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Cornwall Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Glen Stor Dun Lodge
1900 Montreal Rd
Cornwall, ON  K6H 1G2
Canada
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The Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise is one of more than 34,000 clubs worldwide; the 1.2 million members represent a wide range of business, professional and community leaders. Rotary's motto Service above Self, embodies Rotary's objective to provide service - in the community, in the workplace and around the globe. Rotarians come from different cultures, ethnicities, political and religious orientations. While this means that each club is unique, it also means that we set differences aside to focus on the issues such as education, vocational training,clean water and sanitation, food security, health and the global eradication of polio.
 
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Postal address: P.O. Box 562, Cornwall, Ontario
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One week ago the Williamstown Fair opened and members and friends of Rotary we there to assist as parking attendants for the duration of the fair. Being a part of this great Glengarry tradition is always a fun and enjoyable experience. The help of our members as well as friends and family was much appreciated again this year. At times a couple of downpours made the  parking was a bit of a challenge for everyone to keep things running smoothly but good humour and smiles prevailed and we hope everyone enjoyed the fair.
A huge Rotary Thank You to all of our partners Rotary Club of Cornwall D7040, CanadaRotaract Club of Cornwall - SDG&AD7040 Rotary Passport ClubCornwall Rowing Club for the extra help and smiles at Williamstown Fair.  
 
 
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On Monday, April 24, 2017, the Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise and the Rotary Club of Cornwall held their annual Paul Harris Dinner and Awards ceremony at which several individuals from Cornwall and area were recognized for their contributions to the community through community service and the support which they bring to the Rotary Clubs of the city. The Paul Harris Fellowships are presented annually by the local Rotary clubs in recognition of the contributions the honorees have made to Rotary and to their community - whether that community is local or international.  The recipients of the Paul Harris Fellowship have been generous with their time, their energy and their financial contributions and are deserving of this prestigious recognition.
 
Recipients of Paul Harris Fellowships for 2017 from the Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise were Christine Marceau who has been extremely active in supporting a wide assortment of club activities and whose leadership, insight and wisdom are essential elements in the club.  Martin Nadon was recognized for his leadership and dedication to the establishment of a thriving Rotaract Club at St. Lawrence College and has also contributed  a great deal to the activities of the club. As a coach, John Flannigan has contributed greatly to the development of youth in Cornwall.
 
Earlier this year, Emmanuel Agumah  of Kumasi, Ghana, was recognized for his contributions and leadership in education and treatment of Buruli ulcer (a flesh-eating tropical disease) and other neglected tropical diseases.
 
 

The Recipients

 

Christine Marceau,  presented by Sharon Miller

 

Martin Nadon, presented by Terry Brouillet

 

John Flannigan, presented by Gilles Renaud

 

 

Emmanuel Agumah, presentation by Peter Labelle

 
Lily was one of eight students who took part in the Adventures in the Environment program that is organized by our club in cooperation with the St. Lawrence River Institute. She spoke to us about her impressions and experiences as a participant in the Adventures in the Environment. Highlights included a visit to the bat caves; actually seeing the eel ladder from the bottom and saw eels climb the eel ladder at the Power Dam and she actually held an eel. The experience of working with professional researchers at the St. Lawrence River. started with her putting a bucket in the water and checking the contents under a microscope where she tested St. Lawrence River water for E.coli. She remarked that she really enjoyed the 5-day experience. “It was not like Labs in school, it was the real thing!”
 
 
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