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Candlelight Vigil for Uvalde City on May 31, 2022

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Our heartfelt APPRECIATION & THANKS to our community and organizations who were present to stand by Uvalde in spirit at the Vigil for Uvalde.

Thank you to our brothers and sisters in service Rotary Club of Uvalde , Rotary Satellite Club of Brownsville Sunrise at Rancho Viejo , Rotary Club of North Brownsville, Los Fresnos Rotary Club @ Rotary Club of San Benito for your dedication & support.

Special THANK YOU to The Rotary Club of Historic Brownsville for providing and presenting the candles for the ceremony, Valley Baptist Medical Center; Chaplain Paul Luna, and City Commissioner Roy De Los Santos. Girl Scout Troop 27; Laura Guillen, Brownsville PD; Ltd. John Jones and Sign Gypsies. It truly takes a village and our event was full of profound heart and soul because of you.

God bless you all, God Bless Uvalde & God Bless America

#UvaldeStrong #cityofbrownsville #StrongerTogether

Memorial Day to Unveil our Club's beautiful Veterans Mosaic Bench on May 31, 2022

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On this Memorial Day, we were honored to unveil our club’s beautiful Veterans Mosaic Bench during the Memorial Day Ceremony held at Veterans Park. Club members also participated in the Silent March, placed dozens of flags in Veterans park, and placed flags in some of our residential neighborhoods. Today we remember those that made the ultimate sacrifice. #GodBlessOurMilitary #ServeToChangeLives

Blessing bags to BISD Youth Connection Project, May 12, 2022

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Rotary Club of Brownsville Sunrise members prepared 500 blessing bags with the collaboration of Knights of Columbus and St. Joseph Church.  These blessing bags were donated to the Brownsville School district Homeless Program Coordinated by Diane Clough. 

These are the results of what a matching grant from our District totaling $1000 can accomplish! Awesome job Rotarians! And a special thank you to Membership Chair Debbie Rodriguez and Foundation Chair Carlos A Gomez for coordinating this project!

TSC Scholarship Presentation January 2022

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Thank you to the Sunrise Rotary Club of Brownsville for their donation that will benefit TSC student scholarships! The check was presented by the Sunrise Rotary Club during Thursday's regular meeting of the TSC Board of Trustees.

United Way December 2021

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Today, club member Sandra Lopez-Langley with the assistance of club member Maria A Escobedo delivered 50 snack bags to the United Way of Southern Cameron County. With the help of the Rotary Satellite Club of Rancho Viejo, they were able to prepare the bags full of food and goodies that were donated by the Rotary Club of Brownsville Sunrise. These bags will be distributed to Brownsville Independent School District's students that may be in need of food over this holiday season.

World Project Fair
  • This adventure begun in March 2019, as a need from our Rotary Club of Brownsville Sunrise to partner with other clubs in their international projects. This idea started as a Bi-District Project Fair with the help of our District 5930 of South Texas and District 4130 from Northern Mexico. As this Project Fair started to become a reality, more Districts were added to the list of participants. At this point we change the name to Multi-District Project Fair.

  • Enrique Medellin Project Fair Director, RC of Brownsville Sunrise D5930

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For more information visit www.worldprojectfair.org

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ROTARY POLIO MOTO (Oct. 24, 2021)
The Rotary Club of Brownsville Sunrise and Rotary Club of Historic Brownsville collaborated with each other to eradicate and end Polio. Both clubs contributed $3,000 dollars. We also want to Thank Joseph Michael Dickerson of the Laredo Rotary Club and the motorcycles for riding around the valley to support the awareness to END POLIO. By supporting the Motorcycles Ride, your donation will be double matched by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Rotary District 5930 Network

ROTARY POLIO MOTO (Oct. 25, 2020)

Motorcycle Ride around Brownsville, Texas to raise funds and awareness to support Rotary International’s END POLIO NOW campaign.

 

 By supporting the RCBS Motorcycle ride, your donation will go to Rotary Foundation and it will be double matched by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, turning each dollar donated into three!

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GLOBAL PROJECTS

Rotary began fighting polio in 1985 and kept the pressure on as worldwide cases plummeted from 350,000 per year to several hundred. When India went off the list of endemic countries in 2012, we took one more step toward eradicating a human disease from the earth for only the second time in history. Now, Rotary and its partners are This Close to making that dream a reality. Sunrise Club donates to Rotary International each year to fight the cause.

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Good Neighbor Settlement House Project

 In conjunction with all Brownsville Rotary Clubs, a grant was approved to provide necessary equipment, supplies, and other related items for a functioning free health clinic at The Good Neighbor Settlement House. The non-profit facility will provide care, prescription assistance, and more to its homeless clientele. In addition, club members prepare and serve food multiple times a year during a day of service for GNSH.

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Rotaract & Interact

Sunrise Rotary invest in young leaders. Club members serve as sponsors that guide, mentor, support, and work alongside young students as they build leadership skills and serve their community. Sponsored clubs include Rotaract Club at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Brownsville Sunrise New Generation Interact Club at Early College High School and James Pace High School. In addition, our club also sponsors Interacts to attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Awakening. The scholarship is awarded for men and women of high school age who are finishing their junior year. The program prepares students for leadership roles in their senior year and beyond. 

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ALTA VISTA HOME PROJECT
December 10, 2021
It was a joy and a pleasure to see the smiling faces of Alta Vista Nursing Home residents when we brought love to them. Thank you, Stan Petraitis and Carmela Vera Petraitis for coordinating this event for many years. Thank you for letting us experience this wonderful moment during this time of giving and sharing love with the community. Please visit our website https://www.brownsvillesunriserotarytx.org/ for more information under Service Projects

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ALTA VISTA HOME PROJECT

Spreading good cheer by presenting residents of the Alta Vista Nursing Home with Christmas gifts, a Christmas Carol presentation, and food.