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Arvada Sunrise

Service Above Self

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Tuesdays at 7:10 AM
Please check current newsletter for any changes in meeting places- Zoom 1st, In person 2nd/4th
5610 Ward Road #300
Arvada, CO 80002
United States of America
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WORLD POLIO DAY BREAKFAST - Dr. Marny Eulberg
Indian Tree Golf Course - October 25th 7:30am
 
Please register to join us for a World Polio Day breakfast at Indian Tree Golf Course.  The Chair of Rotary District 5450 Polio Plus Committee, Dr. Marny Eulberg, will present an update on the current status of polio eradication, discuss the different poliovirus types and share the resources available to polio survivors.  There is no charge but registration is required.
 
October 2022 – The Foundations of Arvada Rotary and Arvada Sunrise Rotary have each set aside $1,000 to match donations from the Arvada community.  Funds will be forwarded to Rotary Foundation where they will be matched two for one by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.   DONATE TO END POLIO
Arvada Sunrise Rotary celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2021.  ASR as an organization, as well as its individual members have supported the Arvada community for three decades.  Although the pandemic dramatically changed what ASR was able to do, we continued our focus on service to the community, locally and internationally.  This is consistent with this year’s Rotary theme “Serve to Change Lives
 
Rotary is about service!  Arvada Sunrise Rotarians are always anxious to meet and welcome others who share this attitude of service to others.  Please feel free to join us at Thrive Workplace, 5610 Ward Road #300 in Arvada on the second or fourth Tuesday at 7:10 am. 
 
Feel free to reach out to me if you have questions or just wish to chat about Rotary. 
Mike Litzau
How Many Pairs of Shoes Do You Own?
ASR learned that thousands of vulnerable people in Uganda suffer from a crippling parasite called jiggers.  They suffer because they don't own even one pair of shoes.  ASR started collecting over 75 pairs of jeans.   In collaboration with the non-profit Sole Hope, we planned to host a 'Shoe Party' but due to Co-vid, we all got busy tracing and cutting patterns in our own homes.  What an amazing way to benefit the world while being quarantined. Thanks to our District 5450 matching Grant, ASR provided 190 pairs of shoes.  As the winter rolls around, we still find eager Rotarians ready to keep cutting denim.   ~ over 300 pairs of shoes to date. 
 
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Rotary projects around the globe – December 2022

Learn how Rotary clubs are taking action in the United States, Mexico, Germany, Italy, and India.

A community cure

Backed by Rotary’s Programs of Scale award, Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia confronts a worldwide malady at the local level

Turning wine bottles back into sand

A club in Washington’s wine country uses a novel approach to keep glass out of the landfill.

Leveraging expertise with Ashoka

Leveraging expertise with AshokaRotary’s partnership with Ashoka brings together the vision of Ashoka’s social entrepreneurs with the local expertise of Rotary members to inspire innovation that can solve problems, create leaders, and

Engagement through experiences

During the COVID-19 pandemic's initial U.S. wave in 2020, Detroit, Michigan, was one of many cities where first responders and medical personnel needed more personal protective equipment. A Rotary club in India learned about the situation and contacted its longtime partner, the Rotary Club of