Burlington Sunrise Rotary Club

Burlington Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 07:15 AM
DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington
870 Williston Road
Tuckaways Pub
South Burlington, VT  05403
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Imagination Library
Providing Free Books
for Burlington's Kids
Kenya Safe Water Project
Making Clean Drinking
Water in Kenya
Hope Lodge
Serving Meals to
Cancer Patients &
Care Givers
Dragon Boat Festival
Celebrating Cancer Survivors,
Funding Research &
Raising Funds for
Rotary Charities
Light the Night
Raising funds for the
Leukemia & Lymphoma
Trotting of the Turkeys
Raising funds for the
Chittenden Emergency
Food Shelf
Gear Swap
Our apologies,
but we've decided
to not conduct the
Gear Swap in 2018.
 New 2017-2018 District 7850 Governor Eric Denu visited our chapter this Friday.  Eric shared his family's history with Rotary, discussed the importance of teamwork, announced the upcoming Rotary 5-District Summit and presented us with a nice gift.  
It was a beautiful morning out on the lake front today as Burlington Sunrise Rotary helped support the 2017 Dragon Boat Festival for the 12th year in row. The club was split into two teams: one that worked the docks, helping teams in and out of boats.  Thanks to Steve Gentile for leading the dock effort, in some cases for all three days of the festival.  The second squad worked the food table on Sunday, selling bagels, donuts, hot coffee and fruit for Rotary charities.  Thank you Eric Lafayette for leading the food table.
Good times were had by all at the joyful Changeover Party at Chris & Paul Frenette's house.  A peaceful and productive Presidential changeover occurred as Julie passed the presidential baton on to Todd.
Jake Elliott from SunCommon spoke with us Friday about the advantages of going solar.  In addition to reducing our carbon footprint, Solar energy can be a positive investment, saving you money on you monthly electric bills while also adding significant value to your home. Their local financing allows Vermonters to go solar with no up front cost making it easy and affordable for everyone.
"65,000 Americans died from Opiate use this past year" stated Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo.
Our club was honored to host Chief del Pozo on Friday, June 16th. The Chief took time out of a very busy day to discuss the current Opiate Crisis here in Vermont and across the country. He added that we as a country must go back to Word War II to find that type of annual American death toll from one source.
Terry Pomerleau, Erin Alamed
May 25, 2018
Chittenden County Humane Society
Business Meeting
Jun 01, 2018
Jane Kittredge
Jun 08, 2018
Vermont Symphony Orchestra
Barb Dozetos
Jun 15, 2018
Above the Fold Marketing
Erica Marks & Chris Moldovan
Jun 22, 2018
Age Well
Julia Scott | JScott Marketing & PR
Jun 29, 2018
How you can discover your own Page One story
Business Meeting
Jul 06, 2018
Felix Wai
Jul 13, 2018
Wildfire App
Ayeshah Raftery
Jul 20, 2018
Speaker Needed
Jul 27, 2018
District Govenor Larry Vars
Aug 03, 2018
Update on Rotary and District 7850
Speaker Needed
Aug 10, 2018
Katrina Dreamer
Aug 17, 2018
Speaker Needed
Aug 24, 2018
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Layman, Ryan
February Greeter
Bowe, Laura
March Greeter
Davis, Alison
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Rhoads, Gordon
April Greeter
Hanson, Eric
April Greeter
Brett, Alex
May Greeter
Walsh, Brendan
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Crites, Ken
June Greeter
McInnis, Kate
June Greeter
Gaboriault, Julie
July Greeter
Babb, Guy
August Greeter
Puzey, Ken
August Greeter
Frenette, Christine
September Greeter
Duback, Andy
September Greeter
Robbins, Jesse
October Greeter
Stoilov, Todd
October Greeter
Wood, Diana
November Greeter
Bosen, Phillip
November Greeter
Layman, Ryan
December Greeter
Gentile, Steven
December Greeter
Rivolta, Nikki
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Obuchowski, Joseph