What's Happening at Sunrise Rotary
 
The Mission of the Home Delivered Meals Program is to improve the health and well-being of homebound individuals in the Marshfield community through the daily delivery of hot, nutritious meals. Volunteer drivers pick up hot meals from the Saint Joseph's Hospital kitchen and deliver the meals directly to the homes of the identified program participants. At each home, the volunteer makes a quick wellness check and picks up the empty tray from the previous day's meal delivery. At the end of the route, empty trays are returned to the Hospital, and any concerns about the participants' welfare are reported. Marshfield Sunrise Rotary has been an active group of volunteers as part of the program, delivering meals for many, many years.
 
If you know of someone that is living at home, especially by themselves, and not getting what they need, please:
Contact Program Coordinator Kris Hughes at 715-387-9585.
 
If you'd like to volunteer to deliver meals:
Contact Keresa Kilty at 715-387-7106.
Through a matching donation campaign by the Marshfield Sunrise Rotary Board and our Club President, Pat Gall, Marshfield Sunrise Rotary came together to generate an $1,800 donation to Special Olympics! $1,000 of the proceeds will go to Marshfield Area Special Olympics and $802.86 will go to Special Olympics of Wisconsin. At our club meeting on March 18th, the donation was announced to Janet Bell, Co-Agency Manager for Marshfield Area Special Olympics. The Special Olympics crew provides a great amount of help to Rotary Winter Wonderland each year and their worthy program has funding needs to support all that they do. Thank you Sunrise Rotarians for your donation and thank you to Janet and all of our Special Olympians for your help with Rotary Winter Wonderland!
Ashley Winch, fellow Rotarian from the Marshfield Noon club and Executive Director of the Marshfield Area United Way joined us for an exciting update from the organization. The biggest news is the recent move into their new office space inside the donated Heckel House. The location provides great visibility near the medical center complex and plenty of space for staff. Check out this video for a virtual tour of the Heckel House! Ashley also shared some great updates on their COVID Relief Program, Nutrition on Weekends (N.O.W.), and recently formed coalition for mental health (United For Community Wellness). Check out her slide deck for more information. Thanks for joining us Ashley!

District 6250 Friendship Exchange Chair, Dave Clemens from the Wisconsin Dells Rotary Club joined us to share his experience and talk about one of the coolest things Rotary does....Friendship Exchange!

What is Friendship Exchange?

Friendship Exchange is an international exchange program for Rotary members and friends that allows participants to take turns hosting one another in their homes and clubs.

Participants may travel as individuals, couples, families, or groups, and may be Rotary members or not.

Benefits of an exchange

  • Broaden international understanding

  • Explore a profession or job in a different context

  • Build enduring friendships

  • Establish a foundation for peace and service

  • Gain opportunities for active project involvement and support

  • Learn about a region’s people, food, languages, customs, and history

  • Find partners for grants

Thanks for joining us Dave! For more information check out the District 6250 Friendship Exchange Page or more info at rotary.org.

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Welcome to Sunrise Rotary!
Marshfield Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Thursdays at 7:00 AM
TEMPORARY - Virtual via Zoom
2000 W 5th St
Marshfield, WI 54449
United States of America
VIRTUAL MEETINGS
 

Join us at Powers Bluff for a Winter Club Social!

Complete with snowshoeing, tubing or sledding! We'll be participating in the afternoon session on Saturday 2/27/21 from 1:00-4:00pm.
Officers
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Immediate Past President
Membership Chair
Public Relations/Social Media
Vocational/Youth Avenue Co-Chair
International Avenue Co-Chair
Community Avenue Chair
Vocational/Youth Avenue Co-Chair
International Avenue Co-Chair
Club Avenue Co-Chair
Foundation Chair
Youth Exchange Officer
Youth Protection Officer
 
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Speakers
Prog: Frank Baltus, Invoc: Phil Phillips
Apr 15, 2021 7:00 AM
DNR Snapshot Wisconsin Program- Volunteer Coordinator Ally Magnin
Prog: Kelsey Buhr, Invoc: Jill Porter
Apr 22, 2021 7:00 AM
Marshfield Area Community Foundation
Prog: Invoc: Jenny Resch
Apr 29, 2021 7:00 AM
Rotary Foundation - Josh Mansee
Prog: Ben Bauer, Invoc: Dale Smith
May 20, 2021 7:00 AM
TBD
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Rotary Citation

  • 2019-2020