Our Club at a Glance

As suggested by the photos above, membership in Benzie Sunrise Rotary offers opportunities for both community service and fellowship. Becoming a Rotarian also connects you with a global network of 1.2 million other members who share your drive to give back. To learn more about our Club and our focus on the youth of Benzie County check out Who We Are.

Club News
This week we received an update on Paul Oliver Memorial Hospital from COO Kristi Johnson. Kristi was introduced by James Barker, President of Munson's Southern Regional Hospitals.
 
Kristi reviewed the many medical areas in which Paul Oliver is involved. As a Level IV Designated Trauma Facility, Paul Oliver has received the Guardians of Excellence Award, most recently for 2020. 
 

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Speakers
Dr. Charles T. Kraus
Oct 27, 2020
A Trip Down Memory Lane: reflections on the process of obtaining a registered MI historical marker.
Dave Mengebier, CEO Community Foundation
Nov 10, 2020
Community Development Coalition of Northwest MI
Daniel McCole, Associate Professor MSU
Nov 17, 2020
Dept of Community Sustainability
Maggie Bacon, Coordinator BEST Benzie County
Nov 24, 2020
AND Manuel Lamarche, Benzie and Frankfort Area Schools College Adviser
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Major achievement focus of Rotary's World Polio Day event

Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update on 24 October hails this year’s historic achievement in polio eradication.

History: Rotary becomes intercontinental

Rotary HistoryRotary becomes intercontinentalOn 1 August 1912, the Rotary Club of London, Greater London, England, became the first Rotary club in Europe. Although

How Rotary is alleviating the effects of isolation during COVID-19

Throughout the pandemic, members are discovering ways to connect, cope, and care for each other and people in the communities they serve.

For true economic development, women are essential

Here’s why these organizations and their Rotary club partners are supporting local women’s entrepreneurship with financial literacy, small business loans, and one-on-one advisors.