SUDBURY SUNRISERS

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.

Apr. 29, 2024
Young Soccer Players Hit the Pitch
The two Rotary Clubs in Sudbury will team up with Sudburnia Soccer Club to host the first annual U7-U10 soccer tournament to be held in Rotary Park on Saturday, June 8th to Sunday, June 9th from 9am to 6pm daily. This is a great opportunity to promote Rotary and Rotary Park to players, parents, and fans. If you would like to volunteer at this event, please contact Sunriser David Munch. 
 
Rotary Park Marathon
Both Rotary Clubs in Sudbury are joining forces this August to host the 1st annual community/corporate marathon at Rotary Park. Teams can split up the route however they see fit, which will start at the gates to Rotary Park and finish at the Mountain St. exit. If you are interested in joining the organizing committee or volunteering at the event, please contact Rotary Park committee Chair, Brian Smith. 
Greetings from your new District Governor to you friendly Rotarians. Welcome to a new Rotary fiscal year. Welcome new Presidents and your boards. We have a new Rotary International President, Jennifer Jones, our first woman in this role from Windsor, Ontario!  Happy Canada Day.
 
 
 
At last week’s meeting our guest speaker was local funeral director and renowned philanthropist, Geoffrey Lougheed. While Geoff has received many community, provincial and national accolades, it was clear during his presentation on the Sudbury Food Bank, that what was most important to him, was his ability to do good in the world today. He provided some background on how the food bank started 40 years ago which focused on how individuals would eat that day. Today the Food Bank serves 17 thousand people every month, the majority of which are children. Geoff emphasized the importance of meeting people where they are at and treating everyone with respect and care. A full 100% of funds raised go directly to purchasing and distributing over 500 tons of food every year for our community.

We meet Thursdays at 7:15am at the Northbury Hotel, 50 Brady Street, Sudbury. Guests and new members are most welcome!

Upcoming Speakers
George Anyaehie
Jul 18, 2024
Canadian Blood Services
Tia Nootchtai
Jul 25, 2024
Turtle Concepts
The BEST way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
 
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