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Plymouth Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce
100 Armstrong Rd.
Suite 204
Plymouth, MA 02360
United States of America
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📣📣 Winner, Winner Thanksgiving Dinner Raffle 📣📣
We have teamed up with the Plymouth School Nurses to help get them the 'must haves'. We will be hosting a monthly themed raffle basket, valued between $450 and $500. You can purchase tickets through the link below or in person at Irene's Hair Gallery at 84 Court Street in Plymouth. While at Irene's, you can see the beautiful basket in her window display. This months raffle is sponsored by the Plymouth Police Relief Association. Raffle ends Nov 12th 📣📣
This months basket is all things Thanksgiving and well worth you putting your name in and buying some raffle tickets. 🎟
WHAT DO YOU WIN???
ALL OF THIS...
~ Thanksgiving dinner for 7-8 people from Gerard Farm in Plymouth (order anytime)
• 13lb hot roasted turkey 🦃
• Old fashioned bread stuffing
• Mashed potatoes 🥔
• Homemade rich gravy
• Seasoned butternut squash
• Fresh dinner rolls 🥖
• Jellied cranberry sauce
• Cranberry orange relish
• Pumpkin or apple pie 🥧
~ A bottle of Chardonnay & a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon from California Vineyards 🍷
~ Stainless steel kitchen knife and fork set🍴
~ Wood cutting board
~ Decorative serving platter
~ $50 Stop & Shop gift card 🛒
~ $40 Edible Arrangements gift card 🍓
~ Gift certificate for a holiday floral bouquet 💐
~ Festive Thanksgiving decorations for your home. 🍂
Click the link below and buy a chance or 2 or 100.....
A BIG thank you to the Plymouth community for your cash donations at our Stuff a Cruiser event. We were able to present the South Shore Community Action Council with $1,700!!👏👏
In this picture: Front Left to Right: Roy Zahreciyan, Chief Michael Boteirri, Jack Cocio and Howard Kendall
Back Left to Right: Joel Kopke, Matt Muratore, Bob McMakin, and Rudy Ferrucci
📸 credit: Steven Bailey
This weekends fundraiser with the Bikes Not Bombs organization was a success, over 60 bicycles were donated!!! 🚴‍♂️. Thank you to everyone who donated and Chick-fil-A for the use of your parking lot.
 
If you haven’t noticed yet, we don’t sit still for long. We have teamed up the Plymouth public school nurses and a few other organizations in town and will be hosting a monthly raffle for some pretty awesome themed baskets. 🩺 🧺. Stay tuned!
Hey Plymouth, WAY TO SHOW UP! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼Today we collected 2,499 pounds of food in 4 hours for the South Shore Community Action Council at Walmart- Plymouth.  What does 2,499lbs of food looks like??? Well, we filled the Plymouth Police SWAT truck up almost three times!! We can’t thank our community enough. 
Looking for a new book? Check out one of our 3 library boxes that we have around town, Hedge School, YMCA and Mamomet Youth Center. Our club president, Bob just filled them up again. How cool are these???
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit our community hard, forcing small businesses to close and
ordering families to stay home. As a result, food insecurity has become a reality in many
households and our favorite local restaurants are feeling the negative effects of decreased
sales.

The Sunrise Rotary Club of Plymouth wants to provide support to Plymouth's locally-owned
restaurants while feeding Plymouth families in need during the COVID-19 crisis. Each week
Sunrise Rotary is partnering up with a local restaurant and a local sponsor to provide dinner for
families experiencing financial hardships due to the pandemic. Together, we can support,
nourish, and heal our community. One warm meal at a time.
The Plymouth Sunrise Rotary embarked upon a project with Terra Cura and Healthly Plymouth to help fund and plant vegetable gardens at various public schools in Plymouth.  The gardens will be maintained by the students and used in the culinary school and to give all students a farm to table experience growing theeir own vegetables.  A District Grant with matching funds from Plymouth Sunrise Rotary helped to make expansion of the garden project a reality in 2018.
The Plymouth Recovery Center opened on July 5th.  The center is designed after the peer-to-peer recovery centers that Gandara Centers runs in Brockton and Hyannis. Kelly and four other Gandara employees from the Hyannis-based Pier Recovery Center of Cape Cod have been volunteering their time locally since the Plymouth center opened July 5.
The center is located at the South Shore Community Action Council headquarters on Obery Street, where it occupies a suite of offices.
The Plymouth Recovery Center started moving into the space July 1, fulfilling a promise made by local businessman and Plymouth Sunrise Rotary Member Robert Hollis, who rallied the community to raise money for the program in memory of his son, Rob, who died of an overdose last fall after two years of sobriety.
 
Thanks to the members and friends of the Plymouth Sunrise Rotary who helped give the interior of the center a freshly painted look organized by member and interior designer, Cheryl Terrill of Interior Bliss Designs.
Congratulations to our newest Paul Harris Fellows:  Lisa Braun, Michael Botieri, Bob Hollis, Matt Muratore, Cliff Westberg.  District Deptury Steve Certa presented the certificates. 
 
Congratulations all!
 
 
The Plymouth Sunrise Rotary Group was approved for a Rotary District Grant in the amount of $1,500 which the club matched donating $3,000 to Indian Brook Elementary School's Playground Upgrade.  Members of the Club made multiple trips to the school to help prepare the grounds as part of our contribution to their project.  Pictured are some of the members on the playground team:  Dee Davidson, Dottie Melcher, Mike Botieri, Alan Costa, Matt Muratore & Cliff Westberg.
 Members of the Plymouth Sunrise Rotary manned the Memorial Hall Water Station on Saturday, May 27th for the Heros Live Forever 5K race in Plymouth, Mass.  This race is an annual Memorial Day  Remembrance Event and Plymouth Sunrise members volunteer each year to support the runners.  Pictured are members Matt Muratore, Dee Davidson, Dottie Melcher, Tiffony Cesero, Alan Costa, new member Kerry Anne and her son and Nancy OKeefe. Also volunteering Steve Cesero and member Mike Botieri.
 

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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit our community hard, forcing small businesses to close and
ordering families to stay home. As a result, food insecurity has become a reality in many
households and our favorite local restaurants are feeling the negative effects of decreased
sales.

The Sunrise Rotary Club of Plymouth wants to provide support to Plymouth's locally-owned
restaurants while feeding Plymouth families in need during the COVID-19 crisis. Each week
Sunrise Rotary is partnering up with a local restaurant and a local sponsor to provide dinner for
families experiencing financial hardships due to the pandemic. Together, we can support,
nourish, and heal our community. One warm meal at a time.
Our Assistant Gov will be joining us on Oct 13th.
This emergency food bank services West Plymouth as well as coordinates excess food donations with N Plymouth and surrounding areas..
This food bank services West Plymouth as well as coordinates excess food donations with surrounding areas..Plymouth Rotary Sunrise Club collects food donations at The Hilton Garden Inn at any time. Check the "DOWNLOAD" SECTION on THE HOME PAGE THANKS
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Congratulations!!  The raffle was held and Steve Minsky was the winner of the tickets.  ENJOY