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Sabalos Status

Thanks to all of you for graciously supporting our efforts to equip and staff the completed Sabalos Surgery Center in Nicaragua. This Center will provide advanced diagnostics and surgical capacity to over 36,000 residents of the Rio San Juan region. Many of you are aware of the political and social turmoil that has overcome the country since the end of April. At the moment, there is very little tourism and getting goods in and out of the country is almost impossible.

The Rotary Foundation had been working with us on a $200,000 grant proposal to support the purchase of needed equipment for the Center. That grant is on hold due to the circumstances in Nicaragua. They have told us that when the situation stabilizes we can resubmit the grant and move forward.

The monies raised to cover staffing costs at the Ritz event in April 2018 along with the other monies we have for equipment are still in our Rotary Foundation accounts and will only be used for the Surgery Center.

Thank you for support and understanding.

Sabalos Surgery Center Committee

A Gift From Our Friends in Kagoshima
 
"This is a beautiful Senbazuru (1,000 paper cranes) created by the students from the IUK University in Kagoshima, Japan. It is a gift to the fire victims with wishes of health and happiness. The University sponsors many of the Japanese students who come with our Rotary exchange program (SRKSEP). They wanted the people of Santa Rosa to know we are in their thoughts."

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After 25 years of hard work, Rotary and its partners are on the brink of eradicating this tenacious disease.

 

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise! Established June 30, 1986

Santa Rosa Sunrise

Santa Rosa Sunrise

We meet Thursdays at 7:15 AM
Franchetti's - Restaurant
1229 N Dutton Ave
Santa Rosa, CA  95403
United States of America

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Apr 25, 2019
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May 02, 2019
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Priscilla Locke
May 09, 2019
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May 16, 2019
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May 23, 2019
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