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Club Information
 Welcome to the Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary Club!
Sierra Vista Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 6:30 AM
My Place
1081 E Fry Blvd
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
United States of America
As of April 28, we are going hybrid! Meetings will be held at My Place and via Zoom. Contact Club Administrator, Sharon Gilman, for link.
Our Mailing Address:
Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary P.O. Box 1021 Sierra Vista, AZ 85636-1021 
Home Page Stories
October 2, 2021 - Members of the Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary Club supported the NAMI Sky Island Challenge bike ride with a refueling pit stop for riders. Our luau themed station had snacks, bananas, water and electrolyte beverage choices. Best of all, riders were able to add a lai-flare to carry them through to the finish! Many thanks to members Sierra DeBusk and Jenn Wantz for organizing the snacks and decorations, Bill Hanson for providing the pop-ups and tables, and to all the Interact and Rotaract students who added their cheers to the crowd.
 
  
 
It was a very special evening at Scott Weiss' home on June 6, 2021. Our Club celebrated the leadership of President Joe Farmer and welcomed the 2021-2022 President, Scott Weiss. We all know the past year was not typical, and Joe led us through with humor, compassion, and honesty. Joe also recognized Bill Hagerl with the Rotary Service Award, and thanked all the Board members for their support over the year. Special thanks to Bill and Kriss Hagerl for providing the delicious Mediterranean meal! 
Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary upgraded the kitchen at Lori's Place on May 1. With funds from a district grant, our club provided Lori's Place with a bookshelf, two pantry cabinets, a rug, and a mural. Additionally, a loveseat and chair and cabinets will round out the comforting and welcoming decor. Our members also took the opportunity to freshen up the outside landscaping. 
 
Lori's Place, also known as Cochise Family Advocacy Center, is a client focused facility. Professionals in disciplines including law enforcement, child safety, medical, mental health, and victim advocacy work together for the benefit of victims of child abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking cases.  Case coordination includes crisis response, investigation, prosecution, treatment, and support.
 
Thank you Rosalie and Scott for organizing this project!