponsoring the camp which has been offered by the Youth Services Unit. Baking 202 will focus on such things as baking bread, cake, and cupcakes, while pastry chef Harif will teach sugar craft and cake decorating for 16 Intermediate Teen Bakers. Our contribution of $1,788.00 will go toward student funding as well as a showcase and participant award presentation.
 
 
Save Your Clothes For Guaruma
 
 
 
Once again our Club's International Committee is organising a trip to Guaruma and need your help. Both medical and non-medical personnel will be leaving for the weekend of September 9th, returning the 12th, and this time visiting two towns: Las Mangas and El Pital. They are asking for things that you may have in your home that to parents and children in Honduras, are beyond their ability to purchase. Please have a look at the list and consider donating.
 
LAS MANGAS
 
 
El PITAL
age
girls
boys
TOTAL
6-9 month
15
10
25
1-4 years old
15
20
35
5-10  years old
20
30
50
11-15  years old
20
20
40
15-20  years old
25
20
45
 
STAFF GUARUMA
3  boys  21—25 years old
2  girls  25---28  years old
 
Ps. Women in both commuties are around 30-35 years old..around 40 ladies
 

 
August 17th Duty Roster
 
Greeter:       J.D. Mosley --Matchette
Raffle:           Claude Myles
4 Way Test:   Dale Nickason
Grace:           Barbara Oosterwyk
 
Meeting Make-Up Information
    Make-ups: In addition to make-up opportunities at Rotary Sunrise, you can make up absences at another Club in Grand Cayman. The meeting times and places for the other Clubs are: 

   Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central:
   Meets Tuesday's at the George Town Yacht Club restaurant at 7pm for a 7:30pm start.
 
Rotaract Blue:
Wednesdays 6:00 pm at Royal Palms Beach Club Restaurant.
 
Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman: Thursdays 7 a.m. at Georgetown Yacht Club
 
Rotary Club of Grand Cayman: Thursdays 12:15 for 12:30pm, The Westin hotel ballroom.
 
Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean 7020: Online meetings anytime. Visit the new e-club platform at
http://portal.clubrunner.ca/9515/Stories/welcome-to-rotary-e-club-of-the-caribbean-7020
 
If members are unable to make a regular weekly meeting or Rotary event, make-ups can be done online. The e-Club website is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You just need to spend a minimum of 30 minutes on the site and answer some questions to get the make up certificate.
 
   Traveling: If you are going to be traveling for an extended period of time (more than two weeks), be sure to let the Secretary know and remember to submit any make-ups you do in a timely manner.