Benzie Sunrise 

                                    Rotary Club

 
                                                                                       
                                                                                                                         Crystal Lake Sunrise Courtesy Steve Loveless 

 
Who We Are

Benzie Sunrise Rotary is a volunteer service club whose members donate their time and resources to help others in the community and beyond, with a special emphasis on making a difference in the lives of Benzie County youth. Our motto is “Service Above Self,” and we strive to live by the Four-Way Test. We meet each Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast at the Cold Creek Inn at 185 Benzie Blvd in Beulah, Michigan. Guests are always welcome; come and check us out!
 
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To learn more about our Club contact our President Andy Ashworth (231-645-0922) or our PR Chair/Site Administrator John Ester (231-325-2445).
 

Club News

 
Executive Director John Stephenson describes the role of NMCAA in the 10-county area it serves.
 
 
 
Using several props--including a three-legged stool--DG Al Bonney urged us to attract new members and build our Club.
 
 
 
North Sky's Todd Sanders is helping develop a plan for the Northwest Michigan Food Coalition.
 
 
 
Ed Butt tells us what is happening with the Betsie Valley Trail.
 

 
 
 
 
Dick Lutz introduces Taunt Ju Lin from Taipei, Taiwan--the newest exchange student sponsored jointly by the Frankfort and Benzie Sunrise Rotary Clubs.
 

 
 
Bob Nendza told us about the Coast Guard Station where he is the Senior Chief Boatswain's Mate and Officer in Charge.
 
 
 
We met under the tent at the Crystal Lake Golf Club not only to hear from Brandon Seng about Goodwill's new "Fresh Start" mobile food service, but also to sample its locally-sourced food.
 
 
 
 

Speakers

Oct 07, 2014
Shaun
Parole officer
Oct 14, 2014
Lauren Church
Life Leadership Conference
Oct 21, 2014
Nov 11, 2014
Riley Burch
Riley experience in Croatia
Nov 18, 2014
Dec 09, 2014
No meeting
No meeting
Dec 16, 2014
Kris Thomas
Food security study
 

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Benzie Sunrise Rotary Club
P.O. Box 341
Beulah, MI 49617
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