What's Happening at Sunrise Rotary
Rotary Winter Wonderland | Travel Wisconsin
 
Al and Danielle Nystrom joined Sunrise Rotary this morning to share that planning and setup for Rotary Winter Wonderland is in full swing this year! The show will be on November 27th - December 31st. At this point volunteer response and business sponsorships have been good. With COVID still affecting events like this, some safety precautions have been put in place. Both walk and drive through routes will be open and the drive through route will be extended up 17th Street. Social distancing, masks, volunteer limits inside buildings and other precautions have been put in place in collaboration with local health officials to ensure the safety of volunteers and guests. "Extra" events like Gingerbread Jams, food sales, etc. won't be there this year but the rest of the show will go forward strong! rotarywinterwonderland.com
 
Fun Facts:
  • In the past 14 years:
  • 650,000 food items have been donated
  • $306,000 has been given back to local area food pantries
  • It's estimated that the show includes between 1 and 1.5 million lights
 
The Marshfield Sunrise Rotary Club has been recognized as a ShelterBox HERO for Rotary Year 2019-2020. ShelterBox is a global organization made up of people who believe in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital. Sunrise Rotary has made contributions for many years to the ShelterBox cause of providing shelter and basic needs to people around the world affected by natural disasters and other causes of displacement.
Rotary joins other international agencies in providing immediate relief to disaster survivors through our partnership with ShelterBox and mobilizing our expertise to support long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts.
– Gary C.K. Huang,
   2014-15 Rotary International President
ShelterBox's has provided shelter to 1.6 million people since 2000, and provided aid to over 87,000 people so far in 2020 despite challenges with COVID-19. For more information, please visit www.shelterboxusa.org
 
Our club has earned the Rotary Citation, the most significant award a Rotary club can achieve, for 2019-20. During a year that was challenging for many Rotarians around the world, our club demonstrated a commitment to achieve its goals, which ultimately helps strengthen Rotary and shape our future. Congratulations to Jenny King, club President in 2019-20 and the entire Marshfield Sunrise Rotary team for your contributions of time and talent to the Marshfield area and Rotary. Click here to learn more about the criteria for this significant recognition.
 
Pam Resech is a Naturalist and Wildlife Eduator at the Mead (George W.) Wildlife Area. The area is a state wildlife area covering over 33,000 acres (130 km2) in central Wisconsin. It includes portions of Marathon, Portage, and Wood counties. It is managed by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR). The Area is commonly referred to as "the Mead". Five WDNR staff manage the Area. The non-profit organization Friends of the Mead/McMillan Association, Inc. assist with raising funds to support the area's activities. The Mead has over 70 miles of maintained hiking trails and a 7-mile hiking loop around the Berkahn Flowage. It is home to 291 species of birds every year. A total of 278 bird species have been recorded as of 2018 for the Mead SWA. Currently, there are 126 bird species known to breed in this area.
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Marshfield Sunrise

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UWSP at Marshfield
2000 W 5th St
Marshfield, WI 54449
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Upcoming Events
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Prog: Laurel Peterson, Invoc: Jenni Fredrick
Oct 29, 2020 7:00 AM
Marshfield Public Library Services - Adjusting During Covid
Prog: Phil Phillips, Invoc: Margy Frey
Nov 05, 2020 7:00 AM
Recycling Right
Prog: Jill Porter, Invoc: Pat Gall
Nov 12, 2020 7:00 AM
Marshfield (virtual) Multicultural Fair
Prog: Jenny Resch Innvoc: Dennis Godar
Nov 19, 2020 7:00 AM
Rose Sale Delivery - No Speaker
Happy Thanksgiving - No Meeting
Nov 26, 2020 7:00 AM
Prog: Peter Ruggles, Invoc: Ray Haselby
Dec 03, 2020 7:00 AM
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